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beSTORM 상업용 버전 (trial 이 아닌 버전)은 프로토콜 모듈별로 판매되며 각각의 프로토콜 모듈에 따라 퍼징의 종류는 다양합니다

beSTORM is sold by 'seat' and by range of protocols, servers, transport layers and files

Previously available only to governments and large corporations, beSTORM has established a long and well documented history of identifying security issues in network equipment and software. Simple to use but powerful enough to have been deployed by the military, beSTORM can replace dozens of hard to use or poorly supported and documented tools and provides a standard, reliable and repeatable security testing process that businesses of any size can incorporate into their software QA process.

Technically, beSTORM is a commercial, black box, intelligent fuzzer. It is used in a lab environment to test application security during development or to certify software and networked hardware prior to deployment. It comes with complete technical and developmental support, does not need or use source code and delivers fast results by testing the most common, most likely failure scenarios first and then branching out into a near infinite range of attack variations.

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beSTORM Professional

beSTORM Web Applications

General Purpose Fuzzer N/A
Network Protocol Fuzzing N/A
DLL / API Fuzzing N/A
ActiveX Fuzzing N/A
Client side Network fuzzing N/A
File fuzzing Partial N/A
80-20 approach to finding vulnerability: 4 levels of testing on the protocols (known vulnerabilities, simple implementation, full RFC (+extension) implementation, and quirks (Special cases in special products). Partial
Development Language independent
Does not require source code
Linux/Unix and Windows support Only Windows
Integrated tests for known vulnerabilities with full information from CVE
Reproducible tests
Easily export test case to Perl scripts and generate binary data of tests
Supports binary protocols
Session based protocols
Standard encryption support
Intelligent module structure (Supporting length/offset dependencies, element counters, duplications, encoders etc.)
High throughput and speed. Supports specifying the optimal connection to a specific server.
Easily adaptable to a new testing environment
Hands free testing (ability to automatically stop and restart the test according to monitored results).
Batch mode support (auto-resume testing upon crash)
Custom Module support - build your own proprietary modules for in-house protocols, extensions, file formats and API definitions
Tailored attack types (sql injection, cross site scripting, format string, add your own)
Add External DLL calls to your modules (special encryption, file/net operation, custom libraries)
Custom vulnerability detection support
Buffer overflow attacks
Integer overflows / underflows attacks N/A
Format string attacks N/A
Null byte attacks N/A
Buffer poisoning attacks
Off-by-one attacks N/A
Malformed encoding attacks
Extended functionality to modules through standard win32 api, openssl, Unix
Bookmarks - allows to go back in time to previous tests and regenerate scenarios
Advanced optimization - allowing faster results by focusing tests on prime subset of tests
Supports IPv6, IPv4 IPv4 only
Auto Learn - Wizard to build new modules (of any type)
"Packet capture to beSTORM module" converter (to easily create a beSTORM custom module)
Graphical representation of module and attack vectors
Automatically control speed testing settings from monitor
Change test cases/order depending on result
Monitoring tool to examine tested application
Ability to implement your own monitor and integrate with beSTORM Client
gdb integration
Ollydbg integration
WinDBG integration

beSTORM Monitor

Linux/Unix and Windows support
Both console and Windows GUI versions
Auto-starts tested application in case of crash
Catches exceptions
Catches buffer overflows
Catches buffer overruns
Reports on cpu/memory usage
Parses log files