OWASP Penetration Testing Kit

OWASP Penetration Testing Kit

OWASP Penetration Testing Kit

What is OWASP Penetration Testing Kit?

The 'OWASP Penetration Testing Kit' is a comprehensive Edge add-on designed for security professionals. It streamlines app security tasks by offering in-browser DAST/SCA scanning, JWT inspection, and a suite of tools for request tampering, cookie management, and decoding. Integrated with Swagger.IO and Selenium, it is ideal for uncovering vulnerabilities and improving security workflows.

Stats
Rating: 4.80 (24)
Version: 8.8.3.1 (Last updated: 2024-02-17)
Creation date: 2021-12-09
Risk impact: Very high risk impact
Risk likelihood: Moderate risk likelihood
Manifest version: 3
Permissions:
  • activeTab
  • cookies
  • notifications
  • storage
  • unlimitedStorage
  • tabs
  • webRequest
  • background
  • debugger
  • scripting
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Host permissions:
  • <all_urls>
  • *://*/*
Size: 7.33M
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OWASP Penetration Testing Kit
OWASP Penetration Testing Kit (v8.8.3.1)
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Summary

The Penetration Testing Kit (PTK) browser extension is your all-in-one solution for streamlining your daily tasks in the realm of application security. Whether you're a penetration tester, a member of a Red Team, or an application security practitioner, this extension is designed to enhance your efficiency and provide valuable insights.

Key Features: In-Browser Runtime Scanning: PTK offers Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) and Software Composition Analysis (SCA) scanning right within your browser. Detect SQL Injections, Command Line Injections, Stored and Reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities, and more. It even identifies complex threats like SQL Authentication Bypass, XPath injections, and JWT attacks.

JWT Inspector: We've added a crucial new feature – JWT Inspector. It empowers you to analyze JSON Web Tokens (JWT), build new tokens, and generate public and private keys for JWT signing. PTK makes easy a lot of JWT attacks including null signature, none algorithm, brute force HMAC secret, key/algorithm confusion, JWK injection, JKU injection, and kid parameter injection.

Insightful Information: Get a one-click access to insightful information about the target application, including its technology stack, Web Application Firewalls (WAFs), security headers, crawled links, and authentication flow.

Proxy with Traffic Log: PTK includes a proxy with a detailed traffic log. This log allows you to repeat any request in the R-Builder or send it to the R-Attacker. You can automate the execution of Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), SQL injection, or OS Command injections.

R-Builder for Request Tampering and Request Smuggling: The extension includes R-Builder, a powerful tool that allows you to craft and manipulate HTTP requests with precision. Use R-Builder to modify and tamper with requests, enabling you to test the robustness of the application's security. R-Builder empowers you to execute complex maneuvers, including HTTP request smuggling attacks, for a comprehensive assessment of application vulnerabilities.

Cookie Management: The extension includes a cookie editor, allowing you to manage cookies efficiently. Add, edit, remove, block, protect, export, and import cookies with ease.

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User reviews
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Pros
  • User-friendly interface and tools
  • Effectiveness in finding XSS and SQL Injection vulnerabilities
  • Powerful capabilities for JWT security analysis
  • Convenience of the Request Builder for crafting and testing modified requests
  • SCA scan with reporting for comprehensive security checks
Cons
  • Some functions do not work properly
  • Potential privacy and security concerns with unauthorized access
  • Micro feature may be broken for some websites
Most mentioned
  • Request Builder for modified requests
  • JWT Inspector for token security
  • SCA scan with reporting
  • Request Attacker for detecting XSS and SQL Injections
  • Concerns about the extension's safety and functionality
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Safety
Risk impact

OWASP Penetration Testing Kit is very risky to use and it requires a lot of sensitive permissions. Avoid installing this add-on unless you absolutely trust this publisher.

Risk likelihood

OWASP Penetration Testing Kit is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this add-on.

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