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VAPT techniques for Mobile Application Security

As more and more businesses adopt a mobile-first approach, mobile applications are becoming conventional in the industry. With them, they bring a lot of doubts and questions regarding the security they offer. A lot of apps involve collecting user data and hence it is required to ensure the security of the data in compliance with…

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VAPT Techniques for REST APIs

Every year, a hundred thousand APIs become available on the internet. API (application programming interface) is nothing but a language used among various applications. Studies show that API abuses will become the most common type of web application-related attacks, which is exactly why securing them holds the utmost importance for a business entity. API security…

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Comparison of Hardware and Software Firewall

What is a hardware firewall? A hardware firewall is a physical device much like a server that filters the traffic going to a computer. While a user would normally plug a network cable directly into a computer or server, with a hardware firewall, the cable is plugged into the firewall first. The firewall sits between…

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Network VAPT Tools Comparison

Network VAPT tools Comparison Network VAPT is the assessment procedure that is conducted by safety experts on the user’s network for identifying possible vulnerabilities that the attackers might exploit. The primary objective of a network penetration test is to recognize exploitable vulnerabilities in systems, networks, network devices (i.e., switches, routers), and hosts before hackers can…

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Is that mobile app safe to use?

Would you readily give your residential address to a stranger? No? Aren’t you extra cautious while opening an email from an unknown sender? Yes? Good! How about extending the same sense of protection to your smart phone while downloading apps? In both these instances, you are necessarily safeguarding your home and yourself from prying eyes….

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Mobile Apps: Owner’s Pride, Hacker’s Gain

Did you know that a mobile application, on an average has 9 vulnerabilities? Multiply that by the average number of installed applications (26.2) and you end up with an average of 235.8 vulnerabilities. In simple words, there are 235.8 ways for hackers to get inside your phone. Scary, huh? Hackers can get into your mobile…