Protecting websites, online applications, and web services from malicious cyberattacks such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting, or other possible dangers is known as web application security.
Security testing that is intended to find and assist in addressing cyber security flaws is known as vulnerability assessment and penetration testing (VAPT).
Website and web app security, also known as cybersecurity, should be an essential part of your website.
Having a website or a blog of your own isn’t enough. With it comes plenty of responsibilities and your dedication to keep it running smoothly.
One of the many challenges faced by businesses is keeping their website secure from malicious attacks or software.
Smartphone users around the world are expected to reach more than 2. 5 billion in comparison to 2. 1 billion in the year 2016.
With the increased popularity of ecommerce where credit card details will be transferred between the network, it is deemed neccessary to use a secured HTTP protocol, HTTPS. Not only this encrypts the data being transferred, HTTPS also builds trust between your website and your website visitors.
Businesses are quite aware of the fact, that in order to remain competitive, they need a website.
In December 2017, iOS 11 suffered a technical glitch that triggered at 12:15 AM.