Acunetix Vulnerability Scanner Previous Solutions

Securityf8d4
Security Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I'm still learning how to use this solution. We were using the Burp Suite and its scan before this, which is very similar. I would actually say that the Burp Suite finds quite a bit more vulnerabilities than Acunetix does. View full review »
SeniorSe98b1
Senior Security Engineer at a insurance company
The speed is phenomenal. Some of our applications can do a scan in less ten minutes, even some of our bigger scans. We were using Micro Focus Fortify WebInspect when it is was owned by HPE, and it would take two or three days for it to scan everything. Acunetix can scan everything within 13 hours, which is sort of long time, but still much shorter than the other apps that we were using. So, it seems to be pretty quick and pretty thorough. We switched solutions because of cost and the timing of the scans was taking too long. View full review »
LeadInfo77fb
Lead Information Security Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The speed of Acunetix would be about the same as previous solutions we've used. Most of the time I just kick it off, walk away, come back later, and check it out. The speed is not the most important thing for us. Of course, we don't want it to drag on too long. The false-positive rate has also been comparable to most other tools we use. I wouldn't say that it's best-in-class. One of the biggest problems I've had with Acunetix is that it's hard to replicate things manually because you don't get the raw packet. Its debugging functionality hasn't been the best. View full review »
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reviewer1218672
IT Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
For static analysis, we previously used different tools. We carried out an evaluation comparing different tools, and Acunetix was the one that most of us liked. View full review »
reviewer1155117
User
Previously I was using IBM Rational AppScan, Burp Suite, and some other open-source tools. I switched from AppScan to Acunetix mainly because of a better price/value ratio when I had purchased my perpetual license (which now, unfortunately, is not available anymore). View full review »
Letsogile-Baloi
CEO at IMART OFFICE CONSULTANTS
We are now doing a profile on Barracuda because we are partners but we don't have clients yet. It is very difficult to profile because we don't have a live environment. The only way we could have a live environment is if we deploy it in-house. We deployed in-house to test the cloud solution and we are moving to LV1 solutions within our MSP. We were bringing everything on top of a CASB, a cloud broker for security. We had to look at different solutions to see what could be brought on top of the CASBplatform and what we would be leaving out from the previous partnerships. We wanted to look at a different solution. View full review »
reviewer1292124
Cyber Security Associate at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Before switching to this solution we used the Burp Suite Pro. We switched because we found this solution's findings more accurate. It has better performance. View full review »
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