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What does CWV stand for?

CWV stands for Common Web Vulnerabilities


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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Through its 'Site Smart' technology, AppScan learns the unique behavior of each Web application, and delivers the widest array of attack variants to test and validate vulnerabilities, including all application specific and common Web vulnerabilities, and tests for Web services technologies such as .
Features of AppScan QA for Mercury TestDirector include: Intelligent Testing--AppScan's intelligent testing engine provides automatic test creation, modification and maintenance processes needed to test and act on remediation of security defects including common Web vulnerabilities, application specific defects and any Web-based XML/SOAP application.
Web Services Support--delivers widest array of attack variants to test for emerging Web services technologies, including XML and SOAP vulnerabilities, application specific vulnerabilities (ASVs) and common Web vulnerabilities (CWVs); intelligent validation system tests for known and unknown vulnerabilities in IBM WebSphere, Microsoft .
The most powerful vulnerability assessment tool for Web applications, AppScan extends Internet security assessments through all phases of the application lifecycle with the most advanced validation tests for both common web vulnerabilities (CWVs) and application-specific vulnerabilities (ASVs).
The most powerful vulnerability assessment tool for Web applications, AppScan extends Internet security assessments through all phases of the application lifecycle with the most advanced validation tests for both common web vulnerabilities (CWVs) and application-specific vulnerabilities (ASVs).
AppScan's advanced validation mechanism delivers the widest array of attack variants to test, automatically validate and provide fix advisories for both Common Web Vulnerabilities (CWVs) and application-specific vulnerabilities, such as cross-site scripting, SQL injection and other source code disclosure vulnerabilities.