Episode 969 – How Poor Coding In Mobile Apps Continues To Cause AWS Breaches

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Misconfigurations and sloppy coding continue to be the cause of cloud breaches. This episode talks about a report that found 40 popular apps with over 100 million installs were leaking sensitive keys in their code.

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