Garmr is a tool to inspect the responses from websites for basic security requirements.
Garmr includes a set of core test cases implemented in corechecks that are derived from the Secure Coding Guidelines that can be found at [https://wiki.mozilla.org/WebAppSec/Secure_Coding_Guidelines]
This version of Garmr :
- does not support pip. Grab the source from git
- requires Requests > 0.6.2-dev, which can be installed by following the instructions here: ** http://docs.python-requests.org/en/latest/user/install/#get-the-code
usage: garmr.py [-h] [-u TARGETS] [-m MODULES] [-f TARGET_FILES] [-p] [-d]
optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -u TARGETS, --url TARGETS add a target to test -m MODULES, --module MODULES load a test suite -f TARGET_FILES, --file TARGET_FILES File with urls to test -p, --force-passive Force passives to be run for each active test -d, --dns Skip DNS resolution when registering a target.
- Implement sequences (i.e. a series of ActiveTests that once invoked, maintains a cookie jar until the list of URLs is exhausted)
- Implement a proper detailed reporter; currently a range of data is accumulated, but never reported.
- Implement more checks