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Total Recon

Total Recon will install all the recon tools you need

Tested on Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS (Bionic Beaver)

Currently installing:

  1. Fast web fuzzer (ffuf)
  2. Dirsearch
  3. Findomain
  4. Httprobe
  5. Masscan
  6. Nmap
  7. Sublist3r
  8. WhatWeb
  9. Subjack
  10. Amass
  11. Waybackurls
  12. Meg
  13. GitGraber
  14. getJS
  15. LinkFinder
  16. MassDNS
  17. EyeWitness

Usage:

    ubuntu@recon:~$ chmod +x total_recon.sh
    ubuntu@recon:~$ ./total_recon.sh 
    
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    TotalRecon will install all the recon tools you need
	Tools:
	   0. Install dependencis [GO, Python3, Ruby, Rust, Chromium, etc]
	   1. Fast web fuzzer (ffuf)
	   2. Dirsearch
	   3. Findomain
	   4. Httprobe
	   5. Masscan
	   6. Nmap
	   7. Sublist3r
	   8. WhatWeb
	   9. Subjack
	  10. Amass
	  11. Waybackurls
          12. Meg
          13. GitGraber
          14. getJS
          15. LinkFinder
          16. MassDNS
          17. EyeWitness
	  
	  88. Install all tools
	  99. Exit

	Enter choice [ 1 - 99] 

Note: You need to install the dependencies before installing the tools.

Most of the tools are added to the PATH, you can access them from everywhere in the file system.

Run source $HOME/.bash_profile after running the script, to add tools to PATH.

Contribution

Feel free to add more tools so that the Bug Bounty community can benefit from them.

Thanks

Inspired by @NahamSec

Thanks for all the tool's developers

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