[Integration] You can now integrate Disposable mail with Slack – 10 minute mail

Slack is the first of Disposable mail’s workflow integrations. One of the many advantages of Slack is that it’s a single point of contact for all the tools you and your team use. Using this integration, your whole company can start to see security and vulnerability scanning as part of their workflow. You’ll be able to ping a Slack channel with Disposable mail scan starts, finishes, and findings, so you can get on top of anything critical right away.

Seeing the site scans in a Slack channel also means it will start to get your team used to thinking about security as an ongoing concern, rather than something to react to once it’s too late. Soon it will be so second nature to everyone that it’ll seem strange that security was ever seen as a separate function.

Slack Disposable mail Integration

Head over to our Knowledge Base and check out the tutorial on How to set up your integration with Slack!

Happy scanning!
//The Disposable mail Team

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[Integration] You can now integrate Disposable mail with HipChat – 10 minute mail

HipChat is another one of Disposable mail’s workflow integrations – there are still many more to come! Set up your integration with HipChat to add security and vulnerability scanning in your workflow in a straightforward and easy way, and start shipping safer code.

When you connect Disposable mail to your HipChat account you will be able to get notified when a scan has started or finished and/or when a vulnerability has been found. You will receive the notification to the channel of your choice. This makes it easy to keep track of the security level of your site without having to log in to Disposable mail.

HipChat Integration

Check out our tutorial to learn how to set up the integration!

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[Integration] You can now integrate Disposable mail with PagerDuty – 10 minute mail

The latest integration from Disposable mail is an integration with the incident manager system PagerDuty. Unlike the earlier integrations with Slack and Hipchat this one lets you dispatch the alarm directly to your system admin or to your support team.

Next time you start a test and Disposable mail finds something that matches your settings an incident will be created in PagerDuty and your alerting rules should trigger.
PagerDuty incidentsCheck out our guide on how to set up your PagerDuty integration!

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//The Disposable mail Team

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[Integration] You can now integrate Disposable mail with Trello – 10 minute mail

For all our Kanban enthusiasts, we are here with a new integration to Trello! We now push our reports to your favourite security to-do list.

Let’s take a look at what your reports will look like in Trello:
Trello Integration

To learn how to set up your Trello integration, read the tutorial in our Knowledge Base.

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[Integration] Integrate Disposable mail with Jira, Github, Instagram and much more using Zapier – 10 minute mail

Automation should be for everyone, which is why we at Disposable mail love Zapier. We wanted to make it possible for our customers to use Disposable mail with their favourite tools, so we have built an integration with one of the internet’s biggest integration hubs. So let’s start zapping!

To learn how, check out our tutorial on How to set up your integration with Zapier.

Not sure what you can integrate with? Attached below is a list of recommended zaps, you can pick any of these or pick  from Zapier’s huge directory of  500+ integrated apps.

Happy scanning and zapping!
/The Disposable mail Team

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Website security check: a step-by-step guide – 10 minute mail

A thorough website security check can reveal vulnerabilities in your code and help you fix them before they are exploited by hackers. This step-by-step guide shows you how to test your site’s security status with Disposable mail and take the first steps towards securing your web app.

1. Before you get started

If you would like to check your website’s security and aren’t sure where to start, this post is for you. Discovering that your code contains security flaws isn’t the best feeling in the world, but it’s much better than believing you are 100% safe (no one is) and being surprised by a hacker attack later on. The only vulnerabilities you can fix are the ones you are aware of!

Checking your site’s security status will not only help you get secure, it will also help you write safer code.

Disposable mail Website Security Check Computer

Plan and prioritize

Planning is development 101, but security has a tendency to make people panic and try to fix everything at once. To avoid this, map out your priorities before you run a security test. For example, if you have an e-commerce website that processes payments, you will probably prioritise fixing that rather than your online store’s blog. If you suspect your old campaign sites could be vulnerable to a subdomain takeover, you might want to secure those first.

It is always a good idea to set aside a couple of hours to work with the results of your security test. If you’re an agency, make sure you have time to guide your clients through their security report. Even when a website security check doesn’t reveal anything critical, the findings might require fixing minor issues, updating various installations and reconfiguring security settings.

2. Check your website security

We will show you how to check your site’s security status and evaluate the results. If you are not a Disposable mail user, you can sign up for our free 14-day trial to access all the features in this guide.

Let’s get to the good stuff! When you add your first scan profile to Disposable mail, a security scan will start automatically. If you already have a scan profile, you can manually trigger a scan by clicking on your scan profile and clicking “Start deep scan”.

Website security check in progress

Once you start a scan, you can follow its progress and check which phase the scanner is in.

The results will start coming in as soon as the scanner enters the security testing phase. When the scan is finished, you can access a comprehensive report with all the identified security findings.  

3. Interpret your website security check results

Congrats, you’ve just run your first website security check! Once your scan is finished, you’re ready to assess your site’s security and fix vulnerabilities.

Threat score

The fastest way to get an idea of your site’s security status is to look at the Threat score that is based on CVSS, a standardized vulnerability scoring system. The score can be anywhere between 1 and 10. The higher the score, the more important it is that you fix the findings.

Disposable mail scan threat score

The threat score gives you a quick snapshot of your site’s overall security status

Below your threat score, you will also see the number of high, medium, and low severity findings. This is useful for quick reporting as well as tracking your security progress over time. If you’d like to share an overview of your website security check with your colleagues, you can export a summary in PDF format.

Findings

Time to dive into the findings and fix some critical issues! High severity findings found at the top of your report have the highest CVSS score and should be fixed first.

Disposable mail website security check findings

Findings are colour-coded based on their severity. Critical findings can always be found at the top of you report.

