Detectify vs. Qualys
Protecting your web and mobile applications, their APIs, networks, and the cloud are of the utmost importance. Here’s a comparison between Detectify and Qualys to help guide you to the right choice for your business’s cloud-based security needs.
Detectify vs. Qualys
The Pentest Tool You Deserve
Per month pricing
Surface monitoring and Application scanning start at $89 per month. Security testing is automated and does not provide a manual option.
Pricing is not mentioned
Qualys offers a free trial version but does not mention their pricing and packages on the website.
It provides a cloud-based continuous scanning solution and detection of vulnerabilities and misconfigurations.
No vetted scans
Does not provide vetted scans and thus cannot ensure results with zero false positive assurance.
Provides an unlimited number of vulnerability scans with scan behind login features.
However, the user experience leaves more to be desired in terms of vulnerability management.
No vetted scans
Qualys provides a web security scanning solution that is easy to use, navigate and set up.
It provides a deep scan of the internal and external environment and even the APIs for web apps and mobile apps.
Does not ensure zero false positives with its scanning which is a drawback of the tool. This leaves the users feeling dissatisfied with the scanning experience.
Does not provide an option for manual expert pentester assistance nor pentest certificate upon successful remediation of vulnerabilities identified.
Qualys does not provide penetration testing. Instead, it focuses on the complete scanning of assets to find any unsafe exposed areas within web security.
Little Remediation support
Detectify offers little in terms of remediation support to fix the vulnerabilities found.
This puts the finding of appropriate fixes and makes them solely responsible for the whole patching process.
Insufficient remediation support
Qualys doesn’t offer a lot in terms of remediation support.
Hence, it essentially dumps the workload back onto the customers once the vulnerabilities are discovered.
Detectify can be integrated into the CI/CD project pipelines as it provides integrations with Jira, Trello, Slack, and Splunk.
Qualys has integrations with Splunk, Cisco, IBM, Bugcrowd, and more.
However, its lack of well-developed remediation measures acts as a hindrance to seamless CI/CD integrations.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Astra combines automated and manual pentest to offer the most comprehensive security testing solution, without burning a hole into your pocket. The pentest platform integrates easily with your CI/CD pipeline and the intuitive dashboard makes it easy to manage and monitor the vulnerabilities. It is a self-served tool, with excellent remediation support, and an impeccable record.
Yes, a Pentest is an in-depth exercise that requires hours of effort of human & technology resources. That’s why an upfront payment is expected.
Definitely, once you’ve fixed the vulnerabilities you can request a scan simply by clicking a button on your dashboard. Following which, our engineers are notified and they plan a re-scan. If you are a business plan customer, you get a re-scan every month. If you’ve opted for a security audit separately then one re-scan is available to you.
Yes, for sure. We assist your developers in fixing the vulnerabilities reported. Your developer can comment under each vulnerability if they have any questions regarding the fixation process.
- A self-served tool with a capable team behind it to help you with roadblocks.
- Easy integrations with your SDLC.
- Value for money.
- Scan behind login pages.
- Remediation Support
You start seeing vulnerabilities reported by us from the day testing is started. You can ask for support in fixing the vulnerabilities for 30-days, starting from the day our engineers finish testing. During these 30 days, our engineers will be available to work with you or your developers and assist them in fixing bugs via the comment system of our dashboard. At any point, if the engineers feel that there is a need for a chat, they’ll be happy to talk to you over a chat too.
Not at all, the security audit and VAPT are agnostic of the technology stack and work well on all websites.
The main role of a VAPT service provider is to reveal all the underlying security vulnerabilities in your website. Always check for:
- # of tests
- VAPT methodology
- Depth of Penetration testing Report
- Video POCs
- Qualification of security engineers