Drupal Security

Drupal Vulnerability Monitoring & Scanning

Putting in aggressive option uses which uses the brute force that kills the theme and module/plugin paths in an attempt to break your website. Get complete information about the extras known vulnerabilities that can be exploited or further security testing can be more targeted.
The best part is that Drupal Scanner will do a routine check against a database of more than a million known vulnerabilities. There are more than 300 known Drupal-centric vulnerabilities that affect the platform, and a majority of it involve cross-site scripting (XSS).
Drupal vulnerability scanner will help you to be safe with your security issues and ensures that no element is left out that can compromise your website status.
Drupal Security Scanner

Securing your Drupal Website

Since Drupal is an open source platform, there are numerous security plugins developed to protect your site against brute force attacks. Some of the factors that ensure the website is safe.
Communication encryption
If your communication with your customers isn’t encrypted, anyone can listen and/or tamper data. Encrypt your traffic properly.
Cross-site scripting (XSS) protection
A cross-site scripting attack — or XSS — happens when an attacker injects malicious code into the victim's browser. Even though XSS is a technique that’s been around a while, it remains a major threat vector. Among many other things, triggering XSS vulnerabilities can lead to account takeover, cookie theft, phishing, and keylogging.
SQL/NoSQL injection protection
A SQL or NoSQL injection is the art of modifying the structure of a database query in a way that was not intended by the developers. The most important leaks can be caused by SQL injections since they could allow for full database access.
For more than 15 years SQL injections have been one of the biggest threats to web applications. But if you think SQL injections are part of the past, check out this SQL injection hall of fame list for the most famous ones.
DDoS protection
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks is meant to shut down your application and make it unavailable to your customers. Denial of service is typically accomplished by flooding the targeted application with requests in an attempt to overload systems and prevent some or all legitimate requests from being fulfilled.
Clickjacking protection
Clickjacking happens when an attacker fools a user into clicking a link that was not intended to be. This might reveal confidential information or allow the attacker to take control of the victim's computer.
Protection against MIME confusion attacks
MIME sniffing allows browsers to interpret the contents of an app even if it wasn’t properly set by the web server. This improves users’ experience, but also creates a vehicle of attack called MIME confusion attacks.
MIME confusion attacks allow attackers to craft and upload malicious files that will be rendered by the browser.
Account Takeover protection
An account takeover happens when an attacker obtains a user’s login credentials to take over their online accounts.
Account takeovers are very lucrative for hackers. They can be used to perform financial fraud, spamming, phishing, virtual currency or cryptocurrency fraud, etc.
Targeted account takeover attacks against privileged users like clients or admins also present a big risk. The attack surface being more important this is usually a good place for a motivated attacker to look for vulnerabilities.