Cumulus - Web Application Weakness Monitoring, It Would Be Working By Add Just 3 Codelines

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  • Cumulus is a service that helps you monitor and fix security weakness
    in realtime. The issues will be reported on web dashboard. It's very simple and powerful.



    Key features
    Just install SDK to web front, can be found security weakness on service

    • SDK detect weakness from Inner Layer, dinamically (ex_ DOM Event, XHR Request)
    • Scanner detect weakness from Out Layer, statically (ex_ Crawl of web resources and analysis that)| Name | Origin | Description |
      | --- | --- | --- |
      | XSS | SDK | When user input a xss pattern string, trigger detection of XSS |
      | SQLInjection | SDK | When user input a sqlinjection pattern, trigger detection of SQLInjection |
      | Sensitive Payload | SDK | When requesting with sensitive payload. for example, unencoded raw password |
      | File Upload | SDK | When user embed any file worried for system. for example, web shell |
      | Unnecessary Comment | Scanner | Code comments are on the served HTML or JS |
      | Directory Traversal | Scanner | Detect directory listing vulnerability |
      | Guessing | Scanner | Detect sensitive page like admin |
      | Unobfuscated Code | Scanner | Detect unobfuscated vulnerable codes |
      If you think about able to detect additional weakness, please contribute on SDK or Scanner
      Cumulus SDK for JavaScript
      The official Cumulus SDK for JavaScript, providing as npm

    Note: current version is unsupported version on typescript project but we considering now and gonna make it, quickly! (#2)

    Installation
    To install a SDK, simply add package like belows:

    npm install --save https://github.com/tophat-cloud/cumulus  
    yarn add https://github.com/tophat-cloud/cumulus  
    

    Setup and usage of SDK always follow the same principle.

    import { protect, captureMessage } from 'cumulus';  
    protect({  
    key: '__key__',  
    });  
    captureMessage('Hello, world!');
    

    If you haven't __key__, please sign-up and create project to get to key

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