Yokoso! – Web Infrastructure Fingerprinting & Delivery Tool

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Yokoso! is a project focused on creating fingerprinting code that is deliverable through some form of client attack. This can be used during penetration tests that combine network and web applications. One of the most common questions we hear is “so what can you do with XSS?” and we hope that Yokoso! answers that question.

We will creating JavaScript and Flash objects that are able to be delivered via XSS attacks. These code payloads will contain the fingerprinting information used to map out a network and the devices and software it contains.

In basic terms Yokoso! is a collection of infrastructure fingerprints. These fingerprints are useful during penetration tests to determine both what infrastructure is in use and to determine who are the admins of that infrastructure. It is built using the URIs of the web administration interfaces.

You can download Yokoso! v0.1 here:

yokoso.0.1.tar.gz

Or read more here.

Posted in: Hacking Tools, Networking Hacking, Web Hacking

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