Netsparker Enterprise Update - 2nd December 2019 (v220.127.116.11)
- Introduced Technologies feature which finds and lists the technologies used in web applications and reports on problems
- Added out of the box issue tracking integration for PagerDuty, Clubhouse, Trello, Asana, Webhook, Microsoft Teams, and CircleCI
- Added new API endpoints for managing Team Members and listing Activity Logs
- Added a new Scan Profiles page in the Scans menu
- Added a new Comments box to the New Scan window, accessible while launching scans
- Added facility to send New Scan notifications using the Slack integration
- Upgraded the Netsparker scanning engine to version 18.104.22.168518
NEW SECURITY CHECKS
- Added a new Security Check – HTTP Parameter Pollution (HPP)
- Added a new Security Check – BREACH Attack Detection
- Added Out-of-Date checks for Ext JS
- Added Oracle Cloud and Packet Cloud SSRF attack patterns
- Added a Web Cache Deception engine to the list of Security Checks
- Added a new XXE pattern for detecting the Axway SecureTransport 5.x XXE vulnerability
- Added new attack patterns for DOM based XSS
- Added new attack patterns for Remote Code Execution in Ruby
- Added new attack patterns for Out-of-Band Remote Code Execution in Ruby
- Added new attack patterns for Remote Code Execution in Python
- Added new attack patterns for an Open Redirect security check
- Added an email validation bypass payload for XSS
- Added a header injection XSS pattern
- Added a security check to determine whether an HTTP website has been implemented with SSL/TLS
- Added a security check for File Content Disclosure in Ruby on Rails by exploiting an Accept header
- Added mutation XSS patterns
- Fixed the SSRF confirmation problem
- Added Apple’s App-Site Association file detection
- Added exploitation support for File Content Disclosure in Ruby On Rails, CVE-2019-5418
- Added new LFI attack patterns for the access.log file
- Added support for exploiting JSONP endpoints with the format parameter in Ruby On Rails
- Added support for detecting Python Remote Code Execution
- Added RFC compatible SSRF IPv6 patterns
- Improved the Apache Struts (CVE-2013-2251) attack pattern
- Added PHP Injection Fixed One Time Referrer attack
- Updated the attack value of the PHP Injection Fixed One Time Attack pattern to use short notation instead of the print function
- Improved the Regex pattern of the WebLogic Version Disclosure pattern
- Added a PoC pattern for Apache Struts (CVE-2013-2251)
- Added Out-of-Date checks for the Hiawatha and Cherokee server
- Added Out-of-Date checks for the Oracle WebLogic server
- Added Out-of-Date check for IIS
- Added Version Disclosure detection for the Hiawatha Server
- Added Version Disclosure detection for the Cherokee Server
- Added Source Code Disclosure checks for Java Servlets
- Added Source Code Disclosure checks for Java Server Pages
- Added New Source Code Disclosure patterns for Java
- Added detection for .htaccess file Identified
- Added detection for Opensearch.xml files
- Added detection for SQLite error messages
- Added detection for security.txt files
- Added detection for swagger.json files
- Added detection for Open Search files
- Added the ability to create custom fields for ServiceNow integration
- Added auto-detection of the Time zone during the sign up process
- Improved Jira integration to support raw values for complex custom field types
- Added a new format option to the Date and Time Format dropdown in the Change Account Settings window
- Improved the text in Email Notifications
- Improved the Category field's option names in the New ServiceNow Integration window
- Improved the Issue template for Azure DevOps integrations
- Added capability to add User Mapping for hosted Jira systems
- Added more details to the CSV report which can be generated from the Activity Logs window
- Added ongoing scan information for the target agent in the Manage Agents window
- Added the capability to disable the Maximum Scan Duration field in the New Scan window (On-Premises only)
- Fixed an inaccurate warning message that was displayed when canceling a scan
- Fixed an issue where the Technical Contact was not set as expected in the Edit Website window
- Fixed an issue where a website could not be added if the target URL contained a hyphen character
- Fixed an issue where the configured Scan Profile was not used in Azure DevOps integrations
- Fixed various browser compatibility issues with Safari
- Fixed a bug where validation was not working as expected for the Hawk settings in the Scan Policy window
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 13th September 2019 (v22.214.171.124)
- Added support for using internal agents along with AWS cloud integration (On-Premises only)
- Added out of the box Issue tracking integration for Redmine, Bugzilla and Kafka
- Added support for bulk operations on the Recent Scans page. It's now easier to cancel, pause, or delete multiple scans at the same time.
