HackerTarget: Offers Various Vulnerability Testing Tools Online

Hackers can exploit any vulnerability to compromise your computer, network, or website. Thankfully you can detect these vulnerabilities with the help of various tests. Hacker Target is a web service that lets you run many of these tests.

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Hacker Target is an important web service that provides various vulnerability tests. From scanning ports on an IP address to checking your WordPress site for vulnerabilities, Hacker Target has it all. They provide you with a free package that allows 4 scans per day; for more scans you can opt for the premium packages that start from $7 per month.

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Running a scan is quite simple; all you have to do is provide the necessary information and click on the “Start Scan” button.

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When the information has been submitted a dialog appears under the “Start Scan” button telling you that the test has been initiated and its results will be mailed to you soon. Also visible on the page beneath this area is a description of the type of scan you are running – this helps you get fully informed with the vulnerability type.

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Features:

  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Offers various online vulnerability tests.
  • Offers 4 scans per day for free.
  • Offers premium packages for more scans per day.
  • Provides detailed description of each scan type.

Check out HackerTarget @ www.hackertarget.com

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Mike Merritt

Very Confusing site.  Hard to tell where to enter for a scan (Actually, you just pick one of the scans like: SQL Injection).  When you fill in the parameters for the first scan – it just sends you an email to verify your email address.  You have to repeat the scan a second time to get the emailed results – which are unintelligible.  MUO we need better instuctions to use this site.