Every project on GitHub comes with a version-controlled wiki to give your
documentation the high level of care it deserves. It’s easy to create
well-maintained, Markdown or rich text documentation alongside your code.
This wiki and the OWTF README document contains a
lot of information, please take your time and read these instructions carefully.
We provide a CHANGELOG that
provides details about almost every OWTF release.
Be sure to read the CONTRIBUTING
guidelines before reporting a new OWTF issue or opening a pull request.
If you have any questions about the OWTF usage or want to share some information with the
community, please go to one of the following places:
Google Summer of Code 2018 Guide
Cookbooks (GSoC 2014 Projects UPDATE)
Create new Plugins