Posted Thursday October 12, 2023
ZAP 2.14.0 has just been released, and adds support for Host Header Manipulation, ZAPit, API File Transfers, Graal JS Add-on Access, Postman collections, SBOMs, and more…
Posted Wednesday July 12, 2023
ZAP 2.13.0 has just been released, and adds support for HTTP/2, improved authentication handling and Mac Silicon.
Posted Thursday October 27, 2022
ZAP 2.12.0 has just been released, and as the main zaproxy/zaproxy repo has just reached 10k stars we’re calling this the Ten Thousand Star Release
Posted Thursday October 7, 2021
ZAP 2.11.0 (also known as the OWASP 20th anniversary release) is available now.
Major changes include:
Alert Tags Alerts can now be tagged with arbitrary keys or key=value pairs - this can be done via the desktop GUI and the API.
All of the active and passive scan rules have been updated to include tags for the OWASP Top 10 2021 and 2017.
Posted Monday March 29, 2021
Do you know what interesting bits were added to ZAP 2.10.0? Don’t read release notes? This blog post is for you! Dark mode, Expand/Collapse top panes, Custom pages, Scriptable encode/decode/hash, Authentication polling, Auth header via ENV vars, Site tree control, and more.
Posted Monday December 21, 2020
ZAP 2.10.0 has just been released so we’re treating this as a belated 10 year anniversary release!
Posted Thursday June 4, 2020
Do you know what interesting bits were added to ZAP 2.9.0? Don’t read release notes? This blog post is for you! Session Management Scripts, Proxy Info Display, Proxy Port Reservation Failure Handling, Options Panel(s) Filter, Active Scan Filter, and more.
Posted Friday June 3, 2016
ZAP 2.5.0 is now available.
This release contains a large number of enhancements and fixes which are detailed in the release notes.
API changes There have been some API changes which are not backwards compatible, and the reason for the version change to 2.5. These are detailed in the release notes.
Posted Monday October 22, 2012
I’ve been struggling with the question of ZAP releases.
We’ve made loads of enhancements to ZAP recently, and I want them to be available to as wide an audience as possible.
But I also want to make sure our ‘full’ releases remain as robust and stable as possible.