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ING EURASIA IT Audit Team Chooses Netsparker to Detect Web Application Vulnerabilities

Category: News - Last Updated: Tue, 10 Sep 2013 - by Ferruh Mavituna

ING Bank IT security team needed an easy to use and automatic web application security solution. In this case study they explain why Netsparker was the obvious choice; because it is an easy to use web application security scanner that penetration testers can use without the need to spend hours configuring it. Read the full case study to find out more about the benefits Netsparker customers such as ING Bank enjoy by choosing Netsparker. Read More

Netsparker 3 Makes Web Application Security Easier and Affordable

Category: News - Last Updated: Tue, 25 Jun 2013 - by Ferruh Mavituna

Press Release | Netsparker announces Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner version 3.0. The new version of Netsparker reduces the web security scan time to enable you to improve productivity, it confirms your payment web applications are PCI compliant, and helps you automated much more of your web application security scanning. Read More

Netsparker used by Security Consultants to Identify Vulnerabilities in Thousands of Web Applications

Category: News - Last Updated: Mon, 22 May 2017 - by Ferruh Mavituna

In this Netsparker case study we see how Layers-7, an IT Security Consultancy firm, uses Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner to secure the web applications of its customers and help them be compliant with today's stringent requirements. They also explain how they could automated most of their security services with Netsparker and how they concluded that Netsparker is the best web vulnerability scanner that fits their needs. Read More

Use Netsparker to Detect Ruby on Rails Vulnerabilities

Category: News - Last Updated: Tue, 11 Jun 2013 - by Robert Abela

Netsparker can detect vulnerabilities in Ruby and Rails web applications. In this blog post we explain how a Ruby on Rails Remote Code Execution Vulnerability is exploited in the wild and how you can check if your web applications are vulnerable to such vulnerability with Netsparker. Read More

South African Police Web Application for Whistleblowers Hacked via SQL Injection

Category: News - Last Updated: Tue, 28 May 2013 - by Robert Abela

The repercussions an exploited web application vulnerability such as an SQL Injection can have are a lot. For example in this particular case, by exploiting an SQL injection vulnerability malicious hackers published a list of whistleblowers in South Africa, endangering their lives. This example highlights the importance of identifying each and every web application vulnerability, since a malicious hacker only needs to exploit one. Full details about the attack in this blog post. Read More

5 Lessons We Have learnt from Netsparker Software Releases

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 02 Feb 2012 - by Ferruh Mavituna

In this blog post, Ferruh Mavituna explains what he and his team has learnt from the releases of Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner. Ferruh shares his experience of how everything is done, how the team works and how every decision, even a small one might affect the whole release cycle of Netsparker. Read More