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Why does a scanner need a login macro? 

A comprehensive security assessment mandates complete coverage of the target application’s attack surface. It is crucial to find and fuzz all possible inputs to the application. A typical web application is partitioned into two major sections – a protected section which requires valid login credentials for access and an unprotected section for public access. It is equally important to assess both the protected and public sections of the target application.


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