Applications need to be secured against threats that exist today and new exploits that are found every day. Triggre automatically protects your application from these and many other attacks.
Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
One of the most common techniques hackers use is injection. With an injection attack, a hacker tries to insert code in form fields. When the form is submitted, the code is executed if the application is not sufficiently protected. Triggre prevents all types of injection attacks automatically for you.
Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
Cross Site Request Forgery, also called CSRF, is an attack where another application is trying to steal the user’s identity. A forged request is sent to the application, which, if not sufficiently protected, will execute the requested action. Triggre has built-in security features that actively prevent request forgery attacks.