project-black: Pentest/BugBounty progress control with scanning modules
Scope control, scope scanner and progress tracker for easier working on a bug bounty or pentest project
Anatoly Ivanov of Positive Technologies
What is this tool for?
The tools encourage more methodical work on pentest/bugbounty, tracking the progress and general scans information.
It can launch
against the scope, you work on and store the data in a handy form. Perform useful filtering of the project’s data, for instance:
- find me all hosts, which have open ports, but not 80
- find me all hosts, whose ips start with 82.
- find me, hosts, where dirsearch has found at least 1 file with 200 status code
How to work?
After a setup, create a project and head to the respective page.
Now we will follow the basic steps which you can do within the application
Let’s say we are assessing hackerone.com and all its subdomains. Write
hackerone.com into the
add scope field and press
Add to scope
Entrypoint has been added.
There are other ways to add scope, see wiki
Quick note on working
All of the tasks can read parameters from the user, however, lauching with some options won’t diplay any new result as it is pretty difficult to parse all possible outputs of a program. So to start, try working duplicating the options from this manual.
Available options can be found on this page
Click the blue button
A popup with parameters will appear.
It is recommended to click the
All_top_level_domains check box and in argv enter
-ip and click
This would launch
amass -d hackerone.com -ip. Note that in this case we did not specify any domain. This is beacause the
All_top_level_domains check box means looking into the scope which is stored in the database. So the program sees that
hackerone.com was added to the scope and launches
amass against it.
Upon finishing, the new data is automatically added to scope.
Start masscan and nmap
Now head to
IPs tab. Click the already known button
Launch task and choose
We will launch a quick scan, using the button
Top N ports. This autocompletes the
argv parameter. Press
Results are automatically downloaded from the database.
Launch task and choose
nmap only open. This will find all the open ports which exist in the database and run nmap only against them.
Detected banner will automatically appear
Launch dirsearch against all ips and all open ports (both HTTP and HTTPS would be tried)
IPs tab click
Launch task and select
dirsearch. Fill in extenstions you want to try and click
You can launch dirseach agains hosts (not ips) on the
Note on dirsearch
If there are no ports, dirsearch won’t even start. So first, make sure you launched nmap or masscan to discover open ports.
There are generally three ways to check the results:
- IPs/Hosts list
- IP/Host details
- Dirsearch list
IPs and Hosts list
Those are two tabs. They work the same way so we will stop on Hosts.
You can see a list of hosts, their ports and files. Also you can edit a comment for that host.
Important part here is filtering box.
You can aggregate different filters using the field shown above. Type the filter you want (there is a helper for that) and press Shift + Enter
You can also view details on a specific host or ip. Press button with the glasses
There you will see dirsearch result for every open port on that host
Dirsearch list button will open a new window showing all found files for every dirsearch which was launched in this project.
Launching tasks against specific scope
IPs and Hosts
Launch task are different! The button on IPs page will start against all ips within the current project, meanwhile the button on the Hosts page will launch against hosts.
To launch a task against some hosts, you should
- Filter the hosts
- Launch the task
Some filters have been applied. If we now launch dirsearch, it will be launched against hosts which correspond to the used filters.
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