14 November 2007 | 8,459 views

Inguma 0.0.5 Released for Download – Penetration Testing Toolkit

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Inguma is a free penetration testing and vulnerability discovery toolkit entirely written in python. Framework includes modules to discover hosts, gather information about, fuzz targets, brute force usernames and passwords, exploits, and a disassembler.

We did mention it back in August when it first hit the streets.

With new QT interface:

Inguma Interface

If you haven’t used it for a while there’s a WHOLE lot of new stuff, it was pretty basic when we first mentioned it but it’s fairly comprehensive now with the addition of a disassembler, a fuzzer, a bunch of libraries, exploits and brute-forcers.

Most of the bugs have been fixed so it’s pretty stable.

You can download Inguma 0.0.5 here:


Or read more here.


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9 Responses to “Inguma 0.0.5 Released for Download – Penetration Testing Toolkit”

  1. CG 15 November 2007 at 4:14 am Permalink

    excellent, i’ll have to check the new version out. i downloaded and installed one of the previous versions and it was…ok…alot of potential though. i’d personally rather see any exploits ported to metasploit, specially the oracle ones but cant blame someone for creating a toolkit they actually use.

  2. Goodpeople 15 November 2007 at 12:26 pm Permalink

    Nice piece of work. Offcourse it’s still in the alpha-stage, but it is very promising.

    I agree with CG that it would be nice if the exploits were also ported to metasploit, but even if that doesn’t happen, we use so many different tools already, this one will most likely make it to many security professionals standard toolkit.

    Keep up the good work!

  3. Pantagruel 15 November 2007 at 2:12 pm Permalink

    Works like a charm.

    Ran it yesterday on a test rig and when combined with Metasploit you have got one hell of a pen test setup.
    Like -CG- and -Goodpeople- mention, porting to metasploit would be very welcome, but I guess any security pro/pen tester will use a set of tools and not limit his/herself to just one tool.

  4. dirty 16 November 2007 at 1:10 am Permalink

    Havent got a chance to test this but been following the development…i need more lab time…less paperwork time ,jk

  5. Goodpeople 19 November 2007 at 11:20 pm Permalink

    Tried installing it under Cygwin, but the archive seems to be corrupt. Will try in a native linux environment someday soon.

  6. Pantagruel 21 November 2007 at 9:12 pm Permalink


    I used OpenSuse 10.3 and met the requirements, cli worked without a hicth (haven’t tried QTgui)

  7. dirty 29 November 2007 at 11:27 pm Permalink

    Inguma 0.0.6 released

    Just thought I would share the news…….

  8. Darknet 30 November 2007 at 7:57 am Permalink

    dirty: Yeah was announced on 27/11 I have the draft for it already :)

  9. Sir Henry 14 December 2007 at 6:33 pm Permalink

    I have used Inguma while working on my own Python scan tool and found it to be very intelligent work. The modules are concise and are a standard by which to code in python.