Seattle Java User Group: Detect complex code patterns using Semgrep

A walk through of practical and real-world Semgrep examples for Java

In this talk, Kurt Boberg from Chegg and Daghan Altas from r2c show how to use Semgrep to detect complex code patterns in Java, with a particular focus on real-word and practical examples including detection of SQL injections, reverse shells, and XML external entity injections.

Thanks to the Seattle Java User Group for hosting this event!


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