This is cool and all but Google, you really need to figure out how to protect against social engineering attacks.
Keep them coming. Great to see some new tools for us to use.
Your "Browser Security Handbook" is NOT a "handbook", or any kind of book at all. It is a wiki! There is a pretty damned big difference.I understand the utility of a wiki, but don't call things what they are not.
The tool runs beautifully.Thanks.
why there's no code in svn?
any plans to support NSS besides/instead of OpenSSL?any plans to support windows? i've tried hard to compile it with msvc, mingw and cygwin. all failed. cygwin at least compiles, but fails to link. msvc support would be very nice.
um never mind the question about windows support, i got it compile under cygwin, i just had to use the cygwin builds of libidn, openssl and zlib.
hi, i've setted up a page for my windows builds of skipfish:http://nss.daydreamer.nu/?q=node/16enjoy!
Nice work again Google. Very cool.@Lonny Man, you've really got to learn to chill out. Google have written a handbook in Wiki form, but it's still a handbook. ;)
Running the tool now, my local server doesn't seem to be able to respond to 2000 requests a second though! More like 4!
Hi,Can someone here please tell me how to run skipfish on windows vista.I have been told to do a research on this tool. But I dont understand what am supposed to do. People say we can do it with cgywin for windows user. But I have no idea wat to do with cgywin. Can someone please tell me how to get it run?Please dont say open cgywin and type ./skipfish - H..... something like this.Thanks.
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