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Vantage Prevent

Vantage Prevent is a patented and revolutionary Intelligence-Directed DAST technology that enables developers to discover and resolve vulnerabilities before they reach production — with no security expertise needed.

Vantage Prevent brings next-gen dynamic security testing to every stage of the SDLC by empowering developers with the ability to run DAST scans alongside functional and QA tests as applications are built and integrated into DevOps’ CI/CD pipeline. Vantage Prevent’s patented technology provides the speed, accuracy and ease-of-use developers need to integrate security into their development process and shift DAST left in the SDLC.

With Vantage Prevent, security teams have visibility into the results which provides them with confidence that the code getting pushed into production is both functional and secure. This reduces the burden on the security teams by reducing — or even eliminating — the stress of finding critical vulnerabilities in production environments where vulnerabilities become exploitable.

Key Features & Functionalities

  • Dynamic testing completed in minutes — not days — everywhere throughout the SDLC
  • Directed DAST integrates security testing with functional and QA testing
  • Native API testing — no documentation required
  • Language and platform agnostic
  • Quickly test incrementally or scan an entire application in local developer environments

How does Vantage Prevent work?

Supported Vulnerability Coverage

  • Broken Access Control
    • Acess-Control-Allow-Origin & Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)
    • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
    • Directory Listing & Path Traversal
    • Improper or Missing Authorization
    • Unvalidated Redirect
  • Cryptographic Failures
    • Broken or Risky Cryptographic Algorithms
    • Insecure Transport
    • Sensitive Information Disclosure
    • Bad Cipher Suites (CBC), TLS Protocols, and Weak SSL (POODLE)
  • Injection
    • Blind/Hibernate and Error-based SQL Injection
    • Content Spoofing
    • OS Command Injection
    • PHP Code Injection and Execution
    • XSS: Reflected, Stored, and DOM
  • Insecure Design
    • Arbitrary HTTP Method
    • Cross Frame Scripting
    • Improper Control of Interaction Frequency
    • Password in Cleartext, and Autocomplete Attributes
  • Security Misconfiguration
    • ASP .NET Misconfiguration
    • Cookie Vulnerabilities (HTTPOnly, Secure)
    • Configuration File Search
    • Directory Listing & Search
    • Internal Path Disclosure
    • Server Error & Stack Trace
    • XXE
  • Vulnerable and Outdated Components
    • Apache Struts
    • Heartbleed
    • Server Fingerprinting
    • Shellshock
  • Identification and Authentication Failures
    • Hard-coded & Weak Passwords
    • Improper and Missing Authentication
    • Session Token in URLReflected, Stored, and
    • DOM XSS
  • Software and Data Integrity Failures
    • Insecure Deserialization
    • Insecure Object Usage
  • API Broken Object Level Authorization
    • APIBA
  • API Lack of Resources & Rate Limiting
    • APIRL

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