labsecurity is a tool that brings together python scripts made for ethical hacking, in a single tool, through a console interface.
This software was created for educational purposes, where it is shown how a hacker would access certain information and how to prevent it from happening.
As a labsecurity software developer I will not be held responsible if you use this software for illegal purposes.
This software was created for ethical hacking and educational purposes.
What can labsecurity do
- You can get the information from the headers of a website
- You can get the WordPress version although researching also finds the Jekyll version
- You can scan a public ip
- Can scan ports using nmap
- It can do a lot of cool things
The requirements to use the system is to have the following python modules installed:
colorama requests python-nmap wheel
To install labsecurity on linux run these commands on your Linux Terminal.
git clone https://github.com/dylanmeca/labsecurity cd labsecurity chmod +x *;ls python3 setup.py install
Once done, it begins to install.
to start labsecurity you just have to put the
labsecurity command in the terminal.
To use the labsecurity command you just have to put the
labsecurity command, and once that is done the system console will be loaded.
To obtain information on the commands, you can execute the
help command within the console to obtain information on the main commands. And you can use the
show options command to get information from the other commands.
The project documentation is in: https://dylanmeca.github.io/labsecurity
- Dylan Meca - Initial Work - dylanmeca
You can also look at the list of all contributors who have participated in this project.
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details of our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests.
The license for this project is MIT