These are the latest updates we've made to our platform. If you have any questions about any of the updates you see below, please feel free to contact us!

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June 2024 Changes

  • More, clearer, better findings from the Network Scanner

    The latest updates to our Network Vulnerability Scanner now let you: 

    • Detect CVE-2024-6387 (CVSSv3 8.1), aka RegreSSHion, the critical OpenSSH vulnerability that got a CVE assigned yesterday - and for which we integrated detection today so you can be truly ahead of attackers (technical write-up for context)

    • Detect CVE-2023-48788 (CVSSv3 9.8), the SQL Injection in Fortinet FortiClient EMS, which a remote attacker can use to run SQL commands on the vulnerable target and fully compromise the database that the FortiClient EMS uses

    • Get individual findings for publicly exposed services such as PostgreSQL, MongoDB, OracleDB, and Redis 

    • Get an informational finding when a port redirects to another port, which leads to skipping the vulnerability checks for that target

    • See the steps to replicate a finding in a dedicated section called “How to reproduce” to make it easier to browse through details

  • Custom Sniper exploits for RCE and file disclosure vulns

    After this month’s updates, Sniper Auto-Exploiter, our most powerful offensive security tool, can gain unauthenticated RCE on the target and extract multiple artefacts as evidence for the following CVEs:

    • CVE-2024-23108 (CVSSv3 9.8) - RCE in Fortinet FortiSIEM. This exploit helps you validate that a remote, unauthenticated attacker can leverage this vulnerability to fully compromise the server and steal confidential information, install ransomware, or pivot to the internal network.

    • CVE-2024-24919 (CVSSv3 8.6) - Information Disclosure in Check Point CloudGuard Network Security. This Arbitrary File Read through a Path Traversal vulnerability can give an unauthenticated attacker remote access to any file on the target’s filesystem. 

    • CVE-2020-29390 (CVSSv3 9.8) - RCE in Zeroshell. Incorrect handling of the User parameter, which doesn't correctly sanitize user-controlled input, causes this vulnerability. An attacker can use a special character to achieve RCE on the target, as the user that is running the webserver process.

  • More efficient brute-forcing with the Password Auditor

    If you’re relying on our Password Auditor to test for weak credentials, we’ve improved the experience of using it in four ways.

    It’s now easier to understand why the brute force attack finished much earlier than you expected:

    • We generate a screenshot when the Password Auditor finds weak credentials using Basic Authorization. 

    • If a port redirects to another port, we skip the bruteforce on that port and you get an informational finding.

    • We also generate a screenshot when the bruteforce attack exceeds current capabilities, including: account lockout detection, website access blocked during the bruteforce, CAPTCHA found, Login form could not be found, and Third Party Authentication or Two Step Authentication detected.

    • And, finally, to reduce false positives, we've added new checks when the tool finds weak credentials.

  • Detect Weak HMAC Secrets and Algorithm Confusion

    Our well-loved Website Vulnerability Scanner also got updates, as it does every single month:

    • SSTI code context - we've improved the capabilities of our Server Side Template Injection detector by adding payloads that work in code context.

    • JWT phase 2 - And we've finished the second part of our JWT detector by adding payloads that work in code context. It can now detect: Weak HMAC Secrets and Algorithm Confusion issues.

  • DOCX reports now compatible with Google Docs!

    Until now, our DOCX reports were very dependent on Microsoft Word. 

    We spent a lot of time and effort to change this and we have good news: DOCX files are now compatible with Google Docs!

    If you’re already using GDocs in your day to day work, you can work together with your team to speed up the review process. Plus, other editors can benefit from this update too.

    Choose the findings you want to report to see this new option in action!

  • NahamSec uses for bug bounty hacking

    How do you zero in on the assets really worth your hacking energy and focus? 

    The awesome NahamSec explains how he combs through hundreds of domains that branch into even more subdomains to find targets with the highest potential of having a bounty-worthy vulnerability (which he actually finds)!

    Check out his latest video, which we had the pleasure of sponsoring:

    Hacking Large Corporations (Recon)

May 2024 Changes

  • Web app vulnerability scanners benchmark results

    We evaluated our Website Vulnerability Scanner with some of the most-known tools in Dynamic Web Application Security Testing, both commercial and open-source options: Burp Scanner, Acunetix, Qualys, Rapid7 InsightVM, and ZAP. Find out which was the most accurate scanner and which had the most false positives!

    For a look behind the scenes, check out our blog article.

    For all the data behind the results in the benchmark, download the white paper.

    vulnerability detection across both targets

  • NEW: a detailed benchmark of top network vulnerability scanners

    We tested the most used network vulnerability scanners: Nessus Professional, Nmap vulnerability scripts, Nuclei, OpenVAS, Qualys, and Rapid7 Nexpose, including our own Network Vulnerability Scanner.

    Find out how these popular network vulnerability scanners perform in a benchmark so you can validate yourself.

    We explained the testing methodology and benchmark results in this blog article.

    To get all the details, download the white paper.

    network vulnerability scanners benchmark

  • Even more (detailed) Network Scanner findings

    Our Network Scanner packs a big punch (which this benchmark confirms). The list of findings it can get you has just gotten stronger with:

    • IP information - uncover the physical location, Autonomous System (AS) details, and associated company names of your network hostnames

    • Wappalyzer integration - our Network Scanner now uses Wappalyzer to identify the underlying technologies of web apps, giving you richer insights for results coming from our version-based scanning engine (one of 4 engines this tool uses)

    • More individual findings for publicly exposed services, including SSH (with exposed authentication), RPC, WinRM, FTP, POP3, and Telnet

  • New, powerful custom Sniper exploits

    • CVE-2024-24919 (CVSSv3 8.6) - can remote, unauthenticated attackers read the contents of any file on affected Check Point VPN servers, including password hashes for local accounts or SSH private keys?

    • CVE-2022-31137 (CVSSv3 9.8) - can ransomware actors gain remote access to Roxy Wi, the server management GUI, using this vulnerability? 

    • CVE-2024-27198 (CVSSv3 9.8) - can attackers use this critical CVE to get RCE on your JetBrains TeamCity server? 

    These three custom exploitation modules our team added to Sniper will give you the answers - and proof! (The module for CVE-2024-24919 is coming in the next 48 hours).

  • Website Scanner updates for 20/20 vision

    Our Website Vulnerability Scanner now has: 

    • Better spider results table - you now get a broader view of what the web spider did, including page title, page size, and status codes.

    • spider results table for Website ScannerMore verbose vulnerability evidence - we've revamped some of the explanations around more complex detections so you get more details about the methods our scanner uses.

  • (Much) faster URL fuzzing with light scans

    We did two things to make light scans with the URL Fuzzer finish much quicker:

    • changed the default wordlist

    • included the ability to automatically add links and words from the HTML page source to the wordlist.

  • Finished and scheduled scans - in the same screen

    Your scheduled scans now sit next to your finished scans (in separate tabs, don't worry). 

    scheduled scans merged

    Moving scheduled scans from the Automation tab to Scans makes it easier to keep an eye on them and adjust them as your needs change. 

  • Visual updates for scan results from 3 more tools

    Powerful and easy on the eyes - that's exactly what customers expect our tools to be. It's why we're systematically updating the look and feel of our results page for our entire range of tools.

    In the past month, our DNS Server Scanner, Drupal Scanner, and SharePoint Scanner got their visual refresh. They're ready for you when you are! 

April 2024 Changes

  • Get far-reaching findings with the Network Scanner

    We've introduced crucial detections for security issues that expand your attack surface:

    • Publicly exposed VNC, MSSQL, and LDAP services - findings now flag if these services are publicly accessible on the Internet, so you can tighten your network's security posture

    • CVE-2023-3824 (CVSSv3 9.8) - stack buffer overflow in PHP that leads to RCE

    • CVE-2023-44487 (CVSSv3 7.5) - we enhanced detection accuracy for HTTP/2 Rapid Reset by checking if the target supports the HTTP/2 protocol and the HTTP/2 RST_STREAM directive

    • Comprehensive DNS records - see a new finding when a target has DNS records available (A, AAAA, MX, NS, SOA, TXT, SPF, CAA, CNAME) and get deeper visibility into the target’s domain structure.

