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Friday, July 20, 2018

CloudFrunt - A Tool For Identifying Misconfigured CloudFront Domains

CloudFrunt is a tool for identifying misconfigured CloudFront domains.

CloudFront is a Content Delivery Network (CDN) provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). CloudFront users create "distributions" that serve content from specific sources (an S3 bucket, for example).
Each CloudFront distribution has a unique endpoint for users to point their DNS records to (ex. All of the domains using a specific distribution need to be listed in the "Alternate Domain Names (CNAMEs)" field in the options for that distribution.
When a CloudFront endpoint receives a request, it does NOT automatically serve content from the corresponding distribution. Instead, CloudFront uses the HOST header of the request to determine which distribution to use. This means two things:

  1. If the HOST header does not match an entry in the "Alternate Domain Names (CNAMEs)" field of the intended distribution, the request will fail.
  2. Any other distribution that contains the specific domain in the HOST header will receive the request and respond to it normally.
This is what allows the domains to be hijacked. There are many cases where a CloudFront user fails to list all the necessary domains that might be received in the HOST header. For example:
  • The domain "" is a CNAME record that points to "".
  • The "" domain is set up to use a CloudFront distribution.
  • Because "" was not added to the "Alternate Domain Names (CNAMEs)" field for the distribution, requests to "" will fail.
  • Another user can create a CloudFront distribution and add "" to the "Alternate Domain Names (CNAMEs)" field to hijack the domain.
This means that the unique endpoint that CloudFront binds to a single distribution is effectively meaningless. A request to one specific CloudFront subdomain is not limited to the distribution it is associated with.

$ pip install boto3
$ pip install netaddr
$ pip install dnspython
$ git clone
$ cd cloudfrunt
$ git clone
CloudFrunt expects the dnsrecon script to be cloned into a subdirectory called dnsrecon.

Usage [-h] [-l TARGET_FILE] [-d DOMAINS] [-o ORIGIN] [-i ORIGIN_ID] [-s] [-N]

-h, --help                      Show this message and exit
-s, --save                      Save the results to results.txt
-N, --no-dns                    Do not use dnsrecon to expand scope
-l, --target-file TARGET_FILE   File containing a list of domains (one per line)
-d, --domains DOMAINS           Comma-separated list of domains to scan
-o, --origin ORIGIN             Add vulnerable domains to new distributions with this origin
-i, --origin-id ORIGIN_ID       The origin ID to use with new distributions

$ python -o -i S3-cloudfrunt -l list.txt

 CloudFrunt v1.0.3

 [+] Enumerating DNS entries for
 [-] No issues found for

 [+] Enumerating DNS entries for
 [+] Found CloudFront domain -->
 [+] Found CloudFront domain -->
 [-] Potentially misconfigured CloudFront domains:
 [#] -->
 [+] Created new CloudFront distribution EXBC12DE3F45G
 [+] Added to CloudFront distribution EXBC12DE3F45G


goGetBucket - A Penetration Testing Tool To Enumerate And Analyse Amazon S3 Buckets Owned By A Domain

When performing a recon on a domain - understanding assets they own is very important. AWS S3 bucket permissions have been confused time and time again, and have allowed for the exposure of sensitive material.

What this tool does, is enumerate S3 bucket names using common patterns I have identified during my time bug hunting and pentesting. Permutations are supported on a root domain name using a custom wordlist. I highly recommend the one packaged within AltDNS.

The following information about every bucket found to exist will be returned:
  • List Permission
  • Write Permission
  • Region the Bucket exists in
  • If the bucket has all access disabled

go get -u

goGetBucket -m ~/tools/altdns/words.txt -d <domain> -o <output> -i <wordlist>
Usage of ./goGetBucket:
  -d string
        Supplied domain name (used with mutation flag)
  -f string
        Path to a testfile (default "/tmp/test.file")
  -i string
        Path to input wordlist to enumerate
  -k string
        Keyword list (used with mutation flag)
  -m string
        Path to mutation wordlist (requires domain flag)
  -o string
        Path to output file to store log
  -t int
        Number of concurrent threads (default 100)
Throughout my use of the tool, I have produced the best results when I feed in a list (-i) of subdomains for a root domain I am interested in. E.G:
The test file (-f) is a file that the script will attempt to store in the bucket to test write permissions. So maybe store your contact information and a warning message if this is performed during a bounty?
The keyword list (-k) is concatenated with the root domain name (-d) and the domain without the TLD to permutate using the supplied permuation wordlist (-m).
Be sure not to increase the threads too high (-t) - as the AWS has API rate limiting that will kick in and start giving an undesired return code.


