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wapiti

Wapiti allows you to audit the security of your web applications. It performs “black-box” scans, i.e. it does not study the source code of the application but will scan the web pages of the deployed web applications, looking for scripts and forms where it can inject data. Once it gets this list, Wapiti acts like a fuzzer, injecting payloads to see if a script is vulnerable.

Wapiti can detect the following vulnerabilities:

  • Database Injection (PHP/ASP/JSP SQL Injections and XPath Injections)
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS) reflected and permanent
  • File disclosure detection (local and remote include, require, fopen, readfile…)
  • Command Execution detection (eval(), system(), passtru()…)
  • XXE (Xml eXternal Entity) injection
  • CRLF Injection
  • Search for potentially dangerous files on the server (thank to the Nikto db)
  • Bypass of weak htaccess configurations
  • Search for copies (backup) of scripts on the server
  • Shellshock
  • DirBuster like
  • Server Side Request Forgery (through use of an external Wapiti website)

Installed size: 1.54 MB
How to install: sudo apt install wapiti

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wapiti

A web application vulnerability scanner in Python

root@kali:~# wapiti -h
Unable to correctly determine your language settings. Using english as default.
Please check your locale settings for internationalization features.
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Wapiti-3.0.4 (wapiti.sourceforge.io)
[*] You are lucky! Full moon tonight.
usage: wapiti [-h] [-u URL] [--scope {page,folder,domain,url,punk}]
              [-m MODULES_LIST] [--list-modules] [--update] [-l LEVEL]
              [-p PROXY_URL] [--tor] [-a CREDENTIALS]
              [--auth-type {basic,digest,kerberos,ntlm,post}] [-c COOKIE_FILE]
              [--skip-crawl] [--resume-crawl] [--flush-attacks]
              [--flush-session] [--store-session PATH] [--store-config PATH]
              [-s URL] [-x URL] [-r PARAMETER] [--skip PARAMETER] [-d DEPTH]
              [--max-links-per-page MAX] [--max-files-per-dir MAX]
              [--max-scan-time SECONDS] [--max-attack-time SECONDS]
              [--max-parameters MAX] [-S FORCE] [-t SECONDS] [-H HEADER]
              [-A AGENT] [--verify-ssl {0,1}] [--color] [-v LEVEL] [-f FORMAT]
              [-o OUPUT_PATH] [--external-endpoint EXTERNAL_ENDPOINT_URL]
              [--internal-endpoint INTERNAL_ENDPOINT_URL]
              [--endpoint ENDPOINT_URL] [--no-bugreport] [--version]

Wapiti-3.0.4: Web application vulnerability scanner

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -u URL, --url URL     The base URL used to define the scan scope (default
                        scope is folder)
  --scope {page,folder,domain,url,punk}
                        Set scan scope
  -m MODULES_LIST, --module MODULES_LIST
                        List of modules to load
  --list-modules        List Wapiti attack modules and exit
  --update              Update Wapiti attack modules and exit
  -l LEVEL, --level LEVEL
                        Set attack level
  -p PROXY_URL, --proxy PROXY_URL
                        Set the HTTP(S) proxy to use. Supported: http(s) and
                        socks proxies
  --tor                 Use Tor listener (127.0.0.1:9050)
  -a CREDENTIALS, --auth-cred CREDENTIALS
                        Set HTTP authentication credentials
  --auth-type {basic,digest,kerberos,ntlm,post}
                        Set the authentication type to use
  -c COOKIE_FILE, --cookie COOKIE_FILE
                        Set a JSON cookie file to use
  --skip-crawl          Don't resume the scanning process, attack URLs scanned
                        during a previous session
  --resume-crawl        Resume the scanning process (if stopped) even if some
                        attacks were previously performed
  --flush-attacks       Flush attack history and vulnerabilities for the
                        current session
  --flush-session       Flush everything that was previously found for this
                        target (crawled URLs, vulns, etc)
  --store-session PATH  Directory where to store attack history and session
                        data.
  --store-config PATH   Directory where to store configuration databases.
  -s URL, --start URL   Adds an url to start scan with
  -x URL, --exclude URL
                        Adds an url to exclude from the scan
  -r PARAMETER, --remove PARAMETER
                        Remove this parameter from urls
  --skip PARAMETER      Skip attacking given parameter(s)
  -d DEPTH, --depth DEPTH
                        Set how deep the scanner should explore the website
  --max-links-per-page MAX
                        Set how many (in-scope) links the scanner should
                        extract for each page
  --max-files-per-dir MAX
                        Set how many pages the scanner should explore per
                        directory
  --max-scan-time SECONDS
                        Set how many seconds you want the scan to last (floats
                        accepted)
  --max-attack-time SECONDS
                        Set how many seconds you want each attack module to
                        last (floats accepted)
  --max-parameters MAX  URLs and forms having more than MAX input parameters
                        will be erased before attack.
  -S FORCE, --scan-force FORCE
                        Easy way to reduce the number of scanned and attacked
                        URLs. Possible values: paranoid, sneaky, polite,
                        normal, aggressive, insane
  -t SECONDS, --timeout SECONDS
                        Set timeout for requests
  -H HEADER, --header HEADER
                        Set a custom header to use for every requests
  -A AGENT, --user-agent AGENT
                        Set a custom user-agent to use for every requests
  --verify-ssl {0,1}    Set SSL check (default is no check)
  --color               Colorize output
  -v LEVEL, --verbose LEVEL
                        Set verbosity level (0: quiet, 1: normal, 2: verbose)
  -f FORMAT, --format FORMAT
                        Set output format. Supported: json, html (default),
                        txt, xml
  -o OUPUT_PATH, --output OUPUT_PATH
                        Output file or folder
  --external-endpoint EXTERNAL_ENDPOINT_URL
                        Url serving as endpoint for target
  --internal-endpoint INTERNAL_ENDPOINT_URL
                        Url serving as endpoint for attacker
  --endpoint ENDPOINT_URL
                        Url serving as endpoint for both attacker and target
  --no-bugreport        Don't send automatic bug report when an attack module
                        fails
  --version             Show program's version number and exit

wapiti-getcookie

A Wapiti utility to fetch cookies from a webpage and store them in the Wapiti JSON format.

root@kali:~# wapiti-getcookie -h
Unable to correctly determine your language settings. Using english as default.
Please check your locale settings for internationalization features.
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usage: wapiti-getcookie [-h] -u URL -c COOKIE [-p PROXY] [--tor]
                        [-a CREDENTIALS]
                        [--auth-type {basic,digest,kerberos,ntlm}] [-d DATA]
                        [-A AGENT] [-H HEADER]

Wapiti-getcookie: An utility to grab cookies from a webpage

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -u URL, --url URL     First page to fetch for cookies
  -c COOKIE, --cookie COOKIE
                        Cookie file in Wapiti JSON format where cookies will
                        be stored
  -p PROXY, --proxy PROXY
                        Address of the proxy server to use
  --tor                 Use Tor listener (127.0.0.1:9050)
  -a CREDENTIALS, --auth-cred CREDENTIALS
                        Set HTTP authentication credentials
  --auth-type {basic,digest,kerberos,ntlm}
                        Set the authentication type to use
  -d DATA, --data DATA  Data to send to the form with POST
  -A AGENT, --user-agent AGENT
                        Set a custom user-agent to use for every requests
  -H HEADER, --header HEADER
                        Set a custom header to use for every requests

Updated on: 2021-Nov-26