11 May 2009 | 6,694 views

Durzosploit v0.1 – JavaScript Exploit Generation Framework

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Durzosploit is a JavaScript exploit generation framework that works through the console. This goal of that project is to quickly and easily generate working exploits for cross-site scripting vulnerabilities in popular web applications or web sites.

Please note that Durzosploit does not find browser vulnerabilities, it only is an framework containing exploits you can use.

At present there aren’t many exploits:

  • twitter.com/update_status – Updates a target’s status
  • twitter.com/update_settings – Updates your target’s settings
  • facebook.com/what_is_on_your_mind – Write your message in your target’s mind
  • drupal/edit_user_profile – Drupal 6.x – edit the profile of the user
  • drupal/logout – Drupal 6.x – makes target logout

So far the author’s focus has been on the framework itself; allowing people to quickly write their exploits and adding some automated obfuscators.

Durzosploit provides some obfuscators to automatically pack/minify your generated exploit.

You can download the latest version from the Durzosploit SVN here:

Or read more here.



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One Response to “Durzosploit v0.1 – JavaScript Exploit Generation Framework”

  1. Rob Reid 13 May 2009 at 3:53 am Permalink

    Cool code but if you ever need to unpack an obfuscated piece of Javascript you can use this tool to reverse engineer it.

    http://www.strictly-software.com/unpacker.asp

    One click and its done.