FireCAT – The Firefox Catalog of Auditing exTensions

FireCAT (Firefox Catalog of Auditing exTension) is a mindmap collection of the most efficient and useful firefox extensions oriented application security auditing and assessment. FireCAT is not a remplacement of other security utilities and softwares as well as fuzzers, proxies and application vulnerabilities scanners.


FireCAT is a map collection aimed to reference the best extensions for Open source browser Firefox. The so-called extensions has been short listed on the basis of a fundamental criteria : they should help to perform security assessment or ethical hacking.

In order to take advantage of all these add-ons and make it easy to understand and read, we divided it into categories and sub-categories.

The current release 2.0 contains more than 90 extensions divided into 7 categories and 18 sub-categories.

The FireCAT project has now its dedicated URL

The online text view

Go to animated, interactive version.

The Project web page

2 Responses to FireCAT – The Firefox Catalog of Auditing exTensions

  1. kinsky says:

    Well, this is an awesome approach to assess web app security. Firecat was a life saver when i dealt with some tense situation where my customer didnt want to let me plug my computer. A usbkey with few firecat plugins were there to make the show. Thanks folks.

  2. Jada Warman says:

    Right here is the right web site for anybody who hopes to find out about this topic. You know so much its almost hard to argue with you (not that I really would want to…HaHa). You definitely put a fresh spin on a topic that has been written about for many years. Wonderful stuff, just great!

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