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FREE Web App Security Assessment

Are your business websites and web applications secured against the latest threats and productivity challenges?

Superior Consulting Services offers FREE security testing of your websites and web applications to identify risk levels and specific vulnerabilities. Utilizing the industry standards developed by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), we will assess your organization’s security risks and create greater visibility and understanding of issues.

Then, our expert consultants will be standing by to help create mitigation strategies.

Our OWASP assessment includes a summary of alerts, with a breakdown of number of instances, risk levels and an explanation of how to resolve them.

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In order to most accurately deliver your report while ensuring your privacy is protected, we will need to contact you directly to schedule an assessment. After filling out the form, someone from our team will respond to you within 3 business days to schedule your assessment.

Top 10 Vulnerabilities of Websites and Web Applications​

Our OWASP assessment reviews all vulnerabilities - through this experience, we’ve uncovered the top 10 causes of vulnerabilities that leave your website and applications open to attack. 

  1. Broken Access Control: Broken access controls give website visitors access to admin panels, servers, databases, and other critical applications and could also include redirecting browsers to unintended target URLs. ​
  2. Cryptographic Failures: Problems with encryption can expose sensitive data – passwords, credit card numbers, health records, personal information, and business secrets.
  3. Injection: Injection vulnerabilities occur when web content is coded in such a way that a hacker cad insert their own malicious commands into a query within a web page. This malicious code causes the application do something detrimental or expose data that should not be exposed.
  4. Insecure Design: Insecure design encompasses a variety of coding flaws that leave the web page open to hacker exploitation.
  5. Security Misconfiguration: This is the most common vulnerability and can strike almost anywhere in the web application environment. Most of these breaches are the result of human error. ​
  6. Vulnerable and Outdated Components: Any component with a known vulnerability becomes a weak link that can impact the security of the entire application. ​
  7. Identification and Authentication Failures: This happens when applications incorrectly execute functions and allows intruders to compromise passwords, security keys, or session tokens and permanently or temporarily assume the identities and permissions of other users. ​
  8. Software and Data Integrity Failures: This vulnerability represents code and infrastructure that do not guard against integrity violations. Examples of this include: a program that uses plugins, libraries, or modules from untrusted sources, repositories, or content delivery networks (CDNs). ​
  9. Security Logging and Monitoring Failures: Vulnerabilities in this area allow cyber thieves to tamper with servers, corrupt databases, steal confidential information, and plant malicious code. ​
  10. Server-Side Request Forgery: These vulnerabilities allow a hacker to force your website or web application to make requests from somewhere other than the originally intended internet location.