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Using the Same-Site Cookies Attribute to Prevent CSRF Attacks

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: same site cookie attribute , csrf , web security reading - Tue, 23 Aug 2016, by Ziyahan Albeniz
This article looks into the details of how the Same-Site cookie attribute works and how it can be used to help prevent malicious cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks. Read more...

Command Injection Vulnerability

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: command injection vulnerability , web application vulnerability - Tue, 16 Aug 2016, by Sven Morgenroth
This article explains what is the command injection vulnerability, how it works (how malicious hackers can exploit it) and also explains how to ensure your web applications are not vulnerable to this vulnerability. Read more...

CSRF Vulnerability in Yandex Browser Allows Attackers to Steal Victim's Browsing Data

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: csrf vulnerability , advisory , yandex browser - Tue, 09 Aug 2016, by Ziyahan Albeniz
This post explains how a malicious hacker can exploit a CSRF vulnerability in the Yandex browser that would allow them to get hold of the victim's confidential browsing data, including bookmarks, browsing history and also saved usernames and passwords. Read more...

OpenCart: (Why) The Open Source Project Uses Netsparker Cloud

Category: News - Tags: netsparker cloud , case study , open cart , open source - Thu, 04 Aug 2016, by Robert Abela
A Netsparker Cloud case study in which the OpenCart's developers explain how the cloud-based web vulnerability scanner was integrated in their SDLC to help them develop more secure code. Read more...

How to Do a Controlled Web Security Scan with Netsparker Desktop

Category: Product Docs & FAQS - Tags: netsparker desktop , faq , controlled scan - Tue, 02 Aug 2016, by Robert Abela
This FAQ explains how you can use the Controlled Scan feature in Netsparker Dekstop web application security scanner to scan a specific parameter or page on a target web application once it has been crawled. Read more...

Using Selenium and Netsparker for Manual Crawling of Web Applications

Category: Product Docs & FAQS - Tags: netsparker desktop faq , selenium , manual crawling - Wed, 27 Jul 2016, by Mustafa Yalcin
This FAQ explains how you can do a manual crawl of websites with Netsparker web application security scanner from Selenium recordings, which many use to test web applications' functionality. Read more...

Troubleshooting Inconsistent Web Security Scan Results

Category: Product Docs & FAQS - Tags: netsparker desktop , faq , troubleshooting , inconsistent scan results - Tue, 26 Jul 2016, by Robert Abela
Read this document to understand what can be the cause of inconsistent scan results and how to troubleshoot the issue and identify what could possibly causing such a problem. Read more...

Manual Crawling with Netsparker Desktop in Proxy Mode

Category: Product Docs & FAQS - Tags: netsparker desktop , faq , crawling , proxy mode - Thu, 21 Jul 2016, by Robert Abela
This FAQ explains how to manually crawl a website with a web browser and then scan it for vulnerabilities with Netsparker Desktop web application security scanner. Read more...

Web Application Security and the SDLC Discussed on the Virtualization and Cloud Security Podcast

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: web application security , interview , video , automation , sdlc - Fri, 08 Jul 2016, by Robert Abela
Ferruh Mavituna, Netsparker's CEO talks about web application security automation and scalability with Edward Haletky in episode 17 of the Virtualizastion and Cloud Security Podcast. Read more...

Netsparker Desktop July 2016 Update - Introducing the HTTP Request Builder

Category: Releases - Tags: netsparker desktop , http request builder , penetration testing tool , update - Thu, 07 Jul 2016, by Robert Abela
In this July 2016 update of Netsparker Desktop, the only web vulnerability scanner with proof-based scanning technology we introduce a new penetration testing tool called the HTTP Request Builder. Read more...

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