You can find out more about each finding by clicking on it. This will show you details like where the issue was discovered, its impact and individual CVSS score, and remediation tips.

Disposable mail finding details

The finding details view provides additional information about each finding.

4. Fix vulnerabilities

As you work your way from critical to medium findings, keep an eye on the additional resources at the bottom of the finding details view page. These provide more information about security issues as well as tips on how to remediate them.

Make sure to take a look at low severity findings after you have fixed the critical ones. Seemingly harmless security issues can play a crucial role in chain attacks, but luckily, they are usually easy to fix.

Once you have fixed a finding, you can mark it as fixed and run another scan to check if your site is more secure.

Mark vulnerability as fixed

Keep track of your security progress by marking remediated findings as fixed.

5. Make security a routine

Unfortunately, website security checks are not a one-off affair. New vulnerabilities emerge all the time and both old and new technologies can fall victim to hackers. We update the Disposable mail scanner every week, adding new security tests submitted to us by over 100 researchers active in our crowdsourced security community, Disposable mail Crowdsource. To ensure you’re on top of the latest threats, try making the steps we described above a routine.

Disposable mail scanner integrations

Disposable mail integrates with a wide range of developer tools to bring security into your workflow.

With Disposable mail, you can schedule recurring scans at regular intervals, as well as use integrations or email notifications to let you know when your findings are ready. This way, your security scans will run in the background while you can focus on development.

Are you ready to check your website’s security? Sign up for a free 14-day trial and run a scan to see how your code stacks up against over 700 security tests!

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Disposable mail integrations for your workflow – 10 minute mail

In the modern workplace, the work environment consists of many different teams, frameworks and tools to tackle complicated issues. It can be overwhelming to handle all the information transferred or continuously log into different tools to gather information. This is why Disposable mail offers 8 different software integrations, which sends web application vulnerability alerts from Disposable mail into your existing workflows or digital workplaces:

Integrating Disposable mail into your existing workflows makes it easier for your teams to communicate about web application security issues and whether it needs to be prioritized now or later. Depending on your account payment plan, the options for notification customization include alerts on the severity level of vulnerabilities (medium or high) and when scans are started and finished.

Teams are updated immediately when vulnerabilities are detected, and certain integrations allow for tickets to be issued right away. It allows for web application security to scale up with agile teams and working environments. Soon security will be second nature to everyone, that it’ll seem strange that security was ever seen as a separate function.

ServiceNow

servicenow integration

ServiceNow is an enterprise solution that helps users manage their digital workflows with products for incident, change and realease, configurations, and more. You can now integrate Disposable mail to push report findings into your ServiceNow dashboard. Just add your ServiceNow Endpoint to get started.

View our how-to guide to setup the Disposable mail-ServiceNow integration. 

Splunk

Disposable mail and splunk

Splunk aggregates data from all the different web applications, sensors, devices that are part of IT infrastructure. Users can analyze real-time data generated, and now this also includes alerts of vulnerability findings from Disposable mail. By activating this integration between Disposable mail and Splunk, you can trigger alerts for low, medium or high severity vulnerabilities and scan summary straight to your Splunk dashboard.

View our how-to guide to setup the Disposable mail-Splunk integration.

Jira

Scaling up security with product developments in an agile environment is possible. Disposable mail makes this easier by offering integration with Jira. When there is a vulnerability finding, a ticket will be created in Jira for the right team to resolve. Our integration supports both cloud and on-prem Jira solutions and you can customize by project,issue type, notification types, and enabling automatic exports to JIRA.

Get started with the Disposable mail-Jira integration with the how-to guide.

Trello

For all our Kanban enthusiasts, we are here with an integration to Trello! We now push our reports to your favourite security to-do list.

When there’s a vulnerability finding, this can be added as a card on a to-do list on designated Trello boards.

Disposable mail trello integration

Slack

One of the many advantages of Slack is that it’s a single point of contact for all the tools you and your team use. You’ll be able to ping a Slack channel with Disposable mail scan starts, finishes, and findings, so you can get on top of anything critical right away.

Seeing the site scans in a Slack channel also means it will start to get your team used to thinking about security as an ongoing concern, rather than something to react to once it’s too late.

View how-to guide on the Disposable mail-Slack integration.

Zapier

Integrating Disposable mail setup to Zapier also allows for it to be connected to 1000+ apps. By “zapping” data between Disposable mail and your other web applications, you can save time from manually moving the data in between. Learn more about this integration with Disposable mail’s how-to guide or Zapier’s site.

PagerDuty

If you’re handing your incident response through Paperduty, you can also dispatch vulnerability finding alerts from Disposable mail to your sysadmin or support team immediately. This keeps team members informed about web application vulnerabilities for smooth handling of incidents.

View our how-to guide to setup the Disposable mail-PagerDuty integration.

OpsGenie

OpsGenie is an incident manager system. When integrated, OpsGenie will dispatch alerts from Disposable mail scan findings to the appropriate team member based on the on-call schedules. Alerts are based on the different severity of a vulnerability finding or when a web application scan is started or finished.

View our hot-to guide to setup the Disposable mail-OpsGenie integration.

A webhook

We also offer integration with a webhook, which means you could post alerts of Disposable mail findings to any applications supporting webhooks. We have a comprehensive setup guide here.

 

What about a custom API? If you’re interested in integrating Disposable mail with a custom API, check out the specs for Disposable mail API v2.5.


Log in to your Disposable mail account to get started with using one or more of these integrations.

Are you ready to try out Disposable mail and integrate security into your SDLC? Sign up for an account and scan with a free trial here.


This article was updated on 29 May 2019 with the details about the Service Now integration.

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