Yuki Chan – Automated Penetration Testing Tool


Yuki Chan is an Automated Penetration Testing Tool that carries out a whole range of standard security auditing tasks automatically. It’s highly recommended to use this tool within Kali Linux OS as it already contains all the dependencies.

Yuki Chan - Automated Penetration Testing Tool


This tool is only designed for Linux OS so if you are not using Linux OS it won’t be much use, but if you have Android Smartphone or Tablet you can run this tool via Termux or GNURoot Debian.

There are some other tools that attempt to string together popular hacking tools like Yuki Chan does to automate at least some part of the penetrating testing process such as:

Sn1per – Penetration Testing Automation Scanner
Fast-Track 4.0 – Automated Penetration Testing Suite

Features of Yuki Chan Automated Penetration Testing Tool

The standard functions performed by this tool out of the box are:

  • Automated
  • Intel Gathering
  • Vulnerability Analysis
  • Security Auditing
  • OSINT
  • Tracking
  • System Enumeration
  • Fuzzing
  • CMS Auditing
  • SSL Security Auditing

Modules in Yuki Chan for Automated Pen-Testing

You can download Yuki Chan for Automated Pen Testing here:

Yuki-Chan-The-Auto-Pentest-master.zip

Or read more here.

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