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    Setup bWAPP in Kali Linux | Extremely Buggy Web Application

    We can't directly attack any web application without proper legal permission. That will consider as a crime. If we do not practice our penetration testing skills then we can't improve our skills. So we need a place where we can test our attacks and run our tools. The place is our home. Home is...
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    SkipFish - Web Application Scanner

    SkipFish is an active web application security scanner developed by Google's information security engineering team, Michal Zalewski, Niels Heinen and Sebastian Roschke. SkipFish comes preinstalled with Kali Linux and it can identify various vulnerabilities inside a web application. SkipFish...
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    Scan Web Applications Using Metasploit

    In penetration testing and bug bounty fields, scanning a website for vulnerabilities is the most crucial part. In our previous articles we had talk about some website or web application scanner like SkipFish and Wapiti, but in our this article we are going to talk about scan website using...
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    WeBaCoo - Web Backdoor Cookie Script-Kit

    WeBaCoo (Web Backdoor Cookie) is a web backdoor script tool used to provide a stealth terminal-like connection via HTTP between the client and web server. It is a post exploitation tool capable to maintain access to a compromised web server. WeBaCoo was designed to operate under the radar of...
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    EyeWitness - Web Footprints and Enumeration

    EyeWitness is a tool that is designed for Kali Linux and allows a penetration tester to capture screenshots of a website without leaving the Terminal. It also provide some server header info, and identify default credentials if known. EyeWitness does all of the work in the background. Imagine...
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    What is Fuzzing? Why it is Important on Cybersecurity?

    What is Fuzzing? Fuzz testing or Fuzzing is a Black Box software testing technique, which basically consists in finding implementation bugs using malformed/semi-malformed data injection in an automated task. This analysis is a software-testing technique used by developers and penetration...