Netsparker Desktop Overview
- False Positive Free Web Application Security Scans
- Start a New Scan Dialog
- Site Map
- Scan Summary Dashboard
- Scan Policy Editor
- Scan Scheduler
- Netsparker Support and Documentation
View HTTP Request and Response of an Issue
Click on the HTTP Request / Response tab to see both the HTTP request which was used to identify the highlighted issue and the HTTP response the scanner received from the target server.
Screenshot 11 –The HTTP Request/Response tab
Depending on the response content, other special views such as “ASP.NET View State” or “JSON” will be automatically available as shown below.
Use the tabs Raw and Headers at the top of both the HTTP request and response to see the same HTTP request or response in a different and more readable format. Use the Parameters tab to see the parameters and their values sent in the HTTP request.
While on Response you can use “Ctrl + F” to focus on “Find” text input and use “F3”, “Shift + F3” to cycle through the search results in the textbox.