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CMSScan

Scan WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, vBulletin websites for Security issues.

platform License python Rawsec's CyberSecurity Inventory

Made with Love in India

CMSScan provides a centralized Security Dashboard for CMS Security scans. It is powered by wpscan, droopescan, vbscan and joomscan. It supports both on demand and scheduled scans and has the ability to sent email reports.

Install

# Requires ruby, ruby-dev, gem, libwww-perl, python3.6+ and git
git clone https://github.com/ajinabraham/CMSScan.git
cd CMSScan
./setup.sh

Run

./run.sh

Periodic Scans

You can perform periodic CMS scans with CMSScan. You must run CMSScan server separately and configure the following before running the scheduler.py script.

# SMTP SETTINGS
SMTP_SERVER = ''
FROM_EMAIL = ''
TO_EMAIL = ''

# SERVER SETTINGS
SERVER = ''

# SCAN SITES
WORDPRESS_SITES = []
DRUPAL_SITES = []
JOOMLA_SITES = []
VBULLETIN_SITES = []

Add a cronjob

crontab -e
@weekly /usr/bin/python3 scheduler.py

Basic Auth

By default there is no authentication. To enable basic auth, configure the following in app.py

app.config['BASIC_AUTH_USERNAME'] = 'admin'
app.config['BASIC_AUTH_PASSWORD'] = 'password'
app.config['BASIC_AUTH_FORCE'] = True

Docker

Local

docker build -t cmsscan .
docker run -it -p 7070:7070 cmsscan

Prebuilt Image

docker pull opensecurity/cmsscan
docker run -it -p 7070:7070 opensecurity/cmsscan

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