Bellow you can see the four Windows in action:
- Top Left: Findings TreeView from AppScan Standard (.Net)
- Top Right: Code Editor from VisualStudio (C++/WPF)
- Bottom Left: Trace View from AppScan Source (Java)
- Bottom Right: Guidance from AppScan Standard (WebBrowser)
Here is the context menu of AppScan Standard:
Here is an image popup from AppScan Standard:
Here is the content menu from AppScan Source:
Here is the context menu from VisualStudio:
His idea is to create GUI with:
- The Development and Deployment environment for the application.
- Dynamic and Static scans of the application.
- Tools to browse visually all the relevant configuration information.
- The ability to script Rules and WAFLs, scans and results for each of the Engines.
- Ways to create FindingPacks containing all the relevant information for a particular correlated set of results to send to a developer.
Sounds like a job for an O2 script :)