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Kali Linux Web Penetration Testing Cookbook by Gilberto Nájera-Gutiérrez

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Chapter 3. Crawlers and Spiders

In this chapter, we will cover:

  • Downloading a page for offline analysis with Wget
  • Downloading a page for offline analysis with HTTrack
  • Using ZAP's spider
  • Using Burp Suite to crawl a website
  • Repeating requests with Burp's repeater
  • Using WebScarab
  • Identifying relevant files and directories from crawling results

Introduction

A penetration test can be performed using different approaches, such as Black, Grey, and White box. A Black box test is performed when the testing team doesn't have any previous information about the application to test other than the URL of the server. A White box test is performed when the team has all the information about the target, its infrastructure, software versions, test users, development information, ...

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