20 July 2011 | 12,662 views

exploitdbee.py – Easily Search For Exploits In BackTrack’s Exploitdb (files.csv).

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This is a simple Python tool to help you search for exploits in the BackTrack Exploit Database.

Features

  • Search the exploitdb archive
  • Case sensitive & insensitive
  • Change output mode
  • Automatically copy your exploits

Requirements

  • python (tested with python 2.7.1 and 2.5.2)
  • local exploitdb (pre-installed on BackTrack Linux)

Usage

You can download exploitdbee.py v1.0 here:

exploitdbee.py

Or read more here.



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3 Responses to “exploitdbee.py – Easily Search For Exploits In BackTrack’s Exploitdb (files.csv).”

  1. s3my0n 20 July 2011 at 5:59 pm Permalink

    MUCH better tool (getsploits.py) with more options can be found here:

    http://forum.intern0t.net/hacking-tools-utilities/3126-getsploits-search-exploit-db-com-database-command-line.html

    Don’t know why it isn’t on the post instead of exploitdbee …

    • Darknet 21 July 2011 at 7:29 am Permalink

      No one told us about it – how are we supposed to know?

      • s3my0n 21 July 2011 at 6:40 pm Permalink

        lol yeah that’s a valid point :)

        Maybe include it in the next post? :P