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There is no tool, it's a parameters of your google account. Try to make a NSFW (Not Safe For Work) research And read the SafeSearch manual To prevent others from changing your setting, like your kids or anyone who is borrowing your computer, click Lock SafeSearch. Learn more about locking SafeSearch


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Load the vulnerable url with phantomjs and detect whether that triggers an alert or not.


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I can't look into your problem, as you gave a fake URL for testing XSS. Here's a real URL demonstrating an XSS vulnerabilities: http://www.insecurelabs.org/Task/ Using the first task this is a URL that has an XSS vulnerability: http://www.insecurelabs.org/Task/Rule1?query=%3Cscript%3Ealert%28%27XSS%27%29%3C%2Fscript%3E Using requests python ...


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Incident response is as much as matter of framework and policy as it is a matter of tools. Use the document here (http://www.sei.cmu.edu/reports/03hb002.pdf) to define a set of guidelines and procedures. You may find that the toolset isn't as important as the methodology. You may also find that the methodology defines your toolset.


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Is it noticeable? Very much so: hundreds or thousands of rapid-fire requests from a single address will stick out in the logs, and may trigger anti-DoS or anti-crawler measures. Is it bad? Depends on the site, the rate of copying, and many other factors. Rapidly crawling a website hosted on someone's home server could easily overload their connection and ...



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