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sub6: Web Application Scanner

sub6: web application scanner
Written by Mubassir patel

sub6: Web Applications Scanner

sub6 is a Web Application Scanner. In the past, many popular websites have been hacked. Hackers are now active and always try to hack websites and leak data. This is why security testing of  web applications scanner is very important.

Installation of web applications scanner:

git clone
python    -i list.txt  -o output.txt       -s phpinfo.php	-x 4
                                             <optional>           <optional>   <optional>
	    -i      input  files                  twitterdomains.txt    #if many separate by comma
	    -o      output file                   twitterResult.txt
	    -p      protocol                      http or https
	    -s      suffix                        phpinfo.php           #used to look for ceratin files (CTF mode)
	    -t      Set time out for requests     5                     #in seconds
	    -x      starting index                1:                    #if script stopped , you can resume it with this.
	    -X      To use proxy                  #prompt
	    -R      Follow redirects
	    -H      For Host injection Testing
	    -O      For open redirect  Testing 

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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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