This is an archive post from the Netsparker (now Invicti) blog. Please note that the content may not reflect current product names and features in the Invicti offering.
We're delighted to announce a Netsparker Standard release. The highlights of this release are: a rewritten Sitemap and Issues panes; a new Family Vulnerabilities feature; added support for 64-bit smart card drivers and Swagger 3.0 Importer; and several, new Send To integrations, including GitLab, Bitbucket, Unfuddle and Zapier.
This announcement highlights what is new and improved in this latest update.
Rewritten Sitemap and Issues Panes
We have rewritten the Sitemap and Issues trees, which improves the performance and adds features like filtering, grouping, sorting and searching. This new Sitemap will enhance the user experience and enable greater productivity for Netsparker users.
For further information, see Viewing the Scan Summary Dashboard in Netsparker Standard.
We have added a Vulnerability Families feature, where similar types of vulnerabilities are no longer reported separately. This addresses the issue of multiple reports for some single vulnerabilities. Netsparker will now report a single instance of vulnerabilities detected from the same family.
64-bit Smart Card Driver Support
We have added support for 64-bit smart card drivers for authentication. This is an improvement on our initial 32-bit support.
Send to Integration Additions
We have added Send To implementation which allows users to send the vulnerability details to:
Netsparker Enterprise will also have the same integration.
For further information, see Creating a New Send To Action in Netsparker Standard.
Swagger 3.0 Importer
We have added support for Swagger 3 / OpenAPI link import. This is the new version of Swagger API documentation used for Web Services.