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SpiderFoot is a free, open-source footprinting tool, enabling you to perform various scans against a given domain name in order to obtain information such as sub-domains, e-mail addresses, owned netblocks, web server versions and so on. The main objective of SpiderFoot is to automate the footprinting process to the greatest extent possible, freeing up a penetration tester’s time to focus their efforts on the security testing itself.

Features ::

  • SpiderFoot's simple web-based interface enables you to kick off a scan immediately after install - just give your scan a name, the domain name of your target and select which modules to enable.
  • You will quickly obtain information such as: URLs handling passwords, network ranges (netblocks), web servers, open ports, information about SSL certificates, and much more.
  • All SpiderFoot scan results are stored within an internal SQLite database, meaning that during a running scan and after a scan has completed, you can easily browse results, export to CSV and soon also be able to search scan results.
  • SpiderFoot is designed from the ground-up to be modular. This means you can easily add your own modules that consume data from other modules to perform whatever task you desire. As a simple example, you could create a module that automatically attempts to brute-force usernames and passwords any time a password-handling webpage is identified by the spidering module.

Tutorials ::

 

Installing :: Click Here   
Release Notes :: Click Here

Download ::

Windows :: SpiderFoot v2.1.0x86 (.zip)
Linux/Solaris/BSD :: SpiderFoot v2.10 (.tar.gz)  
Official Website :: http://www.spiderfoot.net/

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