O.G. AUTO-RECON - Enumerate A Target Based Off Of Nmap Results

O.G. AUTO-RECON – Enumerate A Target Based Off Of Nmap Results

Enumerate a target Based off of Nmap Results

Features

  • The purpose of O.G. Auto-Recon is to automate the initial information gathering phase and then enumerate based off those results as much as possible.
  • This tool is intended for CTF’s and can be fairly noisy. (Not the most stealth conscious tool…)
  • All tools in this project are compliant with the OSCP exam rules.
  • Command syntax can be easily modified in the Config settings. $variable names should remain unchanged.
  • If Virtual Host Routing is detected, O.G. Auto-Recon will add the host names to your /etc/hosts file and continue to enumerate the newly discovered host names.
  • DNS enumeration is nerfed to ignore .com .co .eu .uk domains etc… since this tool was designed for CTF’s like for instance, “hack the box”. It will try to find most .htb domains if dns server’s are detected..
  • This project use’s various stand-alone & custom tools to enumerate a target based off nmap results.
  • All Commands and output are logged to a Report folder using the naming context, “IP-ADDRESS-Report/” which will look something like, 10.10.10.10-Report/ with a directory tree structure similar to this report tree structure


INSTALLATION

cd /opt
git clone https://github.com/Knowledge-Wisdom-Understanding/recon.git
cd recon
chmod +x setup.sh
./setup.sh

Usage

         _____________          ____    ________________        /___/___              /  / |  /___/__                Mr.P-Millz   _____        O.G./  /   _   ______/__/  |______|__|_____ *   _________________/__/  |___         __/__/   /_    |  |     __/  _ |  |       __/ __ _/ ___/  _ |       |        |   |     ___    |  |  /|  | (  |_| )  |    |     ___/  __(  |_| )   |   |        |___|____/______|____/_|__|_____/|__|____|_  /___  |___  ____/|___|  /        gtihub.com/Knowledge-Wisdom-Understanding  ___/  __/  ___/ v3.6 ___/      usage: python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10    An Information Gathering and Enumeration Framework    optional arguments:    -h, --help            show this help message and exit    -t TARGET, --target TARGET                          Single IPv4 Target to Scan    -F, --FUZZ            auto fuzz found urls ending with .php for params    -v, --version         Show Current Version    -f FILE, --file FILE  File of IPv4 Targets to Scan    -w [WEB], --web [WEB]                          Get open ports for IPv4 address, then only Enumerate                          Web & and Dns Services. -t,--target must be specified.                          -w, --web takes a URL as an argument. i.e. python3                          recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -w secret    -i {http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} [{http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} ...], --ignore {http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} [{http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} ...]                          Service modules to ignore during scan.    -s {http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} [{http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} ...], --service {http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} [{http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} ...]                          Scan only specified service modules    -b {ftp,smb,http,ssh}, --brute {ftp,smb,http,ssh}                          Experimental! - Brute Force ssh,smb,ftp, or http. -t,                          --target is REQUIRED. Must supply only one protocol at                          a time. For ssh, first valid users will be enumerated                          before password brute is initiated, when no user or                          passwords are supplied as options.    -p PORT, --port PORT  port for brute forcing argument. If no port specified,                          default port will be used    -u USER, --user USER  Single user name for brute forcing, for SSH, if no                          user specified, will default to                          wordlists/usernames.txt and bruteforce usernames    -U USERS, --USERS USERS                          List of usernames to try for brute forcing. Not yet                          implimented    -P PASSWORDS, --PASSWORDS PASSWORDS                          List of passwords to try. Optional for SSH, By default                          wordlists/probable-v2-top1575.txt will be used.    

