SecFox - Addons For Security Analysts/Pentesters
About this Collection
SecFox is collection of addons which is can be used to customize any firefox to a security assessment tool. Check http://a4apphack.com/sf1 for few tips and documentation
57 Add-ons in this Collection
Debug Flash/SWF files on the web. Edit properties and inspect elements on the fly. View log output inside the extension. Run AS3 code against the active SWF. Access assets with the Explorer. View AMF calls and Shared Objects and much much more...
It adds a tab to the Page Info dialog box, which shows the cookies belonging to the current page.
SQL Injection vulnerabilites can cause a lot of damage to a web application. A malicious user can possibly view records, delete records, drop tables or gain access to your server. SQL Inject-Me is Firefox Extension used to test for SQL Injection vuln...
Adds a clear cache toolbar button. After installing the extension, find the clear cache button in the toolbar customization...
Manage form history entries (search, edit, cleanup, export/import) and easy text formfiller.
Auto-save text entered in any form while typing to allow fast recovery when disaster strikes.
Control for which webpage form history is saved or not.
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is a common flaw found in todays web applications. XSS flaws can cause serious damage to a web application. Detecting XSS vulnerabilities early in the development process will help protect a web application from unnecessary...
Simulate WAP browsing by viewing WML (Wireless Markup Language) pages.
Changes the Location Bar of Firefox into a Breadcrumb display with rich and interactive features.
Record, bookmark and replay your browser activities in a snap with DéjàClick. Designed for Firefox, DéjàClick can handle the most complex websites - including AJAX, Flash, forms and more. With a single click you can repeat your most common tasks.
If you have multiple logins for web based e-mail accounts (like Gmail and Yahoo! mail), then CookieSwap enables you to easily switch between those different accounts by swapping the 'cookies' that the sites use to know you.
Create free disposable email addresses and paste them directly in forms. This helps to protect you from spam mails and could be useful when subscribing to forums or newsletters...
You can capture your screen and record your voice to make screencasts (tutorials, e-lessons, etc.).