XCTR-Hacking-Tools

XCTR Hacking Tools All in one tool for Information Gathering - 6 min read

XCTR Hacking Tools is a collection of great Tools: Dork Finder, Admin Panel Finder, Cms Finder, Reverse Ip, Page Viewer, and a Proxy Finder A Step-by-Step walkthrough..!


Sometimes you come across a tool that is worth mentioning. XCTR Hacking Tools is one of them. In this article and video, I show you the options and how to install this tool.

This tool is written by Hulya Karabag | Mert Beyoglu
Version 1.0.0 All in one tools for Information Gathering.


Initially, you need to create a project where you will save everything.

All of the collected information is saved as “project-name” in the results directory.

You can update user agent and proxy information in the settings section and also update URL, proxy, project name, wordlist, thread numbers.


Features

This tool includes a lot of intresting and amazing tools:

Dork Finder
Admin Panel Finder
CMS Finder
IP History
Reverse IP
Page Viewer
Proxy Finder


Installation 

As you can see the XCTR Hacking Tools is very easy to set up.

git clone https://github.com/capture0x/XCTR-Hacking-Tools/

cd xctr-hacking-tools

pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Install XCTR-Hacking-Tools

XCTR Hacking Tools Usage

sudo python3 xctr.py

Usage XCTRHacking Tools

All results save in results/project-name.

XCTR Hacking Tools will save all the results in a project file as you can see in the image below.


xctr project files

“The Internet and search engine queries will start you on your journey. Learning and developing your capacity to learn independently is a huge step and part of that journey”


The XCTR Hacking Tools


Dork Finder 😍

The dork finder have 2 section. Bing and yandex.

e.g:

*.php?id=

YandexYandex I personally didn’t know this Search Engine. Nice to discover something new.


Yandex

The Dork Finder is a handy tool. In my article “Google Dorks an Easy Way of Hacking” I show what you can do with “Google” Dorks. Really and definitely recommended to read if you are not familiar with Dorks ..!


Dork Finder

Also, I made a list of 10.000 Dorks. You can find that on my GitHub page. “Google helps you to find Vulnerable Websites that Indexed in Google Search Results. Here is the latest collection of Google Dorks. A collection of around 10.000 Dorks ..! This list is regularly updated !..”
Google Dork List


Google Dorks

Admin Panel Finder

In this section, firstly need to choose a wordlist for scanning. Press 2 to change the wordlist and log in.

Url should be https://targetsite.com/ (http or s and / symbol at the end of the url.)

If scanning is slow you will update the proxies. (Press 3 to update)


Admin panel menu

Cms Finder XCTR Hacking Tools

You’ll find cms version from meta name.


cms finder XCTR Hacking Tools

Ip History

This tool displays and save the ip history of the domain.

e.g usage:

targetsite.com

XCTR Hacking Tools IP history

Reverse Ip

With this tool, you can find domains on server.

e.g usage:

212.57.147.54

Reverse Ip

Page Viewer

You can increase the number of page views of the target site.

e.g usage:

https://targetsite.com

XCTR Proxy Finder

This tool finds proxies on free-proxy-list.net and updates proxy.txt on the main directory.


Settings

Number 9 gives you the option to adjust the settings of the tool and projects.


Settings

Video XCTR Hacking Tools

In this video ill show, you how to install and use the XCTR Hacking Tools.


Conclusion XCTR Hacking Tools

As I mentioned above, I think it’s a great tool and can be a good addition to your Tools lists. It is important that if you use the Admin Panel Finder you do not forget to put the “/” after the URL. Otherwise, it won’t work. I personally think the Dork Finder is especially great.


IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER

✓ This Video and Article are made for educational purposes and pentest only.

* You will not misuse the information to gain unauthorized access.

✓ This information shall only be used to expand knowledge and not for causing malicious or damaging attacks…!

Read also the Disclaimer

All the techniques provided in the tutorials on the hackingpassion.com, YouTube channel and on the website hackingpassion.com are meant for educational purposes only.

If you are using any of those techniques for illegal purposes, hackingpassion.com can’t be held responsible for possible lawful consequences.

My goal is to educate people and increase awareness by exposing methods used by real black-hat hackers and show how to secure systems from these hackers.


Finally

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My name is Jolanda de Koff and on the internet, I'm also known as Bulls Eye. Ethical Hacker, Penetration tester, Researcher, Programmer, Self Learner and forever n00b. Not necessarily in that order. Like to make my own hacking tools and I sometimes share them with you. "You can create art & beauty with a computer and Hacking is not a hobby but a way of life ..." I ♥ open source"
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