WebSurgery – Web Application Security Testing Suite

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WebSurgery is a suite of tools for security testing of web applications. It was designed for security auditors to help them with the web application planning and exploitation. Currently, it uses an efficient, fast and stable Web Crawler, File/Dir Brute forcer, Fuzzer for advanced exploitation of known and unusual vulnerabilities such as SQL Injection, Cross site scripting (XSS), Brute force for login forms, identification of firewall-filtered rules, DOS Attacks and WEB Proxy to analyze, intercept and manipulate the traffic between your browser and the target web application.

WEB Crawler

WEB Crawler was designed to be fast, accurate, stable, completely parametrable and the use of advanced techniques to extract links from Javascript and HTML Tags. It works with parametrable timing settings (Timeout, Threading, Max Data Size, Retries) and a number of rules parameters to prevent infinitive loops and pointless scanning (Case Sensitive, Dir Depth, Process Above/Below, Submit Forms, Fetch Indexes/Sitemaps, Max Requests per File/Script Parameters). It is also possible to apply custom headers (user agent, cookies etc) and Include/Exclude Filters. WEB Crawler come with an embedded File/Dir Brute Forcer which helps to directly brute force for files/dirs in the directories found from crawling.

WEB Bruteforcer

WEB Bruteforcer is a brute forcer for files and directories within the web application which helps to identify the hidden structure. It is also multi-threaded and completely parametrable for timing settings (Timeout, Threading, Max Data Size, Retries) and rules (Headers, Base Dir, Brute force Dirs/Files, Recursive, File’s Extension, Send GET/HEAD, Follow Redirects, Process Cookies and List generator configuration).
By default, it will brute force from root / base dir recursively for both files and directories. It sends both HEAD and GET requests when it needs it (HEAD to identify if the file/dir exists and then GET to retrieve the full response).


WEB Fuzzer

WEB Fuzzer is a more advanced tool to create a number of requests based on one initial request. Fuzzer has no limits and can be used to exploit known vulnerabilities such (blind) SQL Inections and more unsual ways such identifing improper input handling, firewall/filtering rules, DOS Attacks.

WEB Editor

A simple WEB Editor to send individual requests. It also contains a HEX Editor for more advanced requests.

WEB Proxy

WEB Proxy is a proxy server running locally and will allow you to analyze, intercept and manipulate HTTP/HTTPS requests coming from your browser or other application which support proxies.

You can download WebSurgery here:

Setup – setup.msi
Portable – websurgery.zip

Or read more here.

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