ZDNet: Microsoft’s new open source tool can scan your website for security and performance headaches

ZDNet: Microsoft’s new open source tool can scan your website for security and performance headaches. “Microsoft’s Edge browser team has released an open source ‘linting’ tool and a site scanner to help web developers secure their sites and keep up with evolving web standards. According to Microsoft, Sonar improves on available static site scanners by executing website code, while integrating with other scanning services such as Qualys’ SSL certificate configuration testing service SSL Server Test, aXe for testing a site’s accessibility support, the Google-founded AMP Project, and snyk.io, which is Sonar’s scanner for vulnerable JavaScript libraries.”

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  1. The tool gets a lot of use, but they cleverly stack the requests, and give you a link to check the results later.

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