Analyzing Internal Vulnerability Scans

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Q: Ian must analyze the results of an internal vulnerability scan to be run on website hosting servers. The code is written in Java and his team lead wants to it for buffer overflow vulnerabilities using the SAINT scanning tool. Why should Ian discourage his team lead from this avenue?


a. SAINT, as an automated vulnerability assessment tool, is too resource-heavy.

b. Java is not vulnerable to buffer overflow attacks.

c. All vulnerability signatures will need to be manually updated before SAINT runs a scan.

d. The SAINT scanner fails to incorporate the new OWASP Top 10 web application scanning policies and procedures.

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