- 19 November 2020 03:16
ImmuniWeb Community Edition 2.0 Brings Turbocharged Testing Capacities
ImmuniWeb is excited to see a daily number of Community Edition tests rapidly surpassing the bar of 100,000 free tests. At ImmuniWeb, we believe that foundational application security and related cyber resilience capacities should be available to anyone at no cost, rather like a basic income. This is why at ImmuniWeb, the Community Edition is free and easily accessible to everyone round the clock.
Our software engineers are continuously working to make Community Edition better and faster, and we are grateful to our growing audience for bringing new ideas on how to make it even more comprehensive and inclusive. Today, we are happy to announce a major update labeled Community Edition 2.0. for the wide spectrum of substantial improvements:
Among the major improvements for our free Website Security Test are:
Detection of over 300 CMS and web frameworks with over 160,000 plugins and extensions. Detection of over 8,900 JS libraries from 6,800 vendors with a total of over 200,000 versions. Detection and testing of the mobile version of a website if different from the desktop version. Enhanced GDPR testing for multilanguage versions of privacy policies. Enhanced WAF fingerprinting and detection.
Among the major improvements for our free Mobile Security Test are:
Additional privacy and security tests from OWASP MSTG and MASVS guidelines. Testing Android applications from 3 new Android App Stores: Huawei, Mi and F-Droid. Testing iOS applications from Cydia to enable jailbroken users to test their apps too. Better DAST testing thanks to automated SSL-pining bypass. Testing of obfuscated applications.
Among the major improvements for our free Dark Web Exposure Test are:
Deeper insights on the Dark Web incident including risk-scoring and incident types. Detection of a larger number of phishing and fraud websites thanks to in-house honeypots. Detection of a larger number of malware websites thanks to new threat intelligence lists. Better detection of cyber and typo-squatting thanks to Machine Learning technology. Storage of relevant details of malicious resources to facilitate investigations.
Furthermore, each free test of the Community Edition now can be accessed via a premium API to make unlimited number of tests per day. The premium API can be easily purchased online in a few clicks, and then used for testing via the Community Edition web interface or as a traditional API. Moreover, corporate users can now securely share the number of supplementary tests, provided by the premium API, with their colleagues who have email address on the same domain name.
Public schools, universities, local governmental entities and non-for-profit organizations duly registered in their countries can get the premium API for free to monitor and protect their resources and stakeholders without spending their scarce budgets amid the pandemic.
Ilia Kolochenko, CEO and Chief Architect at ImmuniWeb says: “While our targeted audience at ImmuniWeb is composed of medium and large-sized enterprise customers from highly regulated sectors of economy, ImmuniWeb’s Community Edition is an important part of our DNA.
Thousands of startups, students and SMEs are using our Community Edition on a daily basis to get unhindered access to foundational security resources and tools. Many of them eventually become successful cybersecurity professionals, leaders or entrepreneurs, and help us to build a sustainable cybersecurity industry. We are delighted to see that the number of tests is gradually growing, while we receive inspiring feedback from the audience every single day.
Alongside the improvements, we also implemented a premium API for larger customers and professional cybersecurity companies, who also figure among Community Edition users, to enable them to run many tests simultaneously and to share access among their teams in a DevSecOps-native manner. Being a global application security company, we now have solutions virtually for any need. More exciting announcements are coming soon, please stay tuned.”
The new capacities of ImmuniWeb Community Edition perfectly resonate with rapidly evolving regulations, such as the recent update by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) related to Open-Source Software (OSS).