Github Dorks – Github Security Scanning Tool

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Github search is quite a powerful and useful feature and can be used to search for sensitive data in repositories, this Github security scanning tool comes with a collection of Github dorks that can reveal sensitive personal and/or other proprietary organisational information such as private keys, credentials, authentication tokens and so on.

Github Dorks - Github Security Scanning Tool

github-dork.py is a simple Python tool that can search through your repository or your organisation/user repositories. It’s not a perfect tool at the moment but provides a basic functionality to automate the search on your repositories against the dorks specified in the text file.

You can also check out: Gitrob – Scan Github For Sensitive Files


Installation

This tool uses github3.py to talk with the GitHub Search API.

Clone the repository and run:

Usage

Some example usages are listed below:

You can download Github Dorks here:

Or read more here.

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