Linux platform improves reliability, security and performance
November 2018, London, UK – Acunetix, the pioneer in automated web application security software, has announced the release of Acunetix Vulnerability Scanner for Linux. Known to be reliable, cost effective and secure, Linux is the server operating system of choice for many large organisations including Facebook, Twitter and Google. Acunetix is one of the first commercial, automated web vulnerability scanners to be released for Linux.
“Following extensive customer research, it became clear to us that a number of customers and security community professionals preferred to run on Linux. Tech professionals have long chosen Linux for their servers and computers due to its robust security. However, in recent years, this open source operating system has become much more user-friendly. We are very proud to be one of the first commercial web vulnerability scanners to be released for Linux.”
Nicholas Sciberras, CTO
Benefits of Running Acunetix on Linux OS
- Reliability and security: Linux is the operating system most often selected for servers that need close to 100% uptime. Using Linux increases the reliability needed for the thousands of operations required to scan a website.
- Cost-effectiveness: Acunetix customers can run the scanner in their own private cloud on either Amazon AWS, Digital Ocean or Google Cloud, for example.
- Performance: Linux requires less resources to run, resulting in extra resources to increase scanner performance.
Download a trial version from here
Acunetix, the Company
Founded in 2004 to combat the alarming rise in web application attacks, Acunetix is the market leader and a pioneer in automated web application security technology. From individual consultants to enterprises, penetration testers and security experts globally depend on Acunetix products and technologies. It is the tool of choice for many customers across sectors, including Government, Military, Education, Telecommunications, Banking, Finance, and E-Commerce sectors as well as many Fortune 500 companies such as the Pentagon, Harper Collins, Disney, Adobe and many more.
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Web Security Blog – Acunetix authored by Tamara Naudi. Read the original post at: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/acunetixwebapplicationsecurityblog/~3/2hUZZim5PzQ/