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Invicti Professional Web Application Security Scanner
Audit the Security of Your Websites with Invicti Web Application Security Scanner
Invicti finds and reports web application vulnerabilities such as SQL Injection and Cross-site Scripting (XSS) on all types of web applications, regardless of the platform and technology they are built with. Invicti’s unique and dead accurate Proof-Based Scanning Technology does not just report vulnerabilities, it also produces a Proof of Concept to confirm they are not false positives. Freeing you from having to double-check the identified vulnerabilities.
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Some of the basic security tests should include testing:
- SQL Injection
- XSS (Cross-site Scripting)
- DOM XSS
- Command Injection
- Blind Command Injection
- Local File Inclusions & Arbitrary File Reading
- Remote File Inclusions
- Remote Code Injection / Evaluation
- CRLF / HTTP Header Injection / Response Splitting
- Open Redirection
- Frame Injection
- Database User with Admin Privileges
- Vulnerability – Database (Inferred vulnerabilities)
- ViewState not Signed
- ViewState not Encrypted
- Web Backdoors
- TRACE / TRACK Method Support Enabled
- Disabled XSS Protection
- ASP.NET Debugging Enabled
- ASP.NET Trace Enabled
- Accessible Backup Files
- Accessible Apache Server-Status and Apache Server-Info pages
- Accessible Hidden Resources
- Vulnerable Crossdomain.xml File
- Vulnerable Robots.txt File
- Vulnerable Google Sitemap
- Application Source Code Disclosure
- Silverlight Client Access Policy File Vulnerable
- CVS, GIT, and SVN Information and Source Code Disclosure
- PHPInfo() Pages Accessible and PHPInfo() Disclosure in other Pages
- Sensitive Files Accessible
- Redirect Response BODY Is Too Large
- Redirect Response BODY Has Two Responses
- Insecure Authentication Scheme Used Over HTTP
- Password Transmitted over HTTP
- Password Form Served over HTTP
- Authentication Obtained by Brute Forcing
- Basic Authentication Obtained over HTTP
- Weak Credentials
- E-mail Address Disclosure
- Internal IP Disclosure
- Directory Listing
- Version Disclosure
- Internal Path Disclosure
- Access Denied Resources
- MS Office Information Disclosure
- AutoComplete Enabled
- MySQL Username Disclosure
- Default Page Security
- Cookies not marked as Secure
- Cookies not marked as HTTPOnly
- Stack Trace Disclosure
- Programming Error Message Disclosure
- Database Error Message Disclosure
Invicti Professional Change Log
Version 18.104.22.168485 – 14th June 2022
- Added GraphQL Libraries detection support.
- Added the Shark node to the Knowledge Base.
- Added Acunetix XML to URL Import.
- Added built-in DVWA policies to scan policies.
- Updated embedded Chromium browser.
- Added a new IAST vulnerability: Overly Long Session Timeout.
- Added new config vulnerabilities for the IAST Node.js sensor.
- Added new config vulnerabilities for the IAST Java sensor.
- Added support for detecting SQL Injections on HSQLDB.
- Added support for detecting XSS through file upload.
- Updated DISA STIG Classifications.
- Updated Java and Node.js IAST sensors.
- Improved time-based blind SQLi detection checks.
- Improved the Content Security Policy Engine.
- Updated XSS via File Upload vulnerability template.
- Updated License Agreement on the Invicti Standard installer.
- Added Extract Resource default property to DOM simulation.
- Improved proxy usage in Netsparker Standard for outgoing web requests such as Hawk.
- Added an option to discard certificate validation errors on the Enterprise Integration window during SSL/TLS connections.
- Added vulnerability type filter to add VulnerabilityLookup table.
- Added the agent mode to the authentication request.
- Added a default behavior to scan the login page.
- Added an option to disable anti-CSRF token attacks.
- Added an option to block navigation on SPAs pages.
- Added a default behavior to disable TLS1.3
NEW SECURITY CHECKS
- Fixed basic authorization over HTTP bug.
- Fixed SQL Injection Vulnerability Family Reporting Bug.
- Fixed a bug that the custom script throws a null reference exception when a script is added to the paused scan.
- Fixed a bug that deletes an authentication password when a new scan is started with a copied profile.
- Fixed a bug that causes the Sitemap to disappear during scanning with IAST.
- Fixed a bug that caused missing tables and values when a report policy is exported as an SQL file.
- Fixed a typo bug on GraphQL importing window.
- Fixed the report naming bug that occurs users create a custom report from a base report.
- Fixed an issue that causes the attack process not to be completed for a security check when there is an error occurred while attacking a parameter with an attack pattern.
- Fixed a bug that updates all built-in scan policies instead of edited scan policy.
- Fixed a typo on Skip Crawling & Attacking pop-up.
- Fixed a bug that prevents an error icon from appearing after entering unacceptable characters for the scan policy name.
- Fixed a bug that does not migrate the Spring4Shell Remote Code Execution check to a new scan policy although more than 50% of the checks are selected.
- Fixed a bug that throws an error when the Large SPA is selected from the Load Preset Values drop-down on the Scan Policy window.
- Fixed a bug that does not show Configuration Wizard for the Rest API TestInvicti website.
- Fixed missing template section migration on report policy.
- Fixed a bug that throws an error when a report is submitted upon error.
- Fixed the LFI Exploiter null reference.
- Fixed a bug that occurs when a detailed scan report does not report the CVSS scores for custom vulnerabilities.
- Fixed a bug that occurs when the Log4J vulnerability profile is not migrated with the report policy migration.
- Fixed a bug that occurs when users search the Target URL on the New Scan panel.
- Fixed typo in the timeout error message.
- Fixed a bug that prevents the WSDL files from being imported.
- Fixed reporting “SSL/TLS not implemented” when scanning only TLS 1.3 supported sites.
- Fixed a bug that throws an error for NTML authentication when the custom username and password credentials are provided when the system proxy is entered into the appsetting.json
- Removed Expect-CT security check.
- Removed the End-of-Text characters in URL rewrite rules.