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reddit.com/r/networking | 2021-04-01
The other thing you want to do is learn what the possible attacks are, and how to mitigate them. Owasp has some great resources for starters: https://owasp.org/www-project-top-ten/ https://cheatsheetseries.owasp.org/
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reddit.com/r/PHP | 2021-03-26
OWASP is really helpful. There's the ASVS spreadsheet, the cheatsheets (https://cheatsheetseries.owasp.org/), and the threat modelling tool.
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reddit.com/r/AskUK | 2021-03-25
It's not for everyone, I think you need the right sort of mentality for it. I manage the cybersec for a division in a large company with about 50 development teams, each with a developer who has the role of "Security Advisor". A small minority enjoy the work and actively pursue it as an interest (e.g. study for CEH), others drop out as they realise they have no interest. I'd recommend having a look at the OWASP site, maybe look at the cheatsheets to give you an idea of what it involves: https://cheatsheetseries.owasp.org
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Bonus2: I did small search to check whether this opened before. And just found this post: What are your Dockerfile best practices? And which ones are harder to implement? by /u/capitangoloOWASP® Foundation creates some cool cheatsheet series.
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I made a web application security checklist, could I have some feedback from web devs?
reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-02-13
https://cheatsheetseries.owasp.org/ is also a good resource
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