Mitigate Baron SameEdit (CVE-2021-3156) vulnerability


Stop attacks before they start

Zero trust software security against code-injection attacks and vulnerabilities

Since 2010 the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) has singled out code-injection as one of the most critical PHP security vulnerabilities. Polyscripting applies the zero-trust philosophy to the PHP language and makes code-injection attacks fundamentally impossible, unlike meticulous code workarounds or reliance on patches that often arrive too late.

Benefits of using Polyscripting

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Patch Time

Protects you when you cannot or choose not to patch

Increase Security

Protection against all remote code-injection attacks

Decrease Cost

No performance impact or required maintenance

How does Polyscripting make PHP more secure?

Polyscripting takes a vulnerable server-side language and changes the grammar by adding uniqueness to the keywords. With a unique interpreter, and a way to transform the code into the matching Polyscripted version, your program now has its very own distinct language. Any maliciously injected code will not be recognized by your application and will result in a syntax error, alerting you to the attack.

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Wordpress Security using Polyscripting

Hackers are taking advantage

PHP code-injection attacks are happening on a global scale. Whether it be surveillance cameras or WordPress sites, hackers are taking advantage of programming-language vulnerabilities.

Polyscripting eliminates the attack vector, regardless of any unpatched vulnerabilities that exist.

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