echo https://google.com | hakrawler
cat urls.txt | hakrawler
Timeout for each line of stdin after 5 seconds:
cat urls.txt | hakrawler -timeout 5
Send all requests through a proxy:
cat urls.txt | hakrawler -proxy http://localhost:8080
echo https://google.com | hakrawler -subs
Note: a common issue is that the tool returns no URLs. This usually happens when a domain is specified (https://example.com), but it redirects to a subdomain (https://www.example.com). The subdomain is not included in the scope, so the no URLs are printed. In order to overcome this, either specify the final URL in the redirect chain or use the
-subsoption to include subdomains.
Get all subdomains of google, find the ones that respond to http(s), and crawl them all.
echo google.com | haktrails subdomains | httpx | hakrawler
First, you'll need to install go.
Then run this command to download + compile hakrawler:
go install github.com/hakluke/[email protected]
You can now run
~/go/bin/hakrawler. If you'd like to just run
hakrawler without the full path, you'll need to
export PATH="~/go/bin/:$PATH". You can also add this line to your
~/.bashrc file if you'd like this to persist.
Docker Install (from dockerhub)
echo https://www.google.com | docker run --rm -i hakluke/hakrawler:v2 -subs
Local Docker Install
It's much easier to use the dockerhub method above, but if you'd prefer to run it locally:
git clone https://github.com/hakluke/hakrawler cd hakrawler docker build -t hakluke/hakrawler . docker run --rm -i hakluke/hakrawler --help
Kali Linux: Using apt
sudo apt install hakrawler
Then, to run hakrawler:
echo https://www.google.com | docker run --rm -i hakluke/hakrawler -subs
Usage of hakrawler: -d int Depth to crawl. (default 2) -h string Custom headers separated by two semi-colons. E.g. -h "Cookie: foo=bar;;Referer: http://example.com/" -insecure Disable TLS verification. -json Output as JSON. -proxy string Proxy URL. E.g. -proxy http://127.0.0.1:8080 -s Show the source of URL based on where it was found. E.g. href, form, script, etc. -size int Page size limit, in KB. (default -1) -subs Include subdomains for crawling. -t int Number of threads to utilise. (default 8) -timeout int Maximum time to crawl each URL from stdin, in seconds. (default -1) -u Show only unique urls.
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