[ OWASP - Montreal ] XSS vulnerablity scanner implementation

Arun Sarangan arunsarangan at gmail.com
Thu Apr 16 15:36:35 EDT 2009


Thank you guys .. its a great deal of help =)

On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 11:54 AM, Sean Coates <sean at caedmon.net> wrote:

> For this, look at PHP Tokenizer, it's the best way to implement it...
>>
>
> Did someone say tokens?! (-;
>
> I have a pet project called the Tokalizer that helps make the PHP
> tokenizer's output usable:
> http://github.com/scoates/tokalizer
>
> (I just moved it to github last night, and I'm a git newbie, so expect some
> instability (-; The code is also pretty young, but it does cool stuff (like
> context-sensitive diffing and grep))
>
> Also, there's parsekit, which we use for an internal vulnerability tester
> (and I seriously need to build a release soon):
> http://pecl.php.net/parsekit
>
> Some info on our internal tool (uses parsekit) here:
> http://lukewelling.com/2008/07/23/oscon-2008-snap-php-taint-tool/
>
> </plug> (at least it was on-topic (-; )
>
> S
>
>


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