pak76_ml at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Aug 1 09:17:34 EDT 2005
You are welcome. Quite for some time I was using tools written by others, so I hope that people using TBrowser (if there are any) find it useful (BTW version 0.9.4 is on its way, it will enable cookie manipulation - adding/deleting/changing, and some minor changes to page properties, such as image preview).
TBrowser was put together literally within a few hours, so it needs to be cleared and structured properly, but I want to:
1. Confirm that there is a need for tools like it;
2. Gather feedback and comments.
I don't know a lot about your development process, but I would love to see TBrower as another OWASP tool.
I think that automatic testing has too many limitations (first step in testing, but, by far, not the last one) and my aim is to build the Swiss knife for manual web testing. Things like web Spider, raw HttpConnection (with support for compression, digital certificates, web proxies, Unicode, ...), nc (+SSL), different encoders, regression testing tools are on my roadmap. Develop them is an easy bit (In the past I wrote most of them), but design simple and intuitive GUI is the tricky one :-)
Not mentioning things such as WebServices & XML or MQ...
I hope that there is a need for such tool and possibly TBrowser (or its equivalent) will be just a module in this combo...
Dinis Cruz <dinis at ddplus.net> wrote:
(I'm starting to reply to this thread in sequence, so please forgive me if I ask something that was answered on a later response)
Firstly I would like to thank you for submitting your code and for being part of our community.
Secondly I would like to ask if you have made up your mind about the license? If not I would strongly advise you to go Open Source, since that will allow us to continue its development and to incorporate it in the other Owasp .Net tools.
.Net Security Consultant
Owasp Net Project Leader
Pawel Krupinski wrote: Hi guys,
I'm building a simple tool to play with web forms and I think that I'm not far from the release version. Basically it is Internet Explorer control embedded within my application :-)
This tools is written in c# and requires .NET Framework 1.1 (with Microsoft.mshtml.dll!!!), but I'm sure it is not an issue for people in this mailing group
The tool can be downloaded from http://www.btinternet.com/~pawel.krupinski/
I didn't have time to create any manual, but I hope that the tool is self-explanatory. If you need more info, give me a shout.
There are two zip files in the directory:
TBrowser.zip - the tool itself (MD5 - ab5e86f06308c108d71d38dc6b5de023)
Interop.zip - is zip with interop dlls (MD5 - 7263957bbc14f53b615d1bec85426c9e)
I haven't decided which licence scheme to use, but for private use it will be free.
If you have any comments, suggestions and/or found bugs please send them to pak76_apps at yahoo.com.
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