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Website security scanner NSIA

The ThreatFactor NSIA is a website security scanner that can detect most common security risks found on a website. The application does not require any software installation on the server. It uses an advanced analysis engine that is capable of detecting a wide variety of issues.

With the free NSIA, it is possible to detect the following security issues commonly found on a website.

1. It detects changes because of website defacements, and checks for users’ privacy such as username and password accessible to outside the site.

2. Detects whether the site infects the visitors, and it detects whether the site has been modified in such a way to send private customer information such as login information to a third party.

3. Sensitive Information Leaks - Websites can leak sensitive information through detailed error messages, files that were not intended to serve to the public and misinformed blogger employees.

T4. hreatFactor can also detect website system problems such as broken links, poorly configured servers, expired SSL certificates, etc

More information and download ThreatFactor NSIA at source


  1. Thanks for the application. I will download it from the source.


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