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Joomla Security Scan

Test Joomla Security with this easy to use Joomla security scan service. Discover vulnerabilities, web server details and configuration errors.

Joomla is one of the most popular open source content management systems and is a common target for attackers due its popularity and the wide variety of extensions that are available. These Joomla security scans will test your site for security issues, configuration errors and poor reputation links so you can get to work mitigating the vulnerabilities.

Launch JoomlaVS Security Scan

Perform a Free Joomla Security Scan with a low impact test.

Check any Joomla based site and get a high level overview of the sites security posture. Once you see how easy it is grab a membership and test Joomla with the dedicated JoomlaVS tool, Nikto, OpenVAS and more.

Items checked in the FREE scan
 Attempt to detect version of Joomla
 Find Joomla Extensions in HTML response
 Identify theme in use
 List client side JS in page
 List iframes in page
 Test for directory indexing enabled on key locations
 Check Google Safe Browse for reputation

Login for Advanced Scanning with JoomlaVS
Aggressive enumeration of plugins, themes, version and interesting urls.

  • Detect version, interesting URLS and extensions with JoomlaVS
  • Identify the attack surface through extension and theme enumeration
  • Test Joomla with OpenVAS and Nikto Scanners
  • Access to 27 Vulnerability Scanners and OSINT Tools
  • Trusted Open Source Tools

About JoomlaVS

JoomlaVS is developed in the open source ruby programming language. If you have the inclination I encourage you to spin up a Linux host and download the latest version from github and run it yourself. Like any security tool, by having your own installation of JoomlaVS you will be able to gain a better understanding in how to keep your Joomla based web site as secure as possible.

In the past we hosted the OWASP Joomla Vulnerability Scanner which was developed back in 2009 and was last updated in 2012. It has been developed to identify vulnerabilities in the enormously popular content management system Joomla. Since 2012 there have been no new releases. This means the database is quite out of date and the tool will not detect newer vulnerabilities.

For more information visit the sourceforge page or the OWASP project page.