We are now less than one month away from Autumn, so today we are announcing the end of summer update of Netsparker Desktop. Here is an overview of what is new and improved in this update of our dead accurate web application security scanner.
Support for Multiple Credentials for Different URLs & Authentication Mechanisms
Do you have a web application that has different password protected areas and uses different authentication mechanisms? From this version onwards you can configure all the different sets of credentials and authentication mechanisms in Netsparker so you can scan all sections of the web application in one web vulnerability scan.
How does it work? Simple! When configuring authentication you have to specify the:
- Authentication mechanism (NTLM, Basic, Digest, Kerberos)
- URL of the login form or password protection section
You can read more about this new feature in Configuring Basic, NTLM, Kerberos authentication in Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner.
New Security Checks
We have also added a number of new security checks for the Microsoft’s IIS web server, WordPress and a Remote Code Execution check for Node.js on Windows.
Improved Security Checks and Functionality
In this update of Netsparker Cloud, we also improved the security checks for:
Complete List of What is New, Improved & Fixed
For a complete list of what is new, improved and fixed in the latest version of Netsparker Desktop please refer to the web vulnerability scanner’s changelog.
This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Robert Abela. Read the original post at: Netsparker, Web Application Security Scanner