- Added new API endpoints for managing agents
- Added an option to change the Technical Contact for each website in a group in the Edit Website Group page
- Added support for exporting data on Activity Logs and Manage Team pages
- Added the ability to convert a completed scan into a Scheduled Scan
- Upgraded the Netsparker scanning engine to v5.3-hf7(126.96.36.19998)
NEW SECURITY CHECKS
- Added a new security engine named Malware Analyzer which detects any web malware injected into websites (Scanner Agent's operation system should be Windows Server 2016 or above)
- Improved support for scenarios where OAuth2 is used in conjunction with Basic Authentication
- Improved the status text displayed for delayed scans
- Set the account owner's Data and Time Format as the default for new team members
- Added Scan Owner information to various scan reports and API endpoints
- Improved the response message for the /scans/delete API endpoint
- Added all issue content to the /issues/allissues API endpoint
- Added a Mark all as Read option for notifications that are shown inside the application on the Application Notifications page
- Added Technical Contact information to files exported from the Websites page
- Added Vulnerability Severity Level for the selected issue in the Technical Report
- Upgraded Bootstrap, jQuery and Knockout.js dependencies to the latest versions
- Added Create Invitation (team member invitations) into the Activity Log
- Improved the API docs by adding sample values for request and response messages
- Added support for filtering by Target URL to the /scans/listbywebsite API endpoint
- Added a Clone option to the Scheduled Scans page
- Fixed a bug where agents were sometimes hanging after failed API requests
- Fixed an issue where the Technical Contact was not displayed for non-Admin users on the New Website page
- Fixed an issue where an incorrect error message was shown during the configuration of a Scheduled Scan
- Fixed a problem on the JIRA webhook where the JSON could not be serialized as expected
- Fixed an issue where a Scan Policy could not be used on a scanner agent if it had a long name
- Fixed a bug where the Authentication Verifier was sometimes hanging if an internal exception was thrown (On-Premises only)
- Fixed the default value for the Agent Data Path setting (On-Premises only)
- Fixed a bug where two-way Jira integration was not working as expected in retest scenarios
- Fixed an issue where a cancelled PCI scan could not be deleted
- Fixed an issue where a web application could not connect to a newly-created SQL Server database immediately (On-Premises only)
- Fixed a bug where scans launched via JIRA integration were sometimes not starting with the configured Scan Policy
- Fixed an issue where the temporary Scan Policy file was not deleted on scan completion on the scanner Agent
- Automatic updates may fail for the On-Premises scanner Agents with an error message in the Agent's log: 'Agent couldn't find AgentAutoUpdater.exe'. To resolve this issue, first upgrade Netsparker Enterprise Web Application and copy the '[Web App Installation Folder]\App_Data\Agents\AgentAutoUpdater.exe' file to the folder where the target Agent is installed. If you need further help, please contact email@example.com.
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 13th June 2019
- Added scan owner information to scan results and reports
- Improved Internet Explorer support on several pages
- Added a new option for disabling the Long running scan notification to General Settings (On-Premises only)
- No longer reporting Missing X-Frame-Options header in redirect responses
- No longer reporting Missing X-XSS protection on redirect responses
- No longer reporting CSP Not Implemented for redirect responses
- No longer reporting Referrer Policy Not Implemented for redirect responses
- Fixed an issue where the Target Website could not be deleted
- Fixed an issue where the Preferred Agent in Scan Profile could not be changed
- Added several fixes for OAuth2 Authentication
- Fixed a bug where Netsparker might mistakenly report some cookies as Not Secure
- Fixed an issue where connection problems on the Target Website were causing high CPU usage
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 13th May 2019
- Added auto update support for scanner agents
- Improved the Manage Agents page to support filtering and allow the running of commands
- Added notifications section to top bar. It displays application specific notifications such as updates and background jobs
- Added new API endpoints for managing issues
- Added a Do not differentiate HTTP and HTTPS protocols option to the Scan Scope tab's settings
- Added OAuth2 Authentication support
- Added a new Best Practice severity level for vulnerabilities that are recommended practices but not critical
- Added an option to report only confirmed issues while generating reports
- Added an option to exclude addressed issues while generating reports
- Added F5 WAF rule generation
- Added RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) link import support
- Added the ability to exclude certain URLs from URL Rewrite Detection
- Added support for importing links from WordPress REST API files
- Added a Scan Policy for OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities
- Added a Scan Policy for PCI vulnerabilities
NEW SECURITY CHECKS
- Added new XSS pattern that injects the attack payload into the HREF attribute
- Added support for exploiting Drupal Remote Code Execution (CVE-2019-6340)
- Added a Unicode Transformation (Best-Fit Mapping) security check
- Added detection for possible Header Injections
- Added out-of-date detection for Oracle Database Server
- Added out-of-date detection for Mithril
- Added out-of-date detection for ef.js
- Added out-of-date detection for Match.js
- Added out-of-date detection for List.js
- Added out-of-date detection for RequireJS
- Added out-of-date detection for Riot.js
- Added out-of-date detection for Inferno
- Added out-of-date detection for Marionette.js
- Added out-of-date detection for GSAP
- Added a config.json check to the Resource Finder
- Added detection support for TS Web access
- Added detection support for .travis.yml
- Improved the Import Links section on the Imported Links tab on the New Scan page. Now imported links can be viewed immediately after the target file is uploaded.
