Tools starting with I

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

ident-user-enum

ident-user-enum is a Perl script to query the ident service, which runs on TCP port 113. It tries to figure out the owner of running processes on the target.

IKEForce

IKEForce is a command line utility to brute force VPN connections (IPSEC) that allow group name/ID enumeration and XAUTH.

Infection Monkey

The Infection Monkey is a security tool to test the resiliency of a data center or network. It tries to breach the perimeter and infect any internal server. Upon success, it reports the status to the centralized Monkey Island server. This tool can help with automating security assessments or perform a self-assessment.


Latest release: 1.6.3 [May 21, 2019]

Infoga

Infoga is a tool to gather email information from different public sources (search engines, pgp key servers, etc).

iniscan

Iniscan is a security tool to parse the configuration of PHP and provide guidance on best practices. It provides a pass/fail type of output.

inSp3ctor

The inSp3ctor tool helps to find S3 buckets and objects on Amazon's AWS platform. Read the review and see how it works.

InstaRecon

InstaRecon is a security tool that can help with the reconnaissance phase of a penetration test. It can collect a number of data points with limited input.

Intrigue Core

Intrigue Core is a security framework to help with automated attack surface discovery. It can be used both as an offensive or defensive tool.

iptables

The iptables tool is the userspace command line program part of the netfilter project. Since Linux 2.4 it is the standard packet filtering engine. Among standard traffic filtering, it can be used for Network Address Translation (NAT).

itsdangerous

Itsdangerous is a toolkit with various helpers to pass trusted data to untrusted environments. It does achieve this by digitally signing the related data.


Latest release: 1.1.0 [Oct. 27, 2018]

IVRE

IVRE is a framework to perform reconnaissance for network traffic. It leverages other tools to pull in the data and show it in the web interface.


Latest release: 0.9.13 [June 25, 2019]
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