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How to initiate WebInspect scan from fortify SSC ?

We are using WebInspect Standalone19.1.0 and SSC 19.1.0. Is there any we can initiate WebInspect dynamic scan from SSC for any project?

 

@ebell  @HansEnders 

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Re: How to initiate WebInspect scan from fortify SSC ?

Currently that is only available with WebInspect Enterprise. 

 

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There are ways you script a scan and import those into SSC using either CLI or API for both WebInspect and SSC.

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Re: How to initiate WebInspect scan from fortify SSC ?

Thanks @ebell
I am aware of Webinspect REST APIs
We want to integrate Webinspect standalone scan with ServiceNow. I found Webbreaker that is open source utility for Webinspect automation, however it lacks in some features like scheduling and polling, incremental scan and also there is no frequent commits for this tool.
Is there any alternative solution available or we need to develop and customize at our end using those Webinspect REST APIs.

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Re: How to initiate WebInspect scan from fortify SSC ?

Outside of WIE, API and CLI, I'm not aware of any other options. Understand I work in Support and have limitations regarding usability and what others may be doing. Someone else may have additional input.

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