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 are happy to announce the first Netsparker Enterprise update of 2018! The major highlights of this update are the integration plugins. Netsparker Enterprise is the only web application security solution available on the market that enables businesses to scan thousands of websites within just hours, and generate accurate results they can act on without requiring any manual verification process.
Netsparker Enterprise’s unique ability to scale makes it a perfect solution for those businesses and enterprises that have a lot of websites they are struggling to make secure. This is why in this and future updates, we will be focusing much more on developing integration tools to easily integrate automated web vulnerability scanning in the SDLC.
Integration Plugins for TeamCity and Jenkins
With this release we are announcing two new integration plugins:
- One will integrate Netsparker Enterprise with the TeamCity CI/CD server
- The other one will integrate Netsparker Enterprise with the Jenkins automation server
Both integrations are very easy to setup because they are wizard driven, though should you need some assistance, click on the respective links above for a detailed walk-through of how to setup the integration.
Integration Menu in Netsparker Cloud
We have also introduced a new Integration menu in Netsparker Enterprise, from which you can view all available integration plugins and set up your own integrations.
Improved API Documentation
Netsparker Enterprise also has a fully blown REST API that can be used to integrate the web security solution with virtually any tool you typically find in the SDLC, DevOps and live environments. In this update, we have also upgraded the REST API documentation by including more examples.
For a complete list of what is new, improved and fixed in this update, refer to the Netsparker Enterprise changelog.
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