The Uber API Authorization Vulnerability

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What Happened In September 2019, a critical bug was discovered on Uber API, which allows merchants, service providers and others to offer ride-sharing services to customers. Uber had exposed a vulnerable application programming interface (API) endpoint that allowed attackers to steal valuable data, including personally identifiable information (PII) records and authentication tokens of riders and drivers. The leaked […]
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The Move Away from Monolithic Application Development

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Spread the loveShifting from monolithic application development Businesses need agility to deliver better services, meet changing requirements, and seize new opportunities as they arise. At the heart of many efforts are applications based on modern development strategies and techniques. Specifically, many businesses are moving away from monolithic applications of the past […]