RTA (Red Team Arsenal)

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Tool and Usage

Project details

Apache License 2.0
Programming language
Anirudh Anand
Latest release
Latest release date

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Why this tool?

RTA is helpful to automate scanning public resources of a company. As the project name implies, this may be used during red teaming, like a penetration test. That obviously does not limit its use, as it is similarly useful by the blue team.

With its integration with Nessus and other tools, RTA is more of a toolkit. This can be seen in its functionality, like subdomain enumeration and information gathering capabilities.

Usage and audience

RTA is commonly used for information gathering, penetration testing, security assessment, or system enumeration. Target users for this tool are pentesters and security professionals.


  • Can push data to Slack
  • Command line interface
  • Tool allows multiple integrations

Tool review and remarks

The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:


  • + The source code of this software is available


  • - No releases on GitHub available

Author and Maintainers

RTA is under development by Anirudh Anand.


Supported operating systems

RTA is known to work on Linux and macOS.

RTA alternatives

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SubFinder is a subdomain discovery tool. This can be useful to learn more about a particular target and available subdomains.



Wappalyzer is an information gathering tool for web applications and websites. It may be used for security assessments, or simply to look up technology details.


Domain Analyzer

Want to know the information available about a domain? The aptly named tool Domain Analyzer will show you the details.

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