Wafer is a simple but effective web application firewall (WAF) fuzzing tool. It is designed to be used as a standalone script, it uses various techniques build payloads which could potentially bypass a WAF.
Git clone the repository and install the requirements.
git clone https://github.com/sysdig/wafer && cd wafer && pip3 install -r requirements.txt
Wafer uses ChromeDriver to render the page and analyze the DOM. You can download latest ChromeDriver here.
Wafer can automatically download the latest ChromeDriver for you, just run the following command.
python3 wafer.py --update-chromedriver
Wafer first try to identify blocked payloads or strings by sending a list of common payloads. Then it uses various techniques to build unique payloads which could potentially trigger an XSS.
Most of the techniques are from PortSwiggers XSS cheat sheet, you can find it here.
Wafer can combine multiple techniques to build unique payloads that trigger different XSS vectors.
Some vectors require human interaction, for example, the
onmouseover vector requires the user to hover over the payload. Wafer will automate all the possible interactions so user doesn't have to do it manually.
Using Wafer is pretty simple, just pass the URL and the parameter you want to test (only GET parameters are supported at the moment).
python3 wafer.py --url [URL] --param [PARAMETER]
- AWS WAF Bypass (found by Wafer)