1.1.1 Configure your browser to use your favorite integrated proxy/spidering tool. Both Burp and WebScarab can be used to passively spider the site by monitoring and parsing web content processed by the proxy.
1.1.2 If you find it useful, configure your browser to use an extension such as IEWatch to monitor and analyze the HTTP and HTML content being processed by the browser.
1.1.4 If the application uses authentication, and you have or can create a login account, use this to access the protected functionality.
1.1.5 As you browse, monitor the requests and responses passing through your intercepting proxy to gain an understanding of the kinds of data being submitted and the ways in which the client is used to control the behavior of the server-side application.
1.1.6 Review the site map generated by the passive spidering, and identify any content or functionality that you have not walked ...