You want to find out as much info about a URL as possible really quickly.
Why? Well, you could be:
- A pentester just starting your week looking at a new set of apps
- A security professional who has just found out about a new public web app from your company you were not previously aware of
- A developer who has just been given an existing web app to maintain
So … ZAPit!
ZAPit is a new feature in 2.14.0 which performs a quick ‘reconnaissance’ scan of the URL specified. It currently only runs from the command line.
For more details see the ZAPit help page.
The commands I used in the above video were:
Download and run bash in the ZAP stable docker image (not required if you have ZAP installed locally):
docker pull softwaresecurityproject/zap-stable
docker run -it softwaresecurityproject/zap-stable bash
./zap.sh -cmd -addonupdate -addoninstall wappalyzer -addoninstall pscanrulesBeta
Run ZAP against example.com (or any other URL you specify):
./zap.sh -cmd -zapit https://www.example.com
Do you think ZAPit will be useful to you?
Would you like it to do anything else?
Let us know via the ZAP User Group.
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