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DAST Vulnerabilities

DAST refers to "Dynamic Application Security Testing", and it is performed by searching vulnerabilities in dynamic environments such as url end points and servers.

Currently, the following three libraries have active methods


This library checks environments and endpoints that host our clients applications and reviews vulnerabilities in the http responses, such as missing or miss configured headers.


This library checks environments for vulnerabilities related to connections, handshakes and other server-related checks.


This library checks cloud environments safely scanning the configuration of the client.

Currently, only AWS configurations have methods, which check vulnerabilities in the client infrastructure using the boto3 library.