How to do Reconnaissance and Vulnerability Scan Using Red Hawk

Red Hawk is PHP coded tool for information gathering. I think Red Hawk is the best reconnaissance tool nowadays, because, its ability is superb. Red hawk has a lot abilities to do such information gathering, vulnerability scanning, SQL vulnerable detection, CMS detection, ports scan, crawling, etc.

Red_Hawk Features :

Server & Cloudflare detector
robots scanner
CMS Detector
Whois
GEO-IP Scan
NMAP Port Scan
DNS Lookup
SubNet Calculator
Subdomain Finder
Reverse IP Scanner
CMS detection For Sites On the same server.
Parameter Finder
Error based SQLi Detector
Crawler
Basic Crawler {69}
[ – ] Admin scanner
[ – ] Backups Finder
[ – ] Misc. Crawler
Advance Crawler{420}
[ – ] Admin scanner
[ – ] Backups Finder
[ – ] Misc. Crawler

INSTALLATION:

Open the terminal and type following commands,

git clone https://github.com/Tuhinshubhra/RED_HAWK
cd RED_HAWK
php rhawk.php
fix

How to do Reconnaisance and Vulnerability Scan Using Red Hawk
How to do Reconnaisance and Vulnerability Scan Using Red Hawk
How to do Reconnaisance and Vulnerability Scan Using Red Hawk

Type ‘help‘ for additional information or args available.

How to do Reconnaisance and Vulnerability Scan Using Red Hawk
STEP 1 :

Input domain name without http/https, then it will ask you whether the target is http/https, input choice by typing number.

How to do Reconnaisance and Vulnerability Scan Using Red Hawk

Now, wait for red hawk to work, it will consume some times, because it scan a lot details, such Geo IP and Location and HTTP Headers, as below image :

How to do Reconnaisance and Vulnerability Scan Using Red Hawk

Red hawk also do port scanning using nmap.

How to do Reconnaisance and Vulnerability Scan Using Red Hawk

As shown above, red hawk listed port scanning output such open and closed port and it services.

Those are just few result that red hawk could given, it also do SQL Vulnerability scanning error based, etc which i can not display it here all, that could be long. If you have any further questions please post right here: https://www.hacktoday.net

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