Tool and Usage
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By using a specific link, XSS Hunter can see when some attack successfully is triggered. It will then store information like the vulnerable page's URI, referer, HTML DOM, the screenshot of page, and cookies. Regarding the victim, it stores the IP address and the user agent.
Usage and audience
XSS Hunter is commonly used for penetration testing, software testing, or vulnerability scanning. Target users for this tool are pentesters and security professionals.
Supported operating systems
XSS Hunter is known to work on Linux.
XSS Hunter alternatives
Similar tools to XSS Hunter:
XXSER leverages the execution of arbitrary code on the web server when an administrative user inadvertently triggers a hidden XSS payload.
XSStrike is tool for penetration testers and developers to test web applications. It scans a web application for any possible cross-site scripting weakness. With its own fuzzing engine, it might find rare issues. XSStrike can also discover the presence of a web application firewall (WAF).
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