Sunday, July 8, 2018

JoomlaScan - Tool To Find The Components Installed In Joomla CMS, Built Out Of The Ashes Of Joomscan

A free and open source software to find the components installed in Joomla CMS, built out of the ashes of Joomscan.

  • Scanning the Joomla CMS sites in search of components/extensions (database of more than 600 components);
  • Locate the browsable folders of component (Index of ...);
  • Locate the components disabled or protected
  • Locate each file useful to identify the version of a components (Readme, Manifest, License, Changelog)
  • Locate the robots.txt file or error_log file
  • Supports HTTP or HTTPS connections
  • Connection timeout

Next Features
  • Locate the version of Joomla CMS
  • Find Module
  • Customized User Agent and Random Agent
  • The user can change the connection timeout
  • A database of vulnerable components

usage: python [-h] [-u URL] [-t THREADS] [-v]
optional arguments:
-h, --help              show this help message and exit

-u URL, --url URL       The Joomla URL/domain to scan.
-t THREADS, --threads   THREADS
                        The number of threads to use when multi-threading
                        requests (default: 10).
-v, --version           show program's version number and exit

  • Python
  • beautifulsoup4 (To install this library from terminal type: $ sudo easy_install beautifulsoup4 or $ sudo pip install beautifulsoup4)

  • 2016.12.12 0.5beta > Implementation of the Multi Thread, Updated database from 656 to 686 components, Fix Cosmetics and Minor Fix.
  • 2016.05.20 0.4beta > Find, Find Manifes.xml, Find Index file of Components (Only if descriptive), User Agent and TimeOut on Python Request, Updated database from 587 to 656 components, Fix Cosmetics and Minor Fix.
  • 2016.03.18 0.3beta > Find index file on components directory
  • 2016.03.14 0.2beta > Find administrator components and file Readme, Changelog, License.
  • 2016.02.12 0.1beta > Initial release


Security Onion - Linux Distro For IDS, NSM, And Log Management

Security Onion is a free and open source Linux distribution for intrusion detection, enterprise security monitoring, and log management. It includes Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana, Snort, Suricata, Bro, OSSEC, Sguil, Squert, NetworkMiner, and many other security tools. The easy-to-use Setup wizard allows you to build an army of distributed sensors for your enterprise in minutes!

Security-onion project
This repo contains the ISO image, Wiki, and Roadmap for Security Onion.

Looking for documentation?
Please proceed to the Wiki.



Diggy - Extract Enpoints From APK Files

Diggy can extract endpoints/URLs from apk files. It saves the result into a txt file for further processing.

  • apktool

./ /path/to/apk/file.apk
You can also install it for easier access by running
After that, you will be able to run Diggy as follows:
diggy /path/to/apk/file.apk


SubOver - A Powerful Subdomain Takeover Tool

Subover is a Hostile Subdomain Takeover tool designed in Python. From start, it has been aimed with speed and efficiency in mind. Till date, SubOver detects 36 services which is much more than any other tool out there. The tool is multithreaded and hence delivers good speed. It can easily detect and report potential subdomain takeovers that exist. The list of potentially hijackable services is very comprehensive and it is what makes this tool so powerful.

You need to have Python 2.7 installed on your machine. The following additional requirements are required -
  • dnspython
  • colorama
git clone .
cd SubOver
# consider installing virtualenv
pip install -r requirements.txt
python -h

python -l subdomains.txt -o output_takeovers.txt
  • -l subdomains.txt is the list of target subdomains. These can be discovered using various tool such as sublist3r or others.
  • -o output_takeovers.txtis the name of the output file. (Optional & Currently not very well formatted)
  • -t 20 is the default number of threads that SubOver will use. (Optional)
  • -V is the switch for showing verbose output. (Optional, Default=False)

