Looking for application vulnerability scanner

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My group is considering implementing an application vulnerability scanner to look for security holes in our Web sites. Can you recommend some products? Thanks
ASKED: April 20, 2006  2:59 PM
UPDATED: November 13, 2009  3:27 AM

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Application Security; Watchfire; Spidynamics are a few. See also searchappsecurity.com!

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  • petkoa
    If you have a linux/unix box (or care to install one) you can as well try Nessus. Unfortunately, its server component is not ported to Windows. BR, Petko
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  • MichelleDavidson
    Definitely check out SearchAppSecurity.com. We have articles and product reviews -- and links to those types of stories on other Web sites. Here are a couple: Product review: SPI Dynamics WebInspect 5.8 http://searchappsecurity.techtarget.com/newsItem/0,289139,sid92_gci1173075,00.html Cenzic Hailstorm case study: Boston College takes preemptive approach to Web application attacks http://searchappsecurity.techtarget.com/originalContent/0,289142,sid92_gci1183112,00.html -- Michelle Davidson, editor, SearchAppSecurity.com
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  • ItDefPat1
    Windows web sec article on ALSO ON SEARCHWINDOWSSECURITY.COM STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE: Securing Web servers http://searchwindowssecurity.techtarget.com/generic/0,295582,sid45_gci1179797,00.html?track=NL-480&ad=549960 A couple of good suggestions, but some I am not familiar with.
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  • Joseph34
    I would look at SecureWorks...They have a great deal of application experience.
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  • Coder627
    Thank you for all the suggestions. They've been helpful.
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  • Rahul Shrivastava
    You can use Appscan, Wikto and Appdetective (for databse of web applications)
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  • Zjanetblazp
    i can suggest you a good web application scanner: MatriXay 3.0. Its website is: http://www.dbappsecurity.com
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