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Chorizo – Online PHP security scanner

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Yesterday, reading PlanetMysql, i stumbled on an interesting piece of software: Chorizo scanner. It is an online tool that acts like a proxy and scans your website for vulnerabilities while you surf it. So far it lets you check only one site for free and i was unlucky to find any bugs on one of my projects. There is a link to Chorizo prezentation. If anyone cares to try, and maybe share if they were lucky to actually catch any site vulnerabilities, that would be very nice ;)

The tool is designed so you can scan only sites you own – you have to upload special signature file on your site to authenticate. But ofcourse dont play with sites that are very important to you ;) who knows who own that Chorizo thing.

Comments would be nice.

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October 15th, 2010 at 9:59 pm

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3D rendering with PHP

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Some guy wrote simple 3D rendering PHP script. It is based on well known game called Wolfenstein 3D “raycaster” algorythm and is pretty simple. Funny is that you can combine that with AJAX to get some unseen results (let’s not think about server load and traffic yet).

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October 15th, 2010 at 9:57 pm

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