How to audit a website using Dominion
A new tool from Dominion, which has a team of independent contractors, has shown how to audit your website for security issues, according to a report in the Financial Times.
The tool was launched by Dominion in the UK earlier this year, and uses the internet to detect possible security vulnerabilities.
It is designed to detect issues with a website’s security by taking screenshots of the website and analyzing them in order to analyse the source code of websites.
The site can then be reviewed by a Dominion employee using a tool called “Domain Validation” which allows for the user to inspect the code of the websites.
“Dominion is a service provider which offers services for companies that have a large number of website users, and provides an automated audit service to those customers,” a Domion spokesperson told TechRadar.
“Dominion has been offering audits since 2008, and we’ve been using this technology to improve our audit service since 2014.”
The service allows for a user to view the source of the vulnerabilities on a website and then take screenshots of it in order for the site to be analysed and its source code exposed.
The company also provides tools to monitor websites to identify security vulnerabilities and provide a report on the vulnerability.
It does this using a system called “Domination”.
“We’ve had a lot of customer feedback and many people are happy with the service,” the spokesperson said.
“We’ve been looking at new and innovative ways to improve and expand the service.
We are now working on improving the service and have launched a new service in partnership with security monitoring company NetApp, which offers a similar service called Domination.”
A Dominion spokesperson said that the new tool will be available to companies who wish to audit their websites.
This new service is similar to the company’s previous Dominion service.
It offers an audit service called “Datalogger” and it can be used to look at all the source codes of websites and inspect the source files.
It also provides a tool for users to inspect and see the code from the websites and the results are available on the site itself.
The Dominion website audit tool is available for Windows, Mac and Linux, and costs around £19.99 ($23).