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Damn Web Scanner : Web Vulnerabilities Scanner

Written by Mubassir patel

Damn Web Scanner

Another web vulnerabilities scanner, this extension works on Chrome and Opera. The extension is working on the background and will notify you if it finds any vulnerability.

Image of a noticiation

Currently it scans for:

  • SQL Injection : Time based SQLi scanner using polyglot vectors (MySQL, SQLite, Oracle, Postgresql, SQL Server)
  • Cross Site Scripting : Using a browser simulator (Ghost)
  • Local File Inclusion
  • Remote Commands Execution using polyglot vectors based on time

All the features are:

  • Detect if the server is up with a “/ping” request
  • New XSS vectors, work in different contexts (JS var, JS function, inside HTML tag, outside HTML tag)
  • Basic page to list the vulnerabilities URL and TYPE
  • Re-use your cookies and user-agent to get access to page with cookie-authentication
  • Export vulnerabilities into a CSV file
  • Launch scan when a form is submitted or a page is opened via the URL bar

Warning : Do not use this extension for illegal purpose, the main goal of it is to simplify the life of bug hunters. It’s a BETA version, many improvements will come don’t worry

Warning : A crash can happen server-side, this issue isn’t resolved yet. The docker-compose.yml is set to automatically restart the docker when this happen..

Install

You need to install and configure the server, it uses ghost and flask.

  1. To get started you only need to start the docker and the dependencies will be installed.
cd server
sudo docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up -d --build
  1. Edit the server configuration By default it’s listening to the port 8000, it can be modified in the following files : popup.js, background.js, docker-compose.yml
var config_server = "http://127.0.0.1:8000";
  1. The extension isn’t packed, to use it go to chrome://extensions or opera://extensions then select “Load unpacked extension”
  2. Browse the internet ! (Don’t forget to start the extension by clicking the ‘START’ button)

You can try the Error SQL, Blind SQL, LFI with Damn Vulnerable Web App. The SQL Injection scanner was also tested on https://pentesterlab.com/badges/essential.
Image of DVWA Result

Debugging

It’s strongly recommended to debug any problem with Portainer using the logs table.

http://127.0.0.1:9000/#/containers/[INSERT HERE THE CONTAINER'S ID]/logs

You will have an output like this :

STDOUT
---[ POST - New parameter rememberme for url: http://[REDACTED]/login.php ]---
		�[94mXSS Failed �[0m for  rememberme  with the payload : jaVasCript:alert(1)//" name=alert(1) ]'"><!--
		�[94mLFI Failed �[0m for  rememberme  with the payload : /etc/passwd
		�[94mSQLi Detected �[0m for  rememberme  with the payload : '
		�[94mTime Based SQLi ( MySQL ) Failed �[0m for  rememberme  with the payload : SLEEP(4) /*' || SLEEP(4) || '" || SLEEP(4) || "*/
		�[94mTime Based SQLi ( SQLite ) Failed �[0m for  rememberme  with the payload : substr(upper(hex(randomblob(55555555))),0,1) /[*' or substr(upper(hex(randomblob(55555555))),0,1) or '" or substr(upper(hex(randomblob(55555555)])),0,1) or "*/
		�[94mTime Based SQLi ( PostgreSQL ) Failed �[0m for  rememberme  with the payload : (SELECT 55555555 FROM PG_SLEEP(4)) /*' || (SELECT 55555555 FROM PG_SLEEP(4)) || '" || (SELECT 55555555 FROM PG_SLEEP(4)) || "*/
		�[94mTime Based SQLi ( OracleSQL ) Failed �[0m for  rememberme  with the payload : DBMS_PIPE.RECEIVE_MESSAGE(chr(65)||chr(65)||chr(65),5) /*' || DBMS_PIPE.RECEIVE_MESSAGE(chr(65)||chr(65)||chr(65),5) || '" || DBMS_PIPE.RECEIVE_MESSAGE(chr(65)||chr(65)||chr(65),5) || "*/
		�[94mTime Based SQLi ( SQL Server ) Failed �[0m for  rememberme  with the payload : WAITFOR DELAY chr(48)+chr(58)+chr(48)+chr(58)+chr(52) /*' || WAITFOR DELAY chr(48)+chr(58)+chr(48)+chr(58)+chr(52) || '" || WAITFOR DELAY chr(48)+chr(58)+chr(48)+chr(58)+chr(52) || "*/
		�[94mRCE Failed �[0m for  rememberme  with the payload : `#'|sleep${IFS}4|'`"|sleep${IFS}4|";sleep${IFS}4

STDERR
* Running on http://0.0.0.0:8000/ (Press CTRL+C to quit)
172.30.0.1 - - [11/Sep/2017 16:04:21] "GET /ping HTTP/1.1" 200 -
172.30.0.1 - - [11/Sep/2017 16:19:05] "GET /?url=http%3A//[REDACTED]/login.php&deep=0&impact=0&cookies=PHPSESSID%3DREMOVED&useragent=Mozilla/5.0%20(X11;%20Linux%20x86_64)%20AppleWebKit/537.36%20(KHTML,%20like%20Gecko)%20Chrome/60.0.3112.90%20Safari/537.36%20OPR/47.0.2631.80&method=POST&data=username%3Abob%7Cpassword%3Abob%7Crememberme%3Aon%7C%3A%7C HTTP/1.1" 200 -
172.30.0.1 - - [11/Sep/2017 16:19:16] "GET /ping HTTP/1.1" 200 -

A “/ping” request is done at every opening of the “Plugin Window” in your browser.

If you need the exact version of the component used in the beta test, here they are.

Ghost.py==2.0.0-dev   
PySide==2.0.0~alpha0
Qt==5.5.1

About the author

Mubassir patel

Mubassir is a founder and developer of this site. He is a computer science engineer. He has a very deep interest in ethical hacking, penetration testing, website development and including all technology topic.

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