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Shellshock Burp Scanning

October 29, 2014

The following is a Java plugin for the web proxy Burp designed to detect CVE-2014-6271, or shellshock, during active scans of web applications. Further versions of the shellshock vulnerability, e.g. CVE-2014-7169, are not detected by this plugin. These versions require an existing code execution exploit against the remote system to trigger, and are therefore not included.

https://github.com/AccuvantLABS/burp-shellshock

Shellshock Burp


    Matthew Gill

By: Matthew Gill

Principal Consultant

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