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mike123456
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 4:25 am (8 years, 9 months ago) Reply with QuoteBack to Top

Web applications are increasingly vulnerable and protecting them requires a system that can: Ensure compliance today, meet the evolving needs of an organization for tomorrow and Respond quickly. To meet this challenge, by the optimal solution should locate these vulnerabilities as they are seen from the hackerís point of view. Therefore a remote online Web application security testing service will best address those needs.

A Custom Web Design or a web application security scan should reveal vulnerability for these attacks: SQL Injection, Blind SQL injection, Installation Path Disclosure, .Net exception, Command Execution, PHP Code Injection, Xpath Injection, CRLF injection, Directory Traversal, Script language Error, URL Redirection, Remote File Inclusion, LDAP Injection, Cookie manipulation, Source Code Disclosure, Cross-Site Scripting and Cross-Frame Scripting.

The security scan must test vulnerabilities for a wide variety of website components: Web Servers, Web Server Technologies, HTTP Methods, Backup Files, Directory Enumeration, Directory Indexing, Directory Access, Directory Permissions, Sensitive/Common Files and Third Party Application.

The online web application security service must: Remotely crawl the entire website, Analyse each file, List the vulnerabilities found along with the severity levels of each vulnerability. Launch a series of web attacks to discover security. Include option to make a tailor made attack Be able to adapt to any web site configuration. Produce dynamic tests, which will create relevant reports of online scan findings. Provide a constantly updated vulnerability assessment Include an automatic False Positive Prevention Engine. Provide Enhanced Report Generation for Scanning Comparison.Must include the ability to create comparison and trend analysis of your web applications vulnerabilities based on scan results generated over a selected time periods. Recommend solutions in order to fix, or provide a viable workaround to the identified vulnerabilities. A website application security service which includes all these components will help you prevent hackers from attacking you site and disrupting your business.
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