Tools and ScansTechnical documentation, guides and FAQs related to our tools and scanners.
Frequently Asked Questions
Scans may be the center of all the other features we offer. Knowing how to handle them is a must.
Counting scans shouldn't be a priority for you. Instead, keep an eye on the parallel scans.
Don't endlessly watch the clock while a particular scan is running.
Accessibility suits websites best.
The scan is there. Just allow yourself to see it.
Analyzing parameters is the key.
We don't make impossible promises. Unless they are not impossible anymore. It depends on your accessibility level to the DNS server.
Web Application Testing
Static Application Security Testing (SAST) vs Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)
Looking for vulnerabilities in your web application? Let Website Scanner do that for you! In this article we explain all the features and options available to help you make the finest vulnerability reports.
The complete list of tests performed by the website vulnerability scanner with details on how each test works.
How to fix the error: Target URL redirects to … which is out of scope. Please scan this URL directly.
Pay attention to URL's, as they might trick you!
Network Infrastructure Testing
Go default, specify the range or provide a list? - You choose.
Things are not always what they seem - The host may not be down, even if the scanner sees it that way
Our port scanners let you select between several common port lists, a specific port range, or a custom port list. See here what ports are actually being scanned, depending on which option you select.
Each IP in a range or CIDR will be considered as a separate target