Penetration Tester's Zsh
Deprected project. New project: CryptoZSH
Goal: make the life of a hacker / penetration tester faster, more convinient, transparent and efficient.
Usability features: tor trigger (ton/tof), external ip check, tor check... and more to be added.
Works on Debian if the dependencies are met or on Kali "out of box". If the dependencies are not met, the functions will still run, but outputs will be empty or you get an alert.
cd /tmp/ && git clone https://github.com/51x/PTZ && cd PTZ && cp profile_files/.* -R ~/ && cd
Using only the pentest functions can be done by including just: pentest_functions.zsh If you want also the notes/knowledge database, you should add the v3das folder to you ~/.ptz/ folder.
General function of PTZ
pawnpls - Automatically enumerate and start predefined attacks such as brute force. Output goes to ~/.ptz/$target/ Example for single target: autopawn n0nexi-stent.com Example for multiple targets: autopawn "n0nex-1.com n0nex-2.com"
ptzdepchk - check if all dependencies are installed or not, print if something is missing
n - query notes about a topic, use tab auto complete
nls - list all the notes
rnd - get random strings (lengths: 8,16,32,64)
tmp - open vim with a random file name to be written under /tmp/
chkhttpz - HTTP response check Example: chkhttpz itsec.lu 443
chkcrt - SSL certificate dump Example: chkcrt gentoo.org 443
johnzip - Crack zip files using john Example: johnzip data.zip rockyou.txt
johnrar - Crack rar files using john Example: johnrar data.rar rockyou.txt