How to Use Doona Bruteforce Exploit Detector Tool in Kali Linux

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Doona is a forked version of the Bruteforce Exploit Detection tool or simply BED. The Bruteforce Exploit Detection tool is designed to check for the daemons for potential buffer overflows, format the string bugs etc.

In Australian , Doona means duvet. Doona adds a lot of new features and changes to the BED.
If you want to install Doona, follow the simple steps given below:-
1) Type the below command in the terminal:
Apt-get updateApt-get install doona

How to use doona:-

1. Type “doona” and you will see an option like the one shown in the figure below:-

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2.  In this step you need a target IP mine is “216.58.210.238” now ping google see in below shot:-

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3. TNow you have to enter this whole command given below to perform the attack:
Command:- doona -m http -t <target ip> -p <target port> -M 10 (max not after exit)

This is my command :- doona -m http -t 216.58.210.238 -M 10

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DOONA USAGE EXAMPLE

Use the HTTP plugin (-m HTTP) to fuzz the target (-t 192.168.1.15), that stops after 5 cases (-M 5):

[email protected]:~# doona -m HTTP -t 192.168.1.15 -M 5
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