AccessDiver – Web Site Security Testing Tool

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AccessDiver is a security tester for WEB sites. It incorporates a set of powerful features which help you find and organize failures and weaknesses from your web site.

AccessDiver can detect security failures on your web pages. It has multiple efficient tools which will verify the robustness of your accounts and directories accurately. So, you will know if your customers, your users and yourself can safely use your web site.


Here is a quick list of the features available:

  • Contains fast security that uses up to 100 bots to do its analysis.
  • Detects directory failures by comparing hundreds of known problems to your site.
  • AccessDiver is fully proxy compliant and has a proxy analyzer (speed / anonymity) and a proxy hunter built-in.
  • A built-in word leecher helps you increase the size of your dictionaries to expand and reinforce your analysis.
  • A powerful task automizer manages your jobs transparently. You can tackle unlrelated tasks while Accessdiver is working, saving you time.
  • An on-the-fly word manipulator lets you increase the strength of your dictionaries easily when doing your analyzis.
  • A PING tester is included to tell you the efficiency of your site and the efficiency of an Internet address you would like to access.
  • A DNS resolver lets you look up the host name of an IP address and reverse the process to learn an unknown host name.
  • A feature called ‘HTTP debugger’ helps your understanding of how actual HTTP protocol works. It opens up the process so you see what really happens during a connection problem.
  • A WHOIS gadget lets you retrieve owner information of a domain name (in case you would like to buy the domain or contact the actual owner).
  • An update notifier automatically tells you when a new version of AccessDiver is available.

You can find out more here and download AccessDiver here:


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2 Responses to AccessDiver – Web Site Security Testing Tool

  1. Francesco November 20, 2007 at 11:44 am #

    great tool, the most complete I’ve seen. but win32 only :(
    nothing for linux?

  2. razta July 5, 2008 at 4:55 pm #

    Seems like their website is down.

    It can be downloaded from here: The “Click here to download” button is just underneath the add, I had trouble finding it.