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Vulnx 🕷️ is An Intelligent Bot Auto Shell Injector that detect vulnerabilities in multiple types of Cms

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Vulnx is An Intelligent Bot Auto Shell Injector that detect vulnerabilities in multiple types of Cms, fast cms detection,informations gathering and vulnerabilitie Scanning of the target like subdomains, ipaddresses, country, org, timezone, region, ans and more ...

Instead of injecting each and every shell manually like all the other tools do, VulnX analyses the target website checking the presence of a vulnerabilitie if so the shell will be Injected.searching urls with dorks Tool.


  • Detect cms (wordpress, joomla, prestashop, drupal, opencart, magento, lokomedia)
  • Target informations gatherings
  • Target Subdomains gathering
  • Multi-threading on demand
  • Checks for vulnerabilities
  • Auto shell injector
  • Exploit dork searcher
  • Ports Scan High Level
  • Dns-Servers Dump
  • Input multiple target to scan.
  • Dorks Listing by Name& by ExploitName.
  • Export multiple target from Dorks into a logfile.


To do this,run a scan with the --dns flag and -d for subdomains. To generate a map of, you can run the command vulnx -u --dns -d --output $PATHin a new terminal.

$PATH : Where the graphs results will be stored.


Let's zoom in and look at the Subdomains,MX & DNS Records.



Exploits Running






Available command line options


usage: vulnx [options]

  -u --url              url target
  -D --dorks            search webs with dorks
  -o --output           specify output directory
  -t --timeout          http requests timeout
  -c --cms-info         search cms info[themes,plugins,user,version..]
  -e --exploit          searching vulnerability & run exploits
  -w --web-info         web informations gathering
  -d --domain-info      subdomains informations gathering
  -l, --dork-list       list names of dorks exploits
  -n, --number-page     number page of search engine(Google)
  -p, --ports           ports to scan
  -i, --input           specify domains to scan from an input file 
  --threads             number of threads
  --dns                 dns informations gathering


VulnX in DOCKER !!.

$ git clone
$ cd VulnX
$ docker build -t vulnx ./docker/
$ docker run -it --name vulnx vulnx:latest -u

to view logfiles mount it in a volume like so:

$ docker run -it --name vulnx -v "$PWD/logs:/VulnX/logs" vulnx:latest -u

Install vulnx on Ubuntu

$ git clone
$ cd VulnX
$ chmod +x
$ ./

Now run vulnx

Install vulnx on Termux

$ pkg update
$ pkg install -y git
$ git clone
$ cd vulnx
$ chmod +x
$ ./


example command with options : settimeout=3 , cms-gathering = all , -d subdomains-gathering , run --exploits

vulnx -u --timeout 3 -c all -d -w --exploit

example command for searching dorks : -D or --dorks , -l --list-dorks

vulnx --list-dorks return table of exploits name. vulnx -D blaze return urls found with blaze dork


⚠️ Warning !!

I Am Not Responsible of any Illegal Use

Contribution & License

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VulnX is licensed under GPL-3.0 License **

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