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SQL Injection

Attackers exploit vulnerabilities in SQL databases to inject malware and manipulate your commands. The SiteLock checks SQL vulnerabilies so you never lose control over your server.

Cross Site
Scripting (XSS)

The purpose of XSS is to obtain sensitive user data. For this purpose vulnerabilities can take the form of a fake entry form that can be utilised in web applications through which the attacker infiltrates scripts to the user.

Cross Site Request
Forgery (CSRF)

A CSRF is a type of malicious exploit of a website whereby unauthorised commands are transmitted from a user that the website trusts.

Incorrect
Authentication

Functions for authentication and session management are often flawed or insufficiently protected, and attackers can use them to get access to identity theft user names, passwords, session tokens, or other information.

Invalidated redirects
and forwards

Web applications often redirect users to other sites. This allows for users to be sent to phishing or malware sites without realising it.

Insecure Direct
Object References

A hacker can gain unauthorized access to certain implementation objects such as files, directories or database entries through a loophole.

Poor protection of
sensitive data

Many web applications don’t have proper encryption to be able to protect sensitive data such as credit card information or login information. Hackers can take advantage of this vulnerability to steal data while it’s being transmitted.

Missing Function
Level Access Control

Many web applications check that this function is disabled before it is visible to the user. If this does not happen, hackers can take advantage of this loophole to obtain access to certain functions without authorisation.

Components with
vulnerabilities

Components such as libraries, frameworks and other software modules are often designed with full privileges. If a component has a weak point, it can be easily exploited by hackers, which can then gain control over the server and website.