Can Your Application Be Hacked With a Backspace Key?

Stepan Cais

28 Clicks To Disaster:

Researchers recently found source code security flaws that allow an attacker to overcome the password security of Grub2 and take control of the computer – just by pressing the backspace key 28 times.  This easily preventable defect has existed since 2009. How could this have been detected earlier? Why did this vulnerability that could have been easily prevented or fixed much earlier evade detection?

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Topics: secure application development, Security, Coding Standards, software reuse

Building Better Software

Improving Reliability Safety and Security

We live in an interconnected world — people are interacting with machines and devices that are in turn communicating with each other-  our lives and livelihoods now depend on software.

Software innovation is driving the creation of new products and markets, increasing the pressure on development organizations to deliver more features under tight schedules and budget – and unreliable, unsafe and insecure software is not an option. 

This blog is intended to share insights and approaches to help organizations manage the increasing complexity of embedded software development and to launch secure, high-quality, feature-rich products, ahead of the competition

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