- Added CreatedAt and UpdatedAt fields to WebsiteGroup API endpoints
- Improved the responsive design for several pages
- Changed some wording for vulnerability details to use same wording as Netsparker Standard
- All clicked external links now open in a new window
- The Target website URL cannot also be added as an Additional Website on the New Scan page
- New logo has been added to the top bar
- Improved Resource Finder step on the Scan Policy Optimization Wizard
- Jira issues are now assigned to the person who started the scan
- Improved the queue performance for scans running on cloud scanner agents
- Improved the layout for reports where no vulnerabilities are detected
- Added a new Manage Issues (Restricted) permission, which disallows marking issues as Accepted Risk or False Positive
- Added Reporter (account id type) to the JIRA integration page
- Updated SSRF ipv6 pattern names
- Improved Scan performance by allocating computer resources better
- Added XXE, File Upload, SSL, RFI, ELI, XSS via RFI vulnerabilities into vulnerability families
- Added a description that explains why only 10 pages are reported on the Slowest Pages node in the Knowledge Base
- Updated Code Evaluation (PHP) attack patterns
- Improved DOM Simulation performance and fixed several issues
- HTML Select elements without event listeners are simulated in DOM Simulation
- The File Upload engine searches newly discovered file names in the upload response and in the upload folders
- Improved operating system detection by the Site Profile node in the Knowledge Base
- Added support for attacking the name of POST parameters
- Improved the External References for several vulnerabilities
- Added ISO 27001 information to the Executive Summary Report
- CSP vulnerabilities will no longer display a 'certainty' value if they are already marked as Confirmed
- Added support for exploiting XSS in text and XML content types
- Out of Date SQL vulnerabilities are reported as Confirmed
- Added a Cookie Whitepaper reference to cookie vulnerability templates
- Added External References to ExpressJS, CakePHP and Possible Stored XSS templates
- Improve grammar in Insecure Transportation Security Protocol Supported (TLS 1.0) vulnerability details
- More commands are executed in the Code Evaluation exploitation to generate proofs
- References to 'Manuscript' have been replaced with 'FogBugz'
- Improved RFI confirmation for URL Rewrite parameters
- Improved signatures of Nginx Version Disclosure patterns
- Optimized the attack speed of XSS and LFI engines
- Added extra information to Out-of-date vulnerability templates to explain the vulnerability reason
- Cookie checks will analyze session cookie names to detect platform-specific default session names
- Stored XSS and Insecure Frame Default Report Policy vulnerability descriptions have been improved
- Added a Jira Account ID field for Jira Send To Action to assign issues to a user, since the JIRA Api does not accept the username
- Notifications tab appears empty when the Target URL is not selected on the New Scan page
- Removed client side console logs from several pages
- Fix the issue where the Preferred agent was not being set as expected for the selected scan profile on the New Scan page
- Fixed an issue where the Discovery Settings page was not working properly for low resolution views
- Fixed an issue where the Authentication Verifier was not capturing authentication settings
- Fixed a bug where the default Scan Completed notification was overwriting the custom JIRA notification
- Fixed a bug where PDF reports were not generated on the tryout console on the API docs page
- Removed the Contains filter option for numeric fields
- Fixed an issue where scans configured with a Scantime Window were blocking other scans
- Removed the redundant ReportType parameter and added a ReportFormat parameter to the CustomReport API endpoint
- Fixed a bug where ordering Issues using the Last Seen column was throwing an exception on the Issues page
- Fixed a validation issue in the Header Authorization settings in the New Scan page
- Fixed the garbled configuration sample in the Remedy section of the HSTS Policy Not Enabled vulnerability
- Fixed an issue where an extra ampersand was appended to the query string while generating the URL of a Swagger imported link
- Fixed an XmlException that was thrown while trying to parse a sitemap.xml response that is not found
- Fixed a GZip decoding issue that occured while decoding a compressed sitemap.xml
- Fixed a Postman file importing issue where the response was not base64 encoded
- Fixed a NullReferenceException thrown while checking mutations on DOM
- Fixed the incorrect URLs that were added during the DOM simulation for forms without action attributes
- Fixed the issue where the SameSite cookie vulnerability was reported for cookies that were missing Lax or Strict attributes
- Fixed the issue where the incorrect severity was reported for the Cookie not Marked as Secure vulnerability of a non-session cookie
- Fixed HTTP 400 errors raised by the ServiceNow Send To integration
- Fixed an issue in the CSP engine where the 'strict-dynamic' directive was reported as an unsupported hash
- Fixed incorrect nonce detected without matching script block vulnerability
- Fixed a DOM simulation issue where the passed element to call the setTimeout function was being ignored
- Fixed an issue that caused FP Insecure Reflected Content to be reported
- Fixed the issue where brute-force attacks were carried out regardless of the Authentication Type
- Fixed the issue where the LFI vulnerability confirmation patterns did not match the response returned from a Linux server
- Fixed the value of double encoded null byte in LFI and XSS attack patterns
- Fixed an issue in the Swagger importer where the parameter declared on the path level was not recognized
- Fixed an issue in the LFI engine where the confirmation payload was appended to the attack payload
- Fixed the value of the double encoded null byte in the Header Injection pattern
- Fixed the encoding of the % sign in the base64 payload in XSS attacks
- Fixed the attack payload in the PHP Injection Fixed One Time Attack pattern
- Fixed the encoding issue in the SQL Injection confirmation attack
- Fixed an issue where the Max Simulated Elements option was causing the simulation to hang
- Fixed an uncaught TypeError that was caused by Max Option Elements checks and causing the simulation to hang
- Fixed an issue where an incorrect Subresource Integrity (SRI) Hash Invalid vulnerability was reported because of a hash miscalculation
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 20th February 2019
- Fixed an issue with setting up a new Team Member when SSO was enforced.
