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    anyone getting anywhere with this?
    i can launch w3af -g and it comes up but immediatly crashes, i can verify that it is working fine on my win32 and debian boxes...
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    I perfomred an svn update on my w3af installation in backtrack. When running w3af -g I get this error:
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    Starting w3af, running on:
      Python version:
        2.5.1 (r251:54863, May  4 2007, 16:52:23)
        [GCC 4.1.2]
      GTK version: 2.10.13
      PyGTK version: 2.12.1
    
    You have to install the sqlite3 database module to be able to run the GTK user interface. On debian based distributions you should install: python-pysqlite2
    I've been looking around for pysqlite2 for slapt-get, but no luck.

    If I run the sasha branch, the application launches with no problems. If I run the Windows version, I am also able to use it without error.

    William

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    check out my blog
    i wrote a script to ease the process
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    Great! Thanks, it worked! I seemed to have been missing this:

    http://darkstar.ist.utl.pt/slackware...1-i486-1sl.tgz

    and

    http://fuzion.rootmybox.org/pub/2008...23/_sqlite3.so && cp _sqlite3.so /usr/lib/python2.5/sqlite3/

    Still get this message:
    You won't be able to use the web20Spider without zc.testbrowser.real library installed. Exception: No module named testbrowser.src.zc.testbrowser.real
    global name 'Browser' is not defined. You can get MozRepl at http://hyperstruct.net/projects/mozlab .

    But it works!
    William

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    you just need to install the tool, its no error. if you follow the link that the notice gives you it will direct you to the tool. Its for hacking browser side you dont NEED it for use of the w3af tool

    Python 2.5 isnt compiling with sqllite by default - another way to fix that is to install the sqllite3 libs and re config and make Python2.5 you then have the include sqlite working again.

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    Got a PM from spudgunman I have not messed with w3af on BT3 as of yet but I will keep this post in mind. I have been using a portable version for windows that seems to be working fine so far. You can find the post by just searching w3af.
    screenie: http://rmccurdy.com/public_images/w3af.jpg
    ( Yes that is a Vista box running w3af portably on a limited user account :P )

    I am very intrested in w3af and I wish I could code. I would add more to the fuzz urls. I have custom nikto DB I created from a SPI dynamics (HP) webinspect scan log and added it to my portable version of w3af. I also have more urls and plan the next update to include these along with an updated

    http://rmccurdy.com/scripts/downloaded/dork
    http://rmccurdy.com/scripts/downloaded/urls.txt

    Once I get some time the fuzz and nikto part of w3af will be huge ...

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    I have the same problem like williamc.
    I performed a svn update on my w3af installation in backtrack and now I get the same error.

    But for the suggested solution, this link is not working anymore:

    http://fuzion.rootmybox.org/pub/2008...23/_sqlite3.so

    Can somebody please share another and working link?
    Thanks.
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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    they added all kinds of stuff to w3af
    I got mine to work in windows doing :

    * added pydot
    * added pyparsing
    * removed graphviz from dependencyCheck.py

    python 2.5 (r25:51908, Sep 19 2006, 09:52:17) [MSC v.1310 32 bit (Intel)]
    GTK version:2.12.9
    PyGTK version:2.12.1

    you need to update slapt-get this may help :
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/sho...8&postcount=70

    you also may want to check out gslapt for GUI slapt-get

    FYI make sure you try w3af commandline first then try it with -g

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    Thanks for the advice. I don't know why to upgrade slapt-get since I did an svn upgrade before, but anyway I did it and followed all your advice, but still w3af is not working:

    Code:
    bt w3af # w3af
    You have to install python sqlite3 library. On Debian based distributions: apt-get install python-pysqlite2
    
    bt w3af # w3af -g
    Starting w3af, running on:
      Python version:
        2.5.1 (r251:54863, May  4 2007, 16:52:23)
        [GCC 4.1.2]
      GTK version: 2.10.13
      PyGTK version: 2.12.1
    
    You have to install the sqlite3 database module to be able to run the GTK user interface. On debian based distributions you should install: python-pysqlite2

    Any more ideas?? Please help. Thanks.
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaii67 View Post
    Thanks for the advice. I don't know why to upgrade slapt-get since I did an svn upgrade before, but anyway I did it and followed all your advice, but still w3af is not working:

    Code:
    bt w3af # w3af
    You have to install python sqlite3 library. On Debian based distributions: apt-get install python-pysqlite2
    
    bt w3af # w3af -g
    Starting w3af, running on:
      Python version:
        2.5.1 (r251:54863, May  4 2007, 16:52:23)
        [GCC 4.1.2]
      GTK version: 2.10.13
      PyGTK version: 2.12.1
    
    You have to install the sqlite3 database module to be able to run the GTK user interface. On debian based distributions you should install: python-pysqlite2

    Any more ideas?? Please help. Thanks.
    Download python source and configure with sqlite:

    Code:
    ./configure --with-sqlite=yes
    Hope this helps
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