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This e-book explores how many of the risks associated with scanning can be avoided with careful planning and by focusing your scans on exploring where and how a system is vulnerable to attack and not trying to simulate an actual attack. Continue reading to learn more about scanning production applications, and get all of your toughest application security questions from experts.  Access >>>

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  • Scan strategy: Running security scans against production applications must be carefully planned and focused exercises

 

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