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A security tool used by computer experts to check for vulnerabilities in applications, see WHISKER homepage. This project is no longer in active development. See Nessus for a similar tool.
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The goal of the Whisker Browser is to provide a simple and intuitive way to view the contents of multiple classes and multiple methods simultaneously, while using screen real estate efficiently and not requiring a lot of window moving/resizing.
Whisker has the concept of a "class pane", which tries to summarize *everything* that makes up a particular class, without hiding anything at a given time.
This is a Whisker screenshot which has a layout with the class categories and object hierarchy on the left, a column (stack) of classes in the middle, and a column of methods on the right.
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