  • Confirm business risk with Sniper’s new precision strikes

    Sniper just got sharper with new exploits for two critical CVEs:

    • CVE-2024-0204 (CVSSv3 9.8) - assess the business risk of the Authentication Bypass vulnerability in GoAnywhere MFT, which leads to RCE by uploading a webshell 

    • CVE-2024-1212 (CVSSv3 10) - validate the threat of exploiting this Remote Code Execution vulnerability in Progress Kemp LoadMaster

  • Leave no stone unturned with these Website Scanner upgrades

    Our Website Vulnerability Scanner now: 

    • Detects flaws in JWT implementations by checking if web apps that use JWTs for authentication allow them to have a None or random signature, creating security risks

    • Runs faster light web app scans that also come with detailed requests and responses for each finding 

    • Provides extra information about spidered responses in evidence which now includes the status code, page title, and page size for each URL

    • Extracts proof of exploitation for Linux OS command injection in the form of hostnames and usernames.

  • Zoom in and out on details across your projects

    3 improvements you’ll notice as you log into your account:

    • Single sign-on with Microsoft - jump straight into action using your existing Microsoft account

    • View all assets across workspaces - easily search for, identify, and manage duplicate assets from all your workspaces at once.

    view all assets

    • Unified notifications across integrations: you can now get the same notification through multiple services, in preparation for even more integration options we’ll launch in the future.

    multiple integrations

  • Discover subdomains quicker and more effectively

    The Subdomain Finder now uses external APIs tests in light scans to return subdomains faster by accessing online databases. We also increased the list of external APIs so it extracts more subdomains for your targets.

    light versus deep scan for the Subdomain Finder

  • Meet the people behind the tools

    Want to put a face to these updates? 

    Our fresh new Teams page is a great way to see who’s behind this email and the entire toolkit.

    Meet the people behind

March 2024 Changes

  • Get better results for Light Subdomain Finder scans

    We upgraded the reporting limit for Light scans by 10x! The Subdomain Finder now provides up to 1000 entries and includes unresolved results so older subdomains are available.

  • Don’t miss a thing with new detection modules in the Network Scanner

    Thanks to our security research team, you can now detect:

    Speaking about Roundcube, a couple of months ago we published an analysis - and public exploit - for CVE-2021-44026, an SQL injection vulnerability in the open-source mail client.

    The Network Scanner now also generates explicit findings for sensitive services that shouldn't be exposed on the internet (e.g. SMB, RDP, MySQL), which are easier to include in your reports.

    • Network Scanning

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • New home for Scan with Tool

    The Scan with Tool button has a fresh look and a new location. It's now called New Scan and you’ll find it at the very top of the sidebar. We are working to make your scanning experience even better in the future!

    Scan with Tool button

  • Services statuses - now online

    This is something we promise you’ll always see in our new status page. 🤞The page includes statuses for our public website, the blog, the platform, the API, and more!

    services status

  • Improved evidence for Nuclei findings from the Network Scanner

    As some of our customers requested, we enhanced the evidence section of findings that the Nuclei engine generates. Now, you’ll receive more relevant details about how the engine produced a finding.

    evidence for Nuclei findings

    • Network Scanning

  • A fresh look for the Scan results page

    We streamlined the look and feel of the Scan results section, keeping it as valuable as ever. We’re rolling out more visual updates for all our tools in the coming months, so stay tuned!

    scan results page

  • Is any good for bug bounty hunting?

    See what happens when The XSS Rat combines his methods with our toolkit and features.

    PS: Sniper Auto-Exploiter gets a lot of love - and for good reason! 

    Bug Bounty Hunting Demo With - SuperCharge Your Hunt!
  • New tool: know your targets better with People Hunter

    People Hunter identifies the people associated with the target, using publicly available information from web server responses. 

