[Micronet] IBM AppScan available for Web Application Vulnerability Scanning

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[Micronet] IBM AppScan available for Web Application Vulnerability Scanning

Josh Kwan
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Hello,

Information Security and Policy has launched an IBM AppScan self-service
for developers and application administrators on campus that wish to
perform web application vulnerability scanning.

A new version of AppScan (9.0.1.1) has been made available.

We have floating licenses that can be checked in and out for scanning
once your registration is approved.

Details on the service and how to sign up for access are available here:

https://security.berkeley.edu/content/web-application-vulnerability-asse
ssment-ibm-appscan

We encourage both existing application owners and those developing new
applications to explore this service in order to catch web application
security vulnerabilities early in the development process.

Please submit a ticket to [hidden email] or respond directly to
me if you have any questions about using AppScan.

Josh
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Josh Kwan <[hidden email]>
Security Analyst
Information Security and Policy
University of California, Berkeley
https://security.berkeley.edu

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[Micronet] [Announce] Fwd: IBM AppScan available for Web Application Vulnerability Scanning

Vivian Sophia

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From: Josh Kwan <[hidden email]>
Date: Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 10:32 AM
Subject: [Micronet] IBM AppScan available for Web Application Vulnerability Scanning
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Hello,

Information Security and Policy has launched an IBM AppScan self-service
for developers and application administrators on campus that wish to
perform web application vulnerability scanning.

A new version of AppScan (9.0.1.1) has been made available.

We have floating licenses that can be checked in and out for scanning
once your registration is approved.

Details on the service and how to sign up for access are available here:

<a href="https://security.berkeley.edu/content/web-application-vulnerability-asse ssment-ibm-appscan" target="_blank">https://security.berkeley.edu/content/web-application-vulnerability-asse
ssment-ibm-appscan

We encourage both existing application owners and those developing new
applications to explore this service in order to catch web application
security vulnerabilities early in the development process.

Please submit a ticket to [hidden email] or respond directly to
me if you have any questions about using AppScan.

Josh
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Josh Kwan <[hidden email]>
Security Analyst
Information Security and Policy
University of California, Berkeley
https://security.berkeley.edu

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