Record Events to Create Scripts

In addition to the ability to perform analysis on individual pages, FireEyes has the ability to perform automatic analysis of interactions through the use of scripting. In its simplest form, scripts can be recorded which consist just of following through multiple links on a website. The real power in this feature however, resides in its ability to perform analysis of interactions which require user input. Some examples include logging in to a system, searching a website, or interacting with a shopping cart and making purchases in a web store.

Scripts can be saved, shared with team members, and reused for regression testing. Scripts created in FireEyes can also be used in WorldSpace Enterprise Edition to augment its spidering capabilities to analyze websites that require user interaction to fully test.

Checking the Record checkbox allows you to record a script for a series of actions, including ones that require user interaction or input, which can then be replayed and analyzed.

Learn more about creating and using scripts.

The Record checkbox on the FireEyes Current Document tab