Articles by Robert Abela
Can I Upgrade from Netsparker Standard to Professional?
Send Web Security Resports via Email Upon Scheduled Scan Completion
How Can I See the HTTP Requests and Responses of a Scan?
Restricting Web Security Scans to Run During a Specific Time
How to Recover an Unexpectedly Terminated Scan?
Sample XML Report and Vulnerability Mapping for Netsparker Desktop
How to Scan a Website with Netsparker Desktop via a SOCKS Proxy
Exclude (and Include) Links from the Sitemap After Crawling
Optimize Netsparker Scan Policies for Quicker and More Efficient Web Application Security Scans
POODLE SSL Vulnerability – The End of Life for SSL 3.0
The newly discovered POODLE SSL vulnerability enables attackers to capture and read traffic encrypted using the SSL 3.0 protocol, which even though is fifteen years old the protocol is still widely supported for backward compatibility. Scan your web servers with Netsparker to check if they are vulnerable to the POODLE SSL vulnerability.
Shellshock Bash Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Explained and How to Detect It
The Shellshock Bash vulnerability allows an attacker to send operating system commands to the web server operating system, thus allowing the attacker to take over the server. This web security article explains what is the Shellshock vulnerability and how you can automatically check if your web environment is vulnerable to this critical vulnerability.