UDdup : Urls De-Duplication Tool For Better Recon

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UDdup : Urls De-Duplication Tool For Better Recon

UDdup tool gets a list of URLs, and removes “duplicate” pages in the sense of URL patterns that are probably repetitive and points to the same web template.

For example:

https://www.example.com/product/123
https://www.example.com/product/456
https://www.example.com/product/123?is_prod=false https://www.example.com/product/222?is_debug=true

All the above are probably points to the same product “template”. Therefore it should be enough to scan only some of these URLs by our various scanners.

The result of the above after UDdup should be:

https://www.example.com/product/123?is_prod=false https://www.example.com/product/222?is_debug=true

Why do I need it?

Mostly for better (automated) reconnaissance process, with less noise (for both the tester and the target).

Examples

Take a look at demo.txt which is the raw URLs file which results in demo-results.txt.

Installation

  • With pip (Recommended)

pip install uddup

  • Manual (from code)

Clone the repository.
git clone https://github.com/rotemreiss/uddup.git

Install the Python requirements.
cd uddup
pip install -r requirements.txt

Usage

uddup -u demo.txt -o ./demo-result.txt

  • More Usage Options

uddup -h

Short FormLong FormDescription
-h–helpShow this help message and exit
-u–urlsFile with a list of urls
-o–outputSave results to a file
-s–silentPrint only the result URLs
-fp–filter-pathFilter paths by a given Regex
  • Filter Paths by Regex

Allows filtering custom paths pattern. For example, if we would like to filter all paths that starts with /product we will need to run:

Single Regex
uddup -u demo.txt -fp “^product”

  • Input:

https://www.example.com/
https://www.example.com/privacy-policy
https://www.example.com/product/1
https://www.example2.com/product/2 https://www.example3.com/product/4

  • Output:

https://www.example.com/
https://www.example.com/privacy-policy

  • Advanced Regex with multiple path filters

uddup -u demo.txt -fp “(^product)|(^category)”