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README.md

AutoBrowser 4.0

AutoBrowser is a tool written in python for penetration testers. The purpose of this tool is to create report(Json file) and screenshots of http/s based ports on the network. you can choose between analyze Nmap report(XML file -oX) or scan with Nmap, then the tool automaticly Check the results with http/s request on each host using headless web browser, then it would take a screenshot of the response page content.

  • This tool is designed for IT professionals to perform penetration testing.

Proof of concept video from AutoBrowser 4.0

Documentation:

  • positional arguments:

  • analyze - Analyze and browse (Require argument: nmap report location)

  • scan - Scan and browse (Require argument: target host or file)

  • optional arguments:

  • -h, --help - show this help message and exit

  • -p PROJECT, --project PROJECT - project name (folder which contain all the data. default: project)

  • -t TIMEOUT, --timeout TIMEOUT - http request timeout period

  • -w MAX_WORKERS, --max-workers MAX_WORKERS - Max worker processes (Default: 4)

  • --useragent USERAGENT - Set specific user agent

  • --java-enabled - Display Java enviroment

  • --verbose - Show all checks verbosly

  • --proxy PROXY - Relay connections through HTTP/socks5 proxy (Example: socks5://127.0.0.1:8080)

  • --proxy-auth PROXY_AUTH - Set proxy credentials. (Example: username:password)

Examples:

You must to delimiting the values on the CLI arguments via double quotes only!

  • Get argument details of scan method:

python AutoBrowser.py scan --help

  • Scan with Nmap, checks the results and create folder by name project_name verbose via 10 workers:

python AutoBrowser.py scan "192.168.1.1/24" -a="-sT -sV -T3" -p project_name --workers=10

  • Scan a host list via Nmap(like -iL Nmap flag), checks the results and create folder by name project_name and enabling java environment:

python AutoBrowser.py scan file_path.txt -a="-sT -sV -T3" -p project_name --verbose --java-enabled

  • Get the argument details of analyze method:

python AutoBrowser.py analyze --help

  • Analyzing Nmap XML report and create folder by name report_analyze trough a Proxy:

python AutoBrowser.py analyze nmap_file.xml --project report_analyze --proxy="socks5://127.0.0.1:8080"

  • Analyzing Nmap XML report and create folder by name report_analyze trough a Proxy with credentials:

python AutoBrowser.py analyze nmap_file.xml --project report_analyze --proxy="http://127.0.0.1:8080" --proxy-auth="username:password"

  • Analyzing Nmap XML report and create folder by name report_analyze with specify user agent:

python AutoBrowser.py analyze nmap_file.xml --project report_analyze --user-agent="My New UserAgent"

Requirements:

###Linux Installation:

  1. sudo apt-get install python-pip python2.7-dev libxext-dev python-qt4 qt4-dev-tools build-essential nmap
  2. sudo pip install -r requirements.txt

###MacOSx Installation:

  1. Install Xcode Command Line Tools (AppStore)
  2. ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/mxcl/homebrew/go)"
  3. brew install pyqt nmap
  4. sudo easy_install pip
  5. sudo pip install -r requirements.txt

###Windows Installation:

  1. Install setuptools
  2. Install pip
  3. Install PyQt4
  4. install Nmap
  5. Open Command Prompt(cmd) as Administrator -> Goto python folder -> Scripts (cd c:\Python27\Scripts)
  6. pip install -r (Full Path To requirements.txt)
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