Acunetix has helped many leading companies in securing their websites and web applications. These case studies illustrate the experiences and insights of some of our clients, highlighting how Acunetix has successfully helped them meet their web security needs.
We advise a number of large multinationals, including banks, retailers and telcos, on cyber security optimisation and best practice procedures. For this global operative we undertook stringent testing and Acunetix clearly came out ahead of the pack. Acunetix has now become a key part of their overall web security strategy.
The company needed a ‘digital fortress’ to protect the private/personal information and monitor any security vulnerabilities ongoing. Acunetix is instrumental in massively reducing online risk – making sure there are no black holes which could be exploited.
Acunetix is used in a complementary way with other Web Scanners to achieve the best vulnerability detection coverage possible.
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.
Acunetix has helped make our application stronger and given our clients the assurance that their data is safe.
With Acunetix WVS we were able to perform our tasks better, thus improving the quality, stability and security of Joomla! We would like to thank Acunetix for supporting the Joomla! project and giving us the opportunity to use its tool.
A strong and comprehensive web vulnerability scanner that can be used to discover flaws in our customers’ web applications as well as first class support from Acunetix.
Acunetix has played a very important role in the identification and mitigation of web application vulnerabilities. Acunetix has proven itself and is worth the cost. Thank you Acunetix team.
The biggest benefit of using Acunetix WVS is the amount of vulnerabilities Acunetix WVS reports. It is amazing.
Since it was a free service offered to nonprofit organizations, I decided why not. It would only strengthen my resolve that my programming was flawless! After scheduling an evening website scan so as to not impact the server, I was shocked when a PDF report was emailed to me in the morning indicating that 67 high priority problems were encountered!