Garmr – Automate Web Application Security Tests


Garmr is a tool to inspect the responses from websites for basic security requirements. It includes a set of core test cases implemented in corechecks that are derived from the Mozilla Secure Coding Guidelines which can be found here:

https://wiki.mozilla.org/WebAppSec/Secure_Coding_Guidelines

The purpose of this page is to establish a concise and consistent approach to secure application development of Mozilla web applications and web services. The information provided here will be focused towards web based applications; however, the concepts can be universally applied to applications to implement sound security controls and design.

This page will largely focus on secure guidelines and may provide example code at a later time.

Garmr - Automate Web Application Security Tests

It’s a useful tool, combined with others to automate web application security tests to a decent, fairly comprehensive baseline. It was built to be part of a Continuous Integration process by the Mozilla WebQA team, but could easily be adopted by other teams and used in a similar way – it ouputs a JUnit style XML report that can be consumed by other tools such as Jenkins.

This is why it’s well suited to be used in a tool such as – Gauntlt – Security Testing Framework For Developers & Ops.

Usage

You can download the latest version here:

master.zip

Or read more here.

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