Git Scanner: A tool for targeting websites that have open .git repositories available in public

Git Scanner: A tool for targeting websites that have open .git repositories available in public

Git Scanner Framework is a tool can scan websites with open .git repositories for Bug Hunting/ Pentesting Purposes and can dump the content of the .git repositories from webservers that found from the scanning method. This tool works with the provided Single target or Mass Target from a file list.

Installation of Git Scanner

- git clone https://github.com/HightechSec/git-scanner
- cd git-scanner
- bash gitscanner.sh

or you can install in your system like this

- git clone https://github.com/HightechSec/git-scanner
- cd git-scanner
- sudo cp gitscanner.sh /usr/bin/gitscanner && sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/gitscanner
- $ gitscanner

Git Scanner Usage

  • Menu’s
    • Menu 1 is for scanning and dumping git repositories from a provided file that contains the list of the target url or a provided single target url.
    • Menu 2 is for scanning only a git repositories from a provided file that contains the list of the target url or a provided single target url.
    • Menu 3 is for Dumping only the git repositories from a provided file that contains list of the target url or a provided single target url. This will work for the Maybe Vuln Results or sometimes with a repository that had directory listing disabled or maybe had a 403 Error Response.
    • Menu 4 is for Extracting files only from a Folder that had .git Repositories to a destination folder
  • URL Format
  • Extractor
    • When using Extractor, make sure the location of the git repositories that you select is correct. Remember, The first option is for inputting the Selected git repository and the second option is for inputting the Destination folder

Requirements

curl
bash
git
sed

Todos

  • Creating a Docker Images if it’s possible
  • Adding Extractor on the next Version Added in version 1.0.2#beta but still experimental.
  • Adding Thread Processing Multi Processing (Bash doesn't Support Threading)

Changelog

All notable changes to this project listed in this file

Credits

Thanks to: