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June in Security: Hacking Tools, Hygiene, and Spring Security

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June in Security: Hacking Tools, Hygiene, and Spring Security

Here's the best of security from June as decided by you, the awesome DZone readership, and a few other cybersecurity items of interest.

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We take a look back at the biggest news, the best articles, the coolest jobs, and some great DZone publications on any and all topics concerning cybersecurity.     


The DZone Security Vault

Top 10 Free Hacking Tools for Penetration Testers  - An informative look at the best automated security tools on the market for penetration testers. 

Practice Good Hygiene - A security expert explains how most security breaches are due to out of date software and the importance of keeping up with patches. 

Simple Attribute-Based Access Control With Spring Security - A great tutorial on how to use Spring Security to implement controls on both users and the entities they work on (i.e. a project manager can make changes to his project only). 

How Passwordless Authentication Works - A look at the algorithms and processes behind passwords authentication that allow you to better secure your web applications. 

OWASP Top 10 for 2017: The Hits and Misses - A security expert explains what he thinks OWASP got right, and where they missed the mark, in their latest Top 10 report. 


The Best of the Rest 

Peyta Ransomware Attack - What' s Known by MalwareTech, June 27, 2017. 

Your Linux Machine Can Be Hacked Remotely With Just a Malicious DNS Response by Swati Khandelwal, June 28, 2017.

Microsoft Developing AI-Driven Antimalware for Windows 10 by Kimberly Crawley, June 28, 2017.


Find Your Next Great Security Gig

Software Engineer - C&E Security
Microsoft
Location: Redmond, WA, United States
Experience: 5+ years in the software development industry, along with experience in object-oriented languages (C#, C++, or Java), web technology (JavaScript or Typescript), and debugging. 

Senior Software Engineer
Carbon Black, Inc.
Location: Cambridge, MA, United States
Experience: 5-7 experience in developing server-side applications, RESTful APIs, working with messaging systems such as JMS, AMQP, SQS, and the ability to implement scalability and reliability into architecture. 


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security ,java ee security ,malware ,spring security ,penetration testing

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