A simple SSRF-testing sheriff written in Go

SSRF Sheriff This is an SSRF testing sheriff written in Go. It was originally created for the Uber H1-4420 2019 London Live Hacking Event, but it is now being open-sourced for other organizations to implement and contribute back

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