How can I access Acunetix v11?

In Acunetix v11, the user interface is web based, and by default the web server hosting the web application is running on port 3443.

Therefore, if you are logged into the machine running Acunetix, you can browse to https://localhost:3443 to access Acunetix.

If you need to access Acunetix from a remote machine, you will need to know the IP address / hostname of the machine running Acunetix. In this case, you can access Acunetix by browsing to https://<IP or Hostname>:3443>

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  • It is very nice turn but I’ve got a problem to how conduct crawling and http sniffing

  • hello,

    I have installed Acunetix v11 full ver on Win Server 2008 and there is no Acunetix Service (only Acunetix Database), therefore when I try to connect to localhost:3443 it is not connecting. Furthermore, netstat -ant doesn’t show any service running and listening on port 3443. Thank you

    • Hi Gabriel,

      Please ensure that your OS meets the min requirement of Windows 2008 R2. If it does, please try to un-install and re-install, and contact our support team if the problem persists.

  • I keep getting this error – A connection to server could not be established. [Status: -1]
    What is the problem? Please help me out.

  • I keep getting this error – A connection to server could not be established. [Status: -1]. i have tried to restart the Acunetix Database and it is still not working. Thanks to look into.

  • i cannt login in the local host it keeps telling me invalid email and pass however in the websiote it’s working normal i can login normal ?!!

    • If you are using Acunetix Online, you can use the Reset Password feature.
      If you are using Acunetix On Premise, you can use the Acunetix Administrative Password utility to reset the Admin password. This can be loaded from the Acunetix program group.

  • my browser says it local host refused to connect. but i have checked that there is no any proxy, pls help me what i have to do

    • Can you try restarting the Acunetix service? Should the problem persist, please contact our support team, who can troubleshoot further using the Acunetix logs.

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