In this recipe, we will learn how to use Skipfish. Skipfish is entirely written in C. It is highly optimized to handle HTTP requests. Skipfish can handle 2,000 requests per second, as mentioned at http://tools.kali.org/web-applications/skipfish .
To step through this recipe, you will need Kali Linux running on Oracle Virtualbox and an Internet connection. No other prerequisites are required.
For this recipe, you need to perform the following steps:
Skipfish, you have to mention the output directory name. If the output directory does not exist, it will automatically create the directory and save the results. To start Skipfish, type the following command ...