Using Firefox Add-Ons for #BugBounty
Recently I posted a tweet about using Firefox Add-Ons for Bug Bounty Hunting, so I figured I should write a guide on how to use it.
(1) uBlock Origin
General purpose: Block advertisements on website.
Reason of use: To have a better bug hunting experience, ads will be annoying since they are not part of your target.
General purpose: Gather information about target website.
Reason of use: To have an idea of what Front-End or Back-End technologies the target website is using.
General purpose: Switch proxies with a click.
You can disable the proxy by selecting “Turn Off FoxyProxy (Use Firefox Settings)”
(4) HackBar Quantum
General purpose: Provide a list of useful tools inside the browser.
Reason of use: There are times when you need to craft payloads or perform URL encoding when doing bug hunting, Hackbar Quantum is ready to provide you all the tools in a small window.
You need to press “F9" to enable it.
Reason of use: It opens a doorway for bug bounty hunters to test for public CVEs.
(6) HTTP Status Code
General purpose: Display the HTTP status code of the website.
Reason of use: To assist the bug bounty hunter in understanding the flow of a website.
General purpose: Get temporary email address in one click.
Reason of use: When signing up in the target website, there will be chances when they need you to confirm your email address. Temp Mail is a website that provides users with temporary, secure, anonymous, free,and disposable email address.
General purpose: Perform reconnaissance towards the target website.
That’s it for now, all claps are appreciated ;)
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