October 14th, 2011, 06:01 AM
Command line based url scanner
Does any one know about a command line utility (Windows or Linux based) that takes a URL as input and provides status if the URL is safe or malicious?
Kindly update me.
February 7th, 2012, 09:10 AM
Originally Posted by descentsteps
There is a Quttera URL Scanner cli.
You can take it from their Blog. It's free.
As a new one here I can't give you the link.
Simply google it...
Comments on this post
February 13th, 2012, 02:30 AM
February 14th, 2012, 06:04 AM
The original question was about "command line utility" and not online scanners... But nevertheless, they in particular use JS emulator and other related technology among the tools... As well, I don't think that other scanners don't know about the nature of web and are relying on pure static analysis... anyway, it is better than nothing and will become even more better and sophisticated as it emerges as any other technology solutions...
Originally Posted by Habbakuk
To perform a transformation, you can call Xalan-Java from the command line (or script), an applet, an application, or a servlet (see Usage Patterns).
The org.apache.xalan.xslt.Process main() method provides a command-line interface for performing XSL transformation. To perform a transformation from the command line or a script, do the following:
Set the Java classpath to include xalan.jar, serializer.jar, xml-apis.jar, and xercesImpl.jar -- or another conformant XML Parser -- (see Plugging in the Transformer and XML parser).
Call java and the Process class with the appropriate flags and arguments (described below). The following command line, for example, includes the -IN, -XSL, and -OUT flags with their accompanying arguments -- the XML source document, the XSL stylesheet, and the output file:
java org.apache.xalan.xslt.Process -IN foo.xml -XSL foo.xsl -OUT foo.out