Security testing for small and medium businesses.
Free vulnerability scanning forever
Our Free plan comes with no limits on the number of IP addresses and URLs, and no limits on the number of vulnerability scans you can run. Unlike free trials, free versions or community editions of other vulnerability assessment tools, you no longer have to choose between your web servers, Windows servers, network devices or virtual machines.
Get started in 5 minutes
Take the first step towards better vulnerability management without the complexity and steep learning curve. Our web-based solution provides you with an easy-to-use interface to manage your security testing. Simply add your IP address or URL to start a scan and use our portal to get the issues and recommended security measures.
You should not require a ton of documentation, training or certification to use a vulnerability scanner.
Find security bugs in your code
Easy-to-use vulnerability scanner
Our cloud-based security tools consists of a network vulnerability scanner, website vulnerability scanner and a static code analyzer. This easy-to-use solution helps you run network vulnerability tests, boost your web application security and analyze your source code to detect hard-to-find issues. Get started with our free vulnerability scanner.
Web Applications and Servers at Risk
While ransomware, phishing and insider threats make for interesting headlines, hacking is still the reason for almost half of data breaches. And 1 in 5 breaches were caused by errors and misconfigurations.
Keeping your network perimeter secure must be the number one priority. Actual data shows that 70% of data breaches are committed by external hackers and more often than not, the targets are internet-facing web servers and applications.
Regular vulnerability detection helps you find web application, operating system or configuration issues, reducing the likelihood of you becoming the next data breach victim.
Vulnerability scanning and penetration testing are the two main methods by which an organization tests its network against attackers. What’s the difference between the two?
During penetration testing, a skilled security professional (or a security team) acts like a hacker and tries to come up with novel and creative ways to get into your systems.
As more small businesses embark on digital initiatives, they are exposed to cyber risks and find it more difficult to stop hackers. How does a business with limited IT resources prevent hacking?