The term “owned” is used to describe a system that has been compromised by an attacker. This can mean that the attacker has complete control over the system, or simply that they have access to sensitive data or functionality that they should not have access to. Owned systems are often used as a foothold by … Read more

SOLID (software design principles)

SOLID is an acronym for five important software design principles: S – Single Responsibility Principle O – Open/Closed Principle L – Liskov Substitution Principle I – Interface Segregation Principle D – Dependency Inversion Principle Each principle is important in its own right, but following all five principles will result in more robust, maintainable, and extensible … Read more