[WEB SECURITY] which is the best web application vulnerability scanner

Ryan Dewhurst ryandewhurst at gmail.com
Wed May 4 13:01:19 EDT 2011


Not one of them is best at everything. Each is different. Use as many as
possible (to a degree).

Ryan Dewhurst

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On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 5:42 AM, dave b <db.pub.mail at gmail.com> wrote:

> > My personal recommendation is to learn the concepts in Tamper Data and
> > to build on webappsec knowledge in order to write your own scanner(s).
> > The ones that you build for yourself will always be "the best",
> > because you're the customer (and you know yourself and your testing
> > capabilities, especially test case design and test case organization
> > along with time management and other principles).
>
> I agree with  'the ones that you build for yourself will always be
> "the best" '  :)
> (I find most to be useless for my needs).
>
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