BiLE stands for Bi-directional Link Extraction. It is used in the footprinting process to find non-obvious relationships between different web sites.
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#1. Name BiLE-Public #2. Author Roelof Temmingh #3. License, version & release date License : GPLv2
Version : v1.0
Release Date : Unknown

#4. Description BiLE stands for Bi-directional Link Extraction. It is used in the footprinting process to find non-obvious relationships between different web sites #5. Usage ##5.1 Configuration configure the constants listed in bile-public-ext.pl.

my $GOOGLEPAGECOUNT=5;

  • How many seconds to wait for a page on Google

my $HTTRACKTIMEOUT=60;

  • How long to wait for the mirror of a site to complete

my $HTTRACKTEMPDIR="/tmp";

  • Where to store temporary mirrors

my $HTTRACKCMD="/usr/bin/httrack";

  • The location of the HTTtrack executable

my $GOOGLEKEY="<>";

  • Your Google API key

my $GOOGLE_WSDL="file:GoogleSearch.wsdl";

  • Location of the Google WSDL file

##5.2 run bile-public-ext.pl takes two arguments:

  • argument one: the web site (e.g. www.abc.com)
  • argument two: the output file (where the pairs will be written to)

##5.3 Compute the weights: use bile-public-weigh.pl

  • argument one: the web site
  • argument two: the input file containing the pairs (generated in step one)
  • argument three: the output file - where the weights will be written

#6. Requirements httrack (just about any version would do)
CPAN modules:

  • SOAP::Lite
  • HTML::LinkExtor
    And a valid Google API key (api.google.com).