cgichk is a Web vulnerability tool that automatically searches for a series of interesting directories and files on a given site. It also includes a whois lookup.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content CGI Tools/Libraries Security Networking Utilities|
|Licenses||Freeware BSD Original GPL|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This version is a somewhat major code rewrite. HTTP requests were fixed (most sites work correctly now). HTTP proxy support was added. User agent identification was added. URL parsing code was rewritten. A couple more targets were added.
Release Notes: Config file loading behavior was changed so that it searches for the file in the current dir before searching anywhere else. Some memory related problems and some little bugs were fixed. Some new targets were added. A Windows binary is now available from the 'Alternate Download' link.
Release Notes: This release fixes the whois lookup bug which would make you scan the whois server and not your real target if you used -w. The debug commandline switch behavior has changed.
Release Notes: All directory/file strings have been moved outside of the program into config files so you can edit them without having to recompile. The config file should be now be easy to understand. The -F and -I switches have been changed to lowercase. The options -C (to specify an alternate config file) and -W (to specify an alternate whois server) have been added.