DAST Software

Our Dynamic Application Security Testing, also known as “black-box testing,” allows you to prevent vulnerabilities and detect critical cyber security issues you could be exposed to in an easy, viable, and rapid way.

  • Detect Owasp Top Ten web application security risks and many more.
  • Get comprehensive reports, assess risk levels, and exclusive access to our wiki
  • Run continuously automated DAST scans
  • Get access to technical professionals to support your scanners and questions
  • Automated online SaaS DAST software


DAST Tool Features

The DAST Tool sends different realistic attacks as simulations to identify constantly the vulnerabilities in your web app, your API, and your code. Automated DAST scans HTML-based web apps and JavaScript, AJAX, HTML5, Multi-Page and Single-Page Applications, Microservices, and APIs, thus delivering results faster and cheaper.


Create and verify your scan target.



Configure the credentials for the system and the application.


CI integration

Create a webhook and start a scan via the CI Integration.


Set notifications

Integrate a chat notification system (Slack, Mattermost, Hangouts, and many more.)


Download the report

Get reports with remediation guidance, risk assessments, and solutions for every vulnerability discovered.



Dynamic Application Security Testing Benefits

  • Increased speed and agility for security team
  • Early identification of possible attacks and vulnerabilities
  • Secure software development from design
  • Better communication between teams
  • Rapid response capacity to changes


Comprehensive DAST Reports

Vulnerability Findings Overview

The DAST vulnerability scanner report lists the attack vectors tests the scanner has performed, their classifications and possible ways to fix them.

Practical Remediation advice

In each report, you will find all vulnerability findings, remediation advice and a checklist to easily mark what was already fixed.

Continuous Security

More reasons for continuous DAST testing

Automated Pentesting

Perform regular black box pentests on your web assets and spend less on infrequent manual penetration tests.

Cybersecurity Risk Reduction

Benchmark your next release against OWASP Top 10 and other known vulnerabilities.

Schedule Scans

Match vulnerability scanning to your agile dev cycle.

Ensure Compliance

Scan every new release before deployment and ensure compliance with regulations and standards (HIPAA, GDPR, ISO, and many more).

Faster Vulnerability Detection

Detect and mitigate vulnerabilities quicker by scanning your web assets regularly.

Integrated Dev Pipeline

Integrate vulnerability scanning into your dev process and environment and shift security left.


DAST Scanning

Is DAST secure?

The DAST Scanning Tool simulates the same techniques of hackers to exploit a web app while the code is running. Also, platform-independent testing applications independent of their hardware, design, internal architecture, or programming language means it is practical to scan for Web API threats or find every Top 10 listed risks.

SAST vs DAST. Which are the differences?

For these AppSec technologies, the main difference is that each one uses unique testing mechanisms to find vulnerabilities and weaknesses. For example, SAST uses a white-box testing approach by leveraging the elemental source code and performing internal scans while the code remains static. It tests for application/source-code vulnerabilities. SAST is primarily used to assess the application architecture and design environment, mobile applications, and real-time systems. And DAST, on the other hand, uses a black-box testing approach, where the tester discovers an application’s vulnerabilities from an external ecosystem during application runtime. It tests for runtime and environment issues. DAST is used to evaluate security risks in web apps, databases, servers, and services.

Is DAST part of DevSecOps?

Yes, using DAST Software is a great way to secure your code while application time runs. In addition, the tool sends you a notification every time a vulnerability is found so that you can keep coding without issues that should be fixed in the future, with the corresponding waste of money and time.