Let’s Enumerate + Bonus

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I will be discussing some command line tools which will help the pentesters during their work. Let’s cut the talk and get to the meat.

1) whois

command: whois google.com

whois-1

 

whois-2

whois-3

2) host

command 1: host -h

command 2: host google.com

command 3: host -C google.com

host-1

host-2

host-3

 

 

3) theharvester

command 1: theharvester

command 2: theharvester -d cisco.com -l 20 -b all

theharvester-1

theharvester-2

theharvester-3

theharvester-4

 

 

 

4) netcraft

what is the website running.?

netcraft-1

netcraft-2

netcraft-3

 

 

5) dnsenum

command 1: dnsenum -h

command 2: dnsenum alux.com

dnsenum-1

dnsenum-2

 

6) dnsrecon

command 1: dnsrecon -h

command 2: dnsrecon -d alux.com

dnsrecon-1

dnsrecon-2

 

BONUS: The below commands can be used for performing a search in kali.

1) find

command 1: find –help

command 2: find /usr/share/nmap/scripts -name http* [ /usr/share/nmap/scripts represents the path where the search has been performed ]

find-1

find-2

 

2) locate

command 1: locate /nmap/scripts

command 2: locate whois-ip

command 3: locate whois-ip.nse

locate-1

locate-2

 

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  1. Insightful 🙂 +10

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