27 January 2007 | 17,087 views

Introducing WHCC – Web Hack Control Center

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Web Hack Control Center is a GUI based web server vulnerability scanner or assessment tool. This application gives you the means to identify which security vulnerabilities exist on your web servers by scanning them for the most popular server exploits. WHCC contains a database of thousands of exploits for a variety of web servers. This release has 600+ more exploits than the last.

This tool can also act as your primary web browser, so basically it’s a scanner and browser packaged up into one (even though it’s just a wrapper for the rendering DLL’s from IE).

You might need some updates to run WHCC, the links are here:

MDAC_TYP.EXE 7,673 KB Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC)
dcom95.exe 1,201KB (DCOM) for Windows 95
dcom98.exe 1,201 KB (DCOM) for Windows 98

You can find the latest version of WHCC and some info here.

It’s a pretty decent tool, a bit bloated though..due to all the Wincrap it uses. Still worth a look though, might give you a few ideas and lead you on the way to some cool ideas.

The direct download is here:

Web Hack Control Center 0.6.71


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2 Responses to “Introducing WHCC – Web Hack Control Center”

  1. ntp 27 January 2007 at 9:29 pm Permalink

    what news source did you hear about this from? Must have been a mailing-list?

  2. Darknet 28 January 2007 at 5:16 am Permalink

    ntp: I think I had stumbled on it a few years ago and saw it again recently when looking for something (found it on my HDD).