Projects / SpyBye


SpyBye is a tool to help web masters determine if their Web pages are hosting browser exploits that can infect visiting users with malware. It functions as an HTTP proxy server and intercepts all browser requests. A few simple rules are used to determine if embedded links on your Web page are harmless, unknown, or maybe even dangerous.

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  •  10 Jun 2007 07:22

    Release Notes: A proxy mode in which SpyBye analyzes all content in the background and provides a warning box when potentially malicious content has been detected was added. This means that all Web browsing can be done through SpyBye and users get protected automatically from dangerous content.

    •  04 Mar 2007 09:10

      Release Notes: Scanning Web pages with ClamAV is now supported. Logging and Javascript sanitization were improved.

      •  20 Feb 2007 08:53

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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