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  1. GHunt is an OSINT tool to extract information from any Google Account using an email. It can currently extract: Owner’s name The last time the profile was edited Google ID If the account is a Hangouts Bot Activated Google services (YouTube, Photos, Maps, News360, Hangouts, etc.) Possible YouTube channel Possible other usernames Public photos (P) Phones models (P) Phones firmwares (P) Installed Softwares (P) Google Maps reviews (M) Possible physical location (M) Events from Google Calendar (C) The features marked with a (P) require the target account to have the default setting of Allow the people you share content with to download your photos and videos on the Google AlbumArchive, or if the target has ever used Picasa linked to their Google account. More info here. Those marked with a (M) require the Google Maps reviews of the target to be public (they are by default). Those marked with a (C) requires user to have Google Calendar set on public (default it is closed) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. Description GHunt is an OSINT tool to extract information from any Google Account using an email. It can currently extract: Owner's name Last time the profile was edited Google ID If the account is a Hangouts Bot Activated Google services (YouTube, Photos, Maps, News360, Hangouts, etc.) Possible YouTube channel Possible other usernames Public photos (P) Phones models (P) Phones firmwares (P) Installed softwares (P) Google Maps reviews (M) Possible physical location (M) Latest news 02/10/2020 : Since few days ago, Google return a 404 when we try to access someone's Google Photos public albums, we can only access it if we have a link of one of his albums. Either this is a bug and this will be fixed, either it's a protection that we need to find how to bypass. 03/10/2020 : Successfully bypassed. (commit 01dc016) It requires the "Profile photos" album to be public (it is by default) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. XCat is a command line tool to exploit and investigate blind XPath injection vulnerabilities. For a complete reference read the documentation here: [Hidden Content] It supports an large number of features: Auto-selects injections (run xcat injections for a list) Detects the version and capabilities of the xpath parser and selects the fastest method of retrieval Built in out-of-bound HTTP server Automates XXE attacks Can use OOB HTTP requests to drastically speed up retrieval Custom request headers and body Built in REPL shell, supporting: Reading arbitrary files Reading environment variables Listing directories Uploading/downloading files (soon TM) Optimized retrieval Uses binary search over unicode codepoints if available Fallbacks include searching for common characters previously retrieved first Normalizes unicode to reduce the search space [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  4. XCat XCat is a command-line tool to exploit and investigate blind XPath injection vulnerabilities. It supports a large number of features: Auto-selects injections (run xcat injections for a list) Detects the version and capabilities of the xpath parser and selects the fastest method of retrieval Built-in out-of-bound HTTP server Automates XXE attacks Can use OOB HTTP requests to drastically speed up retrieval Custom request headers and body Built-in REPL shell, supporting: Reading arbitrary files Reading environment variables Listing directories Uploading/downloading files (soon TM) [HIDE][Hidden Content]]