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getsploit from Vulners.com

Kirill Isox Ermakov, the founder of Vulners, has recently presented a new open-source tool for searching and downloading exploits – getsploit.

Let’s say we want to pentest some WordPress blog. For example, this website avleonov.com. We can get WordPress version simply using curl:

$ curl -s https://avleonov.com | grep "generator"
<meta name="generator" content="WordPress 4.7.1" />

Ok, let’s get some sploits using this version:

$ sudo apt-get install git
$ git clone https://github.com/vulnersCom/getsploit
Cloning into 'getsploit'...
remote: Counting objects: 32, done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (21/21), done.
remote: Total 32 (delta 13), reused 30 (delta 11), pack-reused 0
Unpacking objects: 100% (32/32), done.
Checking connectivity... done.
$ cd getsploit/
$ ./getsploit.py "title:WordPress AND title:4.7.1"

getsploit

As you can see on the screen shot, getsploit makes a search request to vulners.com: bulletinFamily:exploit AND title:WordPress AND title:4.7.1 and matches objects in Immunity Canvas, DSquare Exploit Pack, Exploit-DB, Metasploit, Packet Storm, Malware exploit database, SAINTexploit™, seebug.org, Vulnerability Lab, 0day.today and Zero Science Lab.

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Have you heard about vulners.com?

Vulners.com is a new search engine for security content.

Vulners.com searching engine

Guys from vulners.com collect vendor security bulletins, lists of vulnerabilities found by researchers,  content of open vulnerability and exploit databases, posts on hack forums and even detection rules from vulnerability scanners. They investigate dependencies among all this entities and provide fast and efficient searching interface. Moreover, you can even automate searching process with Vulners Search API. All for free!

Vulners.com 'Heartbleed' search results

You can read Russian translation of this post on seclab. I can also recommend a great article “Vulners.com, a Shodan of vulnerability data” by Denis Gorchakov.

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