0d1n – Web HTTP Fuzzing Tool

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0d1n is an open source web HTTP fuzzing tool and bruteforcer, its objective is to automate exhaustive tests and search for anomalies (you know, vulnerabilities). 0d1n can increase your productivity following web parameters, files, directories, forms and other things.

0d1n - Web HTTP Fuzzing Tool

Od1n is written in C and uses libcurl for performance.

Features

Some of the features of 0d1n are:

  • Brute force passwords in auth forms
  • Directory disclosure (use PATH list to brute, and find HTTP status code)
  • Test list on input to find SQL Injection and XSS vulnerabilities

Requirements

To run 0d1n requires:

  • GCC
  • make
  • libcurl –
  • Current version tested only Unix Like systems (Linux, MacOS and *BSD)

For examples on usage and stuff check the presentation here: 0d1n Web Hacking Tool [PDF]

You can download Od1n here:

0d1n-master.zip

Or read more here.

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