Uniscan 4.0 vulnerability scanner Released
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The Uniscan vulnerability scanner is aimed at information security, which aims at finding vulnerabilities in Web systems and is licensed under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE 3.0 (GPL 3). The Uniscan was developed using the Perl programming language to be easier to work with text, has an easy to use regular expressions and is also multi-threaded.
Uniscan Features
  • Identification of system pages through a Web Crawler.
  • Use of threads in the crawler.
  • Control the maximum number of requests the crawler.
  • Control of variation of system pages identified by Web Crawler.
  • Control of file extensions that are ignored.
  • Test of pages found via the GET method.
  • Test the forms found via the POST method.
  • Support for SSL requests (HTTPS).
  • Proxy support.
Official Change Log :
- Uniscan is now Modularized.
- Added directory checks.
- Added file checks.
- Added PUT method enabled check.
- Bug fix in crawler when found ../ directory.
- Crawler support POST method.
- Configuration by file uniscan.conf.
- Added checks for backup of files found by crawler.
- Added Blind SQL-i checks.
- Added static RCE, RFI, LFI checks.
- Crawler improved by checking /robots.txt.
- improved XSS vulnerability detection.
- improved SQL-i vulnerability detection.

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