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BruteSpray takes nmap GNMAP/XML output and automatically brute-forces services with default credentials using Medusa. It can even find non-standard ports by using the -sV inside Nmap. Supported Services ssh ftp telnet vnc mssql mysql postgresql rsh imap nntp pcanywhere pop3 rexec rlogin smbnt smtp svn vmauthd Changelog v1.8.1 minor spelling fix requirements update dependency clean banner changes [hide][Hidden Content]]
The Hawkeye scanner-cli is project security, vulnerability and general risk highlighting tool. It is meant to be integrated into your pre-commit hooks and your pipelines. Designed to be entirely extensible by just adding new modules with the correct signature to lib/modules Modules return results via a common interface, which permits consolidated reporting and artifact generation Should be very easy to run regardless of the type of project that you’re scanning Modules Modules are basically little bits of code that either implement their own logic, or wrap a third party tool and standardise the output. They only run if the required criteria are met. For example: The npm outdated module would only run if a package.json is detected in the scan target – as a result, you don’t need to tell Hawkeye what type of project you are scanning. Generic Modules files-ccnumber: Scans for suspicious file contents that are likely to contain credit card numbers files-contents: Scans for suspicious file contents that are likely to contain secrets files-entropy: Scans files for strings with high entropy that are likely to contain passwords. Entropy scanning is disabled by default because of the high number of false positives. It is useful to scan codebases every now and then for keys, in which case please run it please using the -m files-entropy switch. files-secrets: Scans for suspicious filenames that are likely to contain secrets Java java-find-secbugs: Finds common security issues in Java code with findsecbugs java-owasp: Scans Java projects for gradle/maven dependencies with known vulnerabilities with the OWASP dependency checker Node.js node-crossenv: Scans node projects for known malicious crossenv dependencies node-npmaudit: Checks node projects for dependencies with known vulnerabilities with npm audit node-npmoutdated: Checks node projects for outdated npm modules with npm outdated PHP php-security-checker: Checks whether the composer.lock contains dependencies with known vulnerabilities using security-checker Python python-bandit: Scans for common security issues in Python code with bandit. python-piprot: Scans python dependencies for out of date packages with piprot python-safety: Checks python dependencies for known security vulnerabilities with the safety tool. Ruby ruby-brakeman: Statically analyzes Rails code for security issues with Brakeman. ruby-bundler-scan: Scan for Ruby gems with known vulnerabilities using bundler Adding a module If you have an idea for a module, please feel free open a feature request in the issues section. If you have a bit of time left, please consider sending us a pull request. To see modules work, please head over to the modules folder to find how things are working. [hide][Hidden Content]]