- Fixed an issue which was occurring during re-installing previously terminated agent.
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 5th February 2019
- Added support for merging accounts (On-Premises only). This will move all resources (Users, Websites, etc.) into the selected master account and delete all other accounts.
- Account Owner or users with Administrator permission can now delete other Team Members' policies.
- Updated some third-party libraries to the latest version.
- Added OWASP 2017 classification data to the Executive Summary report.
- SSO Enforcement has been disabled for users with Administrator permission (On-Premises only).
- Fixed an issue that was thrown when deleting an account.
- Fixed a bug where it was not possible to configure country code top-level domain (co.uk, com.tr, etc.) on the Discovery Settings page.
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 17th January 2019
NEW SECURITY CHECKS
- Added a new pattern for CherryPy Version Disclosure
- Added an LFI attack pattern for WEB-INF/web.xml
- Added Ruby Error Disclosure detection
- Added WP Engine Configuration File detection
- Added CherryPy Stack Trace Disclosure detection
- Added Intro.js Out-of-date Version detection
- Added Axios Out-of-date Version detection
- Added Fingerprintjs2 Out-of-date Version detection
- Added XRegExp Out-of-date Version detection
- Added DataTables Out-of-date Version detection
- Added Lazy.js Out-of-date Version detection
- Added FancyBox Out-of-date Version detection
- Added Underscore.js Out-of-date Version detection
- Added Lightbox Out-of-date Version detection
- Added JBoss application server Out-of-date Version detection
- Added SweetAlert2 Out-of-date Version detection
- Added Lodash Out-of-date Version detection
- Added Bluebird Out-of-date Version detection
- Added Polymer Out-of-date Version detection
- Added Content Security Policy (CSP) to the Netsparker Enterprise web application
- Changed enum values to display in alphabetical order in the Value column in the Filter popup
- Added an Audit Log for Rate Limited requests
- Highlighted relevant tabs for validation errors on the New Scan Policy page
- Improved the Report Policy page to make it more responsive and added a scroll bar
- Improved help text for Application and Service Discovery pages
- Added a Check/Uncheck by Severity filtering option on the Report Policy page
- Added PHP extension attack for Nginx vulnerability to the File Upload engine
- Added File Upload patterns for the Nginx Parsing vulnerability
- Added settings to the File Upload engine for configuring upload folders
- Added errorlog.axd detection support
- Improved elmah.axd detection
- The severity of the Cookie Not Marked as Secure vulnerability was lowered for non-session cookies
- Improved SSTI PHP Smarty attack detection
- Improved the Swagger link importer to handle additional properties with integer and string value types
- Improved the Expect-CT engine by only reporting a vulnerability once for each host
- Improved RSA key confirmation by handling OpenPGP format
- Increased the HSTS Not Enabled vulnerability severity from Information to Low
- Improved HTTP 407 Proxy Authentication error handling
- Added classifications to the HSTS Not Enabled vulnerability
- Improved CSP security checks by analyzing empty responses, as CSP can be declared on headers instead of meta tags
- Generalized the RegEx Pattern of the trace.axd detected vulnerability to match all languages
- Improved JSON format detection
- Replaced Unicode replacement characters with question marks in responses
- Added a Scan Policy option to attack cookies
- Improved element click DOM simulation for various element types
- SRI Not Implemented will no longer be reported for localhost URLs
- Improved ASP.NET error message detection
- Added descriptions to PCI categories in the PCI Compliance Report
- Improved Boolean SQL Injection detection
- Improved the Blind Command Injection attack patterns
- Improved the representation of Report Template compilation errors
- Misconfigured X-Frame-Options Header is now reported separately
- Status Code, Status Description and Content Length information have been added to the Slowest Pages node in the Knowledge Base
- Improved WADL document parsing by ignoring DTDs
- Improved Open Redirect DOM based confirmation performance
- Long identified source code is shortened in Possible Source Code Disclosure vulnerabilities
- Cookie vulnerabilities report where the cookie is set from
- Improved Swagger Document Format detection
- The file upload engine now detects new links in the response after the file is uploaded
- Fixed the issue where Authentication did not work when retesting
- Fixed the issue where the Swagger importer generated an invalid JSON request body
- Fixed the ArgumentException thrown while performing Heartbleed security checks
- Fixed the issue where the wrong version was identified for Drupal
- Fixed a disallowed HTTP method issue where some methods were still being allowed
- Fixed a typo in the CSP Not Implemented vulnerability details
- Fixed a Form Authentication issue that occured on some React-based websites
- Fixed signature detection for links found via the crawler
