|Tags||Security Web Website Fingerprint hacking identification|
Release Notes: Performance enhancements and bug fixes were made. "-p +" was added as a shortcut for "-p +plugins-disabled". The --quiet/-q option was added to suppress display of brief logging to STDOUT. Slow plugins were updated. More was done.
Release Notes: This release adds ~600 new plugins, plugin reporting support for :model=>, :firmware=>, and :module=>, support for em-resolv-replace which speeds up whatweb many times, an XML stylesheet "whatweb.xsl" for XML reports, MongoDB logging, JSON logging, MagicTree logging, error logging, verbose logging, vulnerability matching support, -debug to raise errors found in plugins, an advanced plugin template, --quiet, redirect control, --max-redirects, custom headers, support for HTTP basic authentication, and nmap-style IP address range support.
Release Notes: 135 new plugins were added. Some plugins were updated. Ruby 1.9 compatibility fixes were made. New types of matches for plugins include MD5 hashes, patterns of HTML tags, URL tests, added URL prefixes, suffixes and patterns, added cmdline custom plugin definitions, added spider file extension stuff, and more.
Release Notes: Plugin writing was simplified. A bug with ruby 1.8.5 was fixed. Author names were added to plugin information. 67 plugins were added from Brendan Coles, bringing WhatWeb up to 163 plugins. References were added to Security-Assessment.com. Updates were made to the README, CHANGELOG, and plugin-template.rb.txt files.
Release Notes: GPLv2 notices, a Makefile, and a man page were added. Page titles were colored. Plugin names were changed. A Cookie names plugin was added. Plugins were added for Concrete5 CMS, CushyCMS, FrogCMS, ModxCMS, TypoLight, and ExpressionEngine. The Google Analytics, MovableType, and Tomcat plugins were modified. The my-plugins/ folder was added. Usage information now shows the correct defaults. A bug for aggressive plugins and proxy settings was fixed. XML logging was added. Usage was updated to show how to pipe HTML to /dev/stdin. The --no-redirect option was added to avoid following HTTP 3xx redirects. The --version option was added. Invalid command line arguments are handled.