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Tool and Usage

Project details

Programming language
Momo Outaadi
Latest release
0.2.1 []

Project health

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Why this tool?

Spaghetti is a light tool that can fingerprint and enumerate common locations in web applications. It is powerful in detection commonly used web frameworks and content management systems (CMS). This makes the tool useful as an additional scanner in your toolkit. From the defensive side, it is good to learn what information is leaked, so additional hardening can be applied.

Background information

Installation steps:

  1. virtualenv Spaghetti
  2. cd Spaghetti/bin
  3. source activate
  4. git clone ttps://
  5. cd Spaghetti
  6. pip install --requirement requirements.txt
  7. python -u -s 0 --verbose

The development of this tool looks to be stalled or stopped.

Usage and audience

Spaghetti is commonly used for penetration testing, vulnerability scanning, or vulnerability testing. Target users for this tool are pentesters and security professionals.

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

Author and Maintainers

Spaghetti is under development by Momo Outaadi.


Supported operating systems

Spaghetti is known to work on Linux.

Spaghetti alternatives

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Wapiti is a security tool to perform vulnerability scans on web applications. It uses fuzzing to detect known and unknown paths, among other tests.

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