LiLith is a tool written in Perl to audit web applications. This tool analyses webpages and looks for html form tags , which often refer to dynamic pages that might be subject to SQL injection or other flaws. It works as an ordinary spider and analyses pages, following hyperlinks, injecting special characters that have a [...]
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It’s been a while since we last mentioned Skipfish, it was back in March 2010 when they first came out. Skipfish is an active web application security reconnaissance tool. It prepares an interactive sitemap for the targeted site by carrying out a recursive crawl and dictionary-based probes. The resulting map is then annotated with the [...]
Andiparos is a fork of the famous Paros Proxy. It is an open source web application security assessment tool that gives penetration testers the ability to spider websites, analyze content, intercept and modify requests, etc. The author did ask for the original authors of Paros Proxy to integrate his changes but was rejected, hence the [...]
The safety of the Internet is of paramount importance to Google, and helping web developers build secure, reliable web applications is an important part of the equation. To advance this goal, Google has released projects such as ratproxy, a passive security assessment tool. The latest is they have announced a new tool called skipfish – [...]
Announcing a new web application source code analysis tool called the Securitycompass Web Application Analysis Tool or SWAAT. You may know it as a static analysis tool. Currently in its beta release, this .Net command-line tool searches through source code for potential vulnerabilities in the following languages: Java and JSP ASP.Net PHP Using xml-based signature [...]