Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner v11 Released


Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner v11 has just been released with lots of exciting new features and tools. The biggest change is that v11 is now integrated with Vulnerability Management features to enable your organization to comprehensively manage, prioritise and control vulnerability threats – ordered by business criticality.

Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner v11 Released

There are other changes too including the web interface being vastly improved, role based multi-user support and more.

Features/Updates

There are a lot of strong updates in v11 including:

  • Inbuilt Vulnerability Management – Allows for the review of aggregated vulnerability data across all targets
  • Web-based User Interface – Completely rebuilt from the ground up
  • Role-based multi-user system – Allows the creation of multiple user accounts, which can be assigned a particular group of targets
  • Standard, Pro and Enterprise Editions – Entry level, Pro for outsourced or insourced security professionals & Enterprise includes full multi-user team support

About Acunetix

User-friendly and competitively priced, Acunetix leads the market in automatic web security testing technology that comprehensively scans and audits complex, authenticated, HTML5 and JavaScript-heavy websites among others. Acunetix detects over 3000 types of web application vulnerabilities and is the industry leader in detecting the largest variety of SQL injection and XSS vulnerabilities, including Out-of-band SQL injection and DOM-based XSS. Acunetix beats competing products in many areas; including speed, limiting false positives and the ability to access restricted areas with ease. Acunetix also has the most advanced detection of WordPress vulnerabilities and a wide range of management and regulatory reports including ISO 27001 and PCI compliance. Acunetix is available on premises or as an online solution.

It’s a great update, read the full details here:

Acunetix v11 Integrates Vulnerability Management

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