Automated Penetration Testing Tool | Crashtest Security
Crashtest Security develops market-leading automated pentetration testing tool for web applications & APIs - enterprise-grade with a user-friendly interface.
Price Currency: EUR
Operating System: all
Application Category: WebApplication, SecurityApplication, DeveloperApplication, BusinessApplication
SSL / TLS Scanner Tool
Crashtest Security Suite is a new generation SSL and TLS Vulnerability Scanner. Scan now your web application automatically and quickly and check SSL vulnerabilities you could be exposed to:
- Detect critical Cross-Site Request Forgery vulnerabilities and risks
- Embed it into your dev process
- Set it up in minutes, and start scanning for CSRF or XSRF vulnerabilities
SSL/TLS scanner features
This SSL scanner tool periodically checks your site with a click of a button for attack vectors. It saves you time and lets you be aware of security vulnerabilities like a professional cybersecurity expert.
Create and verify your scan target.
Configure the credentials for the system and the application.
Create a webhook and start a scan via the CI Integration.
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.
SSL/TLS vulnerability scanner benefits
- Stay on top of your SSL and TLS security posture with regular vulnerability scanning
- Get reports in PDF, JSON/XML, and CSV to easily share or build ticket creation automation
- Scan directly from your dev toolchain using our webhook integration
Ample SSL/TLS Vulnerability Reports
The SSL/TLS vulnerability report records how our automated scanner identifies, classifies, and extends remediation advice.
Provides a complete list of all scanners run during the session
Executed Scanners Status
The success rate of the ran scanner.
For easy prioritization of fixes.
What is an SSL/TLS vulnerability scanner?
The SSL/TLS vulnerability scanner is designed to assess your scan targets SSL and TLS cryptographic protocols with a click of a button. It runs a vulnerability check on multiple attack vectors like misconfigurations, portscan, and other common security exposures:
Vulnerabilities requiring reconfiguration
- TLS Session Resumption
- Certificate Revocation
- Trusted Certificates
- Missing SSL CAA record
- Secure Cookies
- TLS Configuration
- TLS Certificates
- BREACH Attacks
- TLS Encryption
- Perfect Forward Secrecy
- TLS Key Size
- Deprecated SSL Protocol Versions
- SSL Cipher Order
- TLS Warning
- Security Headers
Specific certificate vulnerabilities
Mitigated in latest versions
How does the SSL/TLS scanner work
The SSL Scanner uses testssl.sh, a command-line tool that checks a server’s service on any port to support TLS/SSL ciphers, protocols as well as recent cryptographic flaws, and more.
All issues found are further deciphered by our SSL Scanner and appropriately designed into a comprehensible report.
Why should I test SSL/TLS vulnerabilities?
It is crucial to check for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) for possible security holes as they are protocols encrypting your network connections.
The most common SSL and TLS issues we see are:
- Implementing self-signed certificates
- Certificate validity expiration
- Outdated OpenSSL versions
- Counting on default settings and no personalization
- Incorrect trust chains
- Misconfigured TLS and SSL
Making sure your protocols are correctly set and running regular vulnerability scans will help you stay on top of your SSL and TLS configuration and avoid common attacks.
How do I run SSL/TLS test?
You can quickly set up your scan target and run Quick Scan. This scan takes up to 5 minutes and checks for the most common SSL and TLS vulnerabilities.
Additionally, you can verify the scan target and run a full scan to check for all related protocol and misconfiguration exposures. This scan takes longer as it depends on the size of your web application. The full scan also allows you to scan for other OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities, as well as Privilege Escalation.
What are SSL and TLS vulnerabilities?
Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) are the standard technologies for keeping an Internet connection secure and protecting any sensitive information sent between two systems. In addition, they prevent criminals from reading and modifying any transferred data, including information that could be considered personal. The two systems can be a server and a client (e.g., e-commerce and a browser) or server-to-server.
How to prevent SSL and TLS vulnerabilities?
We always recommend getting the newest updates, as updated versions are the safest. Also, remove unused features already activated and limit accounts with administrative rights, among others. Read more about how to prevent SSL and TLS vulnerabilities.
Why is the TLS scanner for free?
We are more than pleased to give you the 14-day trial to let you check its full potential. We are here to allow companies to be protected from the new attacks. In the following years, an increase is expected, so we decided to let businesses check this new tool for free to show them how possible it is to be secure, and at the same time, safe money.