Hello good people, There’s a new Framework bugfix release, v1.0.6. There are a lot of small fixes and cleanups but the most notable changes are about improvements and fixes to payloads for the following active checks: sql_injection — Slight payload update to catch double-quote cases. code_injection — Slight PHP payload …Read More
Hey folks, There’s a new Arachni release out, mostly containing bugfixes and some tiny optimizations. Most of the changes aren’t really worth mentioning and generally include silencing recoverable errors by simply catching them earlier. Similarly, the optimizations are quite tiny as well, there’s no great performance boost, but the Framework …Read More
Hey folks, There’s a new version out and it includes a considerable amount of bugfixes, the most important of which are: Framework v1.0.3 Write directories Support for specifying custom write directories, allowing you to set defaults for logs, reports and snapshots in a configuration file. Default error log file is …Read More
Hello people, A week after the big v1.0 release I’ve got a new one for you, taking care of some initial bugs. Thankfully, enough people jumped on it (with around 700 downloads in the first 5 days) so the common bugs were discovered and resolved quite quickly. The most important …Read More
Hello people, Our eagle-eyed users spotted a few bugs early on so this is a small bugfix release to sort those little critters out. The changelogs are tiny and you can find them at: Framework Web Interface Should you find any more issues please report them. Cheers, Tasos L.
Hey folks, I don’t usually blog about bug fixes but I think this is worthy, I better give you an intro first. Arachni’s packages are supposed to be self-contained, that is, they don’t need any dependencies to be installed on the host system. From common system-level libraries like libxml and …Read More