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Scan Your HTTP Headers and Find Vulnerabilities

Crashtest Security analyzes the HTTP security headers in your web app. It provides automated security reports with the detected vulnerabilities.

  • Integrate with more than 20 tools & systems
  • Fast security assessment with low false positives
  • Detect OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities: CSRF, XSS, XXE & many more
  • Automated online SaaS HTTP headers vulnerability scanner
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Flixbus
Instana
Ottonova
Atoss
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Features

HTTP header scanner features

Inserting a security header can prevent various hacking attempts. Our new generation security application makes your manual pentesting job faster and cheaper. Save time by letting Crashtest Security crawl your web app and detect all possible vulnerabilities related to HTTP headers. Ensuring user protection and getting compliant has never been easier.

All you need to do is follow the following steps. In less than 2 minutes, you’ll have your quick scan.

Create

Create and verify your scan target.

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Configure

Configure the credentials for the system and the application.

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CI Integration

Create a webhook and start a scan via the CI Integration.

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Set notifications

Integrate a chat notification system (Slack, Mattermost, Hangouts, and many more.)

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Download the report

Get reports with remediation guidance, risk assessments, and solutions for every vulnerability discovered.

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Benefits

Security HTTP headers testing benefits

  • Download PDF, JSON/XML, and CSV reports and share them effortlessly with colleagues, executives, and clients.
  • Reduce your hacking susceptibility and safeguard your users from the OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities.
  • Examine and assess the security of third-party components in your web app.
  • Use an automated tool and evaluate the security of web apps, APIs, and microservices.

Reports

Ample HTTP header security reports

The header security report automatically shows you every vulnerability found. Crashtest Security classifies the weaknesses in different risk levels for you and comes up with recommendations and suggestions on how to fix these issues.

Don’t lose time researching the solutions. You’ll find an exclusive wiki where we analyze in detail how to solve every HTTP header that you don’t have correctly set.

Extensive Vulnerability Findings

The report starts with an overview of your scan target, the severity of the reported vulnerabilities, and a checklist of exploited attack paths and scanner status.

Remediation Guidance

Each identified vulnerability contains risk classification, analysis, and remediation instructions.

List of Findings

Note which risks have been remedied or noted in the past

Continuous Security

More reasons for continuous HTTP header testing

Automated Pentesting

Perform regular black box pentests on your web assets and spend less on infrequent manual penetration tests.

Cybersecurity Risk Reduction

Benchmark your next release against OWASP Top 10 and other known vulnerabilities.

Schedule Scans

Match vulnerability scanning to your agile dev cycle.

Ensure Compliance

Scan every new release before deployment and ensure compliance with regulations and standards (HIPAA, GDPR, ISO, and many more).

Faster Vulnerability Detection

Detect and mitigate vulnerabilities quicker by scanning your web assets regularly.

Integrated Dev Pipeline

Integrate vulnerability scanning into your dev process and environment and shift security left.

FAQ

Security Headers

What is an HTTP Host header?

The HTTP host header is a request header that defines the domain to which a client (browser) wants to connect. This header is required because it is relatively common for servers to host webpages and apps at the same IP address. They don’t always know where to send the request, though.

When the server receives a request, it examines the host header parameter to see which domain should handle it and then sends it on its way. The header may be changed while being routed to the correct domain. This is where the injection of the host header may occur.

What is a content security policy?

Content Security Policy, introduced in November 2012, adds defence against several risks like XSS, Clickjacking, Protocol Downgrading, and Frame Injection. CSP looks to be on its way to becoming the most crucial client-side security tool soon since it serves as a replacement for security headers such as X-Frame-Options and X-XSS-Protection, which aren’t implemented by default.

What types of security headers do we find?

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We are analyzing https://example.com
wAAACH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAICRAEAOw== HTTP Header Scanner
Scanning target https://example.com
Scan status: In progress
Scan target: http://example.com/laskdlaksd/12lklkasldkasada.a
Date: 05/12/2022
Crashtest Security Suite will be checking for:
Information disclosure Known vulnerabilities SSL misconfiguration Open ports
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