cisco-auditing-tool Usage Example

Scan the host (-h 192.168.99.230) on port 23 (-p 23), using a password dictionary file (-a /usr/share/wordlists/nmap.lst):

root@kali:~# CAT -h 192.168.99.230 -p 23 -a /usr/share/wordlists/nmap.lst

Cisco Auditing Tool - g0ne [null0]

Checking Host: 192.168.99.230


Guessing passwords:

Invalid Password: 123456
Invalid Password: 12345

Packages and Binaries:

cisco-auditing-tool

Perl script which scans cisco routers for common vulnerabilities.

Installed size: 266 KB
How to install: sudo apt install cisco-auditing-tool

  • perl
CAT

Concatenate files and print on the standard output

root@kali:~# CAT --help
/usr/bin/CAT version [unknown] calling Getopt::Std::getopts (version 1.12 [paranoid]),
running under Perl version 5.32.1.

Usage: CAT [-OPTIONS [-MORE_OPTIONS]] [--] [PROGRAM_ARG1 ...]

The following single-character options are accepted:
	With arguments: -h -f -p -w -a -l
	Boolean (without arguments): -i -q

Options may be merged together.  -- stops processing of options.
Space is not required between options and their arguments.
  [Now continuing due to backward compatibility and excessive paranoia.
   See 'perldoc Getopt::Std' about $Getopt::Std::STANDARD_HELP_VERSION.]

Updated on: 2021-Nov-26