What Acunetix can do for you
Find vulnerabilities in your websites and web APIs
- Highest detection rating of over 6500 vulnerabilities in custom, commercial, and open source apps with nearly 0% false positives.
- AcuSensor (IAST) allows you to find and test hidden inputs not discovered during black-box scanning (DAST)
- How AcuSensor works
Fix identified security issues to avoid breaches
Prevent hazards at the earliest stages of the SDLC
- Integrate with issue trackers such as Jira to streamline bug fixing processes
- Automate new build scanning – integrate with CI tools such as Jenkins
- Get detailed technical reports to understand and address identified vulnerabilities
- Vulnerability scanning with Acunetix
Infinitely configurable workflows
It takes teamwork and collaboration to build and maintain an effective security program. Acunetix 360 allows you to easily set up workflows to help you address identified vulnerabilities. You can include security, development, and management teams in the process any level of customization is possible. You may add as many users as you want with granular permissions, as well as use tools of choice such as email, Slack, text, and so on.Automate with Acunetix
From the blog
Web Security Zone | January 23, 2020
XSS filtering is not recommended as a method of defending against Cross-site Scripting because it can usually be evaded using clever tricks. Here are some of the methods that an attacker can employ in their malicious code to easily bypass the XSS filters in your web application.
Docs & FAQs | January 21, 2020
By default, Acunetix will not scan any content that is hosted on domains other than the target domain because such content is considered out of scope. However, Acunetix has a function called allowed hosts that lets you widen the scope of the scan to include content hosted on other specific hosts.
Web Security Zone | January 20, 2020
The term cookie poisoning is used in different contexts to describe attacks that aim to manipulate, intercept, or forge the content of HTTP cookies. Cookie poisoning attacks are different types of attacks that can affect both the client-side application, data transmission, or the web server.
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"We use Acunetix as part of our Security in the SDLC and to test code in DEV and SIT before being promoted to Production."Kurt Zanzi, Xerox CA-MMIS Information Securtiy Office, Xerox
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