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Re: Testing Application vulnerability tools
From: WALI <hkhasgiwale () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 21:16:50 +0400

Thanks to all you great guys for replying with so many options. I first intend to start with (of course) freewares and then move over to commercial versions.

With open source tools like Nessus and remote-exploit out there,my faith in freewares has taken a leap.

I am sure, I am not the only one!! :)

At 03:46 AM 2/20/2007 +0000, manmohan pv wrote:


I think Appscan or Acunetix are the two tools used to
find the CSS and SQL related issues.

both are commercial tools.


--- WALI <hkhasgiwale () gmail com> wrote:

> I have a team of software developers involved in
> writing code for HR
> management application. They have put the first
> module payroll online but
> everyday, we get reports of users getting access to
> areas they shouldn't.
> The software team is involved in continues debugging
> and patching.
> Is there a tool I can use to do software code review
> (.NET)
> I know it's also design issue but there should be a
> way I can at least
> check the front end (http) interface for common
> vulnerabilities?

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