gitGraber: monitor GitHub to search and find sensitive data
gitGraber is a tool developed in Python3 to monitor GitHub to search and find sensitive data for different online services such as Google, Amazon, Paypal, Github, Mailgun, Facebook, Twitter, Heroku, Stripe…
How does it work?
It’s important to understand that gitGraber is not designed to check the history of repositories, many tools can already doing this great. gitGraber was originally developed to monitor and to parse last indexed files on GitHub. If gitGraber find something interesting, you will receive a notification on your Slack channel. You can also use it to have resulted directly on the command line.
In our experience, we are convinced that leaks do not come only from the organizations themselves, but also from service providers and employees, who do not necessarily have a “profile” indicating that they work for a particular organization…
Regex is supposed to be more precise than possible. Sometimes, maybe you will have false-positive, feel free to contribute to improve recon and add new regex for pattern detection.
We prefer to reduce false-positive instead to send a notification for every “standard” API key which could found by gitGraber but irrelevant for a hunter.
git clone https://github.com/hisxo/gitGraber.git cd gitGraber pip3 install -r requirements.txt
Before to start gitGraber you need to modify the configuration file
- Add your own Github tokens : GITHUB_TOKENS = [‘yourToken1Here’,’yourToken2Here’]
- Add your own Slack Webhook : SLACK_WEBHOOKURL = ‘https://hooks.slack.com/services/TXXXX/BXXXX/XXXXXXX’
To start and use gitGraber : python3 gitGraber.py -k wordlists/keywords.txt -q “uber” -s
We recommend creating a cron that will execute the script regularly:
*/10 * * * * cd /BugBounty/gitGraber/ && /usr/bin/python3 gitGraber.py -k wordlists/keywords.txt -q “uber” -s >/dev/null 2>&1
This project is made for educational and ethical testing purposes only. Usage of this tool for attacking targets without prior mutual consent is illegal. Developers assume no liability and are not responsible for any misuse or damage caused by this tool.