Tools starting with F

Looking for new tools to extend your tool box? The top 100 list of best security tools is a great start.

FIR (Fast Incident Response)

FIR is an incident response tool written in the Django framework. It provides a web interface to deal with the creation and management of security-related incidents.


Latest release: python2 [July 5, 2021]

Fail2ban

Fail2Ban is an intrusion prevention software framework that protects computer servers from brute-force attacks


Latest release: 0.11.2 [Nov. 23, 2020]

Faraday

Faraday is collaboration tool for pentest assignments and vulnerability management. It allows integration with a number of other security tools.


Latest release: 3.16.1 [July 2, 2021]

Fierce

Fierce is a security tool that helps with DNS reconnaissance. It can locate non-contiguous IP space, but using DNS information.

Findsploit

Findsploit is a simple script to search both local and online exploit databases. Typically this is used by penetration testers during a security assignment.


Latest release: 2.0 [July 26, 2020]

FireAway

FireAway is a security tool to test the security of a firewall by trying to bypass its rules. It will use different methods to hide data or avoid detection by the firewall itself. This tool can be used for both defensive as offensive security.

FireHOL

FireHOL is promoted as an iptables stateful packet filtering firewall for humans. It also comes with FireQOS, which a bandwidth shaper based on tc.


Latest release: 3.1.7 [Dec. 31, 2020]

Frida

Frida is a toolkit for reverse engineers, security researchers, and developers. It allows them injecting JavaScript to explore and understand the inner workings of applications on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, and others.


Latest release: 15.0.8 [July 14, 2021]

Fuzzapi

Fuzzapi is a security tool to test a REST API using fuzzing. It can be used for security assessments and penetration tests.

fimap

fimap is a tool written in Python to find, prepare, audit, exploit local and remote file inclusion bugs in web applications.

flunym0us

Flunym0us is a security scanner for WordPress and Moodle installations. The tool tests the security of the installation by performing enumeration attempts.

fsociety

The fsociety toolkit is a penetration framework containing other security tools. The project states that is includes all the tools that are used in the Mr. Robot tv series.

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