Latest Web application security scanner Stories

2014-05-05 23:05:59

DHS-Sponsored Research Can Help Secure Web Applications Faster San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) May 05, 2014 Denim Group, the leading secure software development company, today announced the release of ThreadFix 2.0, the first application vulnerability management product in the industry which can point to the exact line of source code responsible for an application vulnerability that has been identified by a dynamic security scan. This new capability and ThreadFix’s new IDE (integrated developer...

2014-04-09 12:34:59

New Security Service Conducts Comprehensive Mobile Application Testing for Stretched IT Teams IRVINE, Calif., April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NT OBJECTives, Inc., a leading provider of innovative, automated and accurate web application security solutions, announced today the launch of NTOMobile On-Demand powered by NTOSpider, a new security service specifically designed for mobile application testing, including mobile client native code and back-end web services. It delivers an easy...

2011-03-06 00:02:32

GamaSec web application scanner crawl the entire website, analyze in-depth each & every file, and display the entire website structure. The GamaSec Scanner built from the ground up on a completely different technology backbone than its competitors; GamaSec goes beyond signature-based tools to find more "real" vulnerabilities,suitable for organizations of any size operating on the internet. Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) March 4, 2011 Web applications are proving to be the weakest link in...

2008-10-29 06:00:17

Acunetix (www.acunetix.com), a pioneer on web application security scanning technology, has announced the release of the cutting edge AcuSensor Technology with the launch of version 6.0 of Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner, taking web application scanning to a new level. Acunetix is the first and only Web Vulnerability Scanner to implement this innovative technology. AcuSensor Technology, a brainchild of Acunetix' development team, consists of sensors that are strategically placed inside...

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