Probe.ly

Intuitive and easy-to-use webapp vulnerability scanner

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Probe.ly finds vulnerabilities or security issues in web applications and provides guidance on how to fix them. Probe.ly was built having developers in mind. Despite its sleek and intuitive web interface, Probe.ly follows an API-First development approach, providing all features through an API. Get Secure!

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Celso Martinho
Alex Santos
 +3 reviews
  • Alex Santos
    Alex SantosHead of Investments
    Pros: 

    100% SaaS and constant pen testing solution for a fraction of the typical specialized services that you have to contract

    Cons: 

    Does not cover yet all that you can get from professtional high end services

    Great interface

    Focused on helping developers

    Alex Santos has used this product for one year.

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Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job!! 😊 where all these product can be used on ? Give us a walkthrough?
Davor Petreski
Davor PetreskiMaker@petreskidavor
@ayush_chandra Hey Ayush! Thanks for the kind words, we appreciate them. Our product (Probe.ly) is a Web Application vulnerability scanner. So basically, if you are developing, or already have some kind of Web Application, and you want to improve it's security Probe.ly is the product for you :D ! When you add a target (WebApp) to Probe.ly, and verify that it is yours, Probe.ly scans the target for vulnerabilities in the code (such as SQL Injection, Cross-site scripting etc.) and reports back to you on how to fix them. Then after you fix your vulnerabilities, you can do a countless amount of scans in case you want to double check for new vulnerabilities, or in case you have an updated version of your WebApp that you would like to scan. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask!
Celso Martinho
Celso Martinho@celsomartinho
This product comes from the best infosec team I know in Portugal. They've been working with webapp security for years.