Using Nuclei Templates with SecApps Raygun
This page provides an overview of how to use Nuclei templates with SecApps Raygun, a web security regression testing solution. We will explain what Nuclei templates are and how to use them to test the security of your web applications.
- web security
- regression testing
Nuclei is an open-source tool for web security testing. It is designed to help web developers and penetration testers find and fix security vulnerabilities in their web applications. Nuclei templates are written in the yaml format, and they are used to define the tests that Nuclei will perform.
Using Nuclei templates with SecApps Raygun is easy. To use a Nuclei template, you simply need to add it to your Raygun project, and then run the tests as part of your regular regression testing process (execution). This will allow you to automatically test your web applications for security vulnerabilities using the templates, and fix any issues that are found.
To create a Nuclei template, you need to define the test that you want to perform. This can include basic HTTP requests, as well as more advanced tests for specific vulnerabilities. For more information on how to create Nuclei templates, please refer to the Nuclei documentation (https://nuclei.projectdiscovery.io/templating-guide/).
Once you have created your Nuclei template, you can add it to your Raygun project. To do this, simply go to the "Template" section of your project, and click on paste the template code. You can then run the template as part of your regression testing process.
In conclusion, Nuclei templates are a powerful way to test the security of your web applications with SecApps Raygun. They allow you to define and run specific tests for vulnerabilities, and fix any issues that are found. For more information on how to use Nuclei templates, please refer to the Nuclei documentation.