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Our Web Application Pentest ( WAP) attempts to address the Owasp top 10 & SANS top 20 web application vulnerabilities and other exploitable loopholes of your web application . Along with it our WAP team also test web applications for Business logic flaws that can directly or indirectly effect the functioning of application.


We are here to help you solve your biggest query- where and how to start? CDI has brought various courses in Ethical Hacking in Chandigarh where all you technology lovers will be given the much needed push to move forward and create a niche for yourself in the field. From Beginner to Expert level we have many kinds of training patterns.

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NextGEN Gallery WordPress Plugin is Vulnerable- Millions of Websites Are At Risk     The “NextGEN Gallery” plugin is the fifth most famous plugin of WordPress. According to Wikipedia, till July 2016 this plugin had been installed by 15 million users. The number of current users could be very high. The “NextGEN Gallery” is an open source image management plugin. The web admins are using this plugin to manage image media of their websites. Millions of website

@Cryptolulz666 Hacked Hong Kong’s “The Standard Newspaper” & “Dutch Chamber of Commerce”     A few days ago, we wrote an article about the hack of “IIT Kharagpur” and “IIT Bombay” which had been hacked by an INDIAN hacker Cryptolulz (@Cryptolulz666 on twitter). This hacker is the former member of a hacking group “Powerful Greek Army” which is famous for hacking various go

Indian Embassies Hacked By Two Grey Hat Hackers!     A security expert who breaks laws sometimes to get into any system but doesn't harm the system by doing any malicious activity is called “Grey Hat Hacker”. The databases of Indian Embassies, which are located in Mali, Italy, Malawi, Switzerland, Romania and Libya have been breached by two grey hat hackers. The databases of these embassies were vulnerable to SQLi Attack 

2 out of 3 Web Applications are vulnerable! Netsparker said! Application Security Company Netsparker said, after a survey they came to know that 2 out of every three web applications are vulnerable to the most dangerous attacks SQL Injection and Cross Site Scripting (XSS). This is the result of internal code errors made by the web application developers. Less skills of developers is also a big reason behind it. Netsparker select 396 total web applications for testing under this survey. After

Brief Report on SQL Injection! In the news, we hear about data breach of any company almost every week. These news often reports about major companies are  losing millions of banking transactions details, credit card details, usernames and  passwords by the cybercriminals.       Imperva (a Product Based Cyber Security Company) released a recent report on Web Application Attacks and said SQL Injection (SQLi) is on its higher level as compared to the las