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OWASP Risk Rating Management Project

OWASP Risk Rating Management Project is a tool projects aim to educate user who want to assessment more than one or many web application using owasp risk rating mathodologies.

Installation Guide

  1. Clone or download reporsitory from: https://github.com/mohammadfebrir/owasp-riskrating.git
  2. Save on your local htdocs (xampp/wampp) or /var/www/html/ (lammp)
  3. Install composer requirement, for instruction you can find here: https://getcomposer.org/download/
  4. Import database from path database/testing.sql
  5. Open .env file and make sure the configuration in the .env file matches with your database configuration (Database name, database password, etc)
  6. Run in command: php artisan serve
  7. Program will redirect to localhost:3000

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