30 October 2013 | 3,532 views

FoxOne Free OSINT Tool – Server Reconnaissance Scanner

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FoxOne is a free OSINT tool, described by the author (th3j35t3r) as a Non-Invasive and Non-Detectable Server Reconnaissance Scanner.

Bypassing API limitations and currently detecting 6500+ vulnerable server paths/files – without ever touching the target server. Very good for getting hold of intel on a given domain (example.com). The intel gained serves both as actionable in the sense that it could be directly used to help root a box, while at the same time giving a good overview of stuff thats present on the box and where it is within the directory structure.

FoxOne Scanner creates a report and dumps it on your Desktop.

Features

  • Anti False-Positive Measures
  • Bot Stealth Measures
  • Modular Framework for easy importing of new modules.

Requirements

  • MySQL Server
  • PHP5
  • PHP-GD Library
  • PHP-MySQL
  • Festival (text to speech)

Installation

1). Create a MySQL database anywhere (localhost is fine).
2). Import ‘foxone.sql’ into the database you just created.
3). Edit ‘foxone’ adding the details of the database you just setup.

You can download FoxOne Scanner here:

foxone.zip



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2 Responses to “FoxOne Free OSINT Tool – Server Reconnaissance Scanner”

  1. 2 31 October 2013 at 11:01 pm Permalink

    Download this .zip file from the jester. Really?

    • Darknet 1 November 2013 at 12:12 am Permalink

      If you don’t know how to vet files and keep yourself safe running executables from suspicious parts of the Internet, this probably isn’t the site for you.