As you all seem to pretty interested in Inguma, there’s something else similar called w3af – the fifth BETA was released a while back and the team are now working on the sixth.
w3af is a Web application attack and Audit Framework. The project goal is to create a framework to find and exploit web application vulnerabilities that is easy to use and
We did mention when it was first released – w3af – Web Application Attack and Audit Framework.
There are a lot of small changes, but the basic and bigger ones are:
- Virtual daemon, a way to use Metasploit framework payloads/shellcodes while exploiting web applications.
- w3afAgent, a reverse VPN that allows you to route packets through the compromised server
- Good samaritan, a module that allows you to exploit blind sql injections much faster
- 20+ new plugins
- A lot of bug fixes
- A much more stable core.
A full plugin list is here:
The users guide can be found here:
The author has also uploaded the presentation material he made for the T2 conference in Finland – this can serve as a good introduction.
You can download w3af here:
Or read more here.
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