Penetration Testing
Release: Faraday Penetration Test IDE Dec 16 2013 08:05PM
Francisco Amato (famato infobytesec com)
We are happy to announce our first release of Faraday (beta), an open
source collaborative Penetration Test IDE console that uses the same
tools you use every day.

Faraday introduces a new concept (IPE) Integrated Penetration-Test Environment

We built a plugin system, where all the I/O from the terminal gets
interpreted, if we have a plugin for the command, the output is
processed and added to a knowledge base in a transparent way.

Our idea was to build a tool that helps from the perspective of a
pentester without changing the way you work, adding the support for
multi user collaboration on security testing projects.

Developed with a specialized set of functionalities that help users
improve their own work adding collaborative data sharing, indexation
and analysis of the generated knowledge during the engagement of a
security audit.

* +40 Plugins (Metasploit, Amap, Arachini, Dnsenum, Medusa, Nmap,
Nessus, w3af, Zap and More!)
* Collaborative support
* Information Highlighting
* Knowledge Filtering
* Information Dashboard
* Conflict Detection
* Support for multiple Workspaces
* IntelliSense Support
* Easy Plugin Development
* XMLRPC, XML and Regex Parsers

Get it now:

#faraday-dev on

We hope you enjoy it!
Francisco Amato

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