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Secure Web Applications with Next-Gen Vulnerability Management

Web applications are easily exploitable, and inherently vulnerable to attacks as they must always be available to everyone, all the time. Protecting your organization from cyber threats and data theft while ensuring smooth web application functionality can be challenging. Effectively address your web application challenges with our Next-Gen Vulnerability Management Platform.

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Code Injection

Attackers can exploit web application vulnerabilities using code injection, often found in user input fields. Common types include SQL injection and OS command attacks.

Malware Infection

Hackers frequently target web applications to insert malware for various purposes, such as spamming, phishing, or launching DDoS attacks. They use methods like drive-by downloads, phishing emails, and modifying source code. Other tactics by hackers exist and will be discussed later.

DDoS Attacks

DDoS attacks flood web applications with excessive requests from multiple computers. These attacks can impact businesses even if they aren't directly targeted due to shared services with affected vendors.

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Leave no potential entry points unscanned and vulnerable to attack. Effortlessly scan every nook and cranny of your applications beyond the scope of ordinary vulnerability scanners.

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Threats don't adhere to schedules, striking unpredictably. Yet, with our automated scans, you can rest easy, knowing that regular checks are on the lookout for potential vulnerabilities. Set up Continuous Monitoring to always stay a step ahead.


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API Security

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Protecting your web applications has never been easier. With our web application scanning service, you can easily scan your web applications and APIs for vulnerabilities and ensure OWASP Top 10 coverage. 

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What Is Web App Security?

Web app security refers to the practices, technologies, and measures put in place to protect web applications from various threats and vulnerabilities. It encompasses efforts to prevent unauthorized access, data breaches, and other malicious activities that can harm the application and its users.

What Are Some Common Web App Security Threats?

Common web app security threats include SQL injection, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF), insecure authentication and session management, and security misconfigurations. These threats can lead to data leaks, unauthorized access, and other security breaches.

How Can I Protect My Web App from Security Threats?

To protect your web app, you should:
  • Conduct regular security audits and vulnerability assessments.
  • Implement strong access controls and authentication mechanisms.
  • Keep your software and libraries up-to-date.
  • Use a web application scanner and follow security best practices.
  • Educate your development team about secure coding practices.

How Should I Respond to a Security Breach?

In the event of a security breach, follow these steps:
  • Isolate the affected system to prevent further damage.
  • Investigate the breach to determine the scope and impact.
  • Notify affected users and relevant authorities if necessary.
  • Patch the vulnerabilities and apply security updates.
  • Review and improve your security measures to prevent future breaches.

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