You’ve Violated APE Law!

Developers who wish to defend their code should be aware of Advanced Persistent Exploitability. It is a situation where breaking code remains possible due to broken code. Code has errors. Writing has errors. Consider the pervasiveness of spellcheckers and how often the red squiggle complains about a misspelling in as common an activity as composing email. Mistakes happen; they’re a natural […]

Advanced Persistent Ignorance

The biggest threat to modern web applications is developers who exhibit Advanced Persistent Ignorance. Developers rely on all sorts of APIs to build complex software. This one makes code insecure by default. API is the willful disregard of simple, established security designs. First, we must step back into history to establish a departure point for […]