PcVoyages 2000 Inc

Company:

PcVoyages 2000 Inc

Application Name:

PcvPayment

Assessment Technique(s):

Static Binary Analysis

Assurance Level:

AL4 (High) Exploitation causes serious brand damage and financial loss with long term business impact

VerAfied Since:

05/04/2010

Application Description:

PcvPayment is a payment system designed specifically to provide tour operators and travel agencies secure payment methods. It offers interactions with some of the largest and most used payment processing systems in the United States and Canada.

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In its reviewed state, the PcVoyages 2000 Inc PcvPayment application met or exceeded the security score outlined in the Veracode Risk Adjusted Verification Methodology for an application at the assurance level specified above. Veracode’s risk adjusted verification methodology is based on respected industry standards including MITRE’s Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) for classification of software weaknesses and FIRST’s Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) for severity and ease of exploitability and NIST'sdefinitions of assurance levels.

 

 

Company:

PcVoyages 2000 Inc

Application Name:

PcTour.net™

Assessment Technique(s):

Static Binary Analysis, Dynamic Analysis 

Assurance Level:

AL4 (High) Exploitation causes serious brand damage and financial loss with long term business impact

VerAfied Since:

05/04/2010

Application Description:

PcTour.net™ is an electronic commerce (e-commerce) web reservation system. This application is also an essential transactional component for tour operators with B2B and B2C electronic store fronts.

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In its reviewed state, the PcVoyages 2000 Inc PcTour.net™ application met or exceeded the security score outlined in the Veracode Risk Adjusted Verification Methodology for an application at the assurance level specified above. Veracode’s risk adjusted verification methodology is based on respected industry standards including MITRE’s Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) for classification of software weaknesses and FIRST’s Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) for severity and ease of exploitability and NIST'sdefinitions of assurance levels.











 

While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this document, Veracode, Inc. assumes no responsibility for errors, omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information herein. Due to the nature of software security testing, the lack of discoverable flaws does not mean the software is 100% secure.

 

 

 

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