HttpDoom – A Tool For Response-Based Inspection Of Websites Across A Large Amount Of Hosts For Quickly Gaining An Overview Of HTTP-based Attack Surface

Validate large HTTP-based attack surfaces in a very fast way. Heavily inspired by Aquatone. Why? When I utilize Aquatone to flyover some hosts, I have some performance issues by the screenshot feature, and the lack of extension capabilities – like validating front-end technologies with a plugin-like system -, also, my codebase is mainly C# andRead More

Sigurlx – A Web Application Attack Surface Mapping Tool

sigurlx a web application attack surface mapping tool, it does …: Categorize URLs URLs’ categories: > endpoint > js {js} > style {css} > data {json|xml|csv} > archive {zip|tar|tar.gz} > doc {pdf|xlsx|doc|docx|txt} > media {jpg|jpeg|png|ico|svg|gif|webp|mp3|mp4|woff|woff2|ttf|eot|tif|tiff} Next, probe HTTP requests to the URLs for status_code, content_type, e.t.c Next, for every URL of category endpoint with aRead More

ReconNote – Web Application Security Automation Framework Which Recons The Target For Various Assets To Maximize The Attack Surface For Security Professionals & Bug-Hunters

Web Application Security Recon Automation Framework It takes user input as a domain name and maximize the attack surface area by listing the assets of the domain like – Subdomains from – Amass ,findomain, subfinder & resolvable subdomains using shuffledns Screenshots Port Scan JS files Httpx Status codes of subdomains Dirsearch file/dir paths by fuzzingRead More

GWTMap – Tool to help map the attack surface of Google Web Toolkit

GWTMap is a tool to help map the attack surface of Google Web Toolkit (GWT) based applications. The purpose of this tool is to facilitate the extraction of any service method endpoints buried within a modern GWT application’s obfuscated client-side code, and attempt to generate example GWT-RPC requests payloads to interact with them. More informationRead More

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