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An Easy to Use Web Application Security Scanner Means More Secure Web Applications

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: easy to use , web security automation , false positives , web appliciaton security - Thu, 06 Aug 2015, by Robert Abela
Most security software is very difficult to use hence businesses and organizations are failing to ensure the security of their IT assets. See how Netsparker is helping businesses ensure the long term security of their websites and web applications by developing an easy to use web application security scanner that also allows more automation. Read more...

The Problem of False Positives in Web Application Security and How to Tackle Them

This web application security blog post explains what are False Positives in web application security and what negative impact they have on web security experts. It also explains why common automated web security tools generate false positives and how Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner does not report any false positives at all. Read more...

How Netsparker ensures False Positives Free Web Vulnerability Scans

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: false positives , web application security scan , netsparker feature - Tue, 24 May 2011, by Ferruh Mavituna
This web application security blog post explains why false positives are one of the biggest problem of today's commercial web application vulnerability scanners and also explains what the Netsparker team is doing to ensure that Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner does not report false positives when doing a web application security scan. Read more...

False Positive Free Scanning

Category: Web Security Readings - Tags: netsparker , false positives , web application security , netsparker feature - Wed, 23 Dec 2009, by Ferruh Mavituna
When I tell someone that Netsparker is a False Positive Free web application security scanner, they’ll stare at me and think “Well, yet another lunatic!” They never actually said that but I can read it from their faces. They won’t say much assuming I’m a mad person who claims a scanner can avoid false positives and since I’m a mad person, I can be dangerous. I assume that’s why they generally choose to be silent after that claim! Read more...

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