    Details such as email addresses (and their patterns) and social media profiles help you identify potential targets for social engineering attacks.

    People Hunter tool

  • Get more from the Team feature

    We introduced a new view in the Team feature: Shared with me to help you identify who has shared which information with you. Additionally, the table view has returned, making visual comparisons easier.

    Shared with me in the Team page

  • Two new modules in the Website Vulnerability Scanner

    Two new modules in the Website Vulnerability Scanner:

    • Detection for misconfigured CSP Headers - identifies misconfigured content-security-policy headers on your website, enabling you to control resource loading and their allowed URLs.

    • Enumerable Parameter Detector - explores possible enumerable parameters in your website. Some findings might reveal insecure direct object references after manual examination.

    enumerable parameter detector

    • Web app scanning

February 2024 Changes

  • Know what’s new - right from your dashboard

    Until a few days ago, our product updates were a bit hidden from view, which made it harder for you to find out about them and actually use them. 

    So we added two new sections to your dashboard:

    • What’s new - that brings product updates (text and video) and fresh pentesting guides 

    • Help - which makes it easier to dip into how-to’s, video tutorials, and FAQs

    New dashboard

  • Start a scan from the Scans section

    We noticed some of our customers needed an easier way to start scans from the (obviously named) Scans section, so we added it! 

    The New scan button makes it easy to jump into action the moment you know where you want to dig deeper. 

    New scans button

  • Nuclei fingerprinting in our Website Scanner

    Our Website Vulnerability Scanner gets stronger with each monthly update!

    We’ve integrated the fingerprinting capabilities from Nuclei into our proprietary tool - and it’s just the kickoff!

    Soon, we’ll start incorporating many more templates. Until then, the 40+ vulnerability checks our Website Scanner runs can surely keep you - and your team - focused and making progress. 

    Nuclei fingerprinting

  • More Nuclei detections in the Network Scanner

    We’ve also integrated a bunch of new Nuclei category templates on top of the configured ones our Network Scanner is already using (CVE, CNVD, SSL, network, WAF, DNS).

    New ones include: default-logins, exposed-panels, exposures, honeypot, IoT, miscellaneous, misconfiguration, takeovers, and vulnerabilities.

    Want to refresh your knowledge of what our Network Vulnerability Scanner can do? We just updated its public page: 

    Nuclei in Network Scanner

    • Network Scanning

January 2024 Changes

  • Exploit for CVE-2024-21887 (Remote Code Execution in Ivanti Connect Secure)

    Sniper can exploit a Remote Code Execution vulnerability found in Ivanti Connect Secure (CVE-2024-21887).

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • New integration: get notifications on a Teams channel

    If you (and your team) use Microsoft Teams, set up this integration to get custom notifications for your scan results.

    You can also configure different channels for specific notifications, making sure everyone gets alerts about findings that are relevant for them.

    Microsoft Teams integration

  • Detection for CVE-2022-1471 (Remote Code Execution in SnakeYAML library - Attlassian Confluence)

    Network Scanner detects if CVE-2022-1471 (CVSSv3 10), a Remote Code Execution in SnakeYAML library - Atlassian Confluence, impacts your targets.

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • Detection for CVE-2023-46805 (Authentication Bypass in Ivanti Connect Secure)

    Network Scanner detects if CVE-2023-46805 (CVSSv3 8.2), an authentication Bypass in Ivanti Connect Secure, affects your targets.

    • CVE

  • OpenAPI files detection

    And one more thing: we added a method to detect if the Website Scanner spider finds an OpenAPI file. When it does, you can dig deeper with the API Scanner in just one click, right from your finding.

    OpenAPI file detection

    By the way, we love to see customers truly make the most of our tools:

    We had a tool to scan our websites and endpoints automatically; the reports were not so good, and each additional URL was charged additionally (this doesn't scale in a micro-services architecture). solved all our problems; you can scan up to 1000 targets, the reports are so professional, and you can choose from dozens of different tools to analyze all aspects of an enterprise architecture.

