Is your Website Vulnerable to XSS & SQL Injection?

Identify web application vulnerabilities and other security holes that might leave you and your business exposed with the only False Positive Free web vulnerability scanner Netsparker.

Netsparker is very easy to use and automatically exploits all identified vulnerabilities in a safe way, resulting in no learning curve. Use precious saved time remediating vulnerabilities rather than learning how to use security tools.

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By exploiting a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) or SQL Injection vulnerability on your websites a malicious hacker can steal sensitive business data such as customer details and ruin your business reputation. Scan your web applications with Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner to:

  • Identify hidden XSS, SQL Injection and other exploitable vulnerabilities on your web applications
  • Scan any type of custom made web application built with PHP, .NET, JAVA or any other framework
  • Scan modern and dynamic Web 2.0 and HTML5 web applications
  • Check your web applications for coding errors that may result in security holes and exploitable vulnerabilities
  • Save time and money with False Positive Free Netsparker web security scans

Launch full web application security scans with the Demo edition of Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner to see how easy Netsparker is to use and how many web application vulnerabilities and security issues it can detect in websites and web applications.

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What Our Customers Are Saying

I had the opportunity to compare external expertise reports with Netsparker ones. Netsparker was better, finding more breaches. It’s a very good product for me.


Bruno Urban


As opposed to other web application scanners, Netsparker is very easy to use. An out of the box installation can detect more vulnerabilities than any other scanner.

ING Bank

Perry Mertens

ING Bank

We chose Netsparker because it is more tailored to web application security and has features that allow the university to augment its web application security needs.

Oakland University

Dan Fryer

Oakland University