Web Application Security

July 8, 2016

As with any new class of technology, web applications have brought with them a new range of security vulnerabilities. The set of most commonly encountered defects has evolved somewhat over time. New attacks have been conceived that were not considered when existing applications were developed. Some problems have become less prevalent as awareness of them has increased. New technologies have been developed that have introduced new possibilities for exploitation. Some categories of fl aws have largely gone away as the result of changes made to web browser software.

The most serious attacks against web applications are those that expose sensitive data or gain unrestricted access to the back-end systems on which the application is running. High-profi le compromises of this kind continue to occur frequently. For many organizations, however, any attack that causes system downtime is a critical event. Application-level denial-of-service attacks can be used to achieve the same results as traditional resource exhaustion attacks against infrastructure. However, they are often used with more subtle techniques and objectives. They may be used to disrupt a particular user or service to gain a competitive edge against peers in the realms of fi nancial trad ing, gaming, online bidding, and ticket reservations.

Throughout this evolution, compromises of prominent web applications have remained in the news. There is no sense that a corner has been turned and that these security problems are on the wane. By some measure, web application security is today the most signifi cant battleground between attackers and those with computer resources and data to defend, and it is likely to remain so for the foreseeable future.

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Why Comptra?

Because Comptra is only working on the channel by selling though the resellers but to the end users. We believe by adding the value to the channel and by using the arms and hands of others we can push the products in the market in various region and domains more efficiently in terms of both quantity and services.

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Value Added channel program

Comptra works on the resellers qualification by handling the training classes in our Academy. Thanks to our great services from our vendors we certify them, we give them the experience of hands-on training classes and certify them. This makes the resellers and channels to work on their value added business by providing the services and after sales.

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Wide range of products

We in Comptra believe that we have to provide all the requirements of one project in terms of both Hardware and Software which can be defined as Bundle most of the time. In this case thanks to our great portfolio Bama security deals with the best brands in the domain for all UTMs, Data Storage and End Points.