Fuzzing 'n' Fooling Wappalyzer
Wapparalyser is a security tool for blue-teams which defeats Wappalyzer, a common red-team tool that uncovers the technologies used on websites.
Wapparalyser was presented at BSides Delhi 2019. The command-line tool is built on Python and it has been completely written from the ground-up, after reverse-enginnering Wappalyzer to it's core and thus, it is highly flexible and automatically adapts without manually inserting any new heuristics/fingerprints. It intercepts all the static detections that Wappalyzer uses in order to camouflage, modify and defeat the tool in real-time. To know more, you can head over to My first security talk — BSides Delhi 2019 Experience. The blog mostly revolves around the journey.
Wapparalyser will have an interactive web-app in near future.
- Emulating services
- Certain tech-stack (e.g. MEAN, LAMP, LAMB, DONKEY?)
- In-built small fuzzer for Wappalyzer
➔ Some additional features
- No website modification or lengthy patches
- Simple user interface and several logging features
- Modes: front-end, back-end & combined
- Emulates any service (currently, 1123)
- Undetectable to attackers
Run the Wapparalyser instance isolated from the rest of your system by using memory-based execution:
curl -sSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/0x48piraj/wapparalyser/master/src/cmdline/cli.py | python