Articles by Invicti Security Team
February 2020 Update for Invicti Enterprise
Invicti Terminates Support for TLS 1.1
Invicti will no longer support TLS 1.1 from 26 December 2019. This will affect all HTTPS traffic to Invicti, including: software updates, the licensing process, and vulnerability database updates. Invicti requests that all users encountering issues should update their settings or contact Invicti Support.
Invicti Standard 5.6 – January 2020 Update
December 2019 Update for Netsparker Enterprise
Netsparker Standard 5.5 – November 2019 Update
Netsparker Standard 5.4 – September 2019 Update
September 2019 Update for Netsparker Enterprise
This blog post announces the September 2019 update for Netsparker Enterprise. Highlights are support for internal agents and bulk operations, and new issues tracking integrations and API endpoints. Other new features are support for data exporting, a technical contact change option, scan conversion options, and new malware technology.
Joe Gillespie is Interviewed About Netsparker for Enterprise Security Weekly #148
Celebrating 10 Years of Netsparker
Sven Morgenroth Talks About How Facebook Stored Millions of Passwords in Plain Text on Hack Naked News #212
Netsparker Standard 5.3 – March 2019 Update
We announce the Netsparker Standard 5.3 update, released in March 2019. Highlights are Scan Policies for PCI and OWASP Top Ten. Other new features are: Netsparker Assistant; scan performance upgrades; OAuth2 authentication; added Integration options for Azure DevOps, Redmine and Bugzilla; a Best Practice Severity Level; and RESTful API features.