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RustScan
bee-san
bee-san commented Oct 18, 2020

RustScan has an accessible mode, rustscan --accessible which should promise not to have any weird ASCII text in it.

Write CI that runs RustScan with --accessible a few times, with different flags / options and check the terminal output to see if it contains one of these:

  1. [!]
  2. [~]
  3. [>]
  4. | {}

If any of these characters appear in any of the tests, fail the CI. E

A security tool for multithreaded information gathering and service enumeration whilst building directory structures to store results, along with writing out recommendations for further testing.

  • Updated Jul 6, 2020
  • Python
ethack
ethack commented Dec 14, 2020

So instead of having to do rita import --config etc/rita.yaml ... we would do rita --config etc/rita.yaml import .... This makes it easier to modify most commands since --config is less likely to change than the rita subcommand. It also makes it possible to create aliases like:

  • alias rita1=rita --config /etc/rita/config1.yaml
  • alias rita2=rita --config /etc/rita/config2.yaml

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Dracnmap is an open source program which is using to exploit the network and gathering information with nmap help. Nmap command comes with lots of options that can make the utility more robust and difficult to follow for new users. Hence Dracnmap is designed to perform fast scaning with the utilizing script engine of nmap and nmap can perform various automatic scanning techniques with the advanced commands.

  • Updated Jan 23, 2018
  • Shell

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