Go to the contributor’s wiki. All the rules are present there :P
The following is a self made reminder post XD
Let me go through this post in a Q&A format so that you can craft up your own solutions if you like.
</br> ###OWTF is supposed to be run on Kali
Problem :- But kali is not regularly used as a main distro. Kali is generally used inside a VM. So install an editor inside kali bla bla bla…
My Solution :- Use shared folders in your virtualization software. I use VirtualBox, in which guest additions are supposed to be installed to use shared folders. Enable bi-directional clipboard as well. So you can now edit your code in your HOST OS.
Problem :- Still painful to switch between guest and host for editing and running code???
My Solution :- Start the ssh server in kali, and connect to it. As owtf is a command line utility you shouln’t have a problem.
NOTE: Donot forget to run owtf inside your shared directories so that you can view the report in your Host OS itself (Iceweasel sux).
</br> ###Debugging in OWTF
Problem :- OWTF has two important logs, how to open them simultaneously each time you run OWTF?
My Solution :- Use an intelligent terminal like urxvt which lets you click on file links and execute a particual command(i.e open those files in a new tab)
Problem :- How the hell do you expect me to switch between these logs??
My Solution :- Use a tiling window manager (or) atleast use a terminal emulator which can be split (terminator):P
Problem :- OWTF is not exiting cleanly i.e lots of zombie processes XD
My Solution :- Keep this in your .bashrc