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AppCheck Ltd provides a leading web application and external infrastructure vulnerability scanning tool (automated penetration testing tool), that allows its users to automate the discovery of security flaws within their network perimeter quicker, easier and more accurately.

AppCheck bridges the gap between manual and automated penetration testing by offering a unique scripting solution which maps and tests user work flows, thus ultimately mapping a much larger attack surface and identifying more flaws. The solution also gives logical and easy to follow remedial steps.

AppCheck NG Seminars

  • Web Application Security: Challenges Old and New Gary O’Leary-Steele  |   AppCheck NG   |   Wed 5th Oct 11:00 - 12:00

    Cyber Hack Theatre

    Wed 5th Oct 11:00 to 12:00

    Web Application Security: Challenges Old and New

    The nature and wide variety of security vulnerabilities to be found within web applications mean that, despite typically forming the majority of a host's total attack surface, they cannot be secured by simple firewall rules or simple vendor software patches. Recent trends in application development, namely rich HTML5 applications, have opened up new attack vectors which usually go under the radar of developers (such as cross-origin communication), and this situation is compounded by the fact that traditional web application vulnerability scanning techniques are no longer viable for systems such a single page web applications built upon modern frameworks such as AngularJS. Moreover, classical vectors such as basic Cross-Site Scripting and SQL Injection are still being underestimated and abused to devastating affect despite being covered extensively over the years in security literature.

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    Gary O’Leary-Steele View Profile
  • Web Application Security: Challenges Old and New Gary O’Leary-Steele  |   AppCheck NG   |   Thu 6th Oct 11:00 - 12:00

    Cyber Hack Theatre

    Thu 6th Oct 11:00 to 12:00

    Web Application Security: Challenges Old and New

    The nature and wide variety of security vulnerabilities to be found within web applications mean that, despite typically forming the majority of a host's total attack surface, they cannot be secured by simple firewall rules or simple vendor software patches. Recent trends in application development, namely rich HTML5 applications, have opened up new attack vectors which usually go under the radar of developers (such as cross-origin communication), and this situation is compounded by the fact that traditional web application vulnerability scanning techniques are no longer viable for systems such a single page web applications built upon modern frameworks such as AngularJS. Moreover, classical vectors such as basic Cross-Site Scripting and SQL Injection are still being underestimated and abused to devastating affect despite being covered extensively over the years in security literature.

    Speaker

    Speaker Name Profile
    Gary O’Leary-Steele View Profile

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