Wow I seem to have missed a lot of updates lately. This time, I missed an update about WPXF. We now have the WordPress Exploit Framework v1.6.1 amongst us! This new version among other things updates a major bug that occurred while updating the framework and adds multiple new modules and payloads! Read more about UPDATE: WordPress Exploit Framework v1.6.1!
This is a short post about an open source domain administrative dashboard finder - Cangibrina that is coded in Python. The name Cangibrina is Brazilian for Cachaça in local slang, which is a distilled spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice. Read more about Cangibrina: A Domain Admin Dashboard Finder!
Since my initial post about WPSeku was about v0.1.0, an updated was made by the author and a new version was released. This post is an attempt at mentioning the changes made to the tool. Read more about UPDATE: WPSeku v0.2.1!
While at work today I had to deal with a Lotus Domino web application installation that I knew nothing about. This is where I searched a bit and found an open source tool - Domi-Owned. Read more about Domi-Owned: A IBM/Lotus Domino Exploitation Tool!
This is a short post about LFISuite, an open source local file inclusion scanner and exploiter that is coded in Python. It supports multiple attack points and also has TOR proxy support. We all know that Local File Inclusion (also known as LFI) is a process of "including" locally present files, through the exploitation of vulnerable inclusion procedures implemented in the application that accepts un-sanitized input. Read more about LFISuite: An Automatic LFI Exploiter & Scanner!
My last post about WordPress security was WPSeku, the simple WordPress security scanner. This post is about WPXF, short for the WordPress Exploit Framework, which will help you go one step further and perform penetration tests on WordPress powered websites. Read more about WPXF: The WordPress Exploit Framework!
There are a lot of open source WordPress security scanners out there right now and WPSeku is one more of them. Since it's release about a month ago, it has a few static cross-site scripting, local file inclusion and SQL injection strings which it tries to leverage while scanning a website. Read more about WPSeku: A Simple WordPress Security Scanner!