Quick security audit benefits
- Identify Fingerprinting, SSL/TLS, HTTP Header and Portscan security vulnerabilities.
- Schedule and run automated web app, API, and Microservices scans.
- Integrate our vulnerability scanner easily in your workflow and dev pipeline.
- Download PDF reports and easily share them with team members, executives, and clients.
How do I get my quick security audit
We do the heavy lifting for you, so you can focus on your daily tasks.
What shall we audit?
Fill in the form. Start by pasting the domain/URL you would like to have audited and then follow the flow.
One of our cybersecurity professionals sets up, runs the scan, and reviews the report before we invite you to see it.
You will receive a personal invitation to review the findings and download them in a PDF format.
You will have the opportunity to quickly set up a full scan on your staging instance and run a full scan to test against more OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities.
Sample security audit reports
The Quick Security Audit Report shows you how our automated tool tests, identifies, classifies, and provides remediation advice while saving manual security checks and pentest budget hours.
Detect Fingerprinting, TLS/SSL, HTTP Header and Portscan related vulnerabilities.
Get tips on how to fix discovered vulnerabilities right within the report.
For easily managing and keeping track of security loopholes fixes.
Vulnerability scanner with most advanced crawling options
Andreas Katzig, CTO at ottonova
We were looking for a tool to fill our needs, such as the full automation of security detection processes. Crashtest Security meets those expectations thanks to the easy integration into our CI/CD Pipeline.
Stefan Kamphausen, Senior Vice President of Engineering at Acrolinx
Fast integration and simple usability
I remember setting up my first project in two minutes and starting the scan within two minutes.
Hassan Moradi, Penetration Test Team Lead, TÜV SÜD
Higher Security Baseline
Crashtest Security allows us to make security scans easily accessible for development teams to establish a higher security baseline.
Said Moftakhar, IT Security & Privacy
Quick security audit
Which vulnerabilities does the Quick Security Audit cover?
- Transport Layer Security (TLS/SSL)
- HTTP Header
What is the difference between a Quick Security Audit and Full Scan?
As described above, the Quick security audit checks for 4 types of vulnerabilties – Fingerprinting, SSL/TLS, HTTP Header and Portscan.
The Full Scan checks for these 4 and the following:
- SQL Injection
- Cross-Site Scripting(XSS)
- File Inclusion
- XML External Entity (XXE)
- Command Injection
- Privilege Escalation
- Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
What if I want to scan for all OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities?
Yes, you can. All you need to do it do is to select Full Scan within the dashboard and verify the ownership of your scan target.
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