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README.md

Intro

DMitry (Deepmagic Information Gathering Tool)

Conceptual design result of deepmagic brainstorimg session. Coded by kernel.

Downloadable @ http://www.mor-pah.net

As featured in "Gray Hat Hacking : The Ethical Hacker's Handbook".

Greetz

Greetz to... phased, di0aD, wh1sky, high_towe, big dave, mister pand0r, phool312, remedy, number5 and anyone i've missed!

"There be some deep magic going on"

Contents

  1. Version Information
  2. What is DMitry?
  3. Fixes
  4. TO DO
  5. Feature Status
  6. Usage: Command Line Functionality
  7. Contact

see INSTALL text file for installation help.

1. VERSION

DMitry Version "1.3a"

2. What is DMitry?

DMitry (Deepmagic Information Gathering Tool) is a UNIX/(GNU)Linux Command Line program coded purely in C with the ability to gather as much information as possible about a host.

DMitry has a base functionality with the ability to add new functions. Basic functionality of DMitry allows for information to be gathered about a target host from a sim- ple whois lookup on the target to UpTime reports and TCP portscans.

The application is considered a tool to assist in informa- tion gathering when information is required quickly by removing the need to enter multiple commands and the timely process of searching through data from multiple sources.

To get straight into DMitry without reading this document, you can initially type "dmitry target", this will perform the majority of functions on the target.

3. Fixes

Version 1.3a: A Qucik release to address two malloc issues with mailsearch and subsearch. Found that increasing the initalizing size to two rows instead of one resolved this issue. Seems to only appear in newer versions of *BSD. I.e FreeBSD 6.

Version 1.3: Just a quick release to fix the netcraft function output Also fixed the command line typo to include -e Removed the dmitrybot, it will no longer be available

Version 1.2a:

Remodeled the InetWhois function entirely: Now much more reliable and reports errors correctly where possible

Remodeled the InicWhois function entirely: This now allows for most TopLevelDomains from .fr to .uk, .us etc. Output is now sent directly to stdout for the two whois functions There is no longer output concerning DMitry jumping from one server to another. Instead DMitry will use just one server unless there is a referral whois server. This function now no longer uses fpurge() or __fpurge().

Remodeled the Sub Domain Search function, there are no longer any *alloc() problems.

Remodeled the host resolve function, and fixed a bug which caused a dump when an IP address was entered that wouldn't resolve to a hostname.

Version 1.2:

The portscan feature of DMitry isn't so great, gave it a bit of a revamp. Fixed the command line problems with optarg[] the ttl option now works.

Added whois.opensrs.net to the whois list.

Ability to continue if the resolve fails at the start.

Portscan showing filtered ports is no longer a default.

Netcraft OS information is now less dependent on the netcraft output.

Version 1.1:

DMitry is now fully portable to most common GNU/LINUX distributions and to all BSD distributions.

Re-made the Subdomain Search module fixing quite a few search string bugs along with fixing a malloc() problem with some linux distros.

Added a quick feature to allow for a search of www.host if host alone fails (will add an option to skip resolve in a later release)

Modified google.com query string from %22host%22 ("host") to %2Bhost (+host)

Modified google.com format string to locate bold also

Fixed .uk whois bug => reg.nic.uk => whois.nic.uk

4. TO DO:

FIX google subdomain searches (most likely requires CURL to connect over SSL)

FIX Netcraft page reading

5. Feature Status

Fully Working Functions:

-o Save output to %host.txt or to file specified by -o file -i Perform a whois lookup on the IP address of a host -w Perform a whois lookup on the domain name of a host -n Retrieve Netcraft.com information on a host -s Perform a search for possible subdomains -e Perform a search for possible email addresses -p Perform a TCP port scan on a host

  • -f Perform a TCP port scan on a host showing output reporting filtered ports
  • -b Read in the banner received from the scanned port
  • -t 0-9 Set the TTL in seconds when scanning a TCP port ( Default 2 )

Example: dmitry -iwnp -t 7 host.net

Functions:

get_host() get_netcraft() get_nwhois() get_iwhois() get_subdomains() get_emails() portscan()

6. Usage: Command Line Functionality

Check the man page for dmitry for an indepth manual on using DMitry and its functionality. (This requires DMitry to be installed, make install).

% man dmitry

Once fully installed or localy installed the program can simply be executed by the following:

% ./dmitry

The command above alone will list all the possible options that can be passed to it along with a brief explanation.

To execute the program with the default functionality you can simply pass just the hostname to the program as below:

% ./dmitry example-host.com

This will run all the functions with their default settings and will print to the standard output aswell as saving the results to "./example-host.com.txt"

7. Contact

Please contact me with any thoughts or suggestions, Bugs and queries etc.

James@mor-pah.net

James Greig (kernel)

url:http://www.mor-pah.net

kernel-- on undernet.org