Acunetix website security Test Website for Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner

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The website was built with the intention to test the Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner. For this reason this website have lot of bugs to demonstrate the forementioned software's capabilities to find those bugs.

Please DO NOT use this website as a blog or news site. DO NOT post any sensitive information on this site. This includes e-mail addresses or real names.

About Acunetix

Combating the web vulnerability threat
Securing a company's web applications is today's most overlooked aspect of securing the enterprise. Web application hacking is on the rise with as many as 75% of cyber attacks done at web application level or via the web. Most corporations have secured their data at the network level, but have overlooked the crucial step of checking whether their web applications are vulnerable to attack. Web applications, which often have a direct line into the company's most valuable data assets, are online 24/7, completely unprotected by a firewall and therefore easy prey for attackers.

Acunetix was founded with this threat in mind. We realised the only way to combat web site hacking was to develop an automated tool that could help companies scan their web applications for vulnerabilities. In July 2005, Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner was released - a tool that crawls the website for vulnerabilities to SQL injection, cross site scripting and other web attacks before hackers do.

The Acunetix development team consists of highly experienced security developers who have each spent years developing network security scanning software prior to starting development on Acunetix WVS. The management team is backed by years of experience marketing and selling security software.

Acunetix is a privately held company with its offices in Malta, US and the UK.

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Warning: This is not a blog. This is a test site for Acunetix. It is vulnerable to SQL Injections, Cross-site Scripting (XSS), and more. It was built using ASP.NET and it shows how bad programming leads to vulnerabilities. Do not visit the links in the comments. They are posted by malicious parties who are trying to exploit this site to their advantage. Comments are purged daily.