Which Web Application Firewalls are supported by Acunetix?

Acunetix v11 can export scan data to the following Web Application Firewalls (WAFs): F5® BIG-IP® Application Security Manager™ (ASM®) Fortinet FortiWeb Imperva SecureSphere WAF A selection of vulnerabilities can be exported to one of the mentioned WAFs from the Vulnerabilities section. Alternatively, a full scan can be exported from the Vulnerabilities tab of a scan. […]

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Why are the Trend Charts in the Dashboard not showing any data?

The Trend Charts in the Acunetix Dashboard show the trends of vulnerabilities detected, vulnerabilities remediated and average age of vulnerabilities remediated over the past 12 months. Soon after installing Acunetix, the trend charts will not contain any data. These will be populated over time as you continue using Acunetix. Note —  Trend Charts are available […]

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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 […]

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Does AcuSensor require a password?

In Acunetix v11, the AcuSensor password is automatically created for each Target. You do not need to specify the password yourself. Should you want to use a custom password, you can specify this from the Target’s settings > Advanced tab > Reset AcuSensor Password option, and chose to “Use a custom password”.

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How do I configure scan speed in Acunetix?

Being able to scan a website or web application quickly is certainly important, however, a fast scan isn’t always the desired outcome. There are cases where you might be scanning a web application on a web server with very limited resources (especially when scanning web applications on embedded devices), or perhaps you are scanning a […]

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How do I use Acunetix on a host other than localhost?

By default, Acunetix (on premise) will install and configure itself to run on localhost, port 3443. This configuration is suitable if you are using Acunetix on your own, however, you will need to adjust this default configuration if you intend on using Acunetix organization-wide. Fortunately, it’s easy to configure Acunetix to be accessible from another […]

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