Currently Checked Services
  • Github
  • Heroku
  • Unbounce
  • Tumblr
  • Shopify
  • Instapage
  • Desk
  • Tictail
  • Campaignmonitor
  • Cargocollective
  • Statuspage
  • Amazonaws
  • Cloudfront
  • Bitbucket
  • Squarespace
  • Smartling
  • Acquia
  • Fastly
  • Pantheon
  • Zendesk
  • Uservoice
  • WPEngine
  • Ghost
  • Freshdesk
  • Pingdom
  • Tilda
  • Wordpress
  • Teamwork
  • Helpjuice
  • Helpscout
  • Cargo
  • Feedpress
  • Freshdesk
  • Surge
  • Surveygizmo
  • Mashery
Count : 36

Q: What should my wordlist look like?
A: Your wordlist should include a list of subdomains you're checking and should look something like:

Your tool sucks!
Yes, you're probably correct. Feel free to:
  • Not use it.
  • Show me how to do it better.

Twitter: @Ice3man543



iCloudBrutter - AppleID Bruteforce

iCloudBrutter is a simple python (3.x) script to perform basic bruteforce attack againts AppleID.

Usage of iCloudBrutter for attacking targets without prior mutual consent is illegal. iCloudBrutter developer not responsible to any damage caused by iCloudBrutter.

$ git clone
$ cd iCloudBrutter
$ pip3 install requests,urllib3,socks
$ python3


CLOUDKiLL3R - Bypasses Cloudflare Protection Service Via TOR Browser

CLOUDKiLL3R bypasses Cloudflare protection service via TOR Browser !

CLOUDKiLL3R Requirements :
  • TOR Browser to scan as many sites as you want :)
  • Python Compiler

CLOUDKiLL3R Installation ?
Make sure that TOR Browser is up and running while working with CLOUDKiLL3R .
Make sure that the IP AND PORT are the same in TOR Browser preferences > advanced > Networks
Include the files below in one folder :
  • FILTER.txt
Make Sure The Modules Below Are Installed If NOT > use this command to install one : pip install [module name]
  • argparse
  • socks
  • socket
  • requests
  • sys

Contact :


Wednesday, July 4, 2018

WPSeku v0.4 - Wordpress Security Scanner

WPSeku is a black box WordPress vulnerability scanner that can be used to scan remote WordPress installations to find security issues.

$ git clone wpseku
$ cd wpseku
$ pip3 install -r requirements.txt
$ python3


Generic Scan
python3 --url --verbose

  • Output
 _ _ _ ___ ___ ___| |_ _ _ 
| | | | . |_ -| -_| '_| | |
|_____|  _|___|___|_,_|___|
      |_|             v0.4.0

WPSeku - Wordpress Security Scanner
by Momo Outaadi (m4ll0k)

[ + ] Target:
[ + ] Starting: 02:38:51

[ + ] Server: Apache
[ + ] Uncommon header "X-Pingback" found, with contents:
[ i ] Checking Full Path Disclosure...
[ + ] Full Path Disclosure: /home/ehc/public_html/wp-includes/rss-functions.php
[ i ] Checking wp-config backup file...
[ + ] wp-config.php available at:
[ i ] Checking common files...
[ + ] robots.txt file was found at:
[ + ] xmlrpc.php file was found at:
[ + ] readme.html file was found at:
[ i ] Checking directory listing...
[ + ] Dir "/wp-admin/css" listing enable at:
[ + ] Dir "/wp-admin/images" listing enable at:
[ + ] Dir "/wp-admin/includes" listing enable at:
[ + ] Dir "/wp-admin/js" listing enable at:

Bruteforce Login
python3 --url --brute --user test --wordlist wl.txt --verbose

  • Output
 _ _ _ ___ ___ ___| |_ _ _ 
| | | | . |_ -| -_| '_| | |
|_____|  _|___|___|_,_|___|
      |_|             v0.4.0

WPSeku - Wordpress Security Scanner
by Momo Outaadi (m4ll0k)

[ + ] Target:
[ + ] Starting: 02:46:32

[ + ] Bruteforcing Login via XML-RPC...
[ i ] Setting user: test
[ + ] Valid Credentials: 

| Username | Passowrd       |
| test     | kamperasqen13  |

Scan plugin,theme and wordpress code
python3 --scan <dir/file> --verbose

Note: Testing Akismet Directory Plugin
  • Output
 _ _ _ ___ ___ ___| |_ _ _ 
| | | | . |_ -| -_| '_| | |
|_____|  _|___|___|_,_|___|
      |_|             v0.4.0

