Yet another content discovery tool (1)

Crawpy – Yet Another Content Discovery Tool

Yet another content discovery tool written in python.

What makes this tool different than others:

  • It is written to work asynchronously which allows reaching to maximum limits. So it is very fast.
  • Calibration mode, applies filters on its own
  • Has bunch of flags that helps you fuzz in detail
  • Recursive scan mode for given status codes and with depth
  • Report generations, you can later go and check your results
  • Multiple url scans

An example run

Yet another content discovery tool (1)

An example run with auto calibration and recursive mode enabled

Yet another content discovery tool (2)

Example reports

Example reports can be found here

https://morph3sec.com/crawpy/example.html
https://morph3sec.com/crawpy/example.txt

Installation

git clone https://github.com/morph3/crawpy
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
or
python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt

Usage

Max retry -H HEADERS, –headers HEADERS Headers, you can set the flag multiple times.For example: -H “X-Forwarded-For: 127.0.0.1”, -H “Host: foobar” -o OUTPUT_FILE, –output OUTPUT_FILE Output folder -gr, –generate-report If you want crawpy to generate a report, default path is crawpy/reports/<url>.txt -l URL_LIST, –list URL_LIST Takes a list of urls as input and runs crawpy on via multiprocessing -l ./urls.txt -lt LIST_THREADS, –list-threads LIST_THREADS Number of threads for running crawpy parallely when running with list of urls -s, –silent Make crawpy not produce output -X HTTP_METHOD, –http-method HTTP_METHOD HTTP request method -p PROXY_SERVER, –proxy PROXY_SERVER Proxy server, ex: ‘http://127.0.0.1:8080’ “>

morph3 ➜ crawpy/ [main✗] λ python3 crawpy.py --help
usage: crawpy.py [-h] [-u URL] [-w WORDLIST] [-t THREADS] [-rc RECURSIVE_CODES] [-rp RECURSIVE_PATHS] [-rd RECURSIVE_DEPTH] [-e EXTENSIONS] [-to TIMEOUT] [-follow] [-ac] [-fc FILTER_CODE] [-fs FILTER_SIZE] [-fw FILTER_WORD] [-fl FILTER_LINE] [-k] [-m MAX_RETRY]
[-H HEADERS] [-o OUTPUT_FILE] [-gr] [-l URL_LIST] [-lt LIST_THREADS] [-s] [-X HTTP_METHOD] [-p PROXY_SERVER]

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-u URL, --url URL URL
-w WORDLIST, --wordlist WORDLIST
Wordlist
-t THREADS, --threads THREADS
Size of the semaphore pool
-rc RECURSIVE_CODES, --recursive-codes RECURSIVE_CODES
Recursive codes to scan recursively Example: 301,302,307
-rp RECURSIVE_PATHS, --recursive-paths RECURSIVE_PATHS
Recursive paths to scan recursively, please note that only given recursive paths will be scanned initially Example: admin,support,js,backup
-rd RECURSIVE_DEPTH, --recursive-depth RECURSIVE_DEPTH
Recursive scan depth Example: 2
-e EXTENSIONS, --extension EXTENSIONS
Add extensions at the end. Seperate them with comas Example: -x .php,.html,.txt
-to TIMEOUT, --timeout TIMEOUT
Timeouts, I suggest you to not use this option because it is procudes lots of erros now which I was not able to solve why
-follow, --follow-redirects
Follow redirects
-ac, --auto-calibrate
Automatically calibre filter stuff
-fc FILTER_CODE, --filter-code FILTER_CODE
Filter status code
-fs FILTER_SIZE, --filter-size FILTER_SIZE
Filter size
-fw FILTER_WORD, --filter-wo rd FILTER_WORD
Filter words
-fl FILTER_LINE, --filter-line FILTER_LINE
Filter line
-k, --ignore-ssl Ignore untrusted SSL certificate
-m MAX_RETRY, --max-retry MAX_RETRY
Max retry
-H HEADERS, --headers HEADERS
Headers, you can set the flag multiple times.For example: -H "X-Forwarded-For: 127.0.0.1", -H "Host: foobar"
-o OUTPUT_FILE, --output OUTPUT_FILE
Output folder
-gr, --generate-report
If you want crawpy to generate a report, default path is crawpy/reports/<url>.txt
-l URL_LIST, --list URL_LIST
Takes a list of urls as input and runs crawpy on via multiprocessing -l ./urls.txt
-lt LIST_THREADS, --list-threads LIST_THREADS
Number of threads for running crawpy parallely when running with list of urls
-s, --silent Make crawpy not produce output
-X HTTP_METHOD, --http-method HTTP_METHOD
HTTP request method
-p PROXY_SERVER, --proxy PROXY_SERVER
Proxy server, ex: 'http://127.0.0.1:8080'

Examples

python3 crawpy.py -u https://facebook.com/FUZZ -w ./common.txt  -k -ac  -e .php,.html
python3 crawpy.py -u https://google.com/FUZZ -w ./common.txt -k -fw 9,83 -r 301,302 -rd 2
python3 crawpy.py -u https://morph3sec.com/FUZZ -w ./common.txt -e .php,.html -t 20 -ac -k
python3 crawpy.py -u https://google.com/FUZZ -w ./common.txt -ac -gr
python3 crawpy.py -u https://google.com/FUZZ -w ./common.txt -ac -gr -o /tmp/test.txt
sudo python3 crawpy.py -l urls.txt -lt 20 -gr -w ./common.txt -t 20 -o custom_reports -k -ac -s
python3 crawpy.py -u https://google.com/FUZZ -w ./common.txt -ac -gr -rd 1 -rc 302,301 -rp admin,backup,support -k

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