The first of all, thank you for reading my question, I really appreciate it! I am trying to integrate jenkins and acunetix (a vulnerability scanner software), but it seems to be near impossible...My situation is as follows:
There are two machines, a debian 9 machine [DEB] and a win10 machine [WIN]. In [WIN] I installed Acunetix v11 and jenkins in [DEB], and I configured acunetix to be accessible from outside (following this tutorial: https://www.acunetix.com/blog/docs/use-acunetix-host-localhost/). After that, I followed another tutorial (https://www.acunetix.com/blog/docs/install-acunetix-root-certificate-another-computer/) to connect jenkins with acunetix. I managed to access to acunetix webpage from [DEB] via web (Not issues in network or configuration in that sense).
However, I could not connect with acunteix from jenkins despite the fact I followed every single step explained in acunetix web page. I got this error: "Please add the Acunetix scanner certificate to Java CA store" when I tested the connection from jenkins (obviously, acunetix plugin is installed in jenkins). I checked that the certificate obtained from acunetix installation (in [WIN]) "ca.cer" was correctly added in the keystore of [DEB]. Then, I made a custom keystore to be used by jenkins (as it is explained in this other tutorial: https://support.cloudbees.com/hc/en-us/articles/203821254-How-to-install-a-new-SSL-certificate-) and I got the same result...At that time, I thought that maybe something was wrong in [DEB], so I used another windows 10 machine [WIN2] to repeat the process...and I got the same result... The acunetix certificate was also included in the OS apart from java keystore in all cases.
My company contacted Acunetix support about this issue but no solution has been provided so far... Currently, we don't what to do right now... Have you dealt with this? Have you found a solution?
Thank you in advance, mates!