XSS Hunter

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Tool and Usage

Project details
Programming languagePython
AuthorMatthew Bryant
Latest releaseNo release found

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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.

Author and Maintainers

XSS Hunter is under development by Matthew Bryant.


Supported operating systems

XSS Hunter is known to work on Linux.

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Related tool information


This tool is categorized as a cross-site scripting scanner and XSS scanning tool.