RouterSploit alternatives

Looking for a better tool, or simply want to learn about alternatives? There is typically more than one option.

Alternatives (by tag)

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Alternative: BeEF

The Browser Exploitation Framework (or BeEF) is a penetration testing tool that focuses on the web browser.

BeEF is used by penetration testers to assess the security of a system by leveraging the web browser. This makes the tool different to many other tools, as it ignores the security on network or system level. It uses command modules from within the web browser to perform requested attacks against the system.

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Alternative: Metasploit Framework

Metasploit is a framework that consists of tools to perform security assignments. It focuses on the offensive side of security and leverages exploit modules.

Project details

Metasploit Framework is written in Ruby.

Strengths

  • + More than 400 contributors
  • + More than 9000 stars
  • + Many maintainers
  • + The source code of this software is available
  • + Supported by a large company
  • + Well-known tool

Typical usage

  • penetration test
  • security assessment
  • vulnerability scanning

Metasploit Framework project page

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Alternative: Pupy

Pupy is an open source remote administration and post-exploitation tool. It is mainly written in Python and works Androi, Linux, macOS, and Windows.

Project details

Pupy is written in Python.

Strengths

  • + The source code of this software is available

Typical usage

  • penetration test
  • security assessment

Pupy project page

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Alternative: Ruler

Ruler is a security tool that interacts with Exchange servers remotely. It uses either the MAPI/HTTP or RPC/HTTP protocol, with the goal to gain a remote shell.

Project details

Ruler is written in Golang.

Strengths

  • + The source code of this software is available

Typical usage

  • penetration test
  • security assessment

Ruler project page

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Alternative: sqlmap

The sqlmap performs automatic SQL injection and can take over a database. It is a valued tool for pentesters and those who want to test their web applications.

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Alternative: Dockerscan

Dockerscan is a Docker toolkit for security analysis which includes attacking tools. It is more focused on side of the offensive than defensive.

Project details

Dockerscan is written in Python.

Strengths

  • + More than 500 GitHub stars
  • + The source code of this software is available

Typical usage

  • information gathering
  • security assessment
  • vulnerability scanning

Dockerscan project page

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Alternative: evilredis

The evilredis tool is an offensive security program for pentesting Redis databases. It can scan the target and perform different actions on it.

Project details

evilredis is written in Node.js.

Strengths

  • + The source code of this software is available

Typical usage

  • security assessment
  • vulnerability scanning

evilredis project page

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Alternative: OWTF (Offensive Web Testing Framework)

The OWTF project (Offensive Web Testing Framework) unites tools for penetrating testing. Most parts are written in Python.

OWTF is short for Offensive Web Testing Framework and it is one of the many OWASP projects to improve security.

Project details

OWTF is written in Python.

Strengths

  • + More than 25 contributors
  • + More than 500 GitHub stars
  • + The source code of this software is available

Typical usage

  • penetration test
  • security assessment

OWTF project page

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Alternative: Pyersinia

Pyersinia is a tool like Yersinia and can perform network attacks such as spoofing ARP, DHCP DoS , STP DoS, and more. It is written in Python and uses Scapy.

Project details

Pyersinia is written in Python.

Strengths

  • + The source code of this software is available

Typical usage

  • network analysis
  • penetration test
  • security assessment

Pyersinia project page