Eagle: vulnerability scanner

Project Eagle

Project Eagle is a plugin-based vulnerabilities scanner with threading support used for the detection of low-hanging bugs on a mass scale.


  1. CRLF
  2. Sensitive files e.g(.git, info.php ..)
  3. Subdomain takeover
  4. Anonymous FTP login
  5. S3 buckets misconfiguration including automatic takeover and upload
  6. HTTP Request Smuggling
  7. Firebase database misconfiguration
  8. Sensitive information disclosure e.g(API Keys, Secrets ..) including JS files and HTML pages
  9. Missing SPF Records
  10. Path Traversal
  11. PHP-CGI – CVE_2012_1823
  12. Shell Shock – CVE_2014_6271
  13. Struts RCE – CVE_2018_11776
  14. WebLogic RCE – CVE_2019_2725
  15. Confluence LFI – CVE_2019_3396
  16. Ruby on Rails LFI – CVE_2019_5418
  17. Atlassian SSRF – CVE_2019_8451
  18. Apache Httpd mod_rewrite – CVE_2019_10098


  • XSS Detection
  • SSRF Attacks
  • Platform Detection
  • Platform-Based attacks
  • Automatic Login bruteforce
  • Automatic directory bruteforce
  • Parameter gathering and fuzzing
  • Detecting Error messages
  • Ability to select plugins
  • Automatic updates
  • Port Scanning and service detection


git clone https://github.com/BitTheByte/Eagle.git
cd Eagle
python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt



This mode is only for checking online targets

$ python3 main.py -f domains.txt –ping

Basic usage

$ python3 main.py -f domains.txt

domains.txt: is a text file containing hostnames or ips, newline separated

Advanced usage

$ python3 main.py -f domains.txt -w 10 –db output.db.json

domains.txt: is a text file containing hostnames or ips, newline separated
output.db.json: json formated output of the tool (will be used to restore state in future releases)
10: is the number of working threads. keep in mind, workers are able to start workers for their work not limited by this number

Debug (verbose) mode

$ python3 main.py …args -v*?

v: success, warning vv: success, warning, error vvv: all supported messages

Developed and maintained: @BitTheByte Idea: @K4r1it0

Source: https://github.com/BitTheByte/