[Owasp-austin] Web Application Security Scanners

Derwin Williams DEWILLIA at tceq.state.tx.us
Sat Oct 25 03:02:37 EDT 2008


David,
 
AppScan by WatchFire, now owned by IBM, is a product I would like to recommend.
 


Derwin "DW" Williams, A.S., B.A., M.S., CICA
Agency Information Security Officer
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
MC-197, PO Box 13087, Austin, TX  78753
(512) 239-1256, Fax:  (512) 239-0888
dewillia at tceq.state.tx.us 

>>> David Hughes <dhughes at indepthsec.com> 10/3/2008 10:22 AM >>>
All,

While I've had experience with vulnerability scanners (Core, Nessus, etc) I've never really looked into what's out there with regards to vuln scanners that focus on Web Application Vulnerability scanning.  I'm trying to compile a list of security tools that are "out there" and was wondering what you all know about/use/recommend.  I have a pretty full list of other tools, but my web app section is pretty lean. Any thoughts? Could be open source, commercial, etc. 

Thanks

David H. 


-- David Hughes, CISSP,MCSA,MCSE In-Depth Security 823 Congress Avenue, #1510 Austin, TX  78701 office:512.394.3754 mobile: 512.623.9550www.indepthsec.com
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