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Web application vulnerability statistics of 2012

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With years of experience and valuable insights of our cloud based application security testing, the prevailing website vulnerability trends are discovered. The study is based on our original research …

With years of experience and valuable insights of our cloud based application security testing, the prevailing website vulnerability trends are discovered. The study is based on our original research on more than 5000 tests covering 300+ customers distributed globally.

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  • 1. Web Application Vulnerability Statistics of 2012 1
  • 2. Background• iViZ – Cloud based Application Penetration Testing • Zero False Positive Guarantee • Business Logic Testing with 100% WASC (Web Application Security Consortium) class coverage• Funded by IDG Ventures• 30+ Zero Day Vulnerabilities discovered• 10+ Recognitions from Analysts and Industry• 300+ Customers 2
  • 3. Research Methodology• Application security Data Collection • 300+ Customers • 5,000 + Application Security Tests• 25% Apps from Asia, 40% Apps from USA and 25% from Europe 3
  • 4. Key Findings• 99% of the Apps tested had at least 1 vulnerability• 82% of the web application had at least 1 High/Critical Vulnerability• 90% of hacking incidents never gets known to public• Very low correlation between Security and Compliance (Correlation Coefficient: 0.2)• Average number of vulnerability per website: 35• 30% of the hacked organizations knew the vulnerability (for which they got hacked) beforehand• #1 Vulnerability: Cross site scripting (61%)• #1 Secure vertical: Banking• #1 Vulnerable Vertical: Retail 4
  • 5. Average number of Vulnerabilities 5
  • 6. Top 5 Application FlawsPercentage of websites containing the “Type of Vulnerability” 6
  • 7. 5 Common Business Logic Flaws• Weak Password recovery• Abusing Discount Logic/Coupons• Denial of Service using Business Logic• Price Manipulation during Transaction• Insufficient Server Side Validation (One Time Password (OTP) bypass) 7
  • 8. Which are the most vulnerable Industry Verticals? Average number of Vulnerabilities per Application 8
  • 9. Application Security Posture by Geography Average number of Vulnerability per Application 9
  • 10. Thank You!!For more Information please visit www.ivizsecurity.com www.ivizsecurity.com/blog/ 10