WPSeku - Wordpress Security Scanner
by Momo Outaadi (m4ll0k)

[ + ] Checking PHP code...
[ + ] Scanning directory...
[ i ] Scanning trunk/class.akismet.php file
| Line | Possibile Vuln.      | String                                                                   |
|  597 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['action']", b"$_GET['action']"]                                 |
|  601 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['for']", b"$_GET['for']"]                                       |
|  140 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['akismet_comment_nonce']", b"$_POST['akismet_comment_nonce']"] |
|  144 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['_ajax_nonce-replyto-comment']"]                               |
|  586 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['status']", b"$_POST['status']"]                               |
|  588 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['spam']", b"$_POST['spam']"]                                   |
|  590 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['unspam']", b"$_POST['unspam']"]                               |
|  592 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['comment_status']", b"$_POST['comment_status']"]               |
|  599 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['action']", b"$_POST['action']"]                               |
|  214 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']", b"$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']"]               |
|  403 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_SERVER['REQUEST_TIME_FLOAT']", b"$_SERVER['REQUEST_TIME_FLOAT']"]   |
|  861 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']", b"$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']"]                 |
|  930 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']", b"$_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']"]         |
|  934 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']", b"$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']"]               |
| 1349 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']"]                                             |
[ i ] Scanning trunk/wrapper.php file
[ + ] Not found vulnerabilities
[ i ] Scanning trunk/akismet.php file
| Line | Possibile Vuln.    | String          |
|   55 | Authorization Hole | [b'is_admin()'] |
[ i ] Scanning trunk/class.akismet-cli.php file
[ + ] Not found vulnerabilities
[ i ] Scanning trunk/class.akismet-widget.php file
[ + ] Not found vulnerabilities
[ i ] Scanning trunk/index.php file
[ + ] Not found vulnerabilities
[ i ] Scanning trunk/class.akismet-admin.php file
| Line | Possibile Vuln.      | String                                                                             |
|   39 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['page']", b"$_GET['page']"]                                               |
|  134 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['akismet_recheck']", b"$_GET['akismet_recheck']"]                         |
|  152 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['view']", b"$_GET['view']"]                                               |
|  190 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['view']", b"$_GET['view']"]                                               |
|  388 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['recheckqueue']"]                                                         |
|  841 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['view']", b"$_GET['view']"]                                               |
|  843 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['view']", b"$_GET['view']"]                                               |
|  850 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['action']"]                                                               |
|  851 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['action']"]                                                               |
|  852 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['_wpnonce']", b"$_GET['_wpnonce']"]                                       |
|  868 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['token']", b"$_GET['token']"]                                             |
|  869 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['token']"]                                                                |
|  873 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['action']"]                                                               |
|  874 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['action']"]                                                               |
| 1005 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['akismet_recheck_complete']"]                                             |
| 1006 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['recheck_count']"]                                                        |
| 1007 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_GET['spam_count']"]                                                           |
|   31 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['action']", b"$_POST['action']"]                                         |
|  256 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['_wpnonce']"]                                                            |
|  260 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b'$_POST[$option]', b'$_POST[$option]']                                           |
|  267 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['key']"]                                                                 |
|  392 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['offset']", b"$_POST['offset']", b"$_POST['limit']", b"$_POST['limit']"] |
|  447 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['id']"]                                                                  |
|  448 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['id']"]                                                                  |
|  460 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['id']", b"$_POST['url']"]                                                |
|  461 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['id']"]                                                                  |
|  464 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_POST['url']"]                                                                 |
|  388 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_REQUEST['action']", b"$_REQUEST['action']"]                                   |
|  400 | Cross-Site Scripting | [b"$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']", b"$_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']"]                         |
[ i ] Scanning trunk/class.akismet-rest-api.php file
[ + ] Not found vulnerabilities

Credits and Contributors
Original idea and script from WPScan Team (
WPScan Vulnerability Database (


Nmap 7.70 - Free Security Scanner: Better service and OS detection, 9 new NSE scripts, new Npcap, and much more

Nmap ("Network Mapper") is a free and open source utility for network discovery and security auditing. Many systems and network administrators also find it useful for tasks such as network inventory, managing service upgrade schedules, and monitoring host or service uptime. Nmap uses raw IP packets in novel ways to determine what hosts are available on the network, what services (application name and version) those hosts are offering, what operating systems (and OS versions) they are running, what type of packet filters/firewalls are in use, and dozens of other characteristics. It was designed to rapidly scan large networks, but works fine against single hosts. Nmap runs on all major computer operating systems, and official binary packages are available for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X. In addition to the classic command-line Nmap executable, the Nmap suite includes an advanced GUI and results viewer (Zenmap), a flexible data transfer, redirection, and debugging tool (Ncat), a utility for comparing scan results (Ndiff), and a packet generation and response analysis tool (Nping).

