FireCAT (Firefox Catalog of Auditing exTensions) version 1.3 released
FireCAT is a Firefox Framework Map collection of the most useful security oriented extensions.
Changes for version 1.3
- Category Information Gathering (Googling and Spidering)
- GSI Google Site indexer (GSI Creates Site Maps based on Google queries. Useful for both Penetration Testing and Search Engine Optimization. GSI sends zero packets to the host making it anonymous) (Thanks to Jeff Stewart)
- Category Information Gathering (Data mining)
- Who is this person (Highlight any name on a web page and see matching information from Wink, LinkedIn, Wikipedia, Facebook, Google News, Technorati, Yahoo Person Search, Spock, WikiYou, ZoomInfo, IMDB, MySpace and more...)
- FaceBook Toolbar (Search Facebook from anywhere The Search Box allows you to easily search Facebook no matter)
- Category Information Gathering (Location info)
- Router Status (Shows the current status of your router in the status bar and allows you to control it)
- Category Security Auditing
- XSS-Me (the Exploit-Me tool used to test for reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities)
- SQL Inject-Me (the Exploit-Me tool used to test for SQL Injection vulnerabilities)
- FireWatir (Watir is a simple open-source library for automating web browsers. It allows you to write tests that are easy to read and easy to maintain. It is optimized for simplicity and flexibility)
- Category Network utilities (Database)
- SQLite Manager (Manage any SQLite database on your computer.)
Special greetings to Jonathan Danylko from dcs-media who suggested us to release a Hacker Guide for FireCAT. Well, it is a wonderful idea and guess what ! We are working on it. Anyway, If you got videos, articles about the extensions highlighted in FireCAT, let us know.
Thanks to Claus Valca for writing an article about FireCAT.
Many thanks to Nishchal Bhalla from securitycompass.com for allowing us to include Exploit-Me tools into FireCAT. Exploit-Me tools are GPL v3 and both the source, the plugins are available on securitycompass.com .