Web Application Security Penetration Testing
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Web hacking tools for Firefox Plugins are maintained by their authors. We maintain the list, but can not guarantee the trustworthiness of plugins. Maintained by Gotham Digital Science
68 Add-ons in this Collection
PassiveRecon provides information security professionals with the ability to perform "packetless" discovery of target resources utilizing publicly available information.
Quickly and easily increment and decrement numbers and strings in URLs for navigating through URL sequences.
CryptoFox is an encryption/decryption tool for Mozilla Firefox, with dictionary attack support for cracking MD5 passwords.
Transforms typed or static text to L337, ROT13, BASE64, HEX, URL, BIN, DES, AES, Morse code, DVORAK keyboard layout and to lower/to upper case functionality, Leet Font...
Cookie Editor that allows you add and edit "session" and saved...
Firefox 3 comptible
Testing tool for regular expressions with color highlighting (including submatches) and helpers for creating expressions
91 weekly downloads
This plugin lets you search on Offsec Exploit archive - http://exploit-db.com. Offsec Exploit archive, also known as Explo.it, is the replacement of Milw0rm archive.
Cookie Watcher is a tool to watch selected cookie in a statusbar.
Groundspeed is an add-on that allows security testers to manipulate the application user interface to eliminate annoying limitations and client-side controls that interfere with the web application penetration tests.
The text complete extension adds shortcuts and auto complete functionality to text fields within web forms, the thunderbird message composer, and various other fields within the firefox browser and thunderbird messagecomposer.
The available ...
71 weekly downloads
This plugin lets you search on Security Focus Vulnerabilities.
69 weekly downloads
This plugin lets you search on Packet Storm - www.packetstormsecurity.org - database. Packet Storm offers an abundant resource of up-to-date and historical security tools, exploits, and advisories.
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