When it comes to the web, there’s never a guarantee of complete security. In fact, a clean bill of health doesn’t mean you truly have a clean bill of health. Similar to how a blood test or MRI scan cannot possibly find all health-related problems in our bodies, there’s no true way to find every possible web security flaw. Web security tools improve daily. So do the bad guys. It’s a constant game of cat and mouse. But that’s good for everyone. As long as we’re innovating to keep up with the threat, we’re going to be okay. The best way to help prevent web security exploits is to ensure you’re checking your web security on a periodic and consistent basis. If you’re unsure, leave it up to the professionals to provide good tools and services to ensure you web presence remains locked down.
Featured Article — Acunetix v10.5 adds support for Joomla! Drupal and CVSS3.0
A new version of Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanners v10.5 has been released. The new version tests for Joomla! and Drupal vulnerabilities, supports CVSS 3.0 and includes other improvements/bug fixes. Joomla! and Drupal Support Acunetix v10.5 now reports vulnerabilities in popular content management systems Joomla! and Drupal. The new proprietary database includes close to 300 Joomla! and Drupal […]