Version 11 (build 11.0.163541031) – 19th December 2016
- Acunetix Enterprise users can now generate their API key to be used for the Acunetix API (contact email@example.com for more information on the API)
- Selenium IDE files are now supported as Import files in Acunetix v11
- The Acunetix Login Sequence Recorder can now edit login sequence files.
New Vulnerability Tests
- The Acunetix UI will show a message when the license is not activated.
- The Login Sequence Recorder will make use of the proxy settings configured for the Target.
- Better handling of cookies.
- Fixed reports generated for targets that have not been scanned
- Fixed allowance of empty Import Files to be uploaded for a Target
- Some information returned by AcuSensor was not reflected in the vulnerability details
- Fixed false positive in the ASP.NET debug mode check
- Various minor updates and fixes
Version 11 (build 11.0.163221044) – 17th November 2016
- New web-based user interface
- Targets are now stored in Acunetix with their individual settings, and can be easily re-scanned.
- Targets can be classified by their Business Criticality
- Reports are stored in the central interface
- Users can choose between “Target reports”, “Scan reports” or “All vulnerabilities reports”
- Role-based multi-user system, allowing users to be assigned the security scanning of specific targets.
- All vulnerabilities for all the targets are now shown in one list which can be easily filtered.
- Export vulnerabilities to F5 BIG-IP ASM and Fortinet FortiWeb Web Application Firewalls directly from within Acunetix
- Acunetix now supports sending vulnerabilities to these Issue trackers: Github, JIRA and Microsoft Team Foundation Service (TFS)
- Documentation is now inbuilt into the new interface
- New Dashboard, providing an instant overview of the security status of your assets.