psiinon at gmail.com
Thu Jan 9 09:26:15 UTC 2014
Thanks for the shout out Dinis :)
Looks like the link wasnt quite right, so here are a couple that hopefully
FYI I'll be publishing a blog post on how to use Zest for reporting website
vulnerabilities to Mozilla very soon - I'll post the link to this thread
when its live.
Zest is still at an early stage, but so far its looking good (but hey, I'm
It would be really great to have more people playing around with it,
suggesting improvements and even contributing!
And it is, of course, completely open source and free. Its also licensed so
that it can also be freely used in closed source / commercial tools as well.
On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 9:07 AM, Dinis Cruz <dinis.cruz at owasp.org> wrote:
> I was looking at Zest this morning (
> https://code.google.com/p/zap-extensions/wiki/add on_Zest) and it looks
> really interesting and powerful
> Anybody using it? (apart from Simon :) )
> If so, what are your views on it and should Zest be a common language to
> describe web app tests/vulns?
> I'm thinking of using the 'Eclipse Plugin Builder DevKit' I'm currently
> working on to write a Zest Eclipse Plugin. So let me know if you have ideas
> on what it should do, or want to help.
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