[Owasp-o2-platform] Injecting O2 into an .NET Process, in this case IBM Rational AppScan standard

dinis cruz dinis.cruz at owasp.org
Sat Aug 6 17:48:50 EDT 2011


Here is another example of how to inject O2 into an .NET Application and be
able to control its GUI:

   - Injecting O2 into IBM Rational AppScan
Standard<http://o2platform.wordpress.com/2011/08/06/injecting-o2-into-ibm-rational-appscan-standard/>

   - Creating a Pink version of IBM Rational AppScan
Standard<http://o2platform.wordpress.com/2011/08/06/creating-a-pink-version-of-ibm-rational-appscan-standard/>


The 'pink' example came about because in the group I was having dinner
yesterday, there was a female AppScan user. I was explaining to her, that
once we can run O2 scripts inside AppScan, there are very few limitations of
what can be done, and nothing showed that better than a Pink version of
AppScan :)

Of course that this is just the beginning! Now that we have the full O2
scripting capabilities inside the AppScan .NET process, there is A LOT that
can be done (namely the integration with .NET Static Analysis data).

Btw, if you have other .NET process that you want to inject O2's scripting
environment, now is a great time to do it. The current script was heaving
based on the Injecting O2 into another .NET Process (in this case
NUnit.exe)<http://o2platform.wordpress.com/2011/07/07/injecting-o2-into-another-net-process-in-this-case-nunit-exe/>
script, and I'm very close to an generic 'O2 .NET process Injector'.

Dinis Cruz

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