"Acunetix"--Web Vulnerability Scanner.

Is your website hackable??....lol :) this question will surely make you wonder for a while....you can check this by "ACUNETIX"-Web Vulnerability  Scanner.Nowadays hackers are focusing on  applications on website like shopping cart,logins..etc because these applications control credit card info,customer information etc which are of great importance for hackers.Firewall,SSL,lock down servers are really useless in web application hacking as port :80 has to remain open always.So to make your website secure you have to look out for vulnerabilities regularly,which can be done with "ACUNETIX".

How acunetix can protect your website?
  • Acunetix scans your web appliation  for  Sql Injection,Cross Site Scripting and other vulnerabilities.
  • It has advanced penetration testing tool  like HTTP Editor,Sniffer,Fuzzer and more.
  • Generate regulatory compliance report.
  • Checks password strength on authentication  pages( HTTP,HTML forms)
  • Also scans for Ajax and Java script applications for vulnerabilities.
Why you should use this?
--Acunetix is used by leading companies worldwide like IBM,at&t,ADIDAS,SAMSUNG,NASA etc.

--The biggest benefit is the largest amount of vulnerabilities  it scans and report.

Website:http://www.acunetix.com/
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comment 6 comments:

Chandrika Shubham on July 14, 2010 at 5:48 PM said...

Thanks for sharing! :)

Satyajit Das(Admins) on July 14, 2010 at 7:27 PM said...

thnks Chandrika for ur response.....:)
keep visiting....

Shekhar Sahu on July 15, 2010 at 4:56 PM said...

Hackers and Pirate create big loss to the industry. Hope this would help . :)

Satyajit Das(Admins) on July 15, 2010 at 6:51 PM said...

@Shekhar....its true my friend....but what ever security measures we adapt there still the human factor which open up faults..for these people.... :)

Sumon on July 15, 2010 at 11:07 PM said...

thanks for share this. great @

Satyajit Das(Admins) on July 16, 2010 at 10:22 AM said...

thnks Sumon for visiting.... :)

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