SecLists is the security tester's companion. It's a collection of multiple types of lists used during security assessments, collected in one place. List types include usernames, passwords, URLs, sensitive data patterns, fuzzing payloads, web shells, and many more.
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About SecList

SecLists is the security tester's companion. It's a collection of multiple types of lists used during security assessments, collected in one place. List types include usernames, passwords, URLs, sensitive data patterns, fuzzing payloads, web shells, and many more. The goal is to enable a security tester to pull this repo onto a new testing box and have access to every type of list that may be needed.

This project is maintained by Daniel Miessler and Jason Haddix.

Attribution

  • Adam Muntner (@amuntner) and for the FuzzDB content, including all authors from the FuzzDB project (https://github.com/fuzzdb-project/fuzzdb) [./Fuzzing/*.fuzzdb.txt]
  • Ron Bowes (@iagox86) of SkullSecurity for collaborating and including all his lists here (https://wiki.skullsecurity.org/Passwords)
  • Clarkson University for their research that led to the Clarkson password list [./Passwords/clarkson-university-82.txt]
  • All the authors listed in the XSS with context doc, which was found on pastebin and added to by us
  • Ferruh Mavituna for the beginnings of the LFI Fuzz list
  • Kevin Johnson for Laudanum shells (https://sourceforge.net/projects/laudanum/) [./Web-Shells/laudanum-0.8/]
  • RSnake for fierce DNS hostname list [./Discovery/DNS/fierce-hostlist.txt]
  • Charlie Campbell for Spanish word list, numerous other contributions
  • Rob Fuller (@mubix) for the IZMY list [./Passwords/Leaked-Databases/izmy.txt]
  • Mark Burnett for the 10 million passwords list
  • Steve Crapo for doing splitting work on a number of large lists
  • Thanks to Blessen Thomas for recommending Mario's/cure53's XSS vectors
  • Thanks to Danny Chrastil for submitting an anonymous JSON fuzzing list
  • Many thanks to @geekspeed, @EricSB, @lukebeer, @patrickmollohan, @g0tmi1k, @albinowax, and @kurobeats for submitting via pull requests
  • Special thanks to @shipCod3 for MANY contributions and for a SSH user/pass list
  • Thanks to Samar Dhwoj Acharya for allowing his GitHub Dorks content to be included
  • Thanks to Liam Somerville for the excellent list of default passwords
  • Great thanks to Michael Henriksen for allowing us to include his Gitrob project's signatures
  • Honored to have @Brutelogic's brilliant XSS Cheatsheet added to the Fuzzing section [./Fuzzing/XSS*-BruteLogic.txt]
  • 0xsobky's Ultimate XSS Polyglot [./Fuzzing/Polyglots/XSS-Polyglot-Ultimate-0xsobky.txt]
  • @otih for bruteforce collected user/pass lists [./Passwords/Honeypot-Captures/multiplesources-passwords-fabian-fingerle.de.txt]
  • @govolution for BetterDefaultPassList (https://github.com/govolution/betterdefaultpasslist) [./Passwords/Default-Credentials/*-betterdefaultpasslist.txt]
  • Max Woolf (@minimaxir) for Big List of Naughty Strings (https://github.com/minimaxir/big-list-of-naughty-strings) [./Fuzzing/big-list-of-naughty-strings.txt]
  • Ian Gallagher (@craSH) for HTTP Request Headers [./Miscellaneous/http-request-headers/]
  • Arvind Doraiswamy (@arvinddoraiswamy) for numeric-fields-only [./Fuzzing/numeric_fields_only.txt]
  • @badibouzouk for Domino Hunter (https://sourceforge.net/projects/dominohunter/) [./Discovery/Web-Content/Domino-Hunter/]
  • @coldfusion39 for domi-owned (https://github.com/coldfusion39/domi-owned) [./Discovery/Web-Content/domino-*-coldfusion39.txt]
  • Ella Rose (@erose1337) for security-question-answers (https://github.com/erose1337/penetration_testing/tree/master/data) [./Miscellaneous/security-question-answers/]
  • @D35m0nd142 for LFISuite (https://github.com/D35m0nd142/LFISuite) [./Fuzzing/LFI-LFISuite-pathtotest*.txt]

This project stays great because of care and love from the community, and we will never forget that. If you know of a contribution that is not listed above, please let us know...

Contributing

See CONTRIBUTING.md

Licensing

This project is licensed under the MIT license.

MIT License

NOTE: Downloading this repository is likely to cause a false-positive alarm by your antivirus or antimalware software, the filepath should be whitelisted. There is nothing in Seclists or FuzzDB that can harm your computer as-is, however it's not recommended to store these files on a server or other important system due to the risk of local file include attacks.