Wondering what helps minimize the pain, stress and time required to run effective Web vulnerability scans? It’s the things you can see in the toolbar of HP’s WebInspect:
Start/Resume, Pause – because you’re going to need to pause and resume your scans at some point.
Rescan – because you’re going to want to re-run the scan again or re-test for the flaws uncovered previously.
Compare – because you’re going to have a need to compare results for remediation validation testing, etc. eventually.
If you do this work enough, these types of vulnerability scanner features can have tremendous payoffs over the long haul.
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