Security Compass released two beta tools in the Exploit-Me series. These tools, XSS-Me and SQL Inject-Me, are Firefox plugins to help test for security vulnerabilities.

XSS-Me does Cross Site Scripting (XSS) injection against the forms on a page. This will send a predefined set of attack strings against the website to see if the site reflects the content back to the user.

SQL Inject-Me is a tool to do some SQL injection tests against an application. It will send a series of SQL commands and attempt to make the database return an error message to the user.

Anyway, check out the Exploit-Me site and give the tools a try. If you find any issues you can report them to bugs at securitycompass.com.

Oh, and as an added bonus, the tools are being released under the GPL v3. We’re working on getting bug tracking, mailing lists and all that other infrastructure setup for the project.