Updates wpscan v-2.6 : is a black box WordPress vulnerability scanner.

Updates wpscan v-2.6 : is a black box WordPress vulnerability scanner.

changelog Version 2.6 Released: 2014-12-19 :
New :
– Updates the readmes to reflect the new –usernames option
– Improves plugin/theme version detection by looking at the “Version:”
– Solution to avoid mandatory blank newline at the end of the wordlist
– Add check for valid credentials
– Add Sucuri sponsor to banner
– Add protocol to sucuri url in banner
– Add response code to proxy error output
– Add a statement about mendatory newlines at the end of list
– Give warning if default username ‘admin’ is still used
– License amendment to make it more clear about value added usage
Removed :
– remove malwares
– remove malware folder
– Removes the theme version check from the readme, unrealistic scenario
General core :
– Update to Ruby 2.1.5 and travis
– Prevent parent theme infinite loop
– Fixes the progressbar being overriden by next brute forcing attempts
Fixed issues :
Fix UTF-8 encode on security db file download
Fix #703 – Disable logging by default. Implement log option.
Fix #705 – Installation instructions for Ubuntu < 14.04 apparently incomplete
Fix #717 – Expand on readme.html finding output
Fix #716 – Adds the –version in the help
Fix #715 – Add new updating info to docs
Fix #727 – WpItems detection: Perform the passive check and filter only vulnerable results at the end if required
Fix #737 – Adds some readme files to check for plugin versions
Fix #739 – Adds the –usernames option
WPScan Database Statistics:
Total vulnerable versions: 88
Total vulnerable plugins: 901
Total vulnerable themes: 313
Total version vulnerabilities: 1050
Total plugin vulnerabilities: 1355
Total theme vulnerabilities: 349

WPScan is a vulnerability scanner which checks the security of WordPress installations using a black box approach. details :

WPScan is a vulnerability scanner which checks the security of WordPress installations using a black box approach.

WPScan is a vulnerability scanner which checks the security of WordPress installations using a black box approach.

+ Username enumeration (from author querystring and location header)
+ Weak password cracking (multithreaded)
+ Version enumeration (from generator meta tag and from client side files)
+ Vulnerability enumeration (based on version)
+ Plugin enumeration (2220 most popular by default)
+ Plugin vulnerability enumeration (based on plugin name)
+ Plugin enumeration list generation
+ Other misc WordPress checks (theme name, dir listing,

Download :
2.6.zip 
2.6.tar.gz 
Source : http://wpscan.org/
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