Season's Greetings

Category: Web Security Readings - Last Updated: Tue, 24 Dec 2019 - by Netsparker Team
Season's Greetings

The entire Netsparker team would like to wish you all the best in the upcoming holiday season. Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Yule, Las Posadas, or simply taking the time off to rest, may you spend it with those who are closest to you. Read More

How Buffer Overflow Attacks Work

Category: Web Security Readings - Last Updated: Thu, 08 Aug 2019 - by Netsparker Team
How Buffer Overflow Attacks Work

A buffer overflow occurs when a program tries to write too much data into the buffer. This can cause the program to crash or to execute arbitrary code. Buffer overflow vulnerabilities exist only in low-level programming languages such as C with direct access to memory. However, they also affect the users of high-level web languages because the frameworks are often written in low-level languages. Read More

Ferruh Mavituna Is Interviewed About Netsparker at RSA Conference 2018

Category: News - Last Updated: Fri, 15 Jun 2018 - by Netsparker Team

Ferruh Mavituna chatted with John Dasher at the RSA Conference 2018 about Netsparker's powerful ability as a tool to find web application security vulnerabilities accurately, quickly, early, and automatically, in a way that brings scalability, visibility and connectivity to the entire security scanning process, from planning to product deployment. Read More