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)” […]
A “Free Scan Target” is a network server that can be configured in Acunetix OVS and which can be scanned for network vulnerabilities. During the trial, Acunetix OVS users can configure up to 3 scan targets to test Acunetix. These Scan Targets will be automatically converted to Free Scan Targets after the Acunetix OVS trial […]
Verizon’s annual report, now in its eighth year, analyzes breach intelligence and data from multiple sources, including customers of Verizon’s forensics response division and customers of FireEye, the firm that investigated the recent hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment. It also examines data from cases investigated by law enforcement agencies, and from government and industry computer […]
‘Acunetix allowed us to identify some major vulnerabilities before hackers were able to exploit them. This has made Sendy a far more secure application and hugely reduced the risk of us being breached.’ Ben Ho, Developer, Sendy Sendy is a self hosted email newsletter application designed to send trackable emails via Amazon Simple Email Service […]
Yesterday, WordPress 4.1.2 was released. This is a very important security release, which addresses a critical cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability, which could allow an anonymous user to compromise a WordPress site. The security release also addresses 3 other vulnerabilities affecting previous releases of WordPress. In WordPress 4.1 and higher, files with invalid or unsafe names […]
The PCI Security Council recently confirmed that the upcoming update to the PCI DSS guidelines, version 3.1 will include a change pressing companies to switch to TLS web encryption as opposed to the outdated SSL. This is mainly a response to Heartbleed, ShellShock and POODLE, bugs discovered in 2014 which revealed a number of weaknesses […]
Catertrax, one of Acunetix’ valued clients, have recently provided us with a case study of their use of the scanner and how it helps them to maintain their security and reassure their customers. ‘Acunetix has helped make our application stronger and given our clients the assurance that their data is safe.’ Benjamin De Point, VP […]