Nmap was named “Security Product of the Year” by Linux Journal, Info World, LinuxQuestions.Org, and Codetalker Digest. It was even featured in twelve movies, including The Matrix ReloadedDie Hard 4Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, and The Bourne Ultimatum.

  • Flexible: Supports dozens of advanced techniques for mapping out networks filled with IP filters, firewalls, routers, and other obstacles. This includes many port scanning mechanisms (both TCP & UDP), OS detectionversion detection, ping sweeps, and more. See the documentation page.
  • Powerful: Nmap has been used to scan huge networks of literally hundreds of thousands of machines.
  • Portable: Most operating systems are supported, including LinuxMicrosoft WindowsFreeBSDOpenBSDSolarisIRIXMac OS XHP-UXNetBSDSun OSAmiga, and more.
  • Easy: While Nmap offers a rich set of advanced features for power users, you can start out as simply as "nmap -v -A targethost". Both traditional command line and graphical (GUI) versions are available to suit your preference. Binaries are available for those who do not wish to compile Nmap from source.
  • Free: The primary goals of the Nmap Project is to help make the Internet a little more secure and to provide administrators/auditors/hackers with an advanced tool for exploring their networks. Nmap is available for free download, and also comes with full source code that you may modify and redistribute under the terms of the license.
  • Well Documented: Significant effort has been put into comprehensive and up-to-date man pages, whitepapers, tutorials, and even a whole book! Find them in multiple languages here.
  • Supported: While Nmap comes with no warranty, it is well supported by a vibrant community of developers and users. Most of this interaction occurs on the Nmap mailing lists. Most bug reports and questions should be sent to the nmap-dev list, but only after you read the guidelines. We recommend that all users subscribe to the low-traffic nmap-hackers announcement list. You can also find Nmap on Facebook and Twitter. For real-time chat, join the #nmap channel on Freenode or EFNet.
  • Acclaimed: Nmap has won numerous awards, including "Information Security Product of the Year" by Linux Journal, Info World and Codetalker Digest. It has been featured in hundreds of magazine articles, several movies, dozens of books, and one comic book series. Visit the press page for further details.
  • Popular: Thousands of people download Nmap every day, and it is included with many operating systems (Redhat Linux, Debian Linux, Gentoo, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, etc). It is among the top ten (out of 30,000) programs at the Freshmeat.Net repository. This is important because it lends Nmap its vibrant development and user support communities.


Here is the full list of significant changes:

• [Windows] We made a ton of improvements to our Npcap Windows packet
capturing library ( for greater performance and
stability, as well as smoother installer and better 802.11 raw frame
capturing support. Nmap 7.70 updates the bundled Npcap from version 0.93 to
0.99-r2, including all these changes from the last seven Npcap releases:

• Integrated all of your service/version detection fingerprints submitted
from March 2017 to August 2017 (728 of them). The signature count went up
1.02% to 11,672, including 26 new softmatches.  We now detect 1224
protocols from filenet-pch, lscp, and netassistant to sharp-remote,
urbackup, and watchguard.  We will try to integrate the remaining
submissions in the next release.

• Integrated all of your IPv4 OS fingerprint submissions from September
2016 to August 2017 (667 of them). Added 298 fingerprints, bringing the new
total to 5,652. Additions include iOS 11, macOS Sierra, Linux 4.14, Android
7, and more.

• Integrated all 33 of your IPv6 OS fingerprint submissions from September
2016 to August 2017. New groups for OpenBSD 6.0 and FreeBSD 11.0 were
added, as well as strengthened groups for Linux and OS X.

