In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, the need for robust tools that aid Bug Bounty programs, Penetration Testing (Pentest), and Red Teaming has never been greater.

Enter “afrog,” a high-performance vulnerability scanner designed to empower network security professionals.

With its versatility, speed, and customizability, afrog is becoming a go-to solution for identifying and addressing vulnerabilities swiftly, ultimately strengthening the defenses of organizations against potential threats.

What Is Afrog

afrog is a high-performance vulnerability scanner that is fast and stable.

It supports user-defined PoC and comes with several built-in types, such as CVE, CNVD, default passwords, information disclosure, fingerprint identification, unauthorized access, arbitrary file reading, and command execution.

With afrog, network security professionals can quickly validate and remediate vulnerabilities, which helps to enhance their security defense capabilities.

Features

  •  Open source
  •  Fast, stable, with low false positives
  •  Detailed HTML vulnerability reports
  •  Customizable and stably updatable PoCs
  •  Active community exchange group

Installation

Prerequisites

  • Go┬áversion 1.19 or higher.

you can install it with:

Binary

$ https://github.com/zan8in/afrog/releases

Github

$ git clone https://github.com/zan8in/afrog.git
$ cd afrog
$ go build cmd/afrog/main.go
$ ./afrog -h

Go

$ go install -v github.com/zan8in/afrog/v2/cmd/afrog@latest

Running Afrog

By default, afrog scans all built-in PoCs, and if it finds any vulnerabilities, it automatically creates an HTML report with the date of the scan as the filename.

afrog -t https://example.com

Warning Occurs When Running Afrog

If you see an error message saying:

[ERR] ceye reverse service not set: /home/afrog/.config/afrog/afrog-config.yaml

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Published by Tamil S

Tamil has a great interest in the fields of Cyber Security, OSINT, and CTF projects. Currently, he is deeply involved in researching and publishing various security tools with Kali Linux Tutorials, which is quite fascinating.

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