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Looking for new tools to extend your tool box? The top 100 list of best security tools is a great start.
Gitem is a reconnaissance tool to extract information about organizations on GitHub. It can be used to find the leaking of sensitive data.
Latest release: 0.6.1 [Feb. 7, 2018]
Gitrob is a security tool to find sensitive information on GitHub. During the audit, it may detect passwords, API keys, or other secrets.
Latest release: 1.1.2 [April 9, 2017]
Glastopf is a honeypot for web applications. It is written in Python and collects all kind of attacks against it for further analysis.
Gophish is an open source phishing toolkit. Its focus is on businesses and penetration testers to test security awareness and security policies.
Latest release: 0.5.0 [Jan. 27, 2018]
Graudit is a security tool to perform static code analysis by using the grep tool. It is a lightweight solution to find common issues in code.
Latest release: 2.1 [April 5, 2017]
- Heralding (honeypot to catch credentials)
- ZGrab (banner grabbing tool)
- testssl.sh (TLS/SSL configuration scanner)
- WhatWeb (website fingerprinter)
- vallumd (distributed ipset blacklist for iptables)
- Nikto (web application scanner)
- sslcaudit (auditing tool for SSL/TLS clients)
- SCUTUM (ARP filtering)
- VHostScan (virtual host scanner)
- OpenSSL (TLS and SSL toolkit)
- SSHsec (SSH configuration scanner)
- not24get (password quality checker)
- swap_digger (data excavation tool for Linux swap)
- Trawler (data collection framework for phishing results)
- VulnFeed (vulnerability feed parser)
- Metagoofil (information gathering tool)
- Certigo (certificate validator tool)
- Exploit Pack (penetration testing framework)
- Oscanner (Oracle assessment framework)
- Dionaea (honeypot)
- Kube-Bench (security benchmark testing for Kubernetes)
- Thug (low-interaction honeyclient)
- NoSQLMap (database enumeration and exploitation)