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Does anyone have experience using Acunetix? Is it possible to . . .

  • scan/probe all the web sites one has open in tabs in a browser? (I know there is a Firefox add-in, but I'm not familiar with what it does.)

  • scan/probe web sites in your browser history?

If either is the case, does it follow that one might accidentally scan/probe a site based on those or other reasons?

Reading their FAQ and license terms, it seems to me like you need to specifically "nominate" or target a site for scanning/probing. I certainly had to in the free trial version. But I don't have the more powerful and perhaps more flexible paid versions, so I'm not sure. Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks!

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You can simply email Laura Hall (lhall at aquion dot com dot au), and ask her for a full-version trial. I'm sure she'd be more than happy to give you that.

I haven't played with it enough to have anything more to say about it though :)

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