hackerEnv is an automation tool that quickly and easily sweeps IPs and scan ports, vulnerabilities, and exploit them. Then, it hands you an interactive shell for further testing. Also, it generates HTML and Docx reports. It uses other tools such as Nmap, Nikto, Metasploit and hydra. Works in Kali Linux and Parrot OS. Do not run it in Qterminal, works in gnome-terminal, terminator, and tmux. I am adding features and vulnerabilities exploits consistently. Also, soon there will be a GUI version. This tool was NOT coded by a professional, "I do not know what I am doing". By running this program, you are agreeing on NOT running it against any public, corporate or unauthorized networks. Performed only when you have the authorization to do. Greetz to @R2k4n
apt update; apt upgrade -y
cd /opt/ git clone https://github.com/abdulr7mann/hackerEnv.git cd /opt/hackerEnv chmod +x hackerEnv
If you want to use it anywhere on the system, create a shortcut using:
ln -s /opt/hackerEnv/hackerEnv /usr/local/bin/
Usage: hackerEnv <flag> <argument> Examples: hackerEnv -t 10.10.10.10 hackerEnv -t "10.10.10.10\n220.127.116.11" hackerEnv -t 10.10.10.10 -i eth0 hackerEnv -i eth0 -s 24 hackerEnv -s 24 Flages: hackerEnv -h, --help Display this help message. hackerEnv --update Update tool. hackerEnv Scan the entire network. hackerEnv -t Pass a specific target's IP. hackerEnv -t Pass mutipule targets' IPs e.g. hackerEnv -t "10.10.10.10\n18.104.22.168" hackerEnv -i To specify an interface. hackerEnv -a Pass attacker's IP. hackerEnv -s To specify subNetwork 24 or 23 etc. exclude / hackerEnv -e, --aggressive Enable aggressive port scan hackerEnv -oA genetrate report in HTML and DOCX format
Visit page: https://github.com/abdulr7mann/hackerEnv
In Gnome terminal
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