Sigurlfind3R is a passive reconnaissance tool, it fetches known URLs from AlienVault’s OTX, Common Crawl, URLScan, Github and the Wayback Machine.
This will display help for the tool.
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-d, –domain domain to fetch urls for
-eS, –exclude-sources comma(,) separated list of sources to exclude
-f, –filter URL filtering regex
-iS, –include-subs include subdomains’ urls
-lS, –list-sources list all the available sources
-nC, –no-color no color mode
-s –silent silent mode: output urls only
-uS, –use-sources comma(,) separated list of sources to use
sigurlfind3r -d tesla.com
sigurlfind3r -d tesla.com -is
Regex filter out URLs
sigurlfind3r -d tesla.com -f “.(jpg|jpeg|gif|png|ico|css|eot|tif|tiff|ttf|woff|woff2)”
You can download the pre-built binary for your platform from this repository’s releases page, extract, then move it to your
$PATHand you’re ready to go.
sigurlfind3r requires go1.14+ to install successfully. Run the following command to get the repo
GO111MODULE=on go get -u -v github.com/signedsecurity/sigurlfind3r/cmd/sigurlfind3r
git clone https://github.com/signedsecurity/sigurlfind3r.git && \
cd sigurlfind3r/cmd/sigurlfind3r/ && \
go build; mv sigurlfind3r /usr/local/bin/ && \
sigurlfind3r will work after installation. However, to configure sigurlfind3r to work with certain services – currently github – you will need to have setup API keys. The API keys are stored in the
$HOME/.config/sigurlfind3r/conf.yaml file – created upon first run – and uses the YAML format. Multiple API keys can be specified for each of these services.