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A Case for Integrity: JavaScript Apps Should Have it Too

13th July 2016 in London at CodeNode

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JavaScript Web Applications are shipping increasing amounts of logic to the browser. This logic interacts with critical data such as user credentials, personally identifiable information, credit card numbers, etc. JavaScript is a highly dynamic language and it's very easy to interfere with the client-side application logic and with its execution environment. In this talk Pedro will share with you what is the current state of the art regarding Client-side Web Application integrity and show some attack scenarios.

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A Case for Integrity: JavaScript Apps Should Have it Too

Pedro Fortuna

Co-founder and owner of Jscrambler where he co-leads business development. Holds a degree in Computing Engineering and a MSc in Computer Networks and Services. Has extensive knowledge and professional experience in R&D projects and software development, both in academia and industry. Integrated several R&D groups linked to the University of Porto and to the Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal. Formerly, he was an Invited Assistant Professor at the Computer Engineering Department - School of Engineering of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (ISEP-IPP).

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JavaScript Web Applications are shipping increasing amounts of logic to the browser. This logic interacts with critical data such as user credentials, personally identifiable information, credit card numbers, etc. JavaScript is a highly dynamic language and it's very easy to interfere with the client-side application logic and with its execution environment. In this talk Pedro will share with you what is the current state of the art regarding Client-side Web Application integrity and show some attack scenarios.

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A Case for Integrity: JavaScript Apps Should Have it Too

Pedro Fortuna

Co-founder and owner of Jscrambler where he co-leads business development. Holds a degree in Computing Engineering and a MSc in Computer Networks and Services. Has extensive knowledge and professional experience in R&D projects and software development, both in academia and industry. Integrated several R&D groups linked to the University of Porto and to the Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal. Formerly, he was an Invited Assistant Professor at the Computer Engineering Department - School of Engineering of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (ISEP-IPP).

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