A hacker’s malicious payload makes the web application execute commands that are not intended and lead to unauthorized data access. Our experts can help you with appropriate security measures to resolve this.
Broken Authentication Access Control
Broken access control can lead to privilege escalation. Due to this, hackers gain access to information that contains administration rights and can access user accounts, and modify the sensitive data of their choice.
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
This method grants access to a hacker to execute scripts in the user’s browser and leads to session hijacking, and website redirection to a malicious page. TECEZE experts can help you with appropriate firewalls.
Web applications and APIs often do not protect confidential information such as credit card numbers, or social security numbers of users. Data leakage in any organisation leads to identity theft, and more.
Session hijacking occurs when an attacker takes over an authenticated session between a user and a web application. Once the attacker gains access to a session ID, they can access the application as legitimate users.
Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
CSRF attacks usually involve the attacker sending a malicious request to the application, which is executed with authenticated privileges. CSRF attacks can result in a range of consequences including financial losses.