• vi tom_tools
  • put some tools inside the above file
  • cat tom_tools| xargs -n1 -I{} go get github.com/tomnomnom/{}

  • echo$? -- for checking the last command return value

Using Assetfinder

# assetfinder --subs-only sports.yahoo.com | tee -a domain


#cat domain | httprobe -c 50 | tee -a hosts


# meg -v / /in same direcotory as hosts file/

cd out/

grep -Hnri aws_

grep -Hnri secret

find . type f | html-tool tags title

find . type f | html-tool attribs src

vimprev script


VIMENV=prev vim $@


#vi ~/.vimrc

if $VIMENV == 'talk' set background=light let g:solarized_termcolors=256 colo solarized noremap \<Space> :n\<CR> noremap \<Backspace> :N\<CR> else " Trans background hi Normal ctermbg=none hi NonText ctermg=none endif

if $VIMENV == 'prev' noremap \<Space> :n\<CR> noremap \<Backspace> :N\<CR> set noswapfile endif

Using above vimprev script

vimprev $(find . -type f)

Now I can use "space" to move to next file and backspace to move to prev one.

  • We often see many pages return "200 OK" but really they are not.

# grep -Hnri '200 Ok' | grep -v ^index

# grep -lru '200 OK' | grep -v ^index | xargs -n1 ls -la

# grep -lru '200 OK' | grep -v ^index | xargs -n1 ls -la | sort -k5,5

Now above output will sort according to length so you can check for interesting length which

# find . -type f -exec cat {} \; | sort --version-sort -u | wc

# find . -type f -exec cat {} \; | sort --version-sort -u | vim -

Using tok

Break stream of inputs into words.

# find . -type f -exec cat {} \; | tok | vim -

:%!sort -u --version-sort

to sort them unique

-> then you can grep any interesting word in the host folder to check easily where it belongs and check further from here.

Deal with a very large file

  • Sort the file first in vim %!sort -u --version-sort

cat urls | urlinteresting | vim -

To check for subdomain takeover

# cat domains | while read domain; do host -t CNAME $domain; done | grep -i azure