When checking vulnerabilities, you have the option of marking a vulnerability as either Fixed, Ignored or False Positive. Fixed should be used when the vulnerability has been fixed by the developers. If the vulnerability is detected again, it will be re-opened and marked as Rediscovered. Ignored should be used for vulnerabilities when you know about […]
The number of users that you can configure in Acunetix depends on the edition that you have purchased. The Enterprise edition allow 3 users. Contact our sales team if you need additional users. The Standard and Pro editions only allow 1 user.
Acunetix v11 (build 163541031) has been released. This new build includes a new API, which is available to all our Acunetix Enterprise customers, and re-introduces the importation of Selenium IDE scripts. In addition, the new build includes a set of Joomla! Core and WordPress plugin vulnerability checks. New features Acunetix Enterprise users can now generate […]
Acunetix can send vulnerabilities as issues to the following Issue Trackers: Microsoft TFS JIRA GitHub You will need to configure the Issue Tracker in Settings > Issue Tracker. You can then configure the issue tracker for a Target from the Target’s Settings > Advanced > Issue Tracker Note — Support for issue Trackers is only […]
Acunetix v11 can export scan data to the following Web Application Firewalls (WAFs): F5 BIG-IP ASM Fortinet FortiWeb Imperva SecureSphere WAF A selection of vulnerabilities can be exported to one of the mentioned WAFs from the Vulnerabilities section. Alternatively, a full scan can be exported from the Vulnerabilities tab of a scan. After exporting the […]
If you are trying to create several scans, but Acunetix is only scanning 2 targets at a go, this is probably happening because you have the Standard edition of Acunetix, which only allows 2 concurrent scans. You will need to upgrade your license to either Pro or Enterprise which allow 5 and 10 concurrent scans […]
The Trend Charts in the Acunetix Dashboard show the trends of vulnerabilities detected, vulnerabilities remediated and average age of vulnerabilities remediated over the past 12 months. Soon after installing Acunetix, the trend charts will not contain any data. These will be populated over time as you continue using Acunetix. Note — Trend Charts are available […]
In Acunetix v11, the user interface is web based, and by default the web server hosting the web application is running on port 3443. Therefore, if you are logged into the machine running Acunetix, you can browse to https://localhost:3443 to access Acunetix. If you need to access Acunetix from a remote machine, you will need […]
Acunetix transfers all its data over TLS/SSL between the browser and the server. Therefore, Acunetix makes use of a certificate authority that is unique to each installation and generated during installation. In order to access Acunetix from another computer, after setting it up using this guide, unless you choose to use of an organization-wide certification […]
In version 11, the configuration of AcuSensor has been simplified and does not require you to configure a password for the sensor. Acunetix will automatically create a secure password for the sensor of each Target. Because of this, the sensor can only be used on the Target it was downloaded from.