219 RR Brakeman and Rails Security with Justin Collins
02:40 - Justin Collins Introduction
04:02 - Common Security Vulnerabilities (and Definitions)
08:57 - The Inspiration for Brakeman
09:47 - Getting Brakeman Working (Process)
10:41 - Learning About Security
13:01 - Security and The Rails Core Team
15:19 - Should Brakeman be integrated into Rails?
16:29 - Running Brakeman On Your CI Machine
17:43 - Are there specific types of vulnerabilities that are hard to find with static analysis?
19:18 - Rails Engines
20:56 - When building an app, is security something you should focus on from the get-go?
- Where should you get started?
25:32 - Code Schools Teaching Security
26:17 - Translating Lessons Learned Into Brakeman
27:24 - Handling Security and Data Breaches
32:28 - Crowdsourcing Security (Security in Open Source)
34:54 - The Technical Side of Brakeman and Static Analysis Tools
- Identifying a Dangerous Value
37:34 - Data Tracing, Limited Data Flow Analysis
40:52 - Future Brakeman Features
43:29 - Supporting and Contributing to Brakeman
48:23 - PhDsPicks
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