Entropy Toolkit is a set of tools to exploit Netwave and GoAhead IP Webcams. Entropy is a powerful toolkit for webcams penetration testing.
chmod +x install.sh
chmod +x uninstall.sh
usage: entropy [-h] [-b [1|2]] [-o ] [–timeout ]
[-t ] [-c ] [-q | -v]
[-a | -i | –shodan | –zoomeye ]
-h, –help show this help message and exit
-b [1|2], –brand [1|2]
Choose the brand of IP Webcam. (1)Netwave, (2)GoAhead.
-o , –output
Output into path you input.
–timeout Timeout in seconds.
-t , –task
Run tasks number of connects in parallel.
-c , –count
The number of IP you want to get from ZoomEye.
-q, –quiet Quiet mode.
-v, –verbose Verbose mode.
-a , –address
IP:port address of the webcam.
-i , –input
List of IP:port addresses of webcams.
–shodan Your Shodan API key.
–zoomeye Your ZoomEye API key.
-u, –update Update Entropy Toolkit.
- Example of exploiting a single webcam
entropy -b 1 -i 192.168.1.100:80 -v
- Example of exploiting webcams from a file
entropy -b 2 -l iplist.txt -v
- Example of exploiting webcams using shodan
entropy -b 2 -v –shodan PSKINdQe1GyxGgecYz2191H2JoS9qvgD
Usage of the Entropy Toolkit for attacking targets without prior mutual consent is illegal. It is the end user’s responsibility to obey all applicable local, state, federal, and international laws. Developers assume no liability and are not responsible for any misuse or damage caused by this program.