Groundspeed is an open source firefox add-on that allows you to manipulate the interface of web applications to adapt it to the penetration test needs. Find more about groundspeed here:
What is Groundspeed?
Last Friday Groundspeed passed the Mozilla review to become a ‘public’ add-on. This basically means there will be no more install ‘malware danger’ warnings and users with older versions should be prompted to update to the most recent version.
I am impressed with the speed of the review by the Add-on Editors team, it took less than a week to complete. I am sure they have a lot of work so it’s great that they can be able to move things with so much efficiency. I am seriously thinking about volunteering some time to the review process.
I just uploaded a new version of Groundspeed to the Mozilla Add-on (AMO) site. The new version, 1.2, has some small updates to increase stability and to correct some bugs. I also submited this version to ‘full review’ by Mozilla, what should give Groundspeed access to all functionality in the add-ons site (no more warnings that the add-on might not be safe when installing!).
Once the review is passed, people using older versions of Groundspeed will be automatically prompted to update as part of the browser update process.
Groundspeed is an open source tool available under a BSD license and is furnished "as is" and the author makes no warranties and assumes no responsibilities.
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