Be proactive in securing your web apps, and detect Common Weakness Enumerations (CWEs) before they become Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs).
Why do web app security policies and compliance regulations exist? They are the result of a CVE getting exploited. But, what if you could get ahead of exploits such as XSS and SQL Injection? If you can sanitize the data that users enter into web app forms, you can address the cause of exploits rather than reacting to the symptoms.
DAST technology has been around for decades and has matured along with modern web development.
Comprehensive support for APIs, from SOAP to REST, as well as GraphQL and gRPC.
Scan modern web apps by authenticating against the app.
Automated two-factor authentication scanning.
Automatic state detection for APIs.
Protect your web apps from common attacks such as XSS, SQL Injection, and Command Injection.
Get a view into your whole environment, including SSL/TLS.
Protect your web apps from session management and authentication attacks.
Get a holistic view and test from the inside-out with Static Code Analyzer (SAST) and outside-in with WebInspect (DAST).
It is critical to find all DOM-related exploits. You must test the server side and the client side.
Detect attacks that might not be targeting the server, such as out-of-band (OAST) attacks.