    • Web app scanning

    • API security

  • Session Fixation Detector

    We've also introduced a new Session Fixation Detector to help you identify session hijacking risks. Using the mitigation recommendations will help you prevent unauthorized access to user sessions and sensitive data.

    Here’s a preview of what the finding looks like:

    session fixation finding

    • Web app scanning

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-46604 (Remote Code Execution in Apache ActiveMQ)

    Sniper can exploit a Remote Code Execution vulnerability found in Apache ActiveMQ (CVE-2023-46604).

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-47246 (Remote Code Execution in SysAid)

    Sniper can exploit a Remote Code Execution vulnerability found in SysAid (CVE-2023-47246).

    • RCE

    • CVE

  • Real-time status for all your VPN Agents

    You can now check the status of your VPN Agents in the VPN Profiles section (under Settings). 

    We update their status in real-time, which makes it easier for you to check if your Agents are still up and running before starting scans against your internal infrastructure.

    VPN Agent status

  • Input Reflected in DOM

    We've implemented Input Reflected in DOM to enhance protection against XSS attacks, ensuring coverage of more vulnerabilities lying in the DOM. It is already implemented in the XSS detector so if you select the XSS detector you are covered.

    Here’s what it’ll look like in your report: 

    Input Reflected

    • Web app scanning

December 2023 Changes

  • Service detection in Port Scanner

    Service detection is now enabled by default in Light mode for Port Scanner.

  • Auto spider option in Website Scanner

    We added the option to select automatic detection of the spidering approach that the target needs. Auto is the engine option used in the deep scans too.

  • TCP/UDP Port Scanner unification

    We've combined TCP Port Scanner and UDP Port scanner into a single tool called Port Scanner. A protocol parameter was added to the scan config to choose between TCP and UDP.

  • 3 running modes (light, full, custom) for URL Fuzzer

    We've changed our URL Fuzzer to support 3 running modes (light, deep, and custom) that allow you to scan targets with a predefined configuration.

  • OpenVAS detections in our Vulnerability & Exploit database

    All OpenVAS NVTs that can be detected with Network Scanner are now displayed on our Vulnerability & Exploit database, along with Sniper & Nuclei detections

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-20273 (RCE in Cisco IOS XE)

    Sniper can exploit an authenticated RCE vulnerability found in Cisco IOS XE (CVE-2023-20273), based on an Authentication Bypass vulnerability (CVE-2023-20198).

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • Decluttered the spider results in Website Scanner

    We tweaked the spider results table from the Website Scanner so you can focus more on the things that matter the most: the url, the method, the query and body parameters. So, we removed the listing of headers and cookies and made the table more dynamic.

    • Pentest reporting

  • Confirmed tag for Sniper and Nuclei engines in Network Scanner

    We've added the confirmed tag for findings generated by Sniper & Nuclei scanning engines.

November 2023 Changes

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-46747 (RCE in BIG-IP)

    Sniper can exploit another RCE vulnerability found in F5 BIG-IP (CVE-2023-46747).

    • BIG-IP

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • Improved logout avoidance

    Website Scanner: Fixed a bug in our logout detection mechanism that caused the Spider to sign us out of the session while crawling.

  • WordPress Scanner real-time output

    We came up with a way to show output from WPScan in real-time. This means you are not stuck with a scan running for 4 hours and get the findings as soon as we detect them.

    • Pentest reporting

  • Free license launched (freemium)

    We've just launched our Free license. Use our light tools to do quick assessments, export simple reports with up to 2 parallel scans.

  • Improved DNS response parsing

    Subdomain Finder: We improved our logic for parsing DNS responses. This previously resulted in incorrectly marking domain names as unresolved.

  • Improved error handling for the tcpwrapped service

    We fixed a bug in the Network Scanner that caused some aborted scans when all the open ports were tcpwrapped, although our scanning engines don't scan for this service.

  • Automatic CVE filter mechanism for the Network Scanner

    We created an automatic CVE filtering mechanism for duplicated CVEs. For example, if the Sniper or the Nuclei engines find a CVE, only the Sniper finding will be displayed in the report. We'll show them based on prioritization (Sniper > Nuclei > OpenVAS).

