Template Based Vulnerability Scanner
Tejas Jadhav, Kiran Marne, Gaurav Popalghat, Sayyed Kashifali Parvejali
Vulnerability, vulnerability assessment, Shodan, Nessus, Burp Suite, National Vulnerability Database
In today’s world, Cyber security has become an essential leap in the form of jobs and education. But the reality is that only a few are aware of the significant web vulnerabilities. Some statistical studies show that small-scale industries are directly and indirectly connected to the Internet. Still, they are not aware of the substantial web vulnerabilities of their web application. Since website hosting has become common nowadays, most web applications are prone to attacks and malicious attacks of web applications. Assessing and avoiding these vulnerabilities requires deep knowledge of these vulnerabilities. There are numerous online scanners available on the Internet that provide only paid limited service. The tools are made in a way that they can only operate in a command line interface or any programming language. So, it is difficult for an average person to use the scanners without previous knowledge. This paper presents a vulnerability scanner that scans the website and detects specific vulnerabilities, along with its location and solution.
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Unique Paper ID: 157281

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 409 - 501
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