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This article is part of the December 2005 issue of Top forensics tools for tracking down cybercriminals
Hailstorm v2.6 Cenzic Price: $15,000 per application per year (unlimited users, support and updates) @exb Hailstorm v2.6 @exe Vulnerability assessment and penetration testing technologies focused on Web applications remain very specialized areas, requiring multiple tools, techniques and expertise. Organizations that want to integrate security into their application development lifecycle can hire security consultants to perform pen tests on a regular basis, or can deploy a tool that does an acceptable job without requiring a full-time administrator. Cenzic's Hailstorm v2.6 presents a viable in-house option, allowing security architects to collaborate with QA and development staffs to test commercial and custom Web apps for known vulnerabilities and regulatory and corporate security policy compliance. Because its licensing is per application (for unlimited users), security architects can configure scan jobs and let QA engineers run them when required. Our testing was conducted on a custom Web application (IIS 5.0, ASP.NET) that we successfully scanned for ... Access >>>
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