SpiderFoot is an open source footprinting tool, available for Windows and Linux. It is written in Python and provides an easy-to-use GUI. SpiderFoot obtains a wide range of information about a target, such as web servers, netblocks, e-mail addresses and more. SpiderFoot’s simple web-based interface enables you to kick off a scan immediately after install – just give your scan a name, the domain name of your target and select which modules to enable.
- Start with a target of more than just domains (Hostnames, IPs, Netblocks, etc.)
- Clean-up back-end data model to be more flexible
- Simultaneous scans
- More threading for faster performance
- Bunch of bug fixes
SpiderFoot is designed from the ground-up to be modular. This means you can easily add your own modules that consume data from other modules to perform whatever task you desire. As a simple example, you could create a module that automatically attempts to brute-force usernames and passwords any time a password-handling webpage is identified by the spidering module.
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