    • CVE

  • Port discovery returns only open ports

    All network tools will display only the open ports found (we remove the filtered and closed ones from the results).

    • Pentest reporting

  • Detection for CVE-2023-44487 (DOS in HTTP/2 - Rapid Reset)

    Network Scanner detects if CVE-2023-44487 (DOS in HTTP/2 - Rapid Reset) affects your targets.

    • CVE

  • DNS Zone Transfer is now DNS Server Scanner

    DNS Zone Transfer is now called DNS Server Scanner and it generates findings for DNS Zone Transfer Information Disclosure vulnerability (AXFR).

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-0126 (File Read in SonicWall)

    Sniper can exploit a File Read vulnerability found in SonicWall (CVE-2023-0126).

    • CVE

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-4966 (Information Disclosure in Citrix - Citrix Bleed)

    Sniper can exploit an Information Disclosure vulnerability found in Citrix (CVE-2023-4966 - Citrix Bleed).

    • CVE

  • Improved error handling in headless browser

    Website Scanner: Fixed another bug in the logic driving the headless browser that crashed the page and prevented us from detecting new crawling targets.

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-20198 (Authentication Bypass in Cisco IOS XE)

    Sniper can exploit an Authentication Bypass vulnerability found in Cisco IOS XE (CVE-2023-20198).

    • RCE

October 2023 Changes

  • Exploit for CVE-2021-44521 (RCE in Apache Cassandra)

    Sniper can exploit another RCE vulnerability found in Apache Cassandra (CVE-2021-44521).

    • RCE

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-22515 (Authentication Bypass in Atlassian Confluence)

    Sniper can exploit an Authentication Bypass vulnerability in Atlassian Confluence (CVE-2023-22515).

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-25194 (RCE in Apache Kafka)

    Sniper can exploit a RCE vulnerability in Apache Kafka (CVE-2023-25194)

    • RCE

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-42793 (RCE in JetBrains TeamCity)

    Sniper can exploit a RCE vulnerability found in JetBrains TeamCity (CVE-2023-42793).

    • RCE

  • REST API is now publicly available

    Our REST API is now available. The old API is now legacy, but we’ll retire on December 31, 2023. The new API keeps all the existing features but adds new ones such as: a proper RESTful interface, cleaner JSON responses, the option to choose your redirect level for fewer connection errors, select the format for your callbacks (no more PDFs!), multiple API keys (with expiration dates for each of them), and more!

    • API security

  • Scan techniques added to the TCP Port Scanner

    We've added multiple scan techniques (SYN, Connect(), ACK, Window, FIN, Xmas, etc.) to our TCP Port Scanner so you have multiple options to scan networks and find available hosts and their services.

  • Authentication for the WordPress Scanner

    We've added the basic authentication option when using the WordPress Scanner. Choose a custom scan type, enable Authentication, and fill in the credentials.

  • Spidered URLs list with duplicates

    Website Scanner now gives you a complete list of the URLs it spidered, including all the duplicates. Rest assured knowing the scanner thoroughly inspected all paths. You can see them by clicking the details of the Spidered URLs finding and checking the references.

  • Detection for CVE-2023-29357 (Authentication Bypass in Microsoft Sharepoint)

    Network Scanner detects if CVE-2023-29357 (Authentication Bypass in Microsoft Sharepoint) affects your targets.

    • CVE

  • Detection for CVE-2023-42115 (RCE in Exim)

    Network Scanner detects if CVE-2023-42115 (RCE in Exim) affects your targets.

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-36845 (RCE in Juniper)

    Sniper can exploit a RCE vulnerability discovered in Juniper (CVE-2023-36845).

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • URL Fuzzer in the Recon category

    You can now find the URL Fuzzer in the Reconnaissance category.

  • GraphQL Scanner

    The API Scanner now performs scans on GraphQL instances. Use it to check for Denial of Service attacks (circular reference, field duplication, alias overloading) or Information disclosure vulnerabilities (field suggestion, introspective enabled, console enabled).

