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white hat

n
(Computer Science) informal
a. a computer hacker who is hired by an organization to undertake nonmalicious hacking work in order to discover computer-security flaws
b. (as modifier): a white-hat hacker. Compare black hat
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3] WhiteHat Security, "Web applications security statistics report 2016," 2016.
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WhiteHat Security has joined the FS-ISAC affiliate program, the company said.
The report by WhiteHat Security also notes that most of the time the sites contain more than just a single vulnerability.
We have recently successfully attracted a number of leading cyber security investors including Proofpoint, Whitehat and Rapid7.
IBM was seen as the most important vendor in the space, but it was Veracode's and WhiteHat Security's products that ranked highest with their customers.
For example, WhiteHat 2013 demonstrated that 86% of the tested websites had 1 to 56 serious vulnerabilities and only 61% of the vulnerabilities could be resolved, but doing so required an average of 193 days from first customer notification.
Wineberg says his actions were "completely lawful and within the requirements specified by Facebook's Whitehat program.
Web Security: A WhiteHat Perspective is for any company looking to improve their information security strategies, and provides an in-depth guide to the topic designed for managers who want to build a more effective security system.
In contrast, whitehat SEO is ethical; its practitioners eschew black-hat techniques.
based WhiteHat Security's Website Security Statistics Report.
There are few good technical options for securing the machines, according to Jeremiah Grossman, founder of WhiteHat Security.