XSSXSS is the most prevalent web application security flaw.
XSS flaws occur when an application includes user supplied data in a page sent to the browser without properly validating or escaping that content. There are three known types of XSS flaws: 1) Stored, 2) Reflected, and 3) DOM based XSS. Detection of most XSS flaws is fairly easy via testing or code analysis.AppCurity Solution
SQLISQL Injection flaws are introduced when software developers create dynamic database queries that include user supplied input.
To avoid SQL injection flaws is simple. Developers need to either: a) stop writing dynamic queries; and/or b) prevent user supplied input which contains malicious SQL from affecting the logic of the executed query.AppCurity Solution
CSRFCSRF takes advantage of the fact that most web apps allow attackers to predict particular actions.
Because browsers send credentials like session cookies, attackers can create malicious web pages which generate forged requests that are indistinguishable from legitimate ones. Detection of CSRF flaws can be done via penetration testing.AppCurity Solution
DDOSThe Denial of Service (DoS) attack is focused on making a resource unavailable.
Sometimes the attacker can inject and execute arbitrary code while performing a DoS attack in order to access critical information. Denial-of-service attacks significantly degrade service producing, excessive service interruptions, resulting in direct impact on availability.AppCurity Solution