Re: Automatic web application security profiling



Open source web proxies BURP, WebScarab have spidering ability.

- Durga

On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 7:12 AM, John Beck<jbeck59@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello List:

I am about to start an application layer security assessment of a web application and I am searching for a quick method of identifying "most" of the inputs of a JSP/tomcat web application (remotely, without source code access).

Are any of you using any free / open source / custom tools to accomplish this that you would be willing to share / recommend?  Do you know of any usable solution to automatically create a site map that could be included in a paper report?

Essentially I'd like to be able to use a free tool to spider the application and end up with a list of end points to test manually.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

-Jeff

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