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Thursday, 11 October, 2018 UTC

Insights from IT Innovators at IP EXPO Europe 2018

Insights from IT Innovators at IP EXPO Europe 2018

The world's latest IT innovations came to stage at ExCeL London during IP EXPO Europe 2018. The event gathered innovators from disrupting sectors, including Cyber Security , AI Analytics , IoT , and Blockchain . For two days, everything was about disruption. ... more


Thursday, 11 October, 2018 UTC

How to Create Angular Toastr Notifications

How to Create Angular Toastr Notifications

Note: This tutorial uses Angular CLI 6.2.4, @angular/animations 6.1.9, and ngx-toastr 9.1.0. Showing notifications and alerts is a common use case that we encounter while developing any web application. In this tutorial, we’ll do an overview of how you ... more


Tuesday, 2 October, 2018 UTC

Join Our Webinar "Client-Side Defenses Against eCommerce Data Breaches"

Join Our Webinar "Client-Side Defenses Against eCommerce Data Breaches"

2018 has been the year of eCommerce data breaches . Since June, we’ve been seeing weekly headlines on companies suffering client-side attacks. Millions of users have been affected by data breaches and credit card theft and attacks are becoming bigger ... more


Friday, 28 September, 2018 UTC

Magecart 2.0: Architecture of a What-If

Magecart 2.0: Architecture of a What-If

This case study was developed by Jscrambler's Research team. During the past few weeks, we’ve been seeing an alarming number of attacks targeting several eCommerce and ticketing companies, stealing their clients’ credit card data. Behind these attacks, ... more


Wednesday, 26 September, 2018 UTC

Protecting Hybrid Mobile Apps with Ionic and Jscrambler

Protecting Hybrid Mobile Apps with Ionic and Jscrambler

Last Updated on: September 25th, 2018 General Note: At the time of this article's latest update, Ionic was at version 4.0.6 and Cordova at version 8.0.0. Introduction Ionic is an open source framework designed to build native-like mobile web applications ... more


Friday, 21 September, 2018 UTC

Communicating Between Vue 2 Components and Google Maps

Communicating Between Vue 2 Components and Google Maps

Vue.js is a progressive JavaScript framework that inherits from the JavaScript framework legacy of the likes of Angular.js 1.x, Backbone.js and jQuery. React grew out of this ecosystem and they have similar aspects like the component architecture. Vue.js ... more


Tuesday, 18 September, 2018 UTC

App Security Disasters in eCommerce

App Security Disasters in eCommerce

JavaScript's days as an infant front-end development language are long gone. During the last few years, it has exploded in popularity. An overwhelming 95% of websites are running JavaScript on their front-end. JavaScript enables complex processes to ... more


Friday, 7 September, 2018 UTC

Top 10 Podcasts for Cyber Security Professionals

Top 10 Podcasts for Cyber Security Professionals

With the rise in the connectivity of everything over the Internet, cyber threat is a rising trend and continuously poses new challenges. In the year 2017, we have seen a number of cyber-attacks happening to big names in the industry. Due to this, many ... more


Monday, 3 September, 2018 UTC

Nuxt.js — the First Encounter

Nuxt.js — the First Encounter

What is Nuxt.js? Let's start with what Nuxt.js isn't. It is not another big front-end framework built to compete with the big three. It's built upon Vue.js and its goal is to enhance it. And that’s the important thing – it’s made for this particular ... more


Wednesday, 29 August, 2018 UTC

Go Blog with Hugo, the Static Site Generator

Go Blog with Hugo, the Static Site Generator

If you have an Internet connection, you may have heard of WordPress. WordPress as a blogging medium — and eventually as a full-featured web content platform — has evolved into the number one website building platform . Being the biggest comes with some ... more


Friday, 24 August, 2018 UTC

Build a Task List with Authentication Using SQL, Node.js and Adonis (Part 2)

Build a Task List with Authentication Using SQL, Node.js and Adonis (Part 2)

This is the second part of a two-part series on building a task application, complete with authentication, where guests can view all the tasks and click in to view an individual task. In the first part, we went through the initial setup, as well as creating ... more


Tuesday, 21 August, 2018 UTC

12 AppSec Experts You Should Follow on Twitter

12 AppSec Experts You Should Follow on Twitter

Keeping up with trends and breakthroughs in such an ever-changing field as Application Security (AppSec) is not simple. Whether you’re an enthusiast, a beginner or working in the field, there’s always something new to be learned. Twitter is one of our ... more


Friday, 17 August, 2018 UTC

Build a Task List with Authentication Using SQL, Node.js and Adonis (Part 1)

Build a Task List with Authentication Using SQL, Node.js and Adonis (Part 1)

Introduction Adonis.js is an MVC framework for Node.js. It is actively built and maintained. The 4.0 release is fast approaching, but in this tutorial we will use the latest stable version (3.0). In this tutorial, we’re going to build a task application ... more


Tuesday, 14 August, 2018 UTC

Recapping a Hot Week in Vegas

Recapping a Hot Week in Vegas

Our sunny week in Las Vegas has come to an end. Looking back, it's fascinating how so much happened in less than a week. Thousands of faces, hundreds of conversations and many new insights on AppSec. Between jet lag, some scorching 110º F , and a great ... more


Wednesday, 8 August, 2018 UTC

Joining Forces with Intertrust for 360º Application Security

Joining Forces with Intertrust for 360º Application Security

The last few years have seen an unprecedented move of services towards the client-side . With this, users can access services much faster, and this is why we can so easily enjoy services such as Netflix directly from a browser or an app. Having code ... more


