PYHAWK SIMPLE CRAWLING TOOL



pyHAWK is a simple crawling tool. It crawls the filesystem or a directory looking for interesting stuff like SSH Keys, Log Files, Sqlite Database, password files, etc. pyHAWK uses a fast filesystem crawler to look through files recursively and then sends them for analysis in real time and presents the data in both json format and simple console output. The tool is built with a modular approach making it easy to use and easily extensible.
  • Scans directory for interesting file types
  • Outputs them to the screen
  • Supports many file types

Features

  • Scans directory for intresting file types
  • Outputs them to the screen
  • Supports many file types

Installation Instructions

The installation is easy. Git clone the repo and run go build.
git clone https://github.com/MetaChar/pyHAWK
python2 main.py

Usage

To set a Directory use -d or --directory
python2 main.py -d <directory>

File Extensions

Cryptography

  • .pem
  • .pkcs12
  • .p12
  • .pfx
  • .asc
  • .jks
  • .keychain

Password Files

  • .agilekeychain
  • .kwallet
  • .bek
  • .tpm
  • .psafe3

Database Files

  • .sdf
  • .sqlite
  • .fve
  • .pcap
  • .gnucash
  • .dayone
  • .mdf

Misc Files

  • .log

Config Files

  • .cscfg
  • .rdp
  • .tblk
  • .ovpn

File Names

Password Files

  • credentials.xml
  • robomongo.json
  • filezilla.xml
  • recentservers.xml
  • ventrilo_srv.ini
  • terraform.tfvars
  • secret_token.rb
  • carrierwave.rb
  • omniauth.rb
  • settings.py
  • database.yml

Database Files

  • journal.txt
  • Favorites.plist

Misc Files

  • root.txt
  • users.txt
  • passwords.txt
  • login.txt

Config Files

  • jenkins.plugins.publish_over_ssh.BapSshPublisherPlugin.xml
  • LocalSettings.php
  • configuration.user.xpl
  • knife.rb

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