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Application sniffing #1

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KevinJump opened this Issue Jul 28, 2016 · 0 comments

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KevinJump commented Jul 28, 2016

The PageSpeedy Spider now finds sub domains, and tries to work out what is running on them. Because there are so many different applications in local government this is quite some task.

Detections are made using a custom Wappalyzer config. (https://github.com/Jumoo/Jumoo.PageSpeedyPlus/blob/master/config/localgov.services.json) which looks for html, headers and scripts to try to idenfity an application. this isn't the same as the full Wappalyzer detection speedy runs on the main council websites, for sub domains we are just trying to find the specific application it is running

The list of unidentified domains is on the page speedy site http://jumoo.uk/speedy/_alldomains.php

if you think you know what a domain is running, please help us improve our detection, by submitting a pull request on our services.json file or commenting on this issue,

When commenting it would be helpful if you can give us the name of the application, and some form of identifying html snippet that would mean we could find it across other sites that may be running the same software.

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