- Fixed an issue in the CSP engine where it reported an incorrect vulnerability
- Fixed a URL encoding issue in DOM simulation that was causing some vulnerabilities to be missed
- Fixed the issue where the text parser incorrectly parsed extensions in the onclick event
- Fixed duplicate parsing source field values reported for IFrame vulnerabilities
- Fixed an issue where Apache MultiViews could not be detected in the target server
- Fixed the incorrect Cookie Expire Date set during Form Authentication
- Fixed the incorrect Source Code Disclosure report caused by SSTI attacks
- Fixed a Content-Type parsing issue in Form Authentication
- Fixed the issue where cookies received via Form Authentication were not being analyzed for vulnerabilities
- Fixed the incorrect Source Code Disclosure reported when an XSS via RFI vulnerability was found
- Fixed a bug in cookie handling code during Form Authentication
- Fixed the incorrect severity reported for the Cookie not Marked as Secure vulnerability on some scans
- Fixed an ArgumentOutOfRangeException thrown on some long scans
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 27th November 2018
- Improved colors for the app menu to follow WCAG guidelines
- New scheduled scans are not added to the queue if a delayed one already exists
- Improved validatation for SSO configuration pages
- Updated EULA and TOS pages
- Added support for deleting agents on the Manage Agents page
- Readjusted API rate limits
- Added a Data Protection Policy page
- Account admins can now disable other team members' 2FA settings
- Improved the wording on several pages
- Improved JIRA integration to prevent reopening the same issue twice in JIRA
- Added support for running concurrent scans on a single Enterprise computing instance (ondemand only)
- Attack Pattern' renamed as 'Payload' in the Send To integration templates
- Added tooltip for Scan and Report Policies options on the New Scan page
- Fixed the problem where Severity Trends displayed global severity numbers even if a Scan Group was selected on the Website Dashboard page
- Fixed an issue where the Manage Websites page, where the Last Scanned column was displaying the last scan's initiation time
- Fixed a bug where the severity order was wrong for the Retest Summary section on the Scan Report page
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 19th September 2018
- Added support to save and re-use filters on the list pages (Recents Scans, Websites, Issues etc)
- Added out of the box integration for Slack and ServiceNow
- Introduced Report Policy Editor which allows to customize Scan Report results
- Added Russian FSTEC BDU Vulnerability Database numbers to version vulnerabilities
NEW SECURITY CHECKS
- Added Out of Band Server Side Template Injection security checks
- Added signature detection check for Caddy web server
- Added signature detection check for aah Go server
- Added signature detection check for JBoss application server
- Added CakePHP framework detection
- Added CakePHP version disclosure detection
- Added CakePHP out-of-date version detection
- Added CakePHP Stack Trace Disclosure
- Added CakePHP default page detection
- Added Out of Date checks for CKEditor 5
- Configured scanner agent's service options to recover automatically if it stops
- Improved display order of vulnerabilities in several reports
- Improved the wording in OWASP and Trend Matrix reports
- Updated the licensing model
- Allowed team members to manage their IP restrictions (previously only account administrators were allowed)
- Scheduled Scans will not be queued if a delayed one already exists in scan queue
- Improved Agent List page to display unavailable agents
- Improved the wording in Website and Global Dashboard pages
- Improved '/websites/get' API endpoint to allow filtering by URL
- Improved validation messages for SSO settings
- Improved styling of Permission Matrix on New Team Member page
- Fixed error where Scheduled Scans were disabled by the system on license expiry (they're now available again on license renewal)
- Updated .NET Framework version requirement to 4.7.2
- All authentication vulnerabilities (Basic, NTLM, Digest, etc. authorization required) are merged into a single vulnerability
- Added Label field for JIRA Send To actions
- Added Tags field for Manuscript (FogBugz) Send To actions
- Improved SQL Injection proof data by stripping HTML tags
- Improved CSRF token detection in cookie values
- Fixed wrong PDF scaling issue which causes fonts to be rendered very small for Report templates
- Fixed pagination problem on Scheduled Scans and Website Group pages
- Fixed a bug where screenshots are displayed for Scans run by Internal Agents
- Fixed the incorrect Content-Type header sent during Form Authentication requests
- Fixed the WAF rule generated for TRACE/TRACK HTTP methods which were blocking the other HTTP methods too
- Fixed the URL encoding issue for vulnerabilities that are send to Manuscript (formerly FogBugz)
- Fixed the error where the ExpectCT header was reported as an interesting header
- Fixed the Content-Type header parsing when there was an extra semicolon character at the end of the value
