Complimentary Netsparker Licenses for Organizations Fighting COVID-19

Category: News - Last Updated: Wed, 18 Mar 2020 - by Ferruh Mavituna
Complimentary Netsparker Licenses for Organizations Fighting COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic is set to become the biggest global crisis in decades, and ensuring cybersecurity is now more important than ever. To help organizations keep their websites and web applications secure during this unprecedented global emergency, Netsparker is offering complimentary licenses to organizations involved in fighting COVID-19. Read More

Why Framework Choice Matters in Web Application Security

Category: Web Security Readings - Last Updated: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 - by Ferruh Mavituna
Why Framework Choice Matters in Web Application Security

Our CEO, Ferruh Mavituna, explains why the framework you choose for your web applications matters. Even if you build the most secure application, when your framework is vulnerable, your application is too. He debunks some myths regarding the similarity of popular frameworks, and provides good reasons to check whether yours is secure by default. Read More

Sumeru Solutions – Netsparker Case Study

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 21 Jun 2018 - by Ferruh Mavituna

Sumeru Solutions is an software development company that makes banking and information security solutions, and mobile apps. They selected Netsparker to automate and speed up their web scanning processes because of its rapid configurability, ease of use, reliability, lack of false positives, and ability to handle a larger range and scale of products. Read More

Infographic: Statistics About the Security State of 104 Open Source Web Applications

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 17 Aug 2017 - by Ferruh Mavituna

In this infographic, we highlight the most common vulnerabilities that are found in open source web applications. Even though this is just a small sample of the web applications that are used on the live website on the internet, these statistics give us a good overview of the real life situation, and how many websites are vulnerable to malicious hacker attacks. Read More

SQL Injection Cheat Sheet

Category: Web Security Readings - Last Updated: Wed, 21 Oct 2015 - by Ferruh Mavituna
SQL Injection Cheat Sheet

Use our SQL Injection Cheat Sheet to learn about the different variants of the SQL Injection vulnerability. In this cheat sheet you can find detailed technical information about SQL Injection vulnerabilities against MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and PostgreSQL SQL servers. Read More

Italy’s Most Experienced Information Security Company Relies on Netsparker

Category: News - Last Updated: Mon, 22 May 2017 - by Ferruh Mavituna

In this case study, CryptoNet Italia explains how by using the Netsparker web application security scanner it was able to provide more man-hours and advanced penetration testing services to its customers. CryptoNet also explain why after 14 years in this business, and using all types of scanners they chose Netsparker's unique vulnerability scanning technology. Read More

World Renowned Leader in the Human Genome Project Relies on Netsparker to Protect Their Data & Reputation

Category: News - Last Updated: Mon, 22 May 2017 - by Ferruh Mavituna

Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, a leader in the Humane Genome Project have been using Netsparker web application security scanner for years to ensure the security of their websites and web applications which are used to deliver the results of their research to other researchers and pharmaceutical companies from allover the world. Read More

Global Association ISACA Leads the Way on Web Application Security with Netsparker

Category: News - Last Updated: Mon, 22 May 2017 - by Ferruh Mavituna

Read how Netsparker Desktop, the only false positive free web application security scanner helps global organization ISACA ensure the long term security of all their websites and web applications. ISACA easily integrated Netsparker in their SDLC to scan all code changes before they are put on live servers thus ensuring all their live websites and web applications, which are visited by millions every year are secure. Read More