beSTORM is a software you install on your servers. One component of beSTORM (the monitoring component) is installed on the server where your product is installed, and the other component – the one that initiates the testing – can be installed on that same server or on a separate machine on the network to increase throughput and allow more realistic testing scenarios.
Articles in this section
- What do I need to use beSTORM? Do I access it via the Internet or do I license and install the software on my own servers?
- How is beSTORM different from other security products available today?
- What other alternatives are available to software vendors?
- How is beSTORM different than Automated Scanning?
- How does beSTORM test for security holes during the development cycle without the need for source code?
- Is beSTORM easy to use?
- Who will use beSTORM?
- How does beSTORM work?
- Why are tools that monitor software vulnerabilities growing in importance? Aren’t the majority of problems focused on operating systems?
- How does vulnerability assessment help alleviate security problems in software?