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PCI DSS Requirement 6

What Does PCI Compliant Software Development Mean for Developers

PCI compliant secure software applications must be developed in accordance with industry best practices to meet PCI DSS software requirements.

PCI Compliance and Virtual Patching

Virtual patching is the process that mitigates a particular vulnerability in software without changing the vulnerable code.

How to Perform Code Reviews for PCI Requirements

PCI DSS requirement 6.3.2 adds another level of information security to the application by requiring you to review custom code before release or production.

Best Practices and Recommendations for API Security

API security is the preservation of the integrity of the APIs you own and use. APIs, like systems and applications, is one of the most popular ways microservices and containers communicate.

PCI Web Application Security Requirements

PCI DSS guides how web applications and related systems that process, store or transmit cardholder data should be secured in compliance, specifically web application security.

What is the Separation of Duties Principle and How Is It Implemented?

Separation of duties refers to applications in which the information or privileges required to complete a process are divided among multiple users so that no single person can perform or control it.

What is XPATH Injection and How to Prevent It?

By deliberately sending malformed information to the application, the attacker can determine how XML data is structured or access data that would otherwise not be accessible.

What is LDAP Injection and How to Prevent It?

LDAP Injection is an attack that is used to manipulate web-based apps that create user-input based LDAP expressions. When an application cannot correctly clear user login, it is possible to change LDAP statements using a Local Proxy.

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