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Free tool to Check Website Security, Mobile app, SSL Security & Phishing Test

ImmuniWeb launches a free website security test tool that organizations can utilize for testing their programs for vulnerabilities and PCI DSS requirements.

Organizations can utilize the tool to run security testing and compliance of their external web applications.

Once the test is launched it checks for PCI DSS requirements 6.2, 6.5 and 6.6 and scans website and checks fingerprint versions of more than 100 frameworks and over 165,000 of their plugins.

The tool checks over 20 HTTP headers that associated with security, encryption or privacy with best industry security practices.

It checks for all known vulnerabilities and Assesses Content Security Policy to prevent XSS, CSRF, ransomware and Cryptojacking attacks.

So far, among almost 40 million public websites tested, only 9.74% contain up2date software, 2.07% satisfy the aforementioned PCI DSS requirements, and as few as 2.39% are protected with a WAF”

You can access the Free Website Security Test tool from here, to test your website for PCI DSS compliance, check CMS security, CSP and web server security hardening, and privacy issues.

Also, you can check the security of the iOS & Android application, by just uploading the mobile app or entering the name of it from Google Play.

Phishing is one of the biggest threat, attackers follow a number of innovative social engineering methods to lure the victim’s login credentials. Here is the tool to run phishing test to find cybersquatted, typosquatted and phishing infringing your trademarks or spoofing your brand.

Ilia Kolochenko, CEO and Founder or ImmuniWeb, says: “Our free community offering enables our company to maintain sustainable relations with the community, get valuable feedback and actionable data on the global state of application security.”

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