VMware Cloud Web Security Checker

An browser extension that should help to test security with (or even without) VMware Cloud Web Security (CWS) offering. Project can be found under https://github.com/iddocohen/vmware-sase-check. 

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VMware Cloud Web Security (CWS) Checker

VMware CWS Checker is a web browser extension to help check your security with (or even without) VMware CWS service

Overview of VMware CWS Checker

Releases

  • Unstable:
    • current main repository
  • Stable:

Roadmap

Please visit the Trello page

Getting Started

Google Chrome

On web store

Or via:

  1. Download this repo as stable release listed above or newer changes via ZIP file from GitHub.
  2. Unzip the file and you should have a folder named vmware-sase-check-<version name here> when downloading a release or vmware-sase-check-main.
  3. In Chrome go to the extensions page (chrome://extensions).
  4. Enable Developer Mode.
  5. Drag the vmware-sase-check-main folder anywhere on the page to import it (do not delete the folder afterwards).
  6. Click then on the extension icon (on the top right corner) and pin the new plugin (so you can see it all the time).

Firefox

  1. Download this repo as stable release listed above or newer changes via ZIP file from GitHub.
  2. Unzip the file and you should have a folder named vmware-sase-check-<version name here> when downloading a release or vmware-sase-check-main.
  3. Open Firefox
  4. Enter 'about:debugging' in the URL bar
  5. Click 'This Firefox'
  6. Click 'Load Temporary Add-on'
  7. Open the extension's directory and select manifest.json.

Edge

  1. Download this repo as stable release listed above or newer changes via ZIP file from GitHub.
  2. Unzip the file and you should have a folder named vmware-sase-check-<version name here> when downloading a release or vmware-sase-check-main.
  3. In Edge enable developer mode by going to 'about:flags' and check box 'Enable extension developer features'.
  4. Restart Edge.
  5. Click on Settings (icon with ...).
  6. Click on Extension.
  7. Use 'Load Extension' and select the whole folder.

Notes

  • Every time you open Chrome it may warn you about running extensions in developer mode, just click ✕ to keep the extension enabled.

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b feature/fooBar)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some fooBar')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin feature/fooBar)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

or

Leave a GitHub star on the top right.

Licence

MIT, see LICENSE


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