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Shodan Premium API key is required to use this automation. Output from the ???????????????????? ???????? is displayed to the screen and saved to files/directories.

ℹ Regarding Premium Shodan API, Please see the Shodan site for more information.

Shodan website: Shodan Website API : Developer API


  • Powerful and flexible results via Shodan Dorks
  • SSL SHA1 checksum/fingerprint Search
  • Only hit In-Scope IPs
  • Verify each IP with SSL/TLS certificate issuer match RegEx
  • Provide Out-Of-Scope IPs
  • Find out all ports including well known/uncommon/dynamic
  • Grab all targets vulnerabilities related to CVEs
  • Banner grab for each IP, Product, OS, Services & Org etc.
  • Grab favicon Icons
  • Generate Favicon Hash using python3 mmh3 Module
  • Favicon Technology Detection using nuclei custom template
  • ASN Scan
  • BGP Neighbour
  • IPv4 & IPv6 Profixes for ASN
  • Interesting Leaks like Indexing, NDMP, SMB, Login, SignUp, OAuth, SSO, Status 401/403/500, VPN, Citrix, Jfrog, Dashboards, OpenFire, Control Panels, WordPress, Laravel, Jetty, S3 Buckets, Cloudfront, Jenkins, Kubernetes, Node Exports, Grafana, RabbitMQ, Containers, GitLab, MongoDB, Elastic, FTP anonymous, Memcached, DNS Recursion, Kibana, Prometheus, Default Passwords, Protected Objects, Moodle, Spring Boot, Django, Jira, Ruby, Secret Key and many more…


1. Clone the repo

# git clone https://github.com/Dheerajmadhukar/karma_v2.git

2. Install shodan & mmh3 python module

# python3 -m pip install shodan mmh3

3. Install JSON Parser [JQ]

# apt install jq -y

4. Install httprobe @tomnomnom to probe the requests

# go install -v github.com/tomnomnom/httprobe@master

5. Install Interlace @codingo to multithread [Follow the codingo interlace repo instructions]

# git clone https://github.com/codingo/Interlace.git & install accordingly. 

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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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