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Netsparker Cloud Update - Two-factor Authentication Support and Other Improvements

Category: News - Tags: netsparker cloud update , two factor authentication - Tue, 14 Jul 2015, by Robert Abela
With this new update of Netsparker Cloud we introduced a number of new features; support for two-factor authentication, new functionality to resend Netsparker Cloud invitation email and many other improvements. Read the full post for more information. Read more...

How to Enable Two-factor Authentication in Netsparker Cloud

Category: Product Docs & FAQS - Tags: netsparker cloud , faq , how to , two factor authentication - Tue, 14 Jul 2015, by Robert Abela
Enable two-factor authentication on your Netsparker Cloud account to add an additional layer of security. Read more...

How to Scan Websites with Form Authentication with Netsparker Desktop

Category: Product Docs & FAQS - Tags: netsparker how to , netsparker feature , form authentication , netsparker tutorial - Wed, 08 Apr 2015, by Huseyin Tufekcilerli
Scanning a password protected website with Netsparker is really easy. All you have to do is specify the login form URL and the credentials, the rest is done automatically by the scanner. This document also explains how to configure Netsparker to scan websites which use CAPTHA, two factor authentication and other type of authentication mechanisms that require one time passwords or tokens. Read more...

Passwords vs. Pass Phrases – Innovation and Evolution

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: web application security , authentication , whitepaper , passwords - Wed, 07 Jan 2015, by Alex Baker
This third and last password paper looks into new innovations and evolution of passwords and authentication mechanisms. It looks into what other options there are available should we opt for something more secure than passwords and pass phrases. Read more...

Netsparker Cannot Login to My Website

Category: Product Docs & FAQS - Tags: netsparker desktop , faq , authentication - Thu, 01 Jan 2015, by Robert Abela
This Netsparker Desktop frequently asked questions looks into the alternative methods that you can use to scan a password protected website should Netsparker fail to authenticate automatically. Read more...

Passwords vs. Pass Phrases – Weaknesses Beyond the Password

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: web application security , authentication , whitepaper , passwords - Thu, 26 Jun 2014, by Alex Baker
Using strong passwords is not enough, the whole system should be built well to ensure that the underlying technology can survive a data breach, when, and not if it happens. In fact a modernized approach to password ideology is only one of the several necessary steps for a highly-secured system Read more...

Passwords vs. Pass Phrases - An Ideological Divide

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: web application security , authentication , passwords , whitepaper - Wed, 11 Jun 2014, by Alex Baker
The concept of passwords is very old and the more efficient offline password crackers are becoming, the more difficult it is for users to come up with complex passwords. This whitepaper looks into how efficient complex passwords are and highlights other alternatives to complex passwords. Read more...

Why You Should Run Authenticated Web Security Scans

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: web application security , web security scan , authentication - Thu, 31 Oct 2013, by Robert Abela
Do you scan all sections of your web applications, including the authenticated sections? In this blog post you will find a number of reasons why you and every other web security expert and penetration testers should run authenticated web application security scans. Read more...

Automatically Scan Websites with CAPTCHA and Single-Sign-On Authentication with Netsparker

Category: Releases - Tags: netsparker release , features highlight , new vulnerability checks , single sign on authentication - Thu, 02 Feb 2012, by Ferruh Mavituna
Netsparker version 2.1 is shipped with a totally authentication recorder that allows you to record a website login macro which is automatically used by the web security scanner to scan a logged in session. Therefore with this new version of Netsparker you can scan websites which use CAPTCHA and Single-Sign On authentication mechanisms. Netsparker 2.1 also contains a new comparison reports, new security checks and is jampacked with improvements. Read more...

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