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|name = "online"|
|version = "0.2.0"|
|authors = ["Jesús Rubio <firstname.lastname@example.org>"]|
|edition = "2018"|
|documentation = "https://docs.rs/online"|
|include = ["src/**/*", "Cargo.toml"]|
|description = "📶 Library to check your Internet connectivity"|
|repository = "https://github.com/jesusprubio/online.git"|
|readme = "README.md"|
Proposal: Node.js penetration test framework
Hi guys! Since I started to write Bluebox-ng I've been tracking the different security projects I found written in Node.js. Now we've published the first stable version we think it's the right moment to speak among us (and, of course, everyone interested in it :).
- I think we're rewriting the same stuff in our respective projects again and again. For example, almost any tool supports IPv6 because the functions we need are still not present in the Node core and the libraries I found (IMHO) were not enough.
- There're different projects implementing exactly the same thing, ie: port scanners.
- We're working in a too new environment, so we need to make it together.