InfoG v1.0 – An Open Source Information Gathering Tool

InfoG is a Shellscript used to gather information about a target. It allows the ethical hacker to gather information during

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WAScan – An Open Source Web Application Scanner

Today, we are going to talk about a powerful web application scanner named WAScan. WAScan stands for Web Application Scanner,

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Spaghetti – An Open Source Web Application Security Scanner

Spaghetti is an Open Source web application scanner, it is designed to find various default and insecure files, configurations and

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Sn1per – An Automated Pentesting Framework

Sn1per is an automated scanner that can be used during a penetration test to enumerate and scan for vulnerabilities. Let’s

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Cl0neMast3r – Install Your Hacking Tools With Ease

Cl0neMast3r is a Python script that was coded to make your life easier. It allows the user to choose their favorite tools

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SSLyze: A Python Tool For Analyzing SSL Configurations

Today, we talk about SSLyze. SSLyze is a Python tool that can analyze the SSL configuration of a server. It

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Photon – A Very Handy Open Source OSINT Tool

Photon is a relatively fast crawler designed for automating OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) with a simple interface and tons of

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KillShot – An Information Gathering and Vulnerability Scanning Tool

KillShot is a penetration testing tool that can be used to gather useful information and scan vulnerabilities in target host

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Gobuster – An Elegant CLI Utility for Brute Forcing URI Directories

Every reconnaissance phase has a standard checklist that is to be followed. If you’ve ever conducted or been a part

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Tmux – An Introduction to a Hacker’s Swiss Army Knife

Tmux is a terminal multiplexer: which in lamen terms means it is able to create a number of terminals, inside

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