Vulnorator – Linux Based Tool!

Vulnorator is a Linux Based Tool which is written in python.

Github Link For Tool : https://github.com/vaibhavpareek/vulnorator.git

[+] Vulnorator is a Linux based tool written in python.
[+] It can be used to perform initial phases of hacking to compromise any web application.
[+] It helps you to perform methodologies of hacking very easily due to easy interactive user-driven mode.
[+] With the help of this tool you can do information gathering, scanning or enumeration of a target if it is vulnerable to any vulnerability.
[+] It can help you to understand or learn about various vulnerabilities that exist in web applications or websites. According to each category of vulnerability, subcategories are divided with detailed explanations provided by the links to the famous reports or blogs related to that vulnerability.
[+] One of the mode Threat Rator can be used to know about the criticality of each vulnerability as per its category.
[+] This tool is really helpful for the beginners in the cybersecurity to learn about the phases of hacking, to understand the various vulnerabilities and their exploitation.
[+] It can also be used to perform enumeration using some famous tools of Kali Linux like SQLMAP, METASPLOIT and much more.
[+] It has 7 modes where each does something related to hacking and penetration testing.
[+] One of the mode Threat Rator can be used to know about the criticality of each vulnerability as per its category.
[+] This tool is really helpful for the beginners in the cybersecurity to learn about the phases of hacking, to understand the various vulnerabilities and their exploitation.
[+] It can also be used to perform enumeration using some famous tools of Kali Linux like SQLMAP, METASPLOIT and much more.
[+] It has 7 modes where each does something related to hacking and penetration testing.

This tool is specially designed for beginner’s in cybersecurity to get to know about web application vulnerabilities, system hacking via their outdated software risks using tools.

Here in vulnorator in total 22 Categories of vulnerabilities are defined with the help of bugcrowd taxonomy and hackerone’s reports. Each Category is defined in detail with the best resources existing on the internet to master each category. The most difficult part while searching for vulnerability is lack of knowledge about different vulnerabilities except for some common like XSS or sqli. This major issue is resolved in this tool to get complete information about each category from what it is to how to exploit it.

It is a free open source tool designed in python to help each other to grow more as a penetration tester or ethical hacker. This tool guide is distributed in parts in various posts on this website only. The source code for the application would be available soon on the GitHub.

I want to thank all the resource owner’s which I have used in my tool, all my dear friends who have supported me to build something useful for the community.Please support this tool to become far better from what it is now.You are free to give suggestions ,please leave a comment down.If you are a developer or cybersecurity enthusiast then please contribute on these project on Github.

Also share this tool with everyone who asks you how to start in cyber-security.

For each phase, a new post has been created so that it would be easy to read the posts and to understand as well.

Vaibhav Pareek – ( Developer of Vulnorator)

Published by Vulnorator

Vaibhav is a hard-working individual with a smart thought process. He loves to work on web-based projects maybe it is the development of the website, development of penetration testing report. People can approach him for individual or group projects, also with projects he loves to give tech talks. He would be very happy if you could reach him for technical seminars or talks .it will be completely free of cost. Always ready to enhance awareness about the importance of cybersecurity through various platforms. His passion is to learn new and cool stuff. The best quality of his can be the way he presented his work. Most important he is a learner who is always open to new stuff and to gain knowledge. Always feel free to give suggestions to improve this website.

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