Web Application Exploiter (WAppEx)

WAppEx is an integrated platform for
performing penetration testing and exploiting of web applications on
Windows or Linux. It can automatically check for all type of security
vulnerabilities in the given target and then let you to run various
payloads to exploit and take advantages of the vulnerability.

WAppEx is a multi platform application
and it is executable in Linux and Windows.

WAppEx’s database which includes
hundreds of exploits provides an automated, comprehensive and
reliable exploit for penetration testers and security professionals
Regular database update is available.
Top priorities are high-risk and zero-day vulnerabilities.

Payloads for using in exploits are
reliable payloads which contains connect-back, listener shell,
arbitrary code execution, arbitrary file upload,…
WAppEx’s script based engin let
experienced users write their own scripts and payloads to test and
exploit any vulnerability in web applications.
Software and vulnerability updates are
available at any time and a daily support is available via phone or

WAppEx can exploit the following web
application vulnerabilities:

SQL Injection:

The most dangerous vulnerability in web
applications. WAppEx uses Havij – Advanced SQL Injection Tool engine
to find and exploit this vulnerability.

Remote File Inclusion:

It allows an attacker to include a
remote file. WAppEx can check for this vulnerability and run various
payloads to execute commands on web server.

Local File Inclusion:

It allows an attacker to include a
local file. Just like RFI WAppEx tests and exploits this

OS Commanding:

It let the attacker to execute OS
commands on server. WAppEx tests and exploits this vulnerability to
execute custom commands to get a reverse shell.

Script injection:

It can be used by an attacker to
introduce (or “inject”) script into a web application.
WAppEx automatically tests and exploit this vulnerability to escalate
access to web server and get a reverse shell.

Local File Disclosure:

as the name says it disclosure content
of local files on the web server. WAppEx can exploit this
vulnerability to read sensitive files on the server.

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