AuditMark's Web Security Solutions
AuditMark is a Web Security company that aims to produce best of breed, science-backed, security products to help protect Web Applications and its users from Web attacks. Our solutions span across two areas: Web Application Security and Web Traffic Auditing. The first area includes products such as JScrambler and Active Website Protection. Both focus on putting the first line of defense right on the client-side, mitigating threats before they turn into real problems. We can also help you minimize the risk of being attacked by auditing your Website. There are too many ways of breaking the security controls of your web application, and your development team should not have to be security experts to guarantee the safety of your website infra-structure. Along the way, AuditMark has accumulated knowledge and experience in Web Security. This knowledge is available to our clients through security consultancy. We have experience helping companies from security architecting design and review, security testing, to code protection consultancy. In the Web Traffic Auditing area, we have two innovative click auditing technologis to help you find click fraud in your website.
Web Application Security
Active Website Protection (AWP)The best protection for your web application. The only scalable and efficient solution for mitigating Man-in-the-Browser attacks.
Web Security AuditingFind and mitigate vulnerabilities in your websites in a safe controlled way, before others do. Prevention is always the best defense.
Code Protection ConsultancyWe help you redefine your software development processes in order to protect your code from outside and inside threats.
Security TrainingThe best protection for your web application. The only scalable and efficient solution for mitigating Man-in-the-Browser attacks.
Web Traffic Auditing
Browser ReconnaissanceVery accurate click auditing technology to find when someone used automated click tool to generate clicks on your website.
User TrackingClick auditing technology which correlates when a click was performed by the same user/machine empersonating multiple users.