Jaeles : The Swiss Army Knife For Automated Web Application Testing

Jaeles is a powerful, flexible and easily extensible framework written in Go for building your own Web Application Scanner. Installation If you have a Go environment, make sure you have Go >= 1.13 with Go Modules enable and run the following command. GO111MODULE=on go get -u github.com/jaeles-project/jaeles Usage Example commands: – jaeles scan -u http://example.com– jaeles scan …

Jaeles : The Swiss Army Knife For Automated Web Application Testing

Jaeles is a powerful, flexible and easily extensible framework written in Go for building your own Web Application Scanner. Installation go get -u github.com/jaeles-project/jaeles USAGE Modes;– Scan Mode– Fuzz Mode Jaeles – The Swiss Army knife for automated Web Application Testing beta v0.1 by @j3ssiejjj >>Usage:jaeles [command] >> Available Commands:config Configuration CLIhelp Help about any commandscan …

Pockint : A Portable OSINT Swiss Army Knife for DFIR/OSINT Professionals

POCKINT (a.k.a. Pocket Intelligence) is the OSINT swiss army knife for DFIR/OSINT professionals. Designed to be a lightweight and portable GUI program (to be carried within USBs or investigation VMs), it provides users with essential OSINT capabilities in a compact form factor: POCKINT’s input box accepts typical indicators (URL, IP, MD5) and gives users the …

Cryptovenom : The Cryptography Swiss Army Knife

CryptoVenom is an OpenSource tool which contains a lot of cryptosystems and cryptoanalysis methods all in one, including classical algorithms, hash algorithms, encoding algorithms, logic gates, mathematical functions, modern symmetric and asymmetric encryptions etc. What is the Purpose of CryptoVenom? Make easier the cryptoanalysis or the usage of cryptosystems and manipulation of them. If you …

Btlejack : Bluetooth Low Energy Swiss-Army Knife

Btlejack provides everything you need to sniff, jam and hijack Bluetooth Low Energy devices. It relies on one or more BBC Micro:Bit. Devices running a dedicated firmware. You may also want to use an Adafruit’s Bluefruit LE sniffer or a nRF51822 Eval Kit, as we added support for these devices. Current version of this tool (2.0) supports BLE 4.x …