September 2023 Changes

  • New My account page

    My account section is now completely redesigned and easier to use than ever. We divided all the existing settings into specific categories so you can find what you are looking for in a matter of seconds.We've also added two new features: the option to add a profile picture and to see your login history. We'll include more updates soon, so stay tuned.

  • 3 running modes (light, full, custom) for SSL/TLS Scanner

    We've changed our SSL/TLS Scanner to support 3 running modes (light, full, and custom) that allow you to scan targets with a predefined configuration.

  • Detection for CVE-2022-27510 (Authentication Bypass in Citrix ADC & Gateway)

    Network Scanner can now detect if CVE-2022-27510 (Authentication Bypass in Citrix ADC & Gateway) affects your targets.

    • CVE

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-34039 (RCE in VMware Aria Operations for Networks)

    Sniper can exploit a RCE vulnerability discovered in VMware Aria Operations for Networks (CVE-2023-34039).

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-35885 (RCE in CloudPanel)

    Sniper can exploit a RCE vulnerability discovered in CloudPanel (CVE-2023-35885).

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • Email hard bounce alert

    We've added a warning message in the platform that lets you know whether your email address is unable to receive emails.

  • Error-based NoSQL Injection detector

    Website Scanner: We've added a new detection mechanism for MongoDB injection based on generating errors in the response.

  • Insecure Deserialization detector

    Website Scanner: There's another out-of-band detector available for insecure deserializations. This included passive detection for serialized objects and deserialization attacks for Java serialized objects.

  • Detection for CVE-2022-27518 (RCE in Citrix ADC & Gateway)

    Network Scanner can now detect if CVE-2022-27518 (RCE in Citrix ADC & Gateway) impacts your targets.

    • CVE

    • RCE

  • MySQL Out-of-Band SQL Injection detector

    Website Scanner: We've added an out-of-band detector for MySQL injections.

    • SQL

  • Scan APIs via Postman collections

    API Scanner: You can now scan APIs by uploading Postman collections. We convert the URLs from the Postman into a swagger file and scan it accordingly.

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-1698 (RCE in WAGO)

    Sniper can exploit a RCE vulnerability discovered in Wago (CVE-2023-1698).

    • RCE

    • CVE

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-29300 (RCE in Adobe ColdFusion)

    Sniper can exploit this RCE vulnerability found in Adobe ColdFusion (CVE-2023-29300).

    • RCE

    • CVE

August 2023 Changes

  • is officially listed on the AWS Marketplace

    We are happy to announce that is officially listed on the AWS Marketplace. This listing meets security and compliance standards, allowing you to simplify your purchase flow through your existing AWS account.

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-25826 (RCE in OpenTSDB)

    Sniper can exploit a RCE vulnerability discovered in OpenTSDB (CVE-2023-25826).

    • RCE

    • CVE

  • Exploit for CVE-2023-38646 (RCE in Metabase)

    Sniper can exploit a RCE vulnerability discovered in Metabase (CVE-2023-38646).

    • RCE

    • CVE

  • New Handlers page

    Our tools that accept requests (XSS Exploiter, HTTP Request Logger, and Sniper Client-side attacks) are now structured and placed into a single page called Handlers.

  • Nuclei templates improvements

    Network Scanner: The research team contributes to the official Nuclei templates by improving and fixing false positives. We are now ranked among the top 75 contributors on the official repository.

  • Scan options for our Cloud Scanner

    You can now select if you want to detect the cloud provider and/or detect cloud vulnerabilities & misconfigurations in the Cloud Scanner.

  • New findings page

    The Findings page got a fresh look! But that’s not all. With improved filtering and performance, it’s now faster than ever to manage your findings and find exactly what you are looking for. Moreover, the new Finding editor creates an improved writing experience and a more reliable output. Give it a try by creating a manual finding.

  • Automatic daily update for Nuclei templates configured in Network Scanner

    Nuclei templates now receive automatic updates daily, ensuring the scanner Nuclei detections are always up-to-date.