To scan a single target and enumerate based off of nmap results:


_____________ ____ ________________
/___/___ / / | /___/__ Mr.P-Millz _____
O.G./ / _ ______/__/ |______|__|_____ * _________________/__/ |___
__/__/ /_ | | __/ _ | | __/ __ _/ ___/ _ | |
| | ___ | | /| | ( |_| ) | | ___/ __( |_| ) | |
|___|____/______|____/_|__|_____/|__|____|_ /___ |___ ____/|___| /
gtihub.com/Knowledge-Wisdom-Understanding ___/ __/ ___/ v3.6 ___/


usage: python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10

An Information Gathering and Enumeration Framework

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-t TARGET, --target TARGET
Single IPv4 Target to Scan
-F, --FUZZ auto fuzz found urls ending with .php for params
-v, --version Sh ow Current Version
-f FILE, --file FILE File of IPv4 Targets to Scan
-w [WEB], --web [WEB]
Get open ports for IPv4 address, then only Enumerate
Web & and Dns Services. -t,--target must be specified.
-w, --web takes a URL as an argument. i.e. python3
recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -w secret
-i {http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} [{http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} ...], --ignore {http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} [{http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle, source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} ...]
Service modules to ignore during scan.
-s {http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} [{http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} ...], --service {http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} [{http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,removecolor,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm} ...]
Scan only specified service modules
-b {ftp,smb,http,ssh}, --brute {ftp,smb,http,ssh}
Experimental! - Brute Force ssh,smb,ftp, or http. -t,
--target is REQUIRED. Must supply only one protocol at
a time. For ssh, first valid users will be enumerated
before password brute is initiated, when no user or
passwords are supplied as options.
-p PORT, --port PORT port for brute forcing argument. If no port specified,
default port will be used
-u USER, --user USER Single user name for brute forcing, for SSH, if no
user specified, will default to
wordlists/usernames.txt and bruteforce usernames
-U USERS, --USERS USERS
List of usernames to try for brute forcing. Not yet
implimented
-P PASSWORDS, --PASSWORDS PASSWORDS
List of passwords to try. Optional for SSH, By defaul t
wordlists/probable-v2-top1575.txt will be used.

To Enumerate Web with larger wordlists

  • If you don’t want to specify a directory , you can just enter ‘ ‘ as the argument for –web
python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10

Typically, on your first run, you should only specify the -t –target option (python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10) Before you can use the -s –service option to specify specific modules, you must have already ran the topports module. For instance, if you really wanted to skip all other modules on your first run, and only scan the web after topports, you could do something like,

python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -w secret
python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -w somedirectory
python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -w ' '

Or skip web enumeration all together but scan everything else.

python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -s topports dns http httpcms ssl sslcms sort_urls aquatone source

The remaining services module is also dependent on the topports and or fulltcp module. Now you can skip doing a fulltcp scan if the target is slow. However, be advised, The UDP nmap scan is bundled with the fulltcp module currently, so skipping fulltcp module will result in missing some udp enumeration.
To Scan + Enumerate all IPv4 addr’s in ips.txt file

python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -i dns http httpcms ssl sslcms sort_urls aquatone source

To Fuzz all found php urls for parameters, you can use the -F –FUZZ flag with no argument.

python3 recon.py -f ips.txt

Brute force ssh users on default port 22 If unique valid users found, brute force passwords

python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 --FUZZ

Same as above but for ssh on port 2222 etc…

python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -b ssh

To ignore certain services from being scanned you can specify the -i , –ignore flag.
When specifying multiple services to ignore, services MUST be space delimited. Only ignore topports if you have already ran this module as most other modules are dependent on nmap’s initial top ports output. All the available modules are as follows:

http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm  
python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -b ssh -p 2222
python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -b ssh -p 2222 -u slickrick

You can also specify services that you wish to only scan, similar to the –ignore option, the -s, –service option will only scan the service specified. Please note that before you can use the -s, –service option, You must have already ran the topports nmap scan as most modules are dependent on nmap’s output.

http,httpcms,ssl,sslcms,aquatone,smb,dns,ldap,oracle,source,sort_urls,proxy,proxycms,fulltcp,topports,remaining,searchsploit,peaceout,ftpAnonDL,winrm
python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -i http
python3 recon.py -t 10.10.10.10 -i http ssl
python3 recon.py --target 10.10.10.10 --ignore fulltcp http

Important

  • MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE Config file for all your customization needs Enumerate a target Based off of Nmap Results (3)
  • All required non-default kali linux dependencies are included in setup.sh.

Demo

This program is intended to be used in kali linux. If you notice a bug or have a feature request. Please create an issue or submit a pull request. Thanks!

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