HOW SECURE IS FASTPASS?
We recognize and accept the leading international WEB-application security standards
Overall Security Level: VERY HIGH
Tested and Verified by
We recognize that by being supplier of security and authentication software, our clients puts a level of thrust into our hands.
To live up to these requirements all SW-development and testing aims at securing the highest WEB-application security standards.
The latest version of FastPass 3.5 has been tested against the tough requirements from all three standards by Indusface Pvt.Ltd. Indusface is an authorized scanning vendor and is used by more than 700 large companies and SW-developers world-wide to assure that WEB-applications are safe for users and organizations.
The scanning of FastPass included more than 5000 different types of attacks against the FastPass Cloud configuration.
“The application FastPass Password Manager v. 3.5.2 is free from any severe vulnerability threat and safe to carry out transaction. The Web Client and the Mobile Client for the FastPass system was found to be very secure as no vulnerabilities were uncovered in this security audit. The environment is tested against OWASP and SANS guidelines and the application was found safe against them. The tested environment passes the PCI scan requirements. Vulnerabilities with a risk level of medium (CVSS level 4.0) or higher were NOT discovered. The overall security level is noted as Very High”
THE PCI Security Standards Council
Payment card industry (PCI) compliance is mandated by credit card companies to help ensure the security of credit card transactions in the payments industry. Payment card industry compliance refers to the technical and operational standards that businesses follow to secure and protect credit card data provided by cardholders and transmitted through card processing transactions. PCI standards for compliance are developed and managed by the PCI Security Standards Council. (1)
The Open Web Application Security Project® (OWASP) is a nonprofit foundation that works to improve the security of software. Through community-led open source software projects, hundreds of local chapters worldwide, tens of thousands of members, and leading educational and training conferences, the OWASP Foundation is the source for developers and technologists to secure the web. (2)
SANS Cyber Institute
SANS' Cyber Guardian program is designed for the elite teams of technical security professionals who are part of the armed forces, Department of Defense, or other government agencies whose role includes securing systems, reconnaissance, counterterrorism and counter hacks. These teams will be the cyber security special forces where each individual's role makes the team successful. (3)