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Web Form Flooder

Web Form Flooder is a Java console utility that will analyze a Web page, complete any forms present on the page with reasonable data, and submit the data. The utility will also crawl links within the site in order to identify and flood additional forms that may be present.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Dec 2003 20:15

    Release Notes: This release focuses on improving the quality of submitted data so that it will pass validation tests that verify location information, rudimentary password cracking, and some bug cleanup.

    •  12 Dec 2003 08:26

      Release Notes: This release evaluates user-displayed text to determine the purpose of input fields, making the application virtually autonomous. It is nearly 100% effective on non-obfuscated websites and often fully effective on sites that use limited javascript for form validation and submission.

      •  09 Dec 2003 19:30

        Release Notes: A bug that prevented most forms from being submitted has been fixed, and there are other bugfixes. The command line argument syntax has been cleaned up.

        •  08 Dec 2003 21:27

          Release Notes: This release includes some significant new features regarding user tweaks to the form analysis engine and submitter, fixes a few bugs, and continues to extend support to HTML forms using Javascript. Most significantly, if the form analyzer doesn't know what to do with a form element, you can tell it how to deal with that element through the configuration file. Default entries are automatically created by the analyzer, and any entries you make override the default behavior.

          •  05 Dec 2003 23:24

            Release Notes: In addition to some important bugfixes, dependency checking on startup has been added to prevent the sort of errors that were typical if data support files couldn't be located. There is also support for URLs embedded in area tags.


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