Vegas review | TechRadar

Vega is a free, open-source web security scanner (opens in new tab) written in Java and created to help cybersecurity professionals find and fix various web vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), shell injection, remote file inclusion (RFI), disclosure of sensitive information, and much more. Vega can also be used to probe TLS/SSL security settings and pinpoint possibilities for strengthening the security of TLS/SSL servers.

The security company standing behind this web scanner is Subgraph and it was set up in 2010 in Montreal (Quebec, Canada) where it still stands strong. In addition to Vega, the company has created the Subgraph operating system (OS) and a Tor client Orchid, and they offer other application security services such as penetration testing, code review, and training in secure web development.

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