In application development, security is the main concern to protect application from threats and attacks. There are different ways to target a web application, like SQL Injection, CSRF and DDoS attacks. There are different ways to target a web application, like SQL Injection, CSRF and DDoS attacks. By applying best security practices with the help of security tools to secure applications from such security threats. Let us now take a look at the open source security tools and how these help us attain the security. You can consider adding security tools to your toolkit.
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Snort: Snort is an open source security tool written in C programming. Snort can be used for identifying various threats and attacks and it also supports traffic analysis and packet logging on IP networks
Tripwire: Tripwire is an open source software security and data integrity tool. Tripwire is used for monitoring and alerting by sending a message to users when there are any specific changes in a file or on a range of systems.