[Esapi-user] Continuous Website/Web Services Testing?

Christian Frichot christian.frichot at owasp.org
Sun Jul 14 04:26:16 UTC 2013

Hi Jeffrey,

Depends on what sort of things you're looking to do there are a few
potential avenues you can investigate:
 - Sucuri.net - monitors for changes to DNS, SSL, blacklisting - plus, you
can set it up to email you diffs if content changes.
 - asafaweb.com - more ASP.NET focused, but, may do a little of what you're
 - Spin up your own? Maybe investigate running something like
http://jenkins-ci.org/ somewhere, tie it together with something like w3af.
 - Hack up your own? If you know exactly what you're after, you may be able
to 'bash' some cli apps together with cron on a *nix box somewhere.

Hope some of this helps.



Christian '@xntrik' Frichot
Perth OWASP Chapter Leader
e: xntrik at gmail.com
e: christian.frichot at owasp.org

On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 9:43 AM, Jeffrey Walton <noloader at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> Is anyone aware of a tool that performs nightly tests of web apps like
> a continuous integration tests a build?
> The idea is to get a baseline and then look for adverse changes as the
> dev team modifies functionality and adds pages.
> Jeff
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