OWASP STeBB v-1.0 released : is a free and opensource security testing browser bundle.

stebb_300STeBB ( Security Testing Browser Bundle ) is an all in one web security toolkit for web application security testers. Built over Mozilla Firefox, this Linux based open source browser bundle comes with a vast array of awesome tools that help you secure your web application. STeBB runs in Debian based Linux distributions and can be used to thoroughly security test the web applications, especially the OWASP Top 10 risks.
STeBB marks the beginning of a new webapp security testing method. Born as a fork of PenQ, from the developers of PenQ, this browser bundle was created to detach the security testing browser’s affiliation with any organisation. This would now be the home where future development would continue.

STeBB – Security Testing Browser Bundle

Tool Include : 

  • Intercepting Proxy – OWASP WebScarab
  • Vulnerability Scanner – Nikto
  • Brute Forcer – OWASP WebSlayer
  • Brute Forcer – Wfuzz
  • Anonymous Browsing – Integrated Tor
  • Tutorials – OWASP Documentations
  • Direct Shell Access
  • Access to System Utilities
  • PenTesting Checklist
  • HTML5 Report Generator
  • Vulnerability Databases
  • anonymoX
  • Awesome Screenshot
  • IRC Chat – ChatZilla
  • CipherFox
  • Clear Console
  • Cookies Manager+
  • Cookie Monster
  • CryptoFox
  • Email Extractor
  • Firebug
  • FireFlow
  • FireFTP
  • FireSSH
  • Greasemonkey
  • Groundspeed
  • HttpRequester
  • HackBar
  • HackSearch
  • Header Spy
  • HttpFox
  • Java Deobfuscator
  • Library Detector
  • LinkSidebar
  • Proxy Selector
  • Proxy Tool
  • RefControl
  • RESTClient
  • Session Manager
  • SQL Inject Me
  • SQLite Manager
  • TrashMail.net
  • User Agent Switcher
  • Wappalyzer
  • Web Developer
  • Xinha Here!
  • XSS Me

Instalation

cd [path to stebb-installer-1.0.sh]
chmod +x stebb-installer-1.0.sh
./stebb-installer-1.0.sh
stebb

Download :
 stebb-installer-32-1.0 (90.7 MB)
Tarball 32 bit : stebb-portable-32-1.0.tar.gz (95.1 MB)
Sources : http://www.stebb.org/