I am using Jboss and Tomcat as Java web application server on 100s of RHEL 5 basesd LINUX machines. I am looking for a tool which could run security audit and produce report of security loop holes in my application setup or applicaiton code.
nessus - for system and application level security.
for application code, perhaps something like acunetix (which is not inexpensive), or possibly something like trustwave code review https://www.trustwave.com/code-review.php
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Upgrading Tomcat –
There are a couple of methods to upgrade Tomcat
is to use The Apache Installer
is to download and unzip and run the services.bat remove|install Tomcat6
Because of the App that we are working with, we can only use Tomcat 6.…
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