What's New in Syhunt 6.9.14

June 2, 2022

Syhunt Hybrid 6.9.14 improves DAST, SAST and DWET capabilities

We are happy to announce the release of Syhunt Hybrid 6.9.14 which improves and expands the product tools Syhunt Dynamic, Syhunt Code and Syhunt Breach. The new release comes with a revamped Breach user interface, accelerated Breach scans, automatic issue submission, and the long-awaited ability to ignore specific vulnerability alerts when performing DAST and SAST scans, among other enhancements.

Improvements in Version 6.9.14

  • Breach: added support for concurrent scans and various user interface and experience improvements
  • Breach: significantly faster scans (from 1m18sec against a .com domain to around 23sec and 3sec after first scan).
  • Breach: added the breach score to the monitored targets list.
  • Integrations: added the ability to automatically submit a brief of the identified vulnerabilities to issue trackers such as GitHub or GitLab through CLI, CI/CD pipeline and Powershell. More
  • DAST: Minor improvements to the handling of Start URLs in Syhunt Dynamic.
  • DAST: vulnerabilities can now be ignored by their ignore ID. More
  • DAST: Added various checks for JBoss/Wildfly vulnerabilities.
  • SAST: Added ability to ignore vulnerabilities by creating .vulnignore file within repositories or code directories. If a Ignore ID shown in report is added to the .vulnignore file, then the vulnerability will not be reported again. More
  • SAST: Improved detection of Log4Shell vulnerability in Java applications.
  • SAST: fixed a few false positives in Java applications (three cases reporting Information Disclosure, Log Forging and XML Injection)
  • Improved license management.
  • Fixed: session import option not working from session manager.

Happy bug and breach hunting!