Prototype Pollution Fuzzer
A fast tool to scan client-side prototype pollution vulnerability written in Rust.
- Supporting Materials
Simply, download a pre-built binary from releases page and run!
|NOTE: Rust should be installed!|
▶ cargo install ppfuzz
Manual building executable from source code:
▶ git clone https://github.com/dwisiswant0/ppfuzz ▶ cd ppfuzz && cargo build --release # binary file located at target/release/ppfuzz
ppfuzz uses chromiumoxide, which requires Chrome or Chromium browser to be installed. If the
CHROME environment variable is set, then it'll use it as the default executable. Otherwise, the filenames
chrome-browser are searched for in standard places. If that fails,
/Applications/Google Chrome.app/... (on MacOS) or the registry (on Windows) is consulted.
It's fairly simple to use ppfuzz!
▶ ppfuzz -l FILE [OPTIONS]
-l/--list to provide input list:
▶ ppfuzz -l FILE
You can also provide the list using I/O redirection:
▶ ppfuzz < FILE
— or chain it from another command output:
▶ cat FILE | ppfuzz
Only show vulnerable targets/suppress an errors:
▶ ppfuzz -l FILE 2>/dev/null
Here are all the options it supports:
▶ ppfuzz -h
|-l, --list||List of target URLs|
|-c, --concurrency||Set the concurrency level||5|
|-t, --timeout||Max. time allowed for connection (s)||30|
|-h, --help||Prints help information|
|-V, --version||Prints version information|
- Nuclei templates
- Prototype Pollution and useful Script Gadgets
- Prototype pollution – and bypassing client-side HTML sanitizers
When I started out ppfuzz, I had very little or no knowledge on Rust and I believe there may be a lot of drawbacks/security vulnerabilities. So all contributions are welcome, of course — any bug reports & suggestions are appreciated, some environment have not been tested yet.
Since this tool includes some contributions, I'll publically thank the following users for their helps and resources:
- @mattsse - for his awesome chromiumoxide & mentoring me which helped a lot to quickly adapt Rust!
Fourty2#4842(Discord) - for helpful workaround.
- All contributors.
ppfuzz is distributed under MIT license. See