SpiderFoot 2.6.1 is a small bug fix release
New Modules / Data Sources This release introduces a new module and data sources: sfp_vuln: A number of services and researchers out there scan public-facing sites for vulnerabilities and publish them, or accept vulnerability submissions from security researchers. This module scans XSSposed.com and PunkSpider.org for mentions of your scan target (domain names and hostnames). sfp_pastes: […]
New Modules This release introduces a new module – sfp_hosting – which looks up IP addresses identified during your scan to determine whether they are part of known hosting provider blocks such as Amazon and others. Bug fixes A number of people reported JSON errors from the sfp_coderepo module. This has now been fixed.
Introduction One of the most interesting things about performing reconnaisance/footprinting is the wealth of information that starts to flow in about your target from the many and varied data sources on the internet. Performing reconnaisance manually is time consuming and often tedious, but there are also challenges with automating it: Many search engines will present […]