PyT (Python Taint)
Tool and Usage
- Detect Command injection, SQL injection, and XSS
- Detect directory traversal
- Get a control flow graph
- Get a def-use and/or a use-def chain
- Search GitHub and analyze hits with PyT
- Scan intraprocedural or interprocedural
- Customizations possible
Usage and audience
PyT is commonly used for code analysis. Target users for this tool are developers.
Tool review and remarks
The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:
- + The source code of this software is available
To use PyT, install it via the following method below.
After installation, check the version number of the program and compare it with the one on this page. Be aware of versions that are outdated, as they may contain bugs or even security vulnerabilities.
Several dependencies are required to use PyT.
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