IPDump is a python utility for quickly generating reports for IP Addresses, Websites, and domains. I also show you how to save the terminal output to a file. (The tool is made by bruceybonus01)
Current features IPDump
- Geolocation Information
- SSL Certificate Fetching
- WHOIS Information
Here you can find the GitHub page from IPDump
sudo git clone https://github.com/bruceybonus01/IPDump.git cd IPDump pip3 install -r requirements.txt python3 ipdump.py -h
python3 ipdump.py -h usage: ipdump.py [-h] [-l] [-c] [-a] [-p] [-i] [-s] [-w] [-n WORKERS] host positional arguments: host The hostname/IP Address, URL or Domain of the target optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -l, --no-logging Disable logging -c, --no-color Disable colored logging -a, --all Run all tools on the given target -p, --port-scan Enable portscanning on the target -i, --ip-info Fetch information from api-ip.com (contains geographical info) -s, --ssl-cert Retrieves the SSL Certificate of the host -w, --whois Fetch whois information from arin.net (contains domain ownership info) -n WORKERS, --workers WORKERS Number of workers for portscanning
Getting IP Geolocation Information
python3 ipdump.py <IP address> -i
IPDump Getting SSL Certificates
python3 ipdump.py <website address> -s
IPDumpGetting Website WHOIS Information
./ipdump.py <website address> -w
Portscanning a Server with IPDump
python3 ipdump.py imap.gmail.com -p
Save the terminal output to a file
IPDump There is no option to save the file output in the script so we do it manually
Use the sudo -i option to become root
Redirect the output to a file:
SomeCommand: > SomeFile.txt
Or if you want to append data:
SomeCommand: >> SomeFile.txt
To write the output of a command to a file, there are basically 10 commonly used ways.
In this video of IPDump I will show you how to install and how to use it. Furthermore how to generate a report and how to save the file.
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IPDump is a very nice and useful python tool. It is very useful to use to get a good scan and overview quickly. Since it has no option to save the output of the scan, you can do this simply as I described above. But make sure you are root.
If you like to know more about Linux then here is an article I wrote:
Best Linux Commands Hacks and other Cool Tricks for Beginners
Also, a very nice article will be:
ReconCobra Complete Automated pentest
IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER
- This article was written for educational purposes and pentest only.
- The author can not be held responsible for damages caused by the use of these resources.
- You will not misuse the information to gain unauthorized access.
- The information shall only be used to expand knowledge and not for causing malicious or damaging attacks.
- Just remember, Performing any hacks without written permission is illegal ..!
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