Skipfish is an active web application security reconnaissance tool. It prepares an interactive sitemap for the targeted site by carrying out a recursive crawl and dictionary-based probes.
The resulting map is then annotated with the output from a number of active (but hopefully non-disruptive) security checks. The final report generated by the tool is meant to serve as a foundation for professional web application security assessments.
- 500+ against Internet targets, 2000+ requests per second on LAN / MAN networks, and 7000+ requests against local instances.
- Automatic word list construction based on site content analysis.
- Heuristic recognition of obscure path and query-based parameter handling schemes.
- Snort style content signatures which will highlight server errors, information leaks or potentially dangerous web applications.
- Bundled security checks are designed to handle tricky scenarios: Stored XSS (path, parameters, headers), blind SQL or XML injection, or blind shell injection.
To Run this Web application security scanner
Step1: To get all the parameters of type skipfish -h
Step2: To scan the target and to write the output in the directory.
It will go on scanning through every request, external/Internal links and statistics.
Once the scan completed it will create a professional web application security assessments.
Output consist of various sections such as document type and Issue type overview.
For scanning Wildcard domains
You need to customize your HTTP requests when scanning big sites.
-H To insert any additional, non-standard headers.
-F To define a custom mapping between a host and an IP.
-d Limits crawl depth to a specified number of subdirectories.
-c Limits the number of children per directory.
-x Limits the total number of descendants per crawl tree branch.
-r Limits the total number of requests to send in a scan.
skipfish also provides the summary overviews of document types and issue types found, and an interactive sitemap, with nodes discovered through brute-force, denoted in a distinctive
Need to specify -e to avoid binary responses for reporting.
- Author: Google Inc, Michal Zalewski, Niels Heinen, Sebastian Roschke
- License: Apache-2.0
Source : GBHackers