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# autocrawler.rc
# Author: m-1-k-3 (Web: http://www.s3cur1ty.de / Twitter: @s3cur1ty_de)
# This Metasploit RC-File could be used to crawl webapps automatically
# it uses the allready discovered webservers - "services -s http" / "services -s https"
# you could use db_nmap or http_version for discovering the werbservers
# some basic jobhandling to not kill our own machine is included - check the maxjobs and threadspercrawler variables
<ruby>
if (framework.datastore['VERBOSE'] == "true") #we look in the global datastore for a global VERBOSE option and use it
verbose = 1 #true
else
verbose = 0
end
threadspercrawler = "4" #check this ... now its default
# Test and see if we have a database connected
begin
framework.db.hosts
rescue ::ActiveRecord::ConnectionNotEstablished
print_error("Database connection isn't established")
return
end
def jobwaiting() #thread handling for poor guys ...
maxjobs=15 #throttling if we get too much jobs
while(framework.jobs.keys.length >= maxjobs)
::IO.select(nil, nil, nil, 2.5)
print_error("waiting for finishing some modules... active jobs: #{framework.jobs.keys.length} / threads: #{framework.threads.length}")
end
end
framework.db.workspace.hosts.each do |host|
host.services.each do |serv|
next if not serv.host
next if (serv.state != Msf::ServiceState::Open)
next if (serv.name !~ /http/)
if(verbose == 1)
print_line("IP: #{host.address}")
print_line("OS: #{host.os_name}")
print_line("Servicename: #{serv.name}")
print_line("Service Port: #{serv.port.to_i}")
print_line("Service Protocol: #{serv.proto}")
end
run_single("use auxiliary/scanner/http/crawler")
run_single("set MAX_THREADS #{threadspercrawler}")
run_single("set RHOST #{host.address}")
run_single("set RPORT #{serv.port.to_i}")
if(serv.name == "https")
run_single("set SSL true")
else
run_single("set SSL false")
end
if(verbose == 1)
run_single("set VERBOSE true")
run_single("run -j")
else
run_single("run -j -q")
end
run_single("back")
jobwaiting()
end
end
</ruby>