CCWAPSS Methodology updated to v1.1

CCWAPSS (Common Criteria Web Application Security Scoring ) is a comprehensive security scoring methodolody dedicated to web application pentests.

This scale aims to sharing a common, open and documented evaluation
methodology between security auditors and the end-customers.

This update clarifies the rating process when rating multiple flaws
associated to the same criteria.

Key benefits of CCWAPSS :

  • Offering a solution to interpretation problems between different
    auditors by providing clear and 11 well documented criteria.
  • Fighting against the "gaussienne" inclination using a restricted
    granularity that forces the auditor to clear-cut score (there is no
    medium choice).
  • The maximum score (10/10) means "compliant with Best Practices".
    This score could be exceeded in case of excellence (like a medical
    vision evaluation such as 12/10).
  • Each criteria is relative to section of the OWASP Guide 3.0

We also do thank senior security consultant Frederic Charpentier (CCWAPSS author) for quoting us as contributors among others.

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