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Last Active2003-09-16
DominoHunter-0.92.zip
Posted Sep 16, 2003
Authored by Pierre CARON

Domino Hunter 0.92 is a Lotus Domino web server scanner, written in Perl. It attempts to access default NSF databases, as well as crawl user-defined bases. It tries to enumerate the database structure, enumerate available views, available documents, and ACLs set on documents. It also tries to retrieve documents from available views in order to check if ACLs are correctly set to restrict documents and not views. The scanner works in both anonymous mode or privileged mode if user supplied credentials are supplied to then be passed to the default names.nsf/?Login form.

Changes: Various bug fixes, more verbose of output, and a progress bar has been added. Fast ACL enumeration and various bugfixes.
tags | tool, web, scanner, perl
systems | unix
MD5 | 0decf15695afcb40e2799e83661cba21
DominoHunter-0.91.zip
Posted Aug 5, 2003
Authored by Pierre CARON

Domino Hunter 0.91 is a Lotus Domino web server scanner, written in Perl. It attempts to access default NSF databases, as well as crawl user-defined bases. It tries to enumerate the database structure, enumerate available views, available documents, and ACLs set on documents. It also tries to retrieve documents from available views in order to check if ACLs are correctly set to restrict documents and not views. The scanner works in both anonymous mode or privileged mode if user supplied credentials are supplied to then be passed to the default names.nsf/?Login form.

Changes: Fast ACL enumeration and various bugfixes.
tags | tool, web, scanner, perl
systems | unix
MD5 | 9d1a20f3afbd6d625079db98633f5a96
DominoHunter-0.9.zip
Posted Jun 29, 2003
Authored by Pierre CARON

Domino Hunter is a Lotus Domino web server scanner, written in Perl. It attempts to access default NSF databases, as well as crawl user-defined bases. It tries to enumerate the database structure, enumerate available views, available documents, and ACLs set on documents. It also tries to retrieve documents from available views in order to check if ACLs are correctly set to restrict documents and not views. The scanner works in both anonymous mode or privileged mode if user supplied credentials are supplied to then be passed to the default names.nsf/?Login form.

tags | tool, web, scanner, perl
systems | unix
MD5 | 6abc393845374a05d146c3c2002dd1b2
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