On 06/09/2010 01:41 PM, Steve Pinkham wrote:
> Are you maintaining the version that is in CVS, or is there later code
> in another location?
> I've found lots of problems due to renames and moves and such in the CVS
> version, and don't want to spend a lot of time creating patches if there
> is a later fixed version already.
Please note I'm moving this thread to w3af-develop if anyone on the user
thread wants to follow or respond.
I just installed the latest Moth release (moth-v0.6.7) also has the same
problems. CGIs are broken, swf files are missing, many links have
changed case, etc. Is the test harness being activley used by anyone in
w3af development(IE, can anyone tell me what passes/fails now, so I
don't break working tests)? Are there unpublished changes? How would you
like to receive patches?
> On 06/08/2010 07:52 AM, Andres Riancho wrote:
>> The license is GPLv2, and of course you can use it @ your training.
>> Please note that moth does NOT include a w3af installation. Thanks!
>> Andres Riancho
>>> El jun 7, 2010 6:13 p.m., "Steve Pinkham" <steve.pinkham@...
>>> <mailto:steve.pinkham@...>> escribió:
>>> I was wondering what the license was for the w3af test environment. I
>>> assume it is the same license as w3af(GPL), but that isn't explicitly
>>> I'm interested at the moment as I'd like to include it as part of the
>>> next version of the Web Security Dojo training VM. The test environment
>>> includes a number of vulnerability types that are missing from "modern"
>>> vulnerable web targets. Those would be interesting to have included,
>>> especially as w3af is also installed.
>>> | Steven Pinkham, Security Researcher |
>>> | http://www.mavensecurity.com |
>>> | GPG public key ID CD31CAFB |
| Steven Pinkham, Security Researcher |
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