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What is Security Testing?

A code security test analyzes how code is written and how it interacts with other objects in an environment to identify weaknesses or flaws that would allow an attacker to gain unauthorized access to systems, databases, or account privleges they should not have.

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The following is an extensive library of security solutions articles and guides that are meant to be helpful and informative resources on a range of security solutions topics, from web application security to information and network security solutions to mobile and internet security solutions.

Application Testing Tool Application testing is an important part of securing your enterprise. By identifying vulnerability in software before it is deployed or purchased, web application testing tools help ward off threats and the negative impact they can have on competitiveness and profits. Learn More

Code Review Tools Code review is an examination of computer source code. A code review tool finds and fixes mistakes introduced into an application in the development phase, improving both the overall quality of software and the developers' skills. Learn More

Penetration TestingPenetration testing tools are used as part of a penetration test to automate certain tasks, improve testing efficiency and discover issues that might be difficult to find using manual analysis techniques alone. Learn More

Runtime Application Self Protection Runtime application self-protection (RASP) is a security technology that is built into an application and can detect and then prevent real-time application attacks. Learn More

Security Review Software The goal of a software security review is to identify and understand the vulnerabilities that can be exploited in the code your organization leverages. Your business may leverage software and code from a variety of sources, including both internally developed code, outsourced development and purchased third-party software. Learn More

Software Testing Tools As the enterprise network has become more secure, attackers have turned their attention to the application layer, which, according to Gartner, now contains 90 percent of all vulnerabilities. To protect the enterprise, security administrators must perform detailed software testing and code analysis when developing or buying software. Learn More

Unit Testing Tools  Tools that look at units of source code to search for vulnerabilities and flaws. Learn More

Vulnerability Assessment Veracode's vulnerability assessment tools help users eradicate vulnerabilities.  It promises to find flaws in applications so they can be fixed before they can harm the enterprise. Learn More

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration TestingVulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) are two types of vulnerability testing. The tests have different strengths and are often combined to achieve a more complete vulnerability analysis. Learn More

Vulnerability Scanner Vulnerability scanning offers a way to find application backdoors, malicious code and other threats that may exist in purchased software or applications developed internally. Learn More