VIDEO: What’s New in Acunetix WVS 10

Successful automated web security testing is all about being able to test a broad range of technologies effectively in a scalable manner. We are proud to introduce Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner version 10, featuring the all new Login Sequence Recorder; allowing you to easily teach the scanner how to login to a website or web […]

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VIDEO: Acunetix Login Sequence Recorder

The Acunetix Login Sequence Recorder can be used to test password-protected areas of your website automatically. If you are using Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner, you can create a new Login Sequence upon launching a scan from the Scan Wizard. If you are using Acunetix Online Vulnerability Scanner, you can download and install the Login Sequence […]

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XML external entity injection via REST APIs

The new version of Acunetix Web Vulnerability scanner comes with improved support for scanning REST APIs. When Acunetix WVS finds an REST API definition (via a WADL file or from Acunetix DeepScan) it also scans this API resource for XML external entity injection vulnerabilities. If it receives a REST API resource from Acunetix DeepScan and […]

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Improved support for Ruby on Rails web applications

Aside from better scanning of Java/J2EE web applications, Acunetix WVS version 10 comes with improved support for web applications built using the popular framework Ruby on Rails. A lot of new Rails specific tests were added in the new version. For example, many Rails developers use Rails scaffolding. Rails scaffolding is a quick way to […]

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Better scanning of Java / J2EE web applications

With the release of Acunetix WVS version 10, we’ve introduced a lot of improvements on how we test Java web applications. Java web applications are notoriously hard to scan automatically for many reasons, the most important one being session management. This type of application will frequently invalidate user sessions, making the process of crawling and […]

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