Securing Your Web App, One Robot at a Time
Modern web apps are two things: complex, and under persistent attack.
How We Used Data Science Magic to Predict Key RSA 2020 Themes and Takeaways
As our team discussed our traditional RSA round-up blog, we started to wonder how easy it would be to predict those key themes before the conference even kicked off.
Single-Page Applications: The Journey So Far
While modern web application technology has made apps more useful, it's also made them harder to secure.
New Features: Rapid7 Launches Public API For InsightAppSec
Rapid7 is pleased to announce the newest addition to your application security toolkit on the Rapid7 Insight platform: the public API in our DAST solution, InsightAppSec.
Scan Management with InsightAppSec: There’s More to Application Security than Long Lists of Vulnerabilities
Knowing what you are scanning, how often, and with how much success is vital to knowing your vulnerability data is accurate, up-to-date, and reflects your security position. InsightAppSec can help.
New InsightAppSec Releases: Compliance Reports and the AppSec Toolkit
Things are always brewing in Rapid7 product development. Today, we’re excited to
announce several exciting new features in InsightAppSec, our cloud-powered
application security testing solution for modern web apps
* Custom reports for PCI, HIPAA, SOX, and OWASP 2017 compliance requirements
* PDF report generation
* The Rapid7 AppSec Toolkit * Macro Recorder
* Traffic Viewer
* RegEx Builder
* Swagger/Rest API Utilit
Nexpose Remote Registry Activation for Windows
The Windows Registry is a database which stores all settings for a Windows
system, e.g. hardware, software installed, Windows updates installed and
preferences for users and their applications. During normal day to day use a
standard user will inadvertently push changes into this database when they
update the system, add/remove applications and so on.
Remote Registry is a Windows service which allows a non-local user to read or
make changes to the registry on your Windows system when they are
Have JBoss, Jenkins, WebLogic, WebSphere based applications? Brace yourself, they've got an unwanted Christmas present for you!
Java based server applications are prevalent throughout most corporate
networks. Thousands, if not millions, of applications are deployed using JBoss,
Jenkins, WebLogic and WebSphere - so when a vulnerability affecting the
underlying technology pops up, the impact can be significant. A vulnerability
was recently discovered affecting any Java application which can receive data
back from users, allowing malicious actors to insert unsafe data as it attempts
to ingest the information. The applica