Git-Hound - Find Exposed Keys Across GitHub Using Code Search Keywords


A pattern-matching, batch-catching secret snatcher. This project is intended to be used for educational purposes.

Git Hound makes it easy to find exposed API keys on GitHub using pattern matching, targetted querying, and a scoring system.

Usage
echo "tillsongalloway.com" | python git-hound.py or python git-hound.py --subdomain-file subdomains.txt We also offer a number of flags to target specific patterns (known service API keys), file names (.htpasswd, .env), and languages (python, javascript).

Flags
  • --subdomain-file - The file with the subdomains
  • --output - The output file (default is stdout)
  • --output-type - The output type (requires output flag to be set; default is flatfile)
  • --all - Print all URLs, including ones with no pattern match. Otherwise, the scoring system will do the work.
  • --regex-file - Supply a custom regex file
  • --api-keys - Enable generic API key searching. This uses common API key patterns and Shannon entropy to find potential exposed API keys.
  • --language-file - Supply a custom file with languages to search.
  • --config-file - Custom config file (default is config.yml)
  • --pages - Max pages to search (default is 100, the page maximum)
  • --silent - Don't print results to stdout (most reasonably used with --output).
  • --no-antikeywords - Don't attempt to filter out known mass scans
  • --only-filtered - Only search filtered queries (languages, file extensions)

Setup
  1. Clone this repo
  2. Use a Python 3 environment (recommended: virtulenv or Conda)
  3. pip install -r requirements.txt (or pip3)
  4. Set up a config.yml file with GitHub credentials. See config.example.yml for an example. Accounts with 2FA are not currently supported.
  5. echo "tillsongalloway.com" | python git-hound.py


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