This extension can be used to help test for authorization vulnerabilities.
- Right click on an item, and choose "Send request(s) to Authz".
- Create a modified cookie, generally for a different user.
- Click "Run".
- Identify any differences in responses.
|Last updated||01 July 2014|
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