Running AcuSensor Injector on Windows Server 2008

If you try to run AcuSensor Injector on Windows Server 2008 you will receive the error “Error populating websites, Unknown error (0x80005000)”. AcuSensor Injector is using Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI) to construct a list of websites and virtual directories. ADSI is not available by default on Windows Server 2008. To solve this problem you […]

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Acunetix WVS Version 6 Beta is available for download

After many months of research and development we are proud to announce the launch of the BETA version of the upcoming Acunetix WVS version 6. With this latest version, Acunetix is launching the new cutting edge AcuSensor Technology which basically consists of application sensors that allow developers to identify many more vulnerabilities than when using […]

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Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner Voted Windowsecurity.Com Readers’ Choice Award Winner

Acunetix Singled Out by Network Security Administrators and Specialists London, UK – 26 February 2008 – Leading Windows Security resource site, WindowSecurity.com, announced today that Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner was selected the winner in the Web Application Security Solution category of the WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Awards. “Our Readers’ Choice Awards give visitors to our site the […]

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Acunetix Launches Free Cross Site Scripting Security Scanner

Organizations now able to protect their websites from growing threat of Cross Site Scripting vulnerabilities London, UK – 4 September, 2007 – Acunetix today launched a Trial Edition of its popular web vulnerability scanner, which allows companies to check for cross site scripting vulnerabilities in their websites at no charge. What is Cross Site Scripting? Cross […]

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Can you afford to pay $500K in fines?

New version 5 of Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner ensures companies meet PCI compliancy London, UK – June 11, 2007 – The PCI Compliancy Standard requires any company that has a website and does business online, to ensure their web site and web applications are secure. Penalties for noncompliance range from fines of up to $500,000, […]

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Acunetix Publishes PCI Compliance Guide

The paper aims to help companies meet impending PCI requirements London, UK – May 30, 2007 – Businesses that rely on payment by credit cards are required to comply with the PCI security standards by September 2007. Non compliance could result in loss of merchant account, severe fines and lawsuits. In view of these new […]

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70% of websites at immediate risk of being hacked!

Acunetix reveals latest statistics based on one year of conducting web application scans Kirkland, Washington – February 12, 2007 – Businesses and non-commercial entities have much to consider when it comes to securing their web applications and the data they keep on customers and patrons. Acunetix, a leading vendor of web application security solutions, today revealed […]

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