back to article Crap app tapped to trap mishaps: Demo insecure software built to school devs on secure coding

To help those deploying serverless applications do so without stumbling into vulnerabilities, security biz Protego Labs has released crappy code in the hope there's something to be learned from studying the bugs. The company has developed a slipshod app called the Damn Vulnerable Serverless Application (DVSA) and donated it to …

  1. W.S.Gosset Bronze badge

    DVW

    Microsoft assists the world by maintaining a constant development path for DVW.

    I've run DVW 3.1 thru to DVW 10, and I've got to say, if you can't run MacOS 8.6 then DVW XP is the most human-productive OS still extant. AND it helps developers understand insecure code! Yay XP, yay Microsoft.

  2. DCFusor Silver badge

    Why not just copy stuff from the web?

    Oh, I get it - this way we know upfront what the obvious vulns are and can write a "don't do that" about it, while pretending we covered the ground and there are no such things as 0 days. And get a few clicks. Win-win-um....

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