3 key areas a scanner must address to ensure full coverage

What’s Wrong With DAST

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Typically, DAST involves running a scanner to test how an application behaves in response to aggressive stimuli. The scanner is capable of sending attack payloads and checking the server responses.

Most security organizations use vulnerability scanners and other DAST tools. However, most of the scanners that are deployed today are limited in their coverage.

In this white paper, learn about 3 important areas a scanner must address when conducting scans to ensure full coverage, including:

  • Which payloads to send
  • Where to send the payloads
  • And more
Vendor:
Wallarm
Posted:
19 Mar 2020
Published:
19 Mar 2020
Format:
PDF
Length:
5 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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