Mansi Sheth is a Principal Security Researcher at Veracode Inc. In her career, she has been involved with breaking, defending and building secure applications. Mansi researches various languages and technologies, finding insecure usages in customer code and suggests automation measures in finding vulnerabilities for Veracode's Binary Static Analysis service. She is an avid traveller with the motto "If not now, then when?”
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- April 7, 2021 | By Mansi Sheth
This is the eighth entry in the blog series on using Java Cryptography securely. The first few entries talked about architectural details, Cryptographically Secure Random Number Generators, encryption/decryption, and message digests. Later we looked at What’s New in the latest Java version. All of…Read Article
- February 23, 2021 | By Mansi Sheth
This is the seventh entry in this blog series on using Java Cryptography securely. Starting from the basics we began diving deeper into various basic cryptographic primitives such as Cryptographically Secure Random Number Generator, symmetric & asymmetric encryption/decryption & hashes.…Read Article
- November 16, 2020 | By Mansi Sheth
In 2017, we started a blog series talking about how to securely implement a crypto-system in java. How to Get Started Using Java Cryptography Securely touches upon the basics of Java crypto, followed by posts around various crypto primitives Cryptographically Secure Pseudo-Random Number Generator (…Read Article
- October 5, 2018 | By Mansi Sheth
To complement my recent Java Crypto blog series ("How to get Started Using Java Cryptography Securely", "Cryptographically Secure Pseudo-Random Number Generator (CSPRNG)", "Encryption and Decryption in Java Cryptography", "Message Digests, aka Hashing Functions"), I have been referencing…Read Article
- June 13, 2017 | By Mansi Sheth
This is the fourth entry in a blog series on using Java cryptography securely. The first entry provided an overview covering architectural details, using stronger algorithms and debugging tips. The second one covered Cryptographically Secure Pseudo-Random Number Generators. The third entry taught…Read Article
- April 18, 2017 | By Mansi Sheth
This is the third entry in a blog series on using Java cryptography securely. The first entry provided an overview covering architectural details, using stronger algorithms, and debugging tips. The second one covered Cryptographically Secure Pseudo-Random Number Generators. This entry will teach…Read Article
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