Application security is a term used to collectively describe the technologies that can be used to protect web and other Internet facing applications from attack. There are many kinds of vulnerability and defense mechanisms that fall into the realm of application security. Examples of vulnerabilities include those outlined in the OWASP top 10 such as session management, cross-site scripting, authorization problems, SQL injection attacks, and general web platform security issues. Many known issues can be mitigated by deploying KEMP LoadMaster with our Web Application Firewall (WAF) installed with WAF updates enabled. This ensures that KEMP experts who are tasked with tracking security issues can remotely pass their experience and expertise on to clients.
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