Hey guys great tool. We'd like to add it to Samurai Web Testing Framework (SamuraiWTF). Is it possible to get it running in Linux? Since most of it appears to be Air, I'm hoping this is possible. In not, any chance you could help me hack it into Linux or provide an official Linux install? If we can get it in SamuraiWTF, I can guarentee we'll start teaching in our SANS, Black Hat, and OWASP courses.
Creating a Linux port would require a little bit of work but I don't think it would be impossible. Adobe quit supporting new versions of AIR for linux at version 2.6 and SWF Investigator currently requires version 3.1. Although, I only required 3.1 to help encourage people to be on the latest version of AIR. I believe that most of the features that I use were already available in version 2.6. Does SamuraiWTF run on Debian or Ubuntu?
Thanks for the reply. Sorry I failed to continue this thread last year.
Our distribution is currenty based on Ubuntu 12.04, 32-bit. I'm playing with the idea of moving to a Kali/Debian base for future releases, and I'm also considering a move to 64-bit, but that is all undecided. Since you've come out with a few new versions since this thread began, is there any chance we can still get it on Air 2.6?