- Fixed the incorrect response displayed for Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerabilities when the request was redirected to another page
- Fixed an incorrect external reference for the ViewState is not Encrypted vulnerability
- Fixed an incorrect possible LFI vulnerability when the response was redirected
- Fixed an incorrect Open Redirect vulnerability reported when a regular link was followed during DOM parsing
- Fixed broken case sensitivity check for crawled links
- Fixed FormatException that occurred while parsing cookies
- Fixed a JsonReaderException that occured while trying to parse a Swagger document
- Fixed parsing URLs with encoded chars
- Fixed hanging Open Redirect checks caused by binary responses
- Fixed the issue where a Swagger YAML file cannot be imported
- Fixed the cookie jar which does not ignore the duplicated cookie based on first cookie's HttpOnly flag
- Fixed the Weak Signature Algorithm that is not reported for a self-signed root certificate
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 25th July 2018
- Updated terms of services document
- Fixed a bug where XML reports can not be exported
- Fixed a bug where Jenkins integration was not working as expected
- Fixed an issue where "Check for Updates" was not displaying correct result for team member users
- Fixed a bug where sorting was not working on Scheduled Scans page
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 23rd July 2018
- Improved text shown after deleting a website
- Improved text shown on Authentication Verifier Settings page
- Improved help text for Recaptcha setting shown on Service Settings page
- Removed 2FA disable button for users who do not have required access permission (previously displayed as disabled)
- Improved timer behaviour of validation code shown on SMS Settings page
- Improved order of vulnerabilities in several reports
- Response content will not be rendered if it's higher than 10MB, instead response data can be downloaded from scan results page
- Refactored and improved performance of reports which can be exported from Scan Results page
- Added market place links for Jenkins, TeamCity and Bamboo plugins shown on Integrations page
- Improved validation messages for JIRA integration
- Improved samples for new website API documentation
- Changed wording on General Settings page
- Simplified endpoint format for Authentication Verifier settings
- Fixed a bug where if previous scan failed with domain resolution error, subsequent scans failed unexpectedly with the same error
- Fixed a bug where imported Swagger file was not parsed during scanning
- Fixed a bug where multiple SAML configurations might be configured with same configuration identifier
- Fixed an issue where Agent could not be disabled on Manage Agents page
- Fixed an issue where Jenkins icon was not displaying properly on IE
- Fixed a bug where sorting was not working for Next Execution Time on Scheduled Scans page
- Fixed a bug where product update links were not displaying correctly
- Fixed a bug where configured Scan Policies' user agent was not used in Authentication Verifier
- Fixed documentation links for SSO providers
- Fixed API authorization error thrown on notification endpoints for Team Members
- Fixed an issue where custom reports were not displayed on Scan Results page
- Fixed an issue where Knowledge Base data was not saved properly
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 29th June 2018
- Fixed a database connectivity issue which was occurring when pool size was not sufficient (onpremises only)
- Fixed an issue where installation wizard was shown when database connectivity was lost (onpremises only)
- Fixed an issue in agent endpoint where scan file names were not set as expected (onpremises only)
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 6th June 2018
- Improved audit logs' contents.
- Fixed an issue in "/scans/new" API endpoint.
- Fixed an issue where SMTP settings was not persisted as expected.
- Fixed an issue in IP restriction settings.
- Fixed an issue where vulnerabilities' request/response details were not displayed properly.
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 29th May 2018
- Added SSO (Single Sign-On) support (onpremises only)
- Added an option to "Scan Policy > HTTP Request" settings to capture HTTP Requests
- Added installation wizard for onpremises installation (onpremises only)
- New plugin for integration with Bamboo
- Added code highlighting support for vulnerability request and response
- Added "Scans per Website Group" report type to Reporting page
- Added an option to general settings to configure retention period for raw scan files (onpremises only)
- Netsparker Desktop integration: ability to import and export scans between the scanners.
- Added Server-Side Template Injection (SSTI) vulnerability checks.
- Added the OWASP 2017 Top Ten classifications report template.
NEW SECURITY CHECKS
- Expect-CT security checks.
- Added various new web applications in the application version database.
- Added out of date checks for Hammer.JS., Phaser., Chart.js., Ramda., reveal.js., Fabric.js., Semantic UI., Leaflet., Foundation., three.js., PDF.js., Polymer.