Monday, 6 August, 2018 UTC

Test Your Mettle with These JavaScript Coding Challenges

Test Your Mettle with These JavaScript Coding Challenges

“Standing still” is an expression most developers really don’t know. Knowledge is power, and being on top of your JavaScript game does not imply that you have to learn using traditional methods. Coding competitions are increasingly popular, and you can ... more


Friday, 3 August, 2018 UTC

DEFCON 26 Talk - Protecting Crypto Exchanges

DEFCON 26 Talk - Protecting Crypto Exchanges

Las Vegas is eagerly awaiting the world’s leading security companies and professionals for Black Hat USA 2018 (and, as you probably know, we’ll be there!). But that’s not nearly the end of it. As has become a tradition, Black Hat USA is immediately followed ... more


Monday, 30 July, 2018 UTC

Black Hat USA 2018: Know Before You Go

Black Hat USA 2018: Know Before You Go

Every year, Las Vegas hosts one of the most notable information security conferences in the world: Black Hat USA . Black Hat stands out from the crowd for the many disclosures brought by its speakers - and this year’s edition is shaping to be one of ... more


Friday, 27 July, 2018 UTC

Mixed Signals with Socket.IO and WebRTC

Mixed Signals with Socket.IO and WebRTC

History of WebRTC If you’ve played any web game or have used chat online, you’ve most likely used an application utilizing WebRTC. WebRTC is a Real-Time Communications protocol with origins going as far back as 2011. Google, Mozilla, Opera and even Ericsson ... more


Thursday, 19 July, 2018 UTC

Jscrambler Recognized in Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Application Shielding

Jscrambler Recognized in Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Application Shielding

A couple of months ago we announced our Series A investment round and today, we’re excited to share some great news indeed. Jscrambler has been recognized for the second year in a row for its application shielding technology, in the June 2018 Market ... more


Friday, 6 July, 2018 UTC

Join our Webinar "The importance of truly secure Captchas" - Jscrambler & FunCaptcha

Join our Webinar "The importance of truly secure Captchas" - Jscrambler & FunCaptcha

Today more and more security verifications need to be on the client-side and there's a need to raise the bar in terms of code protection in order to prevent tampering and abuse. This is what FunCaptcha has long acknowledged and that's why they've been ... more


Wednesday, 27 June, 2018 UTC

A Moment.js In Time

A Moment.js In Time

Moment.js is a free and open source JavaScript library that removes the need to use the native JavaScript Date object directly. The library is a wrapper for the Date object (in the same way that jQuery is a wrapper for JavaScript) extending functionality ... more


Tuesday, 19 June, 2018 UTC

Facts You Should Know About React

Facts You Should Know About React

Introduction React is the tool of choice for many web developers who build front-end web interfaces. Dubbed as the premium way to build rich experiences on the browser, many front-end developers have come to embrace it. In spite of its popularity, React ... more


Thursday, 24 May, 2018 UTC

Ninja Challenge 2018 - Winners Announced!

Ninja Challenge 2018 - Winners Announced!

Hello fellow Ninjas, That’s a wrap! Thank you to everyone who was part of the 2nd edition of the Ninja Challenge. We had a great response with entries and the judges had a tricky task ahead of them deciding the winners. Kudos to Tiago Nunes aka tnunes ... more


Thursday, 10 May, 2018 UTC

10 JavaScript Engines To Develop Your Own Mobile And Web Games

10 JavaScript Engines To Develop Your Own Mobile And Web Games

JavaScript has already proved its capacity when it comes to developing top-quality games. And as you might expect from a language that counts with so many frameworks and libraries, there are tons of game engine options that can fit your programming skills ... more


Thursday, 5 April, 2018 UTC

Lights, Cameras, Action: NAB Show Is Coming!

Lights, Cameras, Action: NAB Show Is Coming!

We've great news! Jscrambler will be at NAB Show this year to showcase its anti-piracy solution, which prevents cheating, piracy and reverse-engineering on your JavaScript & HTML5 Web Player. NAB Show We are talking about the ultimate event for the ... more


Tuesday, 3 April, 2018 UTC

Ninja Challenge 2018 Is Coming!

Ninja Challenge 2018 Is Coming!

Jscrambler is proud to announce that Ninja Challenge 2018 is coming! Save the date: in May 2018, the finest Ninjas from across the realm will compete to crown the best JavaScript Hacker. Are you up to the challenge? Pre-register now for a chance to be ... more


Tuesday, 20 March, 2018 UTC

Join Our Webinar “Securing your OTT Clients to Protect Premium Video Content - Jscrambler & Friend MTS”

Join Our Webinar “Securing your OTT Clients to Protect Premium Video Content - Jscrambler & Friend MTS”

Online media content distribution is becoming ubiquitous with the modern age, and each day, more and more content providers are sharing their content on the internet. This makes them vulnerable to attacks, theft and piracy. But do they have to be? Don't ... more


Friday, 9 March, 2018 UTC

14 Events JavaScript Developers Should Attend In 2018

14 Events JavaScript Developers Should Attend In 2018

Attending JavaScript Conferences is a must for any professional within the web development industry. That’s because, besides all the learning, these events are a great opportunity to create a high-level networking with companies like Google, Facebook, ... more


Monday, 5 March, 2018 UTC

Jscrambler raises US$2.3 million dollars in Series A round

Jscrambler raises US$2.3 million dollars in Series A round

Jscrambler raises more than US$2.3 million in a Series A round led by Sonae IM with the co-investment of Portugal Ventures Jscrambler is leader in JavaScript application security and its list of customers includes some of the Silicon Valley giants in ... more