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Briskinfosec - Global Cybersecurity Service Providers
Web Application Security Assessment has become an unavoidable requirement for every organization. The risk factors for web applications are many and is continually growing day by day. Even a simple plugin like, old versions and application theme can lead to a breach of your organization's data and potentially, internal network. Application security challenges should be addressed effectively in a timely manner.
Our security testing services scrutinizes the security loopholes in your application at various levels and reports the same to you. We are always there to fix those security loopholes for you to make sure your site is stable and runs smoothly without flaws.
Don’t let your organization make the news for being the latest victim of cyber attack:
Hackers crave for the annihilation of every organization’s reputation by breaching all their data’s and making them relinquish to their mettle, thus making them to flash in the news as the latest victim of cyber breach.
Get in front all your compliance needs:
Web application security will be scrutinized by auditors due to a variety of factors like lack of developer ’s education, rushed codes, going into production too soon, etc.
Do more than mitigate symptoms:
The benefits of having even just a single site tested can lead to a functional change in how the code is written and deployed, providing positive security change.
Most of the common web servers are configured in the form of the same server to host many web applications with the same IP address this type of configuration is the reason for the Host Header issues. Here we are going to deal with the host header injection attack in various forms, its impact and mitigation
The term CRLF refers to Carriage Return (ASCII 13, , \r) Line Feed (ASCII 10, , \n). Carriage Return means the end of a line, and Line Feed refers to the new line. In more simple words, both of these are used to note the end of a line.
XML External Entity Attack happens when an application allows an input parameter to be XML or incorporated into XML, which is passed to an XML parser running with sufficient privileges to include external or system files.