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I am just at the beginning stages of trying to identify a short list of vulnerabilty scanners. I downloaded the trial version of AppScan, but unfortunately it is constrained to a canned test web site. This will not give us an idea on how this product will do against our legacy application, which is large. But worse, the default scan of the test web site did not turn up any vulnerabilites. Is there some kind of tutorial or walkthru on what to run and what to look for?
Updated on 2013-02-07T21:17:55Z at 2013-02-07T21:17:55Z by warrenm1
bbrazeau 2700013NU6148 Posts
Re: Trial version problem2010-07-05T22:28:51ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Can you tell me where you are located? If so, I can get the contact details from our sales department to provide you with a trial license so that you would be able to scan your own application.
As for setting up the demo site, go through the configuration wizard, set the starting URL as demo.testfire.net, record a login (username: jsmith , password: demo1234) and leave all the other settings as their default. You should be able to then perform a scan (Scan > Full Scan) successfully.
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK403 Posts
Re: Trial version problem2013-02-04T20:58:56ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- bbrazeau 2700013NU6
In the AppScan Log -
No license for host: demo.testfire.net
This is the trial app, so there is no license key? I would really love to trial it on either that test site or a micro-project that I have created to test the security scanning before purchasing licenses.
warrenm1 270001F39C224 Posts
Re: Trial version problem2013-02-07T21:17:55ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- SystemAdmin 110000D4XK
There should be a trial license boxed with the product, what do you see if you go to Help/Licenses?
If there is one there its possible your system isn't resolving the host on the license check. Try via ip: