Is Your Website or Web Application Hackable? Asher Security Provides Website Vulnerability and Penetration Testing for Free

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Asher Security provides website and web application vulnerability and penetration testing. Brady Osborne started Asher Security after a growing number of well-known websites were hacked such as Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, and even more recently, banks. After hearing about the hacked websites, Brady wanted to do something about it. Asher Security provides one free website vulnerability test per year, with additional tests being $99 per site. If vulnerabilities are found, the client has the option to purchase a report with the vulnerabilities and their locations. Asher Security is the second company Brady has started in addition to his current IT consulting company of 7 years. He currently holds half a dozen certifications and has experience in the IT field for over 10 years.

Many websites that operate on the web today are at serious risk of being hacked if someone intentionally tried.

Is your website hackable? “As many as 70% of websites contain dangerous vulnerabilities,” says Asher Security founder Brady Osborne. “Many websites that operate on the web today are at serious risk of being hacked if someone intentionally tried.” Asher Security is the second company Brady has started in addition to his current IT consulting company of 7 years. Brady started Asher Security after a growing number of well-known websites were hacked such as Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, and even more recently, banks. After hearing about the hacked websites, Brady wanted to do something about it. “Anything from an unchanging one page website to a full-fledged corporate website can be hacked using the right tools and knowledge.” Asher Security offers one website vulnerability test free per year, additional tests for $99, and if vulnerabilities are found, a full-color report may be purchased that contains all vulnerabilities found and where they are located. Asher Security operates in an undisclosed location, but does have a billing address located in Tulsa, OK. When we asked Brady why the location was private his response was, “to protect the privacy and liability of our clients and ourselves.” Asher Security services clients anywhere in the world who want to ensure their website is protected from hackers. Of course, proper verification and ownership is required before a website is tested, along with a written agreement signed by the person in charge of the website. Brady currently holds half a dozen certifications and has experience in the IT field for over 10 years. Asher Security may be reached online at ashersecurity.com, or by phone at 1-866-936-1831.

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