• Added the --resolve-all option to resolve and scan all IP addresses of a
host.  This essentially replaces the resolveall NSE script. [Daniel Miller]

• [NSE][SECURITY] Nmap developer nnposter found a security flaw (directory
traversal vulnerability) in the way the non-default http-fetch script
sanitized URLs. If a user manualy ran this NSE script against a malicious
web server, the server could potentially (depending on NSE arguments used)
cause files to be saved outside the intended destination directory.
Existing files couldn't be overwritten.  We fixed http-fetch, audited our
other scripts to ensure they didn't make this mistake, and updated the
httpspider library API to protect against this by default. [nnposter,
Daniel Miller]

• [NSE] Added 9 NSE scripts, from 8 authors, bringing the total up to 588!
They are all listed at, and the summaries are

   - deluge-rpc-brute performs brute-force credential testing against
   Deluge BitTorrent RPC services, using the new zlib library. [Claudiu Perta]
   - hostmap-crtsh lists subdomains by querying Google's Certificate
   Transparency logs. [Paulino Calderon]
   - [GH#892] http-bigip-cookie decodes unencrypted F5 BIG-IP cookies and
   reports back the IP address and port of the actual server behind the
   load-balancer. [Seth Jackson]
   - http-jsonp-detection Attempts to discover JSONP endpoints in web
   servers. JSONP endpoints can be used to bypass Same-origin Policy
   restrictions in web browsers. [Vinamra Bhatia]
   - http-trane-info obtains information from Trane Tracer SC controllers
   and connected HVAC devices. [Pedro Joaquin]
   - [GH#609] nbd-info uses the new nbd.lua library to query Network Block
   Devices for protocol and file export information. [Mak Kolybabi]
   - rsa-vuln-roca checks for RSA keys generated by Infineon TPMs
   vulnerable to Return Of Coppersmith Attack (ROCA) (CVE-2017-15361). Checks
   SSH and TLS services. [Daniel Miller]
   - [GH#987] smb-enum-services retrieves the list of services running on a
   remote Windows machine. Modern Windows systems requires a privileged domain
   account in order to list the services. [Rewanth Cool]
   - tls-alpn checks TLS servers for Application Layer Protocol Negotiation
   (ALPN) support and reports supported protocols. ALPN largely replaces NPN,
   which tls-nextprotoneg was written for. [Daniel Miller]

• [GH#978] Fixed Nsock on Windows giving errors when selecting on STDIN.
This was causing Ncat 7.60 in connect mode to quit with error: libnsock
select_loop(): nsock_loop error 10038: An operation was attempted on
something that is not a socket.  [nnposter]

• [Ncat][GH#197][GH#1049] Fix --ssl connections from dropping on
renegotiation, the same issue that was partially fixed for server mode in
[GH#773]. Reported on Windows with -e by pkreuzt and vinod272. [Daniel

• [NSE][GH#1062][GH#1149] Some changes to brute.lua to better handle
misbehaving or rate-limiting services. Most significantly,
brute.killstagnated now defaults to true. Thanks to xp3s and Adamtimtim for
reporing infinite loops and proposing changes.

• [NSE] VNC scripts now support Apple Remote Desktop authentication (auth
type 30) [Daniel Miller]

• [NSE][GH#1111] Fix a script crash in ftp.lua when PASV connection timed
out. [Aniket Pandey]

• [NSE][GH#1114] Update bitcoin-getaddr to receive more than one response
message, since the first message usually only has one address in it. [h43z]

• [Ncat][GH#1139] Ncat now selects the correct default port for a given
proxy type. [Pavel Zhukov]

• [NSE] memcached-info can now gather information from the UDP memcached
service in addition to the TCP service. The UDP service is frequently used
as a DDoS reflector and amplifier. [Daniel Miller]

• [NSE][GH#1129] Changed url.absolute() behavior with respect to dot and
dot-dot path segments to comply with RFC 3986, section 5.2. [nnposter]

• Removed deprecated and undocumented aliases for several long options that
used underscores instead of hyphens, such as --max_retries. [Daniel Miller]

• Improved service scan's treatment of soft matches in two ways. First of
all, any probes that could result in a full match with the soft matched
service will now be sent, regardless of rarity.  This improves the chances
of matching unusual services on non-standard ports.  Second, probes are now
skipped if they don't contain any signatures for the soft matched service.
Perviously the probes would still be run as long as the target port number
matched the probe's specification.  Together, these changes should make
service/version detection faster and more accurate.  For more details on
how it works, see [Daniel Miller]

