This screen allows you to configure the script options:
A list of directories from which scripts will be loaded. ZAP will read (and write) the scripts using the character encoding UTF-8.
The scripts must be in subdirectories named after the relevant script type (such as ‘active’, ‘passive’, ‘proxy’ etc) and must have an appropriate extension for the script language used.
Scripts that cannot be written to will be added to the Templates section.
The ZAP community scripts repository is a good option to add: https://github.com/zaproxy/community-scripts
You will need to clone a local copy but you can then access all of the scripts that the community add, and even upload your own scripts via GitHub pull requests.
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