The following are eXtensions created by AppScan Standard.
AppScan Reporter for Microsoft PowerPoint
This eXtension creates executive summary presentations from scan results based on user templates.
AXE (Automatic XML Export)
AXE automatically exports scan results into XML to a specified location, when the scan is over. The export location can either be a local drive or a network shared drive.
This eXtension logs all of AppScan Standard's events to a log file. You can use this eXtension to decide which AppScan Standard event will be logged to a textual file that you define.
This eXtension launches (the ultra-useful) Nmap port scanner (http://insecure.org/nmap/) and attempts to locate open ports on the scanned Web server, that speak HTTP or HTTPS.
Mail-E-Vent adds the ability of sending email notifications to AppScan Standard. Users can configure which events will trigger an email, as well the ability to send a PDF report at the end of the scan.
This eXtension exports the non-vulnerable scan results into XML to a specified location.
Privilege Escalation Runner
The Privilege Escalation Runner automates the scanning with different login credentials, and then continues to perform the Privilege Escalation tests available in AppScan Standard.
Speak and Scan
This eXtension uses the Microsoft® Win32 Speech API (SAPI) to make AppScan Standard speak in human voice when certain events occur during scan.
This tool can be used to view any vulnerability outside AppScan Standard.
This eXtension creates a context-menu item, that allows you to copy a certain issue that was found during a scan, including its URL tree.
This eXtension allows you to create a new bug in your defect tracking system directly from the AppScan Standard UI.
FiletoEXD works by taking a directory listing from a file created on either Linux or Windows and importing it directly into AppScan Standard.
This eXtension lets the user search for information about a specific security issue that was found by AppScan Standard.