Acunetix Coupon Code 2016

Acunetix Coupon Code

Acunetix Version 11 is now available and Alliance is offering an exclusive promotion until 12/31/2016  Get 5% off any Acunetix product upon checkout by entering the following coupon code.

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This coupon code works with all Acunetix licensing including the Standard 2 (WVSEUP), Pro 5 (WVSCP),  and Enterprise 10 (WVSCP10)

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Improvements to Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner 10

Technology is quickly changing the way more and more businesses are running. Advancements in browser technology and the spread of cloud computing are making web services and applications the core elements of most companies. These advancements are improving business with better efficiency and productivity, but at the same time opening themselves up to online hackers.

Since more than 70% of websites and applications contain vulnerabilities that can make sensitive data easy to steal, it has been critical that businesses use tools like the Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner for security against cyber-crimes. The latests version, Acunetix 10, has been released and contains major upgrades. Below we discuss the ways that Acunetix 10 is even better than the previous versions of the trusted web vulnerability scanner you have come to rely on.

 

Re-Engineered ‘Login Sequence Recorder’ for Acunetix 10 

Experts have re-engineered the ‘Login Sequence Recorder’ from the ground-up, which allows for restricted areas to be entirely scanned automatically, giving you better peace of mind. Generally, restricted areas like user login pages make it harder for a scanner to access them and would need manual direction. The Acunetix 10 ‘Login Sequence Recorder’ has been significantly improved so that it can automatically scan web applications that use an OAuth-based authentication and single Sign-On (SSO). The ‘Login Sequence Recorder’ shows extreme improvements in the support for nonces, anti-CSRF token or one-time tokens that are used in restricted areas.

 

Better WordPress Vulnerability Detection 

Since over 74 million WordPress sites are up and running, all it takes is one vulnerability found in WordPress Core or a plugin to attack millions of individual sites. Acunetix Version 10 now tests for more than 1200 vulnerabilities that are specific to WordPress, based on the most commonly downloaded plugins. It can still retain the ability to detect custom built plugin vulnerabilities, and no other scanner on the market can detect such a high number of possible WordPress weaknesses.

 

Improved Support for A Variety of Web Services and Development Architectures 

Ruby on Rails and Java are what many mission critical, enterprise-grade applications are built on. Acunetix Version 10 has been constructed to crawl and scan web applications built using these technologies with extreme accuracy. Specific improvements are seen for SOAP-based web services with WCF and WSDL descriptions, along with automated scans of RESTful web services that use WADL definitions. Version 10 additionally uses a dynamic crawl pre-seeding via integration of third-party, external tools that include Burp Suite, Fiddler and the Selenium IDE. This enhances Business Logic Testing and the workflow among Automation and Manual Testing.

 

Acunetix 10 Detects Malware and Phishing URLs 

A malware URL detection service ships with Acunetix Version 10, which is used to analyze every external link found during a scan against a database of Malware and Phishing URLs that is constantly updated. This Malware Detection Service uses the Google and Yandex Safe Browsing Database.

 

Contact us today if you have any questions about updating to Acunetix 10! It is the best decision you will make for the online security of your business.

Gartner recognizes Acunetix as a Challenger for Application Security Testing in 2015

Gartner recognizes Acunetix as a Challenger

Acunetix Receives 2nd highest product score for Manual Web Penetration Testing in Gartner’s 2015 Critical Capabilities for Application Security Testing Report

Gartner, Inc., the leading provider of research and analysis on the global information technology industry, has recognized Acunetix as a challenger, assigning Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner a score of 4.36 out of 5.0 in the Manual Web Penetration Testing Use Case, in Gartner’s most recent Critical Capabilities for Application Security Testing Report.

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Using the Acunetix Login Sequence Recorder in 3 Easy Steps (With Video)

Keeping your website secure just got easier with Acunetix 10. With so many new features and extra capabilities designed to prevent hackers, it can be difficult to know where to start with it. One of the newest features include the improved Acunetix Login Sequence Recorder. What makes this feature so useful is it can test password-protected areas of your website automatically. It really is simple to use too. All you have to do is launch a scan from the Scan Wizard and create a new Login Sequence from there. Here’s how it all works in three steps.

Start the Login Sequence Recorder

Now that you have the Acunetix Login Sequence Recorder going navigate to the login page on your website and log-in to the restricted area. You’ll probably notice all actions are being recorded at this point, but that’s okay – it’s exactly what you want. The scanner will replay any actions you take while it is recording, and once the login actions are complete click ‘Next’.

Define Restrictions

The Acunetix Login Sequence Recorder can pretty much do whatever it is you want it to do, through the recording of your actions. However, you’ll still want to restrict the scanner from performing specific actions you don’t want it to take. This includes things like clicking ‘Logout’, ‘Delete User, ‘Send Email’, and any other option that should not be interacted with during the scan. Once restrictions are set up, click ‘Next’.

Use the ‘Session Pattern’

The final step involves letting the scanner know when it is logged in and logged out. Typically, the Acunetix Login Sequence Recorder can automatically detect a valid Session Pattern using the requests from the login actions. When the scanner does not automatically detect a valid Session Pattern you must manually browse the restricted area until a pattern is detected. Once the scanner has automatically detected the Session Pattern or you’ve done it manually, click ‘Finish’ and save the Login Sequence File.