- Added elapsed time information for ongoing scans
- Added an option to scan reports page for hiding addressed issues
- Improved Agents page to display configured agents' versions (onpremises only)
- Added CVSS score to JSON vulnerabilities report
- Improved user profile to display trial expiration date
- Improved response status messages on the API documentation
- Added Netsparker Enterprise issue link to created tickets for supported issue tracking systems (JIRA, TFS, GitHub and FogBugz)
- Improved help text for schedule scan's license errors
- Allowed team members to manage their own notification settings
- Added "Copy to Clipboard" functionality for API settings
- Improved Incremental Scan page to configure maximum scan duration
- Added an icon for scans launched by continuous integration systems
- Added "LookupId" unique identifier for vulnerabilities to "/scans/report" API endpoint
- Added "FirstSeenDate" and "LastSeenDate" fields for vulnerabilities to "/scans/report" API endpoint
- Added "CreatedAt" and "UpdatedAt" fields for "/websites/list" API endpoint
- Added "/vulnerability/list" API endpoint to list vulnerability templates
- Improved logs for client certificate validation errors
- Crawler can now parse multiple sitemaps in a robots.txt file.
- Added support for parsing swagger documents in yaml format.
- Added support for parsing relative meta refresh URLs.
- Improved parsing of websites using React framework.
- Content-Security-Policy-Report-Only header is not reported as an interesting header.
- Variations are retested before starting an incremental scan.
- Renamed FogBugz send to action to its new name Manuscript.
- GitHub Send to action now works with organization accounts and private repositories.
- Added support for handling HTTP 307 redirects.
- DS_STORE files are discovered and parsed.
- Added WAF (Mod Security) rule generation support for out of band vulnerabilities.
- Improved MySQL double encoded string attacks.
- New Extensions scan policy settings to specify which extensions should be crawled and attacked.
- Added "Disallowed HTTP Methods" settings to scope options on the new scan page.
- Fixed an issue where empty value was not accepted for Excluded URLs
- Fixed an issue where invitation was not deleted after an account deleted
- Fixed font size for highlighted fields on vulnerability details
- Fixed an issue where validation was not working as expected for Netsparker Hawk settings
- Fixed an issue where VDB update date was not persisted as expected
- Fixed some possible vulnerabilities missing [Possible] indicator in title.
- Fixed highlighting problem for "Password Transmitted over HTTP" vulnerability.
- Fixed the incorrect Possible LFI caused by the persisted OOB RCE pattern on the page response.
- Fixed incorrect "[Possible] WS_FTP Log File Detected" vulnerability.
- Fixed Hawk validation error by not following redirects.
- Fixed the issue where a vulnerability is not reported when the cookie contains a CSRF token.
- Fixed the issue where static detection vulnerabilities are treated as fixed after a retest even though they are not.
- Fixed the issue where CSRF token in the cookie is not reported when token is in the form action.
- Fixed the issue on GitHub send to action where the test passed but vulnerability issue cannot be created.
- Fixed the SSL check hang on HTTP only hosts.
- Fixed LFI engine by not analyzing source code disclosure on binary responses.
- Fixed a validation issue for some Swagger documents.
- Fixed the issue where CSP keywords are not reported when used without single quotes.
- Fixed incorrect source code disclosures reported in binary responses.
- Fixed incorrect UNC Server And Share Disclosure vulnerability reports.
- Fixed out of date version reporting behavior when no ordinal is found in version database.
- Fixed Lighttpd version disclosure detection signatures.
- Fixed a Swagger parsing issue.
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 18th April 2018
- Fixed a bug where crawling is not working as expected.
- Fixed a security vulnerability in form authentication verification.
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 6th March 2018
- Improved XML and date samples displayed in API documentation.
- Improved input validation in the reporting page.
- Improved on-premises installation document for customers using load balancer.
- Renamed FogBugz integration to Manuscript.
- Improved validation of custom cookies.
- New scans launched outside scan window will be automatically queued
- Increased character limit for website name.
- Added more details to scanner agent's startup log.
- Improved installation error message of internal scanner agent.
- Improved vulnerability request/response data page performance.
- Improved the navigation of issues and scans.
- Improved validation of custom 404 settings in the Scan Policy.
- Added a "Copy to Clipboard" button for cURL samples in API documentation.
- Improved API documentation to show request details.
- Changed date/time format from 24-hour clock to 12-hour clock.
- Fixed HTTP response data that was not displayed correctly for stored XSS vulnerability.
- Fixed the Github integration which ws not working due to TLS 1.2 connectivity problem.
- Fixed an issue where loading icon does not rendering correctly in IE11.
- Fixed a font size problem in the PCI DSS reports.
- Fixed the info messages that were not fitting in the screen on small resolutions.
- Fixed an issue in which scan profiles could be created with same name.
- Fixed a bug with website verification emails which were not being sent.
- Fixed a bug with vulnerability counts in HIPAA and PCI DSS compliance reports.
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 31th January 2018
- Added agent grouping support which allows to launch scans in specified agent group. This feature is only available for on-premises standard agents.
- New API endpoints for getting website and website group details.
