Appsecure allows businesses to deliver their online applications securely, protecting websites without the need for costly appliances or security expertise.
Today’s commercially motivated hackers are targeting valuable data on corporate web servers. Skillfully crafted attacks penetrate unprotected sites without leaving a trace, stealing financial data, such as credit card numbers and other personal details from the site’s customers.
Appsecure is a Web application firewall service that provides application level security to customer’s hosted with Netmagic and is powered by dotDefender from Applicure Technologies. This service complements Netmagic’s other offerings in its Infrasecure portfolio and allows the customer to benefit from an end to end security offering from a single vendor.
Appsecure safeguards data, ensures PCI DSS 6.6 compliance and maximizes website availability. With Appsecure protecting your website, your already overloaded resources can concentrate on strategic business activities, rather than dealing with security and compliance issues. Appsecure allows businesses to deliver their online applications securely, protecting websites without the need for costly appliances or security expertise.
Appsecure, powered by dotDefender, is based on three powerful security engines. These 3 security engines protect the types and methods of hacking detailed in the Service features section:
Protects against malicious behavior such as SQL injection and Cross Site Scripting. The patterns are designed efficiently and accurately to identify application-level attacks. As a consequence, dotDefender is characterized by an extremely low false positive rate.
Focuses on the user session. Session Protection prevents session cookie tampering and blocks attempts to crash the server or reduce server performance by flooding the application with multiple requests on the same session. Session attacks include Session Hijacking, application denial of service (DoS) and cookie tampering.
This security engine uses signatures to detect requests from known malicious sources such as bots, zombies and spammers. It identifies bad user agents and prevents hacking tools from gathering information about vulnerabilities in Web applications. Signature attacks include Compromised / Hacked Servers, Anti-Proxy protection.