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Rapid7 enhances NeXpose to address Flash security issues

Rapid7 announced NeXpose 4.10.4 to address Adobe Flash security vulnerabilities and cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.

Rapid7 announced its flagship NeXpose product will now support full Adobe Flash decompilation and

analysis. Unveiled at RSA Conference 2011, NeXpose 4.10.4 allows its users to perform deep scans, revealing Flash vulnerabilities and protecting users from cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.

NeXpose is designed to uncover potential injection points in Flash applications, information disclosures and coding mistakes. NeXpose alerts users to pages that are only linked from Flash menus and hard-coded credentials in Flash elements. NeXpose also analyzes HTTP POST requests in Flash forms for injection vulnerabilities.

~Ryan Cloutier, Contributor

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