- Changed Netpsparker Enterprise application's loading icon.
- Added an icon to indicate external links.
- Fixed an issue where scans are not launched on on-premises AWS scanner agents.
- Fixed an issue where realtime scan results are not displayed correctly in IE11.
- Fixed an issue where proofs are not displayed correctly on vulnerability details section.
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 13th December 2017
- Realtime scan results
- Added out of the box integration support for: FogBugz, Github and TFS issue tracking systems.
- Grouping of notifications so a single email or SMS alert is sent with a list of all alerts rather than multiple individual alerts.
- New API endpoint for launching group scans.
- Scheduling for incremental scans both from the web UI and API.
- New API endpoint for generating custom scan reports.
- New scan policy setting to define Web (Session and Local) Storage.
- New Header Authentication settings to manually add request headers with authentication information.
- Added support to import links from CSV files.
- Added support for parsing of gzipped sitemaps.
NEW SECURITY CHECKS
- Check for reflected Code Evaluation in Apache Struts 2 (CVE-2017-12611).
- Check for Remote Code Execution in Apache Struts (CVE-2017-5638).
- Scan Time Window setting is now available to new group scans page.
- Improved scan stability and performance.
- Improved default Form Values settings.
- Updated external references for several vulnerabilities.
- Updated default User-Agent HTTP request header string.
- Changed API endpoints to return 201-Created response status code for new resources.
- Added several UI improvements for WCAG guidelines compliance.
- Improved the email template that reports issues.
- Added "Attack Parameters" information to Scanned URLs report.
- Renamed the "Important" vulnerability severity to "High".
- Added Form Authentication performance data to Scan Performance knowledge base node.
- Improved Active Mixed Content vulnerability description.
- Improved DOM simulation for events attached to document object.
- Added parsing of "Alternates", "Content-Location" and "Refresh" response headers.
- Improved CSP engine performance by checking CSP Nonce value per directory.
- Changed sqlmap payloads to start with sqlmap.py, including the .py extension.
- Added --batch argument to sqlmap payloads.
- Removed Markdown Injection XSS attack payloads.
- Added ALL parameter type option to the Ignored Parameters settings.
- Added gtm.js (Google Tag Manager JS library) to the default excluded scope patterns.
- Updated the Accept HTTP header value for default scan policy.
- Added CSS exclusion selector supports frames and iframes.
- Added parsing source information to Scanned URLs List and Crawled URLs List (JSON) reports.
- Email disclosure will not be reported for email addresses used in form authentication credentials.
- Added focus and blur event simulation for form authentication set value API calls.
- Added more information about HTML forms and input for vulnerabilities found in HTML forms.
- Added Parameter Value column to the Vulnerabilities List report in CSV format.
- Added match by HTML element id for form values.
- Improved Windows Short Filename vulnerability details Remedy section.
- URL Rewrite parameters are now represented as asterisks in sqlmap payloads.
- Fixed an issue where AutoSave filename is missing during resuming a scan.
- Fixed an issue where "Test" button of authentication settings does not work as expected.
- Fixed an issue where model binding does not work as expected for scan profile API endpoints.
- Fixed CSRF vulnerability reporting on change password forms.
- Fixed case sensitivity checks while matching ignored parameters, now it matches case sensitive.
- Fixed the incorrect disabled external references section in WordPress Setup Configuration File template.
- Fixed various source code disclosure issues.
- Fixed an escaping issue with CSS exclusion selectors.
- Fixed the issue where the basic authentication credentials were not being sent on logout detection phase.
- Fixed a random DOM simulation exception occurs when site creates popup windows.
- Fixed a RemotingException occurs on Form Authentication Verifier.
- Fixed a possible NullReferenceException on Form Authentication.
- Fixed the broken form authentication custom script when the last line of the script is a single line comment.
- Fixed huge parameter value deserialization memory usage.
- Fixed the wrong URLs added with only extension values.
- Fixed a NullReferenceException which may be thrown while importing a swagger file.
- Fixed form authentication not triggered on retest.
- Fixed StackOverflowException in swagger parser thrown while parsing objects containing circular references.
- Fixed a swagger file parsing issue where target URL should be used when host field is missing.
- Fixed swagger importer by ignoring any metadata properties.
- Fixed a NullReferenceException occurs during DOM simulation.
- Fixed the incorrect URLs parsed on attack responses.
- Fixed the redundant duplicate HTTP requests issued by Web App Fingerprinter.
- Fixed ignore parameter issue for parameters containing special characters.
- Fixed a NullReferenceException that occurs for select elements missing option elements on multipart requests.
- Fixed missing vulnerabilities requiring late confirmation for incremental scans.
- Fixed a NullReferenceException may occur on iframe security checks.
Netsparker Enterprise Update - 26th September 2017
NEW SECURITY CHECK
- Added "Out of Band Code Evaluation (Apache Struts 2)" security check (CVE-2017-9805).