WhatWeb v0.5.0 – Next Generation Web Scanner

Developed by Andrew Horton urbanadventurer and Brendan Coles bcolesLatest Release: v0.5.0. June 9th, 2019License: GPLv2This product is subject to the terms detailed in the license agreement. For more information about WhatWeb visit:Homepage: https://www.morningstarsecurity.com/research/whatwebWiki: https://github.com/urbanadventurer/WhatWeb/wiki/If you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding WhatWeb, please consult the documentation prior to contacting one of the developers. Your feedback is always welcome.About WhatWebWhatWeb identifies websites. Its goal is to answer the question, “What is that Website?". WhatWeb recognises web technologies including content management systems (CMS), blogging platforms, statistic/analytics packages, JavaScript libraries, web servers, and embedded devices. WhatWeb has over 1800 plugins, each to recognise something different. WhatWeb also identifies version numbers, email addresses, account IDs, web framework modules, SQL errors, and more.WhatWeb can be stealthy and fast, or thorough but slow. WhatWeb supports an aggression level to control the trade off between speed and reliability. When you visit a website in your browser, the transaction includes many hints of what web technologies are powering that website. Sometimes a single webpage visit contains enough information to identify a website but when it does not, WhatWeb can interrogate the website further. The default level of aggression, called ‘stealthy’, is the fastest and requires only one HTTP request of a website. This is suitable for scanning public websites. More aggressive modes were developed for use in penetration tests.Most WhatWeb plugins are thorough and recognise a range of cues from subtle to obvious. For example, most WordPress websites can be identified by the meta HTML tag, e.g. ”, but a minority of WordPress websites remove this identifying tag but this does not thwart WhatWeb. The WordPress WhatWeb plugin has over 15 tests, which include checking the favicon, default installation files, login pages, and checking for "/wp-content/" within relative links.FeaturesOver 1800 pluginsControl the trade off between speed/stealth and reliabilityPerformance tuning. Control how many websites to scan concurrently.Multiple log formats: Brief (greppable), Verbose (human readable), XML, JSON, MagicTree, RubyObject, MongoDB, ElasticSearch, SQL.Proxy support including TORCustom HTTP headersBasic HTTP authenticationControl over webpage redirectionIP address rangesFuzzy matchingResult certainty awarenessCustom plugins defined on the command lineIDN (International Domain Name) supportExample UsageUsing WhatWeb on a couple of websites (standard WhatWeb output is in colour):$ ./whatweb slashdot.org reddit.comhttp://reddit.com [302] HTTPServer[AkamaiGHost], RedirectLocation[http://www.reddit.com/], Via-Proxy[1.1 bc1], IP[], Akamai-Global-Host, Country[UNITED STATES][US]http://slashdot.org [200] Script, HTTPServer[Unix][Apache/1.3.42 (Unix) mod_perl/1.31], Google-Analytics[GA][32013], Via-Proxy[1.1 bc5], UncommonHeaders[x-fry,x-varnish,x-xrds-location,slash_log_data], Apache[1.3.42][mod_perl/1.31], HTML5, IP[], OpenGraphProtocol[100000696822412], X-Powered-By[Slash 2.005001], Title[Slashdot: News for nerds, stuff that matters], Email[canadaboy@nOspam.gmail.com,jbort@nww.com], Country[UNITED STATES][US]http://www.reddit.com/ [200] Frame, PasswordField[passwd,passwd2], Script, HTTPServer[‘; DROP TABLE servertypes; –], IP[], JQuery, Cookies[reddit_first], Title[reddit: the voice of the internet — news before it happens], Country[NEW ZEALAND][NZ]Usage.$$$ $. .$$$ $. $$$$ $$. .$$$ $$$ .$$$$$$. .$$$$$$$$$$. $$$$ $$. .$$$$$$$. .$$$$$$. $ $$ $$$ $ $$ $$$ $ $$$$$$. $$$$$ $$$$$$ $ $$ $$$ $ $$ $$ $ $$$$$$.$ `$ $$$ $ `$ $$$ $ `$ $$$ $$’ $ `$ `$$ $ `$ $$$ $ `$ $ `$ $$$’$. $ $$$ $. $$$$$$ $. $$$$$$ `$ $. $ :’ $. $ $$$ $. $$$$ $. $$$$$.