• --version-all now turns off the soft match optimization, ensuring that
all probes really are sent, even if there aren't any existing match lines
for the softmatched service. This is slower, but gives the most
comprehensive results and produces better fingerprints for submission.
[Daniel Miller]

• [NSE][GH#1083] New set of Telnet softmatches for version detection based
on Telnet DO/DON'T options offered, covering a wide variety of devices and
operating systems. [D Roberson]

• [GH#1112] Resolved crash opportunities caused by unexpected libpcap
version string format. [Gisle Vanem, nnposter]

• [NSE][GH#1090] Fix false positives in rexec-brute by checking responses
for indications of login failure. [Daniel Miller]

• [NSE][GH#1099] Fix http-fetch to keep downloaded files in separate
destination directories. [Aniket Pandey]

• [NSE] Added new fingerprints to http-default-accounts:
+ Hikvision DS-XXX Network Camera and NUOO DVR [Paulino Calderon]
+ [GH#1074] ActiveMQ, Purestorage, and Axis Network Cameras [Rob
Fitzpatrick, Paulino Calderon]

• Added a new service detection match for WatchGuard Authentication
Gateway. [Paulino Calderon]

• [NSE][GH#1038][GH#1037] Script qscan was not observing interpacket delays
(parameter qscan.delay). [nnposter]

• [NSE][GH#1046] Script http-headers now fails properly if the target does
not return a valid HTTP response. [spacewander]

• [Ncat][Nsock][GH#972] Remove RC4 from the list of TLS ciphers used by
default, in accordance with RFC 7465. [Codarren Velvindron]

• [NSE][GH#1022] Fix a false positive condition in ipmi-cipher-zero caused
by not checking the error code in responses. Implementations which return
an error are not vulnerable. [Juho Jokelainen]

• [NSE][GH#958] Two new libraries for NSE.

   - idna - Support for internationalized domain names in applications
   - punycode (a transfer encoding syntax used in IDNA) [Rewanth Cool]

• [NSE] New fingerprints for http-enum:

   - [GH#954] Telerik UI CVE-2017-9248 [Harrison Neal]
   - [GH#767] Many WordPress version detections [Rewanth Cool]

• [GH#981][GH#984][GH#996][GH#975] Fixed Ncat proxy authentication issues

   - Usernames and/or passwords could not be empty
   - Passwords could not contain colons
   - SOCKS5 authentication was not properly documented
   - SOCKS5 authentication had a memory leak

• [GH#1009][GH#1013] Fixes to autoconf header files to allow autoreconf to
be run. [Lukas Schwaighofer]

• [GH#977] Improved DNS service version detection coverage and consistency
by using data from a Project Sonar Internet wide survey. Numerouse false
positives were removed and reliable softmatches added. Match lines for
version.bind responses were also conslidated using the technique below.
[Tom Sellers]

• [GH#977] Changed version probe fallbacks so as to work cross protocol
(TCP/UDP). This enables consolidating match lines for services where the
responses on TCP and UDP are similar. [Tom Sellers]

• [NSE][GH#532] Added the zlib library for NSE so scripts can easily handle
compression. This work started during GSOC 2014, so we're particularly
pleased to finally integrate it! [Claudiu Perta, Daniel Miller]

• [NSE][GH#1004] Fixed handling of brute.retries variable. It was being
treated as the number of tries, not retries, and a value of 0 would result
in infinite retries. Instead, it is now the number of retries, defaulting
to 2 (3 total tries), with no option for infinite retries.

• [NSE] http-devframework-fingerprints.lua supports Jenkins server
detection and returns extra information when Jenkins is detected [Vinamra

• [GH#926] The rarity level of MS SQL's service detection probe was
decreased. Now we can find MS SQL in odd ports without increasing version
intensity. [Paulino Calderon]

• [GH#957] Fix reporting of zlib and libssh2 versions in "nmap --version".
We were always reporting the version number of the included source, even
when a different version was actually linked. [Pavel Zhukov]

• Add a new helper function for nmap-service-probes match lines: $I(1,">")
will unpack an unsigned big-endian integer value up to 8 bytes wide from
capture 1. The second option can be "<" for little-endian. [Daniel Miller]


Monday, July 2, 2018

Taipan - Web Application Security Scanner

Taipan is a an automated web application scanner which allows to identify web vulnerabilities in an automatic fashion. This project is the core engine of a broader project which include other components, like a web dashboard where you can manage your scan or download a PDF report and a scanner agent to run on specific host. Below are some screenshots of the Taipan dashboard:

If you are interested in trying the full product, you can contact: aparata[AT]

Using Taipan
Taipan can run on both Windows (natively) and Linux (with mono). To run it in Linux you have to install mono in version >= 4.8.0. You can track the implementation of the new features in the related Kanban board.

