Automated Vulnerability Detection and Prediction by Security Testing for Cloud SAAS

  title={Automated Vulnerability Detection and Prediction by Security Testing for Cloud SAAS},
  author={S. Krishnaveni and Senthil Prabakaran and S. Sivamohan},
  journal={Indian journal of science and technology},
Background: Cloud SaaS becomes a susceptible target because its shares the application access and data among various tenants. So the careful security testing is necessary to avoid the security problems .As per the recent Survey done by OWASP reveals that SQL injection and Cross Site Scripting (XSS) are two of the most serious vulnerabilities in cloud based applications today, because of most dangerous attacks gets exploited and steal the user’s credentials such as cookie, credit card number etc… 
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