Duplicates, duplicates, and duplicate rates

Tuesday, 20 November 2007, 6:45 AM EST

Jeremiah Grossman writes: "Following Larry Suto’s analysis of NTOSpider, IBM’s AppScan, and HP’s WebInspect, where he compared code coverage to links crawled and vulnerabilities found, some questioned the accuracy of his results. Personally I didn’t get the criticism because with only two published reviews this year, we should be grateful to see data of any kind related to web application vulnerability scanners. I chalked the comments up as the standard scanner vendor or product reseller defense mechanism. Besides, Larry Suto is a professional source code reviewer and if he can’t figure it out, what chance does anyone else have? Well, expect for the vendor themselves, and this is where it gets interesting."

At Jeremiah's blog.

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