Scan Profile
Taipan allow to scan the given web site by specify different kind of profiles. Each profile enable or disable a specific scan feature, to show all the available profile just run Taipan with the --show-profiles option.

Scan/Stop/Pause a scan
During a scan you can interact with it by set the scan in Pause or Stop it if necessary. In order to do so you have to press:
  • P: pause the scan
  • S: stop the scan
  • R: resume a paused scan
The state change is not immediate and you have to wait until all threads have reached the desider state.

Launch a scan
To launch a new scan you have to provide the url and the profile which must be used. It is not necessary to specify the full profile name, a prefix is enough. Below an example of execution:

Taipan Components
Taipan is composed of four main components:
  • Web Application fingerprinter: it inspects the given application in order to identify if it is a COTS application. If so, it extracts the identified version.
  • Hidden Resource Discovery: this component scans the application in order to identify resources that are not directly navigable or that shouldn't be accessed, like secret pages or test pages.
  • Crawler: This component navigates the web site in order to provide to the other components a list of pages to analyze. It allows to mutate the request in order to find not so common pathes.
  • Vulnerability Scanner: this component probes the web application and tries to identify possible vulnerabilities. It is composed of various AddOn in order to easily expand its Knowledge Base.


Friday, June 22, 2018

XBruteForcer - CMS Brute Force Tool (WP, Joomla, DruPal, OpenCart, Magento)

Brute Force Tool: WP , Joomla , DruPal , OpenCart , Magento

Simple brute force script
[1] WordPress (Auto Detect Username)
[2] Joomla
[3] DruPal
[4] OpenCart
[5] Magento
[6] All (Auto Detect CMS)

Short Form Long Form Description
-l --list websites list
-p --passwords Passwords list

perl -l list.txt -p passwords.txt

for coloring in windows Add This Line
use Win32::Console::ANSI;


Installation Linux
git clone
cd XBruteForcer
perl -l list.txt -p passwords.txt 

Installation Android
Download Termux
cpan install LWP::UserAgent
cpan install HTTP::Request
git clone
cd XBruteForcer
perl -l list.txt -p passwords.txt 

Installation Windows
Download Perl
Download XBruteForcer
Extract XBruteForcer into Desktop
Open CMD and type the following commands:
cd Desktop/XBruteForcer-master/
perl -l list.txt -p passwords.txt 

Current version is 1.2 What's New
• speed up
• Bug fixes
version 1.1
• Bug fixes


CTFR - Get subdomains of an HTTPS website abusing Certificate Transparency logs

Do you miss AXFR technique? This tool allows to get the subdomains from a HTTPS website in a few seconds.
How it works? CTFR does not use neither dictionary attack nor brute-force, it just abuses of Certificate Transparency logs.
For more information about CT logs, check

Getting Started
Please, follow the instructions below for installing and run CTFR.

Make sure you have installed the following tools:
Python 3.0 or later.
pip3 (sudo apt-get install python3-pip).

git clone
cd ctfr
pip3 install -r requirements.txt

python3 --help

Parameters and examples of use.

-d --domain [target_domain] (required)
-o --output [output_file] (optional)

python3 -d
python3 -d -o /home/shei/subdomains_fb.txt




Sunday, March 4, 2018

An Unicode Domain Phishing Generator for IDN Homograph Attack - EvilURL v2.0

Generate unicode evil domains for IDN Homograph Attack and detect them.

  • python 3.x for

git clone

cd EvilURL

  • Full script updated to Python 3.x
    { Python 2.x support closed }
  • CheckURL Module.
    { Now you can check if an url is evil.
    Now you can check connection from an evil url. }
  • Better interactivity.
    { Better interface and design. }


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