Jordan Wiens of Network Computing released his review of N-Stalker and OUCH! Normally reviews contrasts a products strong points against the weaker ones, but this one was basically all bad. Good for Jordan in telling it like it is. He did highlight an interesting feature though, scanning integrated with log analysis. If the product had found a vuln the theory is you could see if someone had been trying to exploit it. Nice.
Next up is the last major scan Watchfire's AppScan. I'll be watching close on how well they handle Ajax since no one has faired well at all. It might be time to call BS on the "we support Ajax claims". Personally, I don't think the use of Ajax causes a website to be any more or less secure, but I do think it makes it harder to find vulnerabilities. The reviews are proving that much.
Of course, WhiteHat Security will have to take its turn under Jordan's firing squad in due time.