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Netsparker Standard 5.3 – March 2019 Update
We announce the Netsparker Standard 5.3 update, released in March 2019. Highlights are Scan Policies for PCI and OWASP Top Ten. Other new features are: Netsparker Assistant; scan performance upgrades; OAuth2 authentication; added Integration options for Azure DevOps, Redmine and Bugzilla; a Best Practice Severity Level; and RESTful API features.
Netsparker Terminates Support for TLS 1.0
Netsparker will no longer support TLS 1.0 from 14 January 2019. This will affect all HTTPS traffic to Netsparker, including: software updates, the licensing process for Netsparker and vulnerability database updates. Netsparker requests that all users encountering issues should update their settings or contact Netsparker Support.
December 2018 Update for Netsparker Standard
This blog post announces the new features and improvements in the latest Netsparker Standard release of December 2018. Highlights include: a rewritten sitemap and issues panel, a new family vulnerabilities feature, added support for 64-bit smart card drivers and Swagger 3.0 Importer, and several send to integration additions.
Netsparker's Weekly Security Roundup 2018 – Week 05
In this week's edition of our security roundup: why you should be careful what you put into your composer.json file, why you need to use a Package Manager, the Principle of Least Privilege and DNS Rebinding
Netsparker's Weekly Security Roundup 2018 – Week 04
In this week's edition of our security roundup: Thanks to Chrome's new Site Isolation feature, the X-Content-Type-Options header is more important than ever.
Netsparker's Weekly Security Roundup 2018 – Week 02
In this week's edition of our security roundup: directory listings can lead to account takeover, accessibility and security of US government websites and certification authority with AlwaysOnSSL.