Data breaches can cost businesses more than $3.8 million globally on average, based on IBM’s 2018 Cost of a Data Breach survey. Some mega-breaches cost hundreds of millions in legal fees, technical and operational expenses, and other associated costs from the fallout. The financial and reputational damage to your brand is be incalculable should your web applications get hacked.
Taking your web application security seriously now will save you the remediation, remuneration, and reputation costs of a data breach later.
Netsparker offers both an online edition, and Microsoft Windows desktop edition of its web application security scanner, both of which offer all of the advantages of Proof-Based Scanning™. Learn for free how we can strengthen your application security testing processes, with a 15-day trial of our web application vulnerability scanner. You do not have to be an expert. Netsparker is very easy to use and has an intuitive user interface.
Netsparker also scans the web server on which the web application is hosted for misconfiguration. It has specific security checks for web servers such as IIS, which runs on Microsoft Windows, and Apache, which is open source and runs on Linux.
Netsparker's web application vulnerability scanner tests for real vulnerabilities that attackers look for and exploit every single day. As attackers get more sophisticated, we monitor the evolving landscape of web security vulnerabilities and add new checks. Our security scanner detects thousands of different vulnerability variants and flaws, including those listed in the OWASP top 10 list of most critical vulnerabilities in web applications, like command injection, reflected, stored, blind and DOM-based cross-site scripting (XSS), and SQL injection vulnerabilities.
Even better, when a vulnerability shows up on the scan report? You can be confident that it is real and not a false positive, because of the scanner’s dead accurate scan results.
With traditional web application scanning tools, your IT security team has to spend hours manually verifying scan results, and weeding out false positives. Every hour they spend manually checking those reported security vulnerabilities is an hour they cannot spend performing more advanced web penetration security testing or remediating real web application vulnerabilities.
With Netsparker's Proof-Based Scanning™ the web application scan report shows proof of exploit for the vulnerabilities identified during the scan. Dead accurate scan results save time and money at every level of the web application security process. IT security team members can quickly see exploitable vulnerabilities, see what data the attack was able to reveal, and justify remediation efforts to management.
Proof of exploit also helps developers. They can see the exploits sent by the security scanner's HTTP requests as well as the data compromised in the web application's HTTP reply to the scanner. This allows the team to more quickly locate the flaws in their source code, speeding up the time from the identification of a vulnerability to the fix being deployed.
See for yourself how Proof-Based Scanning™ can save you time and money, improve your web application security, and keep your corporate and client data safe.
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