wmap is a Chrome extension by thehackerblog.com. This extension has 1,154 weekly active users, an average user rating of 3.50, and was removed from Chrome Web Store 2 years ago. The latest version, 1.0.1, was updated 8 years ago.
wmap is a mass web screenshot tool for mapping out large web networks. Feed it a list of URL(s) and/or Nmap scan data and it will generate you a screenshot report of those web services.
Created to allow people to get a visual "map" of their web infrastructure.
wmap requires a number of risky permissions that can potentially harm your browser
and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review
carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install
if you trust the publisher.
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malicious, they can be very harmful.
wmap may not be trust-worthy. Avoid installing if possible unless you really trust
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