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Observations Based on User Activity File for

Non-Intrusive Cybersecurity and Privacy Observations based on User Activity File

General Security Checks

Check if the web application's SSL/TLS certificates meet the required standards, focusing on factors such as protocol version and cipher strength, to enhance security and prevent vulnerabilities. This assessment aligns with guidelines provided by SSLLabs, which can be referenced at SSL Server Rating Guide.

Check if any default database ports and credentials are still used in your web applications. This can result in complete loss of sensitive and private data.

Check for open system ports within your web application domain or its associated sub-domains. This can potentially mitigate exfiltration and command and control threats.

Privacy Checks

Analyze third-party cookies present in your web application. If not properly checked, this can result in exfiltration of sensitive and private data to bad actors.

Application Security Checks

This control ensures that the Content Security Policy (CSP) implemented on a website or web application is configured as per the best practices. It helps to mitigate risks of Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks by verifying that only approved sources for scripts, stylesheets, and other resources are specified and enforced.

Check subresource integrity to ensure that external resources, such as scripts or stylesheets, have been delivered securely without any changes.

Use a JavaScript scanner to identify CRITICAL or HIGH security vulnerabilities within the web application's JavaScript codebase.

Inspect website headers for adherence with security policies and standards.


Warnings PrivacyBison publishes warnings when it learns a service has announced a data breach or is found misusing user data. If you believe a warning should be published for