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    Web Application Security Solution

Web Application Security

YKP Web application security is a branch of Information Security that deals specifically with security of websites, web applications and web services. Web application vulnerabilities are becoming more prevalent these days, and having a keen eye on the security of it is undeniably mandatory. The majority of web application attacks occur through cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL injection attacks which typically result from flawed coding, and failure to sanitize input to and output from the web application. These are ranked in the 2009 CWE/SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors. Phishing is another common threat to the Web application and global losses from this type of attack in 2012 were estimated at $1.5 billion.

Web application vulnerabilities can take many forms. Among them the most common are Cross-site scripting and SQL injection. Our team is proficient in dealing with both and a lot more. Our automated tools and processes are verified and proven. They not just supplements but also compliments manual testing via performing the likely attacks on concerned applications. Our tools perform authenticated crawling and also keep check on the effective minimization of false negatives and false positives thereby assuring accuracy. Accuracy in the methods and process is what we focus on to get amazing feedbacks from our clients worldwide.

Web Application Security Solution

We use automated service to assess, track and resolve web application vulnerabilities. The service allows you to execute comprehensive, accurate vulnerability scans on custom web applications such as shopping carts, forms, login pages, and other types of dynamic content. We use crawl web applications. We identify cross-site scripting and SQL injection vulnerabilities. We use automated techniques to identify most web vulnerabilities. We deliver a broad scope of coverage for testing web application vulnerabilities. It includes SQL injection, cross- site scripting etc