Web Application Vulnerability Scanning
Discover, catalog, and scan all your web applications
for vulnerabilities and misconfigurations.
Protect your sensitive information and web properties with regular check-ups.
Web Application Vulnerability Scanning: An Affordable Cybersecurity Service
If there’s one thing history has taught us, it’s that the rapid evolution of web applications has forced companies to adapt and evolve their security techniques at an alarming rate. Regularly performing web application vulnerability scans can help businesses maintain their security against trending cyber threats. And with the high internal costs of developing and implementing a proper web app assessment methodology/solution, outsourcing your web application services offers an affordable alternative.
Identify Documented Vulnerabilities and Exposures within your Web Apps
Web application vulnerability scanning provides companies with the capability to discover vulnerabilities within their applications. Note that throughout the web app vulnerability scanning process, comprehensive automated testing will be used to identify application-related vulnerabilities.. At MainNerve, all of our web application vulnerability scans go beyond national standards such as NIST, and come with a detailed final report.
Test your web application against:
THE MAINNERVE PROCESS
MainNerve web application vulnerability scans provide automated crawling and testing of web-based applications in order to identify vulnerabilities–which includes cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL injection. MainNerve web application vulnerability scans are designed with the overarching goal of zeroing in on OWASTP Top 10 Risks, the industry standard for categorizing the most critical web app-based vulnerabilities. At the conclusion of the web application vulnerability scan, a comprehensive report will be provided to provide businesses with insight into how to eliminate identified vulnerabilities.
Web Application Vulnerability Scanning
MainNerve utilizes a blend of automated scans using opensource, as well as commercial tools. The results of the scan are reviewed by a highly-skilled MainNerve security engineer. A web application vulnerability scan (WAVS) is the discovery (spidering) of a web site, identifying potential test points within the web application and performing tests that focus on the OWASP Top 10 list of common vulnerabilities. A MainNerve WAVS will rate each vulnerability with a level of risk. No tests are performed to determine false positives. The goal of a WAVS is to identify as many potential vulnerabilities as possible.
MainNerve will prepare a final report detailing the results of the vulnerability scan. The report will, if relevant to the current project, contain the following sections:
- Vulnerability Summary
- Impact Summary
- List of Vulnerabilities by Severity
- Affected URLs
Deliverables will be provided via secure file transfer service by MainNerve. All final deliverables are shared only with approved parties.
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