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FireCAT 1.2 Released – Firefox Catalog of Auditing Extensions

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As mentioned in the previous FireCAT 1.1 post, FireCAT 1.2 was released last month.

If you aren’t aware, FireCAT is a Firefox Framework Map collection of the most useful security oriented extensions.

Changes for FireCAT 1.2

  • Renamed subcategory “Social Engineering” to “Data mining”
  • Bibirmer updated location (thanks to Zagrodzki Krzysztof from Telekomunikacja Polska)
  • Enhanced History Manager (to new subcategory Misc -> Logs / History)
  • Fixed FireGPG extension name
  • Added Oracle OraDB Error Code Look-up (to subcategory Database)

5 New Extensions

  • SQL connection (to subcategory Database)
  • MySqlSidu – MySQL client (to subcategory Database)
  • iMacros (to new subcategory Misc -> Automation)
  • Slogger (to new subcategory Misc -> Logs / History)
  • Gnosis (to subcategory Data mining)

FireCAT 1.2 now reaches reaches 60 extensions. Thanks to all fellas who give us a helping hand to collect and maintain this framework. We are also happy to announce that FireCAT exceeded 40,000 download.

You can download FireCAT 1.2 here:

FireCAT 1.2 Source (FreeMind) (Zip – 3.9 kb)
FireCAT 1.2 HTML Browsable (Zip – 76.4 kb)
FireCAT 1.2 PDF (PDF – 164.7 kb)

Or you can read more here.



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8 Responses to “FireCAT 1.2 Released – Firefox Catalog of Auditing Extensions”

  1. Sandeep Nain 31 October 2007 at 2:06 pm Permalink

    Another great effort from fireCAT people. They have actually made the firefox a security testing and auditing platform.

  2. fazed 1 November 2007 at 3:40 am Permalink

    ah I installed so many of the extensions
    from v1.1, now i have to dissable some..

  3. addict 5 November 2007 at 12:11 am Permalink

    Do you have to install every extension seperately, or is there a package that contain them all, or one where you can choose which to enable?

  4. Darknet 5 November 2007 at 9:40 am Permalink

    addict: No it’s just a map or outline of which extensions are suitable for security use – there’s no package or similar. It’s up to you to install separately. You don’t have to install all either, you can choose which are most relevant to you.

  5. dirty 6 November 2007 at 6:16 pm Permalink

    This has been out for a little while now, v1.2, anyway it doesnt take that long to download the extensions and as mentioned you can customize the extension to what you actually need

  6. pilihck 21 February 2008 at 7:19 pm Permalink

    Firecat v1.3 is avalable now.

    The extension package containing all extensions (zip format) can be found here :

    http://www.sisecurite.fr/pub/FireCat_extensions_package/FireCat_extensions_package_v1.3.zip

  7. Pantagruel 21 February 2008 at 10:35 pm Permalink

    @pilihck

    Darknet kinda touched the subject already, but thanks anyways

    http://www.darknet.org.uk/2008/02/firecat-13-released-firefox-catalog-of-auditing-extensions/

  8. pilihck 22 February 2008 at 10:51 am Permalink

    O thanks, I didn’t see it.