Submitted by alla on 18 January, 2011 - 10:23
Sébastien Damaye of aldeid.com has reported a bug in MagicTree data import from Nessus XML version 2. Build 1381 includes a corrected XSLT for Nessus XML version 2 and fixes this problem. Thanks to Sébastien for reporting it. The downloads page is updated to point to build 1381.
Submitted by alla on 4 January, 2011 - 18:06
Here we go with the first public release of MagicTree, unimaginatively called Beta Two. MagicTree is a penetration tester productivity tool, it allows easy and straightforward data consolidation, querying, external command execution, and (yeah!) report generation. In case you wonder, “Tree” is because its stores all the data in a tree, and “Magic” because it is designed to magically do the most cumbersome and boring part of penetration testing – data management and reporting. See What is MagicTree for more details.
Submitted by alla on 22 September, 2010 - 16:55
Well, MagicTree is written in Java, so in theory we shouldn't need to port anywhere. But, as they say, "In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are not." Actually most things worked without any porting, which is a good thing. Still, a few things had to be done.
To get more Mac OS-like look and feel we had to make MagicTree show the menu bar on top of the screen, rather than in the main frame, respond to application menu items, such as "About" and "Quit" (and remove those menu items from File and Help respectively) and to get the application icon look pretty.
Submitted by alla on 26 June, 2010 - 14:26
They don't have <dance> or <jump-up-and-down-excitedly> tags in HTML or I'd use those too.
Submitted by alla on 22 March, 2010 - 12:45
We are very sorry to say that we have to delay Beta One release of MagicTree. It was planned for the beginning of April, but due to unexpectedly high consulting workload we will have to delay it at least until the beginning of May.
There is just one major feature that is missing for the Beta. It is Microsoft Word reporting. We have reporting in OpenOffice format, but MS Word still needs to be implemented.
Submitted by alla on 11 February, 2010 - 18:54
Components for Java Swing
Most modern user interfaces remember user input and provide autocomplete function. When you start typing a URL in a browser location bar, you get a list of URLs matching the pattern you have typed.
We wanted similar functionality for MagicTree. Whenever user has to type something, whether it is a command line, an XPath expression or a search term, we wanted the application to remember the previous input and provide autocompletion. Now we have that: