If you work in the realm of cyber security and monitor its goings-on then you will probably have come across this hashtag lately; #wassenaar. Here we’re going to explain what’s happening, what exactly it means and how it might affect you. Wassenaar is the name of the town in the Netherlands where, in 1996, 41 […]
mSpy surveillance service hacked In a somewhat ironic turn of events, mSpy, a provider of software allowing people to track others such as their children or spouses, has admitted to suffering a data breach. The news emerged through the Krebs on Security blog by security expert Brian Krebs, who was anonymously directed to the data […]
Telstra, Australia’s largest telephone operating company, revealed yesterday that its internal corporate network Pacnet had been compromised via an SQL Injection attack. So far it is not yet known what exactly was taken from the network, but it is clear that the perpetrators had complete access to the corporate network, including email and admin systems. […]
Acunetix exhibited at CeBIT, Sydney Olympic Park, Australia between 5-7 May 2015. Thank you to all prospective customers and resellers who visited our stand.
Acunetix recently travelled to San Francisco to exhibit at the RSA Conference 2015. This week-long conference was attended by over 30,000 security professionals. A big thank you goes out to all who dropped by the Acunetix stand.
Hundreds of WordPress themes and plugins that make use of the Genericons package, could be vulnerable to a DOM-based XSS vulnerability affecting millions of WordPress installations. Genericons are versatile vector icons embedded in a webfont from Automattic (the creators of WordPress). The vulnerability resides in the examples.html file included in the Genericons package by default. […]
Existing customers awarded their license equivalent in free network scans London, 5th May 2015 – Acunetix have announced that they are extending their current free offering of the network security scan, part of their cloud-based web and network vulnerability scanner. Those signing up for a trial of the online version of Acunetix vulnerability scanner will […]
Free Scan Targets pertain to perimeter servers which you can scan for network vulnerabilities only. Acunetix OVS customers can upgrade a Free Scan Target to a licensed Scan Target in order to scan the target for web vulnerabilities. This can be done by clicking on the Upgrade button when editing the Scan Target.
After your 14 day Acunetix OVS trial expires, the scan targets that you have configured in Acunetix OVS will be automatically converted to Free Scan Targets. You can continue scanning up to 3 perimeter servers for network vulnerabilities.
Acunetix OVS users can configure Free Scan Targets which can be scanned for network vulnerabilities. These can be easily added to your Acunetix OVS account. Login to Acunetix OVS from https://ovs.acunetix.com From Scan Targets, select Add Scan Target Configure the new scan target If you are a customer, select “Free Scan Target (Network Scans Only)” […]