Web Application Security for Dummies - Qualys Limited Edition (Mike Shema)

 
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Web Application Security for Dummies - Qualys Limited Edition (Mike Shema)

Security for web applications can appear to be a difficult, complicated task. This book serves as a quick reference for understanding how to secure your website.

It examines the best procedures for setting up a routine program to quickly identify vulnerabilities in your website using a web application scanner.

Everything concerning web application security is easily explained in this book. You will understand how to utilize a web application security scanner to swiftly identify vulnerabilities and fix them for greater security after reading this book. You'll discover:

  • Why web security matters
  • How to establish a web app security program
  • The benefits of automated scanning
  • How automation can ease finding and fixing web app vulnerabilities

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(2011); eBook (Compliments of Qualys)
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Free eBook is Complimented by Qualys
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PDF

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