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Open and Exposed Databases: Risks and Mitigation Techniques Explained.
SecurityTrails Blog · Nov 24 2021 · by Esteban Borges

Open and Exposed Databases: Risks and Mitigation Techniques Explained

Databases are among the most important parts of a web application. Almost every action performed on your web application involves using a database in some form to determine what to perform next, to store a user’s input, or to give a user information. These three user interactions form the most essential functions that a web application performs.

AutoRecon: A Multi-Threaded Network Reconnaissance Tool.
SecurityTrails Blog · Nov 17 2021 · by Esteban Borges

AutoRecon: A Multi-Threaded Network Reconnaissance Tool

With organizations’ digital footprints growing larger and larger, network recon and the enumeration of services available over the public internet has become a critical area in the security of an organization. And given the increased number of vulnerabilities and threats targeting web applications, performing automated recon and service enumeration is ever more important.

Aquatone: An HTTP-Based Attack Surface Visual Inspection Tool.
SecurityTrails Blog · Oct 28 2021 · by Esteban Borges

Aquatone: An HTTP-Based Attack Surface Visual Inspection Tool

Attack surface management has become one of the most critical aspects of any website on the public internet. Simply knowing your attack surface is no longer enough— and effectively managing it with tools like Aquatone has become the norm. Combining Aquatone with popular tools like OWASP Amass helps improve and streamline website attack surface management even further.

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