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Sandcat 3

3.0 Beta 2

  • Fixed: a minor issue when switching back to the Browser tab after clicking twice the Console tab.

3.0 Beta 1

After months of hard work, Syhunt is excited to announce the release of the 3.0 version of the Sandcat Browser. With this release, Syhunt's feature-packed, pen-test oriented web browser incorporates new capabilities and extensibility enhancements. This new version introduces a new major feature called Sandcat Console, which decreases the barrier between the pen-tester and the website, allowing the user to easily run custom commands and scripts against a website.

In addition to this major feature, Sandcat Browser 3.0 evolved from a single to a multi-process architecture (each tab is now its own process), a feature inherited from Chromium. The new version also brings in a richer experience, improved Developer Tools, improved Tor support, new extensions (such as the new encoder extensions and an enhanced Page Info tab extension) and other improvements.

ChangeLog

  • Changed from single to multi-process architecture.
  • Added Sandcat Console, a command console with several useful commands and extension possibilities. New commands can be added using the Lua programming language via the browser.addcmd() function or by creating a Lua script file which must be placed in the Scripts/Commands directory. Read the details on how to add custom console commands here.
  • Improved Developer Tools.
    • Developer Tools now opens in a new tab.
    • Fixed: Developer Tools not displaying cookies.
  • Page Info tab now displays the full list of page objects.
  • Added several encoder extensions (Base64, MD5, SHA-1 and more).
  • Added a MD5 brute force extension.
  • Added missing Ruby libraries to the script runner.
  • Improved UI responsiveness.
  • The Chromium library was upgraded to the latest release.
  • The Tor application was upgraded to the latest release.
  • The Syhunt Gelo library was upgraded to the latest release (version 1.05).
  • Fixed: a minor tab refresh issue.

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