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Netsparker will be exhibiting its web vulnerability scanning solutions at the Istanbul Security Conference, which will be held on the 19th of November. Come and visit the Netsparker booth if you will be attending the conference.
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In Netsparker version 3 we introduced the Scan Policy Editor. The Scan Policy Editor allows Netsparker users to create new scan policies in which they can specify which web application vulnerability checks should be included in a web security scan. Read this blog post for more information on the Scan Policy Editor and how you can use it to create your own scan policies and launch more efficient web application security scans.
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Netsparker Version 3 - By far way better than its predecessors, Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner version 3 makes web application security an easy task and allows web application security experts automate more than ever before. Generate PCI Compliance reports with Netsparker 3.0 to verify your web applications are PCI complaint. Read this blog post for more details of what is new and improved in Netsparker version 3.0.
XSS to Root in Apache Jira Incident
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