$::$ . $$$ $::$ $$$ $::$ $$$ $::$ $::$ . $$$ $::$ $::$ $$$$$;;$ $$$ $$$ $;;$ $$$ $;;$ $$$ $;;$ $;;$ $$$ $$$ $;;$ $;;$ $$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$ $$$$ $$$ $$$$ $$$ $$$$ $$$$$$ $$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$’WhatWeb – Next generation web scanner version 0.5.0.Developed by Andrew Horton (urbanadventurer) and Brendan Coles (bcoles)Homepage: https://www.morningstarsecurity.com/research/whatwebUsage: whatweb [options] TARGET SELECTION: <TARGETs> Enter URLs, hostn ames, IP adddresses, filenames or IP ranges in CIDR, x.x.x-x, or x.x.x.x-x.x.x.x format. –input-file=FILE, -i Read targets from a file. You can pipe hostnames or URLs directly with -i /dev/stdin.TARGET MODIFICATION: –url-prefix Add a prefix to target URLs. –url-suffix Add a suffix to target URLs. –url-pattern Insert the targets into a URL. Requires –input-file, eg. www.example.com/%insert%/robots.txt AGGRESSION: The aggression level controls the trade-off between speed/stealth and reliability. –aggression, -a=LEVEL Set the aggression level. Default: 1. Aggression levels are: 1. Stealthy Makes one HTTP request per target. Also follows redirects. 3. Aggressive If a level 1 plugin is matched, additional requests will be made. 4. Heavy Makes a lot of HTTP requests per target. Aggressive tests from all plugins are used for all URLs.HTTP OPTIONS: –user-agent, -U=AGENT Identify as AGENT instead of WhatWeb/0.5.0. –header, -H Add an HTTP header. eg "Foo:Bar". Specifying a default header will replace it. Specifying an empty value, eg. "User-Agent:" will remove the header. –follow-redirect=WHEN Control when to follow redirects. WHEN may be `never’, `http-only’, `meta-only’, `same-site’, or `always’. Default: always. –max-redirects=NUM Maximum number of contiguous redirects. Default: 10.AUTHENTICATION: –user, -u=<user:password> HTTP basic authentication. –cookie, -c=COOKIES Provide cookies, e.g. ‘name=value; name2=value2′. –cookiejar=FILE Read cookies from a file.PROXY: –proxy <hostname[:po rt]> Set proxy hostname and port. Default: 8080. –proxy-user <username:password> Set proxy user and password.PLUGINS: –list-plugins, -l List all plugins. –info-plugins, -I=[SEARCH] List all plugins with detailed information. Optionally search with keywords in a comma delimited list. –search-plugins=STRING Search plugins for a keyword. –plugins, -p=LIST Select plugins. LIST is a comma delimited set of selected plugins. Default is all. Each element can be a directory, file or plugin name and can optionally have a modifier, eg. + or – Examples: +/tmp/moo.rb,+/tmp/foo.rb title,md5,+./plugins-disabled/ ./plugins-disabled,-md5 -p + is a shortcut for -p +plugins-disabled. –grep, -g=STRING|REGEXP Search for STRING or a Regular Expression. Shows only the results that match. Examples: –grep "hello" –grep "/he[l]*o/" –custom-plugin=DEFINITION\tDefine a custom plugin named Custom-Plugin, –custom-plugin=DEFINITION Define a custom plugin named Custom-Plugin, Examples: ":text=>’powered by abc’" ":version=>/powered[ ]?by ab[0-9]/" ":ghdb=>’intitle:abc \"powered by abc\"’" ":md5=>’8666257030b94d3bdb46e05945f60b42’" –dorks=PLUGIN List Google dorks for the selected plugin.OUTPUT: –verbose, -v Verbose output includes plugin descriptions. Use twice for debugging. –colour,–color=WHEN control whe ther colour is used. WHEN may be `never’, `always’, or `auto’. –quiet, -q Do not display brief logging to STDOUT. –no-errors Suppress error messages.LOGGING: –log-brief=FILE Log brief, one-line output. –log-verbose=FILE Log verbose output. –log-errors=FILE Log errors. –log-xml=FILE Log XML format. –log-json=FILE Log JSON format. –log-sql=FILE Log SQL INSERT statements. –log-sql-create=FILE Create SQL database tables. –log-json-verbose=FILE Log JSON Verbose format. –log-magictree=FILE Log MagicTree XML format. –log-object=FILE Log Ruby object inspection format. –log-mongo-database Name of the MongoDB database. –log-mongo-collection Name of the MongoDB collection. Default: whatweb. –log-mongo-host MongoDB hostname or IP address. Default: –log-m ongo-username MongoDB username. Default: nil. –log-mongo-password MongoDB password. Default: nil. –log-elastic-index Name of the index to store results. Default: whatweb –log-elastic-host Host:port of the elastic http interface. Default: PERFORMANCE & STABILITY: –max-threads, -t Number of simultaneous threads. Default: 25. –open-timeout Time in seconds. Default: 15. –read-timeout Time in seconds. Default: 30. –wait=SECONDS Wait SECONDS between connections. This is useful when using a single thread.HELP & MISCELLANEOUS: –short-help Short usage help. –help, -h Complete usage help. –debug Raise errors in plugins. –version Display version information. (WhatWeb 0.5.0).EXAMPLE USAGE:* Scan example.com. ./whatweb exam ple.com* Scan reddit.com slashdot.org with verbose plugin descriptions. ./whatweb -v reddit.com