Httpgrep - Scans HTTP Servers To Find Given Strings In URIs


A python tool which scans for HTTP servers and finds given strings in URIs.

Usage
$ httpgrep -H

--==[ httpgrep by nullsecurity.net ]==--

usage

  httpgrep -h <args> -s <arg> [opts] | <misc>

opts

  -h <hosts|file>   - single host or host-range/cidr-range or file containing
                      hosts, e.g.: foobar.net, 192.168.0.1-192.168.0.254,
                      192.168.0.0/24, /tmp/hosts.txt
  -p <port>         - port to connect to (default: 80)
  -t                - use TLS/SSL to connect to service
  -u <URI>          - URI to search given strings in, e.g.: /foobar/, /foo.html
                      (default /)
  -s <string|file>  - a single string or multile strings in a file to find in
                      given URIs, e.g. 'tomcat 8', '/tmp/igot0daysforthese.txt'
  -b <bytes>        - num bytes to read from response. offset == response[0].
                      (default: 64)
  -x <threads>      - num thre   ads for concurrent checks (default: 50)
  -c <seconds>      - num seconds for socket timeout (default: 2.5)
  -i                - use case-insensitive search
  -v                - verbose mode (default: quiet)

misc

  -H                - print help
  -V                - print version information


Author
noptrix

Notes
  • quick'n'dirty code
  • httpgrep is already packaged and available for BlackArch Linux
  • My master-branches are always stable; dev-branches are created for current work.
  • All of my public stuff you find are officially announced and published via nullsecurity.net.

License
Check docs/LICENSE.

Disclaimer
We hereby emphasize, that the hacking related stuff found on nullsecurity.net are only for education purposes. We are not responsible for any damages. You are responsible for your own actions.


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