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We are giving you services in two various type first is Internet Security service and second one is Home user security service.
Internet Security Services
Internet Security

Vulnerable Assets protect you from Cyber Crimes and other network services, in network Security we are protect you from these serveres:

  • Web Application Security
  • Web Server Security
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Software Security Solutions
  • Network Security Audits
  • VAPT (Vulnerability Assessment Eneulnerability Assessment Penetration Testing)
Home Users Security Service Provider

In home user security service we can gives Secure private network soulution,there are many risk to use internet but we are ready to solve your security problems.

In Home user service we are gives you service as below:

  • Web Application Security
  • Web Server Security
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Software Security Solutions
  • Network Security Audits
  • VAPT (Vulnerability Assessment Eneulnerability Assessment Penetration Testing)

Looking more deeply into the types of vulnerabilities, the above graph, again from Report, shows trend data about the more prevalent types, such as Cross-Site Scripting and SQL Injection. The period from 2006 to the present time seems to define the modern era of the vulnerability landscape, with an equal share originated in Web applications as are originated in traditional targets such as operating systems and legacy services like Vulnerable Assets. The data also indicates lifecycles with peaks, valleys, ebbs, and flows in the number of disclosed vulnerabilities. For example, PHP file-include vulnerabilities peaked in 2006, SQL Injection peaked in 2008, and Cross-Site Reference Forgery (CSRF) is ebbing slowly higher in recent years.

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Delving into the various Web application vulnerabilities reveals that Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) still comprises the most significant number of disclosed vulnerabilities, followed by SQL injection, and then Denial of Service (DoS). This is demonstrated in the second chart in . SQL Injection remains a popular option for database theft and drive-by SQL Injection by botnets. The ASPROX botnet overwrites portions of a compromised website's database to insert IFRAMES, which redirects website visitors to a malicious URL that infects the visitor's computer with malware, thereby adding it to the legions of zombie computers that make up the botnet.


web app vuln disclosure
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disclosure, which may or may not reflect the complete picture of vulnerability trends unfolding on the Internet. In an effort to get a clearer picture of the real world vulnerability landscape, the Application Security Center (ASC) has compiled results from over 100 security assessments performed against a variety of customer Web applications. The ASC team took a high-level snapshot approach, testing the applications for a cross-section of common vulnerabilities. Of the surveyed applications, an amazingly high 71% suffered from a command execution, SQL Injection, or Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability. It is important to note that any application that suffers from one of these types of vulnerabilities would fail a PCI compliance audit. Another 49% of the applications had at least one critical command execution or SQL injection vulnerability -- either one of which could allow a knowledgeable and determined attacker to completely compromise the system. Though small in comparison yet still disconcerting, 22% of the security-assessed applications were vulnerable to both SQL Injection and Cross-Site Scripting attacks. The assessment determined that Cross-Site Scripting existed in not only the highest percentage of applications, but also in the greatest quantity across all assessed systems. A minor positive note is that eleven of the application assessment scans returned no vulnerabilities in these categories. The following chart displays the overall statistics, broken down by percentage. Each percentage reflects how many sample applications were susceptible to the vulnerability labeled on the horizontal axis. Under the right circumstances, those could possibly lead to a complete system compromise. Twenty-two percent of applications were vulnerable to both SQL Injection and Cross-Site Scripting. Here's how the overall statistics break down by percentage. Each percentage reflects how many of our sample applications were susceptible to that specific type of vulnerability.