Browser Rider – Web Browser Exploitation Framework


Browser Rider is a hacking framework to build payloads that exploit the browser. The project aims to provide a powerful, simple and flexible interface to any client side exploit.

Browser Rider is not a new concept. Similar tools such as BeEF or Backframe exploited the same concept. However most of the other existing tools out there are unmaintained, not updated and not documented. Browser Rider wants to fill those gaps by providing a better alternative.

Features

  • Easily create powerful payloads and plugins
  • Manage payloads automatically with plugins
  • All data can be saved in a database
  • Obfuscation
  • Polymorphism
  • Control more than one zombie at a time
  • Simple administration panel

Requirements

  • PHP 5, with json installed
  • Mysql
  • Apache with url_rewrite on
  • Targets must have Javascript turned on

You can download Browser Rider here:

Browser Rider v20081124 (changelog)

Or read more here.

Posted in: Hacking Tools, Web Hacking

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