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- Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
- Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF or XSRF)
- Client-Side Logic Attacks
Additionally, it offers a continuous security approach by allowing you to run regular probes on your staging system before you push to production.
In the end, it lists all findings in an extensive report, classifies them, and provides advice on how to fix them.
And since XSS and CSRF are some of the most common hacker attacks, you should scan for vulnerabilities before every release. Companies aren’t aware of how expensive it could be to be under an attack. In fact, in the last years, massive attacks have occurred to small and medium companies, which are the ones that invest less money on their online security.