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Utilization of sophisticated hacking techniques: ScanDo will find any vulnerability that an intruder could use to penetrate a website including Parameter Passing, Common File Checks, Directory Checking, Cookie Poisoning, Stealth Commanding, Backdoor and Debug Options, Data Encoding, Protocol Piggyback, Buffer Overflow Attacks, 3rd Party Misconfiguration, and Database Sabotage.
With malicious attacks on an enterprise's Web applications on the rise, including database sabotage, web defacements, parameter tampering, and cookie poisoning, corporations are increasingly turning to GAP technology to thwart Web intrusions and the perpetrators of these attacks.
This powerful new combination of digital signatures, content encryption, and SSL connections virtually eliminates any possibility of cookie poisoning by eliminating every point of vulnerability, whether in transit or in storage.
Application Code Review: Security experts will examine its customer's application source code for existing customers to detect insecure coding techniques or practices that may allow for vulnerabilities such as URL tampering and cookie poisoning.