This tool will check a user defined Web site for potentially exploitable/ vulnerable URL's by comparing them against the URL extensions in the database, for instance if your target is http://google.com and in the database you have /wp-login.php it would then check if: http://google.com/wp-login.php is available on that site by checking the response. It's a form of of scanning to help you exploit and find weaknesses within the web server. The first time you run the tool it will create a database "restuls.txt" for you, and add a few URL parameters to get you started. But you can add to or change the database as much as you wish and therefore, it's as powerful as you'd like it to be. It gives you realtime feedback and the option to save all the successful results. You'll also be happy to know it's open source, and I've also included a win32 compiled version.
|File Size||75.98 kB|
|Operating System||Windows Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 2003 Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows Server 2008|
|System Requirements||.NET Framework 3.5|