Pentesting Scanner for SQLi/XSS/LFI/RFI

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v3n0M v4.0.6 – Popular Pentesting scanner in Python3.5 for SQLi/XSS/LFI/RFI and other Vulns

V3n0M is a free and open source scanner. Evolved from baltazar’s scanner, it has adapted several new features that improve fuctionality and usability. It is mostly experimental software.

This program is for finding and executing various vulnerabilities. It scavenges the web using dorks and organizes the URLs it finds. Use at your own risk.

Very useful for executing:
* Metasploit Modules Scans
* LFI, RFI and XSS Scanning[LFI/RFI/XSS] * SQL Injection Vuln Scanner[SQLi] * Extremely Large D0rk Target Lists
* FTP Crawler
* DNS BruteForcer
* Python3.5 Asyncio based scanning

What you hold-
The official adoption of darkd0rker heavily re-coded, updated, expanded and improved upon:
* Brand new, just outta the box!
* Largest and most powerful d0rker online, 18k+d0rks searched over ~ Engines at once.
* Free and Open /src/
* CrossPlatform Python based toolkit
* Version 4.0.6 Released on 14th August 2016
* Licensed under GPLv2
* Tested on: ArchLinux 4.4.6-1, Ubuntu, Debian, Windows, MacOS

Changelog for v4.0.6 Stable, 14th August 2016:
* Re-added LFI, XSS and Other Checks from previous versions.
* Added Self-Updater.
* Improved Search_Ignore list.

Installation Usage from git:

git clone && cd V3n0M-Scanner

sudo pip3 install dnspython3 aiohttp httplib2 socksipy-branch requests url


cd src


cd V3n0M-Scanner
git pull origin master



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  1. looks like you use python2 instead of python3, @real0001

  2. got following error,,

    root@kali:~/V3n0M-Scanner/src# python
    File “”, line 475
    print(“[+] Testing: “, end=’ ‘)
    SyntaxError: invalid syntax

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