HDIV eliminates all kinds of risks regarding non editable data (all the data except data coming from text fields) and mitigates the risks of editable data using blacklist validation rules. In addition, developers can define global whitelist validations for editable data using HDIV.
In order to totally eliminate the risks associated with editable data, HDIV has announced today the release of Developer Toolbar. This makes a step forward detecting these vulnerable points, SQL Injection and XSS, within the source code in runtime, just browsing your web site. Toolbar reports the file and line number of vulnerabilities to the developer and can even block the request to these vulnerable urls if necessary in production environments.
You can see below Developer Toolbar in action:
- Easy to install
- Source code vulnerability detection (SQL Injection and XSS vulnerability detection)
- Supported most used web servers (Tomcat, JBoss, WebLogic and WebSphere)
- Toolbar (Vulnerabilities are reported within the browser)
Request your free trial and try it on your applications.