slashdot.org* An aggressive scan of wired.com detects the exact version of WordPress. ./whatweb -a 3 www.wired.com* Scan the local network quickly and suppress errors. whatweb –no-errors* Scan the local network for https websites. whatweb –no-errors –url-prefix https://* Scan for crossdomain policies in the Alexa Top 1000. ./whatweb -i plugin-development/alexa-top-100.txt \ –url-suffix /crossdomain.xml -p crossdomain_xmlLogging & OutputThe following types of logging are supported:–log-brief=FILE Brief, one-line, greppable format–log-verbose=FILE Verbose–log-xml=FILE XML format. XSL stylesheet is provided–log-json=FILE JSON format–log-json-verbose=FILE JSON verbose format–log-magictree=FILE MagicTree XML format–log-object=FILE Ruby object inspection format–log-mongo-database Name of the MongoDB database–log-mongo-collection Name of the MongoDB collection. Default: whatweb–log-mongo-host MongoDB hostname or IP address. Default:–log-mongo-username MongoDB username. Default: nil–log-mongo-password MongoDB password. Default: nil–log-elastic-index Name of the index to store results. Default: whatweb–log-elastic-host Host:port of the elastic http interface. Default:–log-errors=FILE Log errors. This is usually printed to the screen in red.You can output to multiple logs simultaneously by specifying multiple command line logging options. Advanced users who want SQL output should read the source code to see unsupported features.PluginsMatches are made with:Text strings (case sensitive)Regular expressionsGoogle Hack Database queries (limited set of keywords)MD5 hashesURL recognitionHTML tag patternsCustom ruby code for passive and aggressive operationsTo list the plugins supported:$ ./whatweb -lWhatWeb Plugin ListPlugin Name – Description——————————————————————————–1024-CMS – 1024 is one of a few CMS’s leading the way with the implementation…360-Web-Manager – 360-Web-Manager3COM-NBX – 3COM NBX phone system. The NBX NetSet utility is a web interface i…3dcart – 3dcart – The 3dcart Shopping Cart Software is a complete ecommerce s…4D – 4D web application deployment server4images – 4images is a powerful web-based image gallery management system. Fe…… (truncated)Search PluginsTo view more detail about a plugin or search plugins for a keyword:$ ./whatweb -I phpBBWhatWeb Detailed Plugin ListSearching for phpBB================================================================================Plugin: phpBB——————————————————————————–Description: phpBB is a free forum Website: http://phpbb.org/Author: Andrew HortonVersion: 0.3Features: [Yes] Pattern Matching (7) [Yes] Version detection from pattern matching [Yes] Function for passive matches [Yes] Function for aggressive matches [Yes] Google Dorks (1)Google Dorks:[1] "Powered by phpBB"================================================================================Plugin SelectionAll plugins are loaded by default.Plugins can be selected by directories, files or plugin names as a comma delimited list with the -p or –plugin command line option.Each list item may have a modifier: + adds to the full set, – removes from the full set and no modifier overrides the defaults.Examples–plugins +plugins-disabled,-foobar–plugins +/tmp/moo.rb–plugins foobar (only select foobar)-p title,md5,+./plugins-disabled/-p ./plugins-disabled,-md5The –dorks command line option returns google dorks for the selected plugin. For example, –dorks wordpress returns "is proudly powered by WordPress"The –grep, -g command line option searches the target page for the selected string and returns a match in a plugin called Grep if it is found.AggressionWhatWeb features several levels of aggression. By default the aggression level is set to 1 (stealthy) which sends a single HTTP GET request and also follows redirects.–aggression, -a 1. Stealthy Makes one HTTP request per target. Also follows redirects. 2. Unused 3. Aggressive Can make a handful of HTTP requests per target. This triggers aggressive plugins for targets only when those plugins are identified with a level 1 request first. 4. Heavy Makes a lot of HTTP requests per target. Aggressive tests from all plugins are used for all URLs.Level 3 aggressive plugins will guess more URLs and perform actions that are potentially unsuitable without permission. WhatWeb currently does not support any intrusion/exploit level tests in plugins.An example of the different results between level 1 and level 3:A level 1, stealthy scan identifes that smartor.is-root.com/forum/ uses phpBB version 2:$ ./whatweb smartor.is-root.com/forum/http://smartor.is-root.com/forum/ [200] PasswordField[password], HTTPServer[Apache/2.2.15], PoweredBy[phpBB], Apache[2.2.15], IP[], phpBB[2], PHP[5.2.13], X-Powered-By[PHP/5.2.13], Cookies[phpbb2mysql_data,phpbb2mysql_sid], Title[Smartors Mods Forums – Reloaded], Country[GERMANY][DE]A level 3, aggressive scan triggers additional tests in the phpBB plugin which identifies that the website uses phpBB version 2.0.20 or higher:$ ./whatweb -p plugins/phpbb.rb -a 3 smartor.is-root.com/forum/http://smartor.is-root.com/forum/ [200] phpBB[2,>2.0.20]Note the use of the -p argument to select only the phpBB plugin. It is advisable, but not mandatory, to select a specific plugin when attempting to fingerprint software versions in aggressive mode. This approach is far more stealthy as it will limit the number of requests.WhatWeb has no caching so if you use aggressive plugins on redirecting URLs you may fetch the same files multiple times.Performance & StabilityWhatWeb features several options to increase performance and stability.–max-threads, -t Number of simultaneous threads. Default: 25.–open-timeout Time in seconds. Default: 15–read-timeout Time in seconds. Default: 30–wait=SECONDS Wait SECONDS between connections This is useful when using a single thread.The –wait and –max-threads commands can be used to assist in IDS evasion.Changing the user-agent using the -U or –user-agent command line option will avoid the Snort IDS rule for WhatWeb.If you are scanning ranges of IP addresses, it is much more efficient to use a port scanner like massscan to discover which have port 80 open before scanning with WhatWeb.Character set detection, with the Charset plugin dramatically decreases performance by requiring more CPU. This is required by JSON and MongoDB logging.Optional DependenciesTo enable MongoDB logging install the mongo gem. gem install mongoTo enable character set detection and MongoDB logging install the rchardet gem. gem install rchardet cp plugins-disabled/charset.rb my-plugins/Writing PluginsPlugins are easy to write. Start by going through the plugin tutorials in the my-plugins/ folder.Plugin Tutorials.After progressing through the tutorials read through the Development section of the wiki.Sources for Plugin WritingHow to Develop WhatWeb Plugins (not up to date)Updates & Additional InformationThe WhatWeb development build features regular updates.Check the development branches for unreleased updates.Browse the wiki for more documentation and advanced usage techniques.Wiki: https://github.com/urbanadventurer/WhatWeb/wiki/Release HistoryVersion 0.5.0 Released June 9th, 2019Version 0.4.9 Released November 23rd, 2017Version 0.4.8-dev (Continuous release from 2012 to 2017)Version 0.4.7 Released April 5th, 2011Version 0.4.6 Released March 25th, 2011Version 0.4.5 Released August 17th, 2010Version 0.4.4 Released June 29th, 2010Version 0.4.3 Released May 24th, 2010Version 0.4.2 Released April 30th, 2010Version 0.4.1 Released April 28th, 2010Version 0.4 Released March 14th, 2010Version 0.3 Released at Kiwicon III (kiwicon.org), November 2nd, 2009CreditsDevelopersAndrew Horton (@urbanadventurer)Brendan Coles (@bcoles)ContributorsThank you to the following people who have contributed to WhatWeb.Emilio CasbasLouis NyffeneggerPatrik Wallström (@pawal)Caleb Anderson (@dirtyfilthy)Tonmoy SaikiaAung Khant (@yehgdotnet)Erik Inge Bolsønk@dsigned.grSteve Milner (@ashcrow)Michal AmbrozGremwellSagar Prakash Junnarkar (@sagarjunnarkar)GertBergerQuintin PoirierEric Sesterhenndengjw (@jawa)Pedro Worcel (@droop)Matthieu Keller (@maggick)Peter (2pvdl)Napz (@RootCon)@nilx042Fabian Affolter (@fabaff)Andrew Silvernail (@buff3r)Andre Ricardo (@andrericardo)nikoskPatrick Thomas (@coffeetocode)Guillaume Delcaour (@guikcd)Sean (@wiifm69)Matthieu Keller (@maggick)Raul (@raurodse)Andrew Petro (@apetro)Artem Taranyuk (@610)Matti Paksula (@matti)Tim Smith (@tas50)Sarthak Munshi (@saru95)@rdubourguais@SlivTaMere@Code0x58@iGeek098@andreas-becker@csalazar@golewski@Allactaga@lins05@eliasdorneles@sigitdewanto@elcodigok@SlivTaMere@anozoozianBhavin Senjaliya (@bhavin1223)Janosch Maier (@Phylu)@rmaksimovNaglis Jonaitis (@naglis)Igor Rzegocki (@ajgon)Please let me know if I need to add any more names.Download WhatWeb

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