Inguma/CLI/Modules:Discover

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Modules::discover

arping

Description

Send an arp who has message to discover hosts

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>
  • timeout = <timeout>

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.100.0/24"
inguma> arping
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.1
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.14
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.16
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.50
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.30
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.51
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.24
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.25
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.28
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.52

List of discovered hosts
------------------------

00:50:8b:bb:5e:09 192.168.100.1  (Unknow)
00:0c:29:a5:9a:85 192.168.100.14 (Unknow)
00:0c:29:11:09:5e 192.168.100.16 (Unknow)
00:1b:11:5b:ff:f9 192.168.100.50 (Unknow)
00:0c:29:97:3d:55 192.168.100.30 (Unknow)
00:10:83:09:af:c0 192.168.100.51 (Unknow)
00:0c:29:31:85:0f 192.168.100.24 (Unknow)
00:0c:29:f9:9a:38 192.168.100.25 (Unknow)
00:0c:29:b8:7e:ec 192.168.100.28 (Unknow)
00:50:56:4e:bb:43 192.168.100.52 (Unknow)

asn

Description

ASN whois database query

Parameters

  • target = <target host or coma separated list of hosts>

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.100.16"
inguma> asn
------------------------
ASN database information
------------------------
192.168.100.16  AS8151  UniNet

bluetooth

Description

A simple bluetooth scanner

Usage

  • mode = <discover|gather>
    • <discover: search for bluetooth devices>
    • <gather: gather services of specified device (target)>
  • target = <all|localhost|address>
    • <all: gather services of all devices available>
    • <localhost: scan localhost services>
    • <address: scan specified address>

Example

inguma> mode = 'discover'
inguma> target = 'all'
inguma> bluetooth
Searching Bluetooth devices...

db2discover

Description

IBM DB2 database servers discover module

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>
  • port = <target port>
  • timeout = <timeout>

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.100.0/24"
inguma> db2discover
Total of 0 IBM DB2 Server(s) found.

externip

Description

Get your external ip address (even when using proxies)

Parameters

N/A

Example

inguma> externip
80.14.163.161

geoip

Description

Get geographic information of an IP address

Parameters

  • target = <target IP>
    • <if set to "all", all IP stored on KB will be used>
    • <if set to "download", GeoIP database will be downloaded>

Example

inguma> target = "download" 
inguma> geoip
Downloading http://geolite.maxmind.com/download/geoip/database/GeoLiteCity.dat.gz
Extracting files...
Operation complete
inguma> target = "46.252.206.1" 
inguma> geoip
IP               |         Latitude       Longitude         Country            City          Region 
+----------------+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
46.252.206.1    ==>            52.5            5.75     Netherlands            None            None 
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

getmac

Description

Get the host's MAC address

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.100.24"
inguma> getmac
192.168.100.24 MAC: 00:0c:29:31:85:0f Unknow

hostname

Description

Get the host's name

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.100.18"
inguma> hostname
192.168.100.18 name: aldpillap.local

icmping

Description

Ping a host

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>
  • timeout = <timeout>
  • waitTime = <wait time between packets>
  • packetType = <numeric packet type> (Default to ECHO_REQUEST)
  • iface = <iface>

Default packet type sent is ECHO_REQUEST (value: 0). To change it, use packetType numerical value with one of the following:

  • ECHO_REPLY = 0
  • DEST_UNREACH = 3
  • SOURCE_QUENCH = 4
  • REDIRECT = 5
  • ECHO_REQUEST = 8
  • ROUTER_ADVERTISEMENT = 9
  • ROUTER_SOLICITATION = 10
  • TIME_EXCEEDED = 11
  • PARAMETER_PROBLEM = 12
  • TIMESTAMP_REQUEST = 13
  • TIMESTAMP_REPLY = 14
  • INFORMATION_REQUEST = 15
  • INFORMATION_RESPONSE = 16
  • ADDRESS_MASK_REQUEST = 17
  • ADDRESS_MASK_REPPLY = 18

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.100.10-50"
inguma> timeout = 0.1
inguma> icmping
Sending probe to        192.168.100.10
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.11
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.12
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.13
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.14
Sending probe to        192.168.100.15
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.16
Sending probe to        192.168.100.17
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.18
Sending probe to        192.168.100.19
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.20
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.21
...(TRUNCATED...)

Discovered hosts
----------------

Found host 1    192.168.100.14
Found host 2    192.168.100.16
Found host 3    192.168.100.24
Found host 4    192.168.100.25
Found host 5    192.168.100.28
Found host 6    192.168.100.30
Found host 7    192.168.100.50

ipaddr

Description

Returns the ip address associated to a hostname or host alias.

Usage

  • target = <target host or network>

Example

inguma> target = "aldpillap.local"
inguma> ipaddr
Target: aldpillap.local IP Address: 192.168.100.18
Adding to discovered hosts 192.168.100.18

isnated

Description

Check if the target's port is NATed by sending an ICMP packet to get the number of hops and, by comparing it with the number of hops by sending a TCP packet.

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Warning
You will need to first run a portscan before running isnated.

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>
  • timeout = <timeout>

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.1.254" 
inguma> iface = "en1" 
inguma> portscan

Portscan results
----------------

Port 80/http is opened at 192.168.1.254
Port 139/netbios-ssn is opened at 192.168.1.254
Port 21/ftp is opened at 192.168.1.254
Port 445/microsoft-ds is opened at 192.168.1.254

inguma> isnated
Ports are NOT NATed

ispromisc

Description

Check if the target is in promiscous mode

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.100.16"
inguma> ispromisc
Target  is promiscuous: True

netcraft

Description

Query netcraft database

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>

Example

inguma> target = "******club.net"
inguma> netcraft
Netcraft database information
-----------------------------
Site:           http://******club.net
Last reboot:            unknown
Domain:         ******club.net
Netblock owner:         Free SAS
IP address:             88.190.***.***
Site rank:              unknown
Country:                FR
Nameserver:             ns0.online.net
Date first seen:                April 2007
DNS admin:              **********@proxad.net
Domain Registrar:               unknown
Reverse DNS:            ***-***.online.net
Organisation:           unknown
Nameserver Organisation:                unknown
Check another site::            Netcraft Site Report Gadget

subdomainer

Description

Find subdomains for a given domain

Parameters

  • target = <target domain. ej: example.com>

Example

inguma> target="google.com" 
inguma> subdomainer
Testing wildcard...
Searching subdomains...
Domain: sms.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.113
Domain: web.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.100
Domain: ns.google.com:	IP: 216.239.32.10
Domain: code.google.com:	IP: 209.85.227.138
Domain: images.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.100
Domain: ns1.google.com:	IP: 216.239.32.10
Domain: ns2.google.com:	IP: 216.239.34.10
Domain: blog.google.com:	IP: 209.85.227.191
Domain: docs.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.138
Domain: catalog.google.com:	IP: 209.85.227.101
Domain: vpn.google.com:	IP: 64.9.224.68
Domain: mail.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.17
Domain: documents.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.139
Domain: map.google.com:	IP: 209.85.227.139
Domain: wap.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: games.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: directory.google.com:	IP: 209.85.169.100
Domain: page.google.com:	IP: 209.85.227.101
Domain: mobile.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.193
Domain: email.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.100
Domain: finance.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: print.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.147
Domain: search.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.100
Domain: developer.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.100
Domain: news.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.101
Domain: downloads.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.147
Domain: ns3.google.com:	IP: 216.239.36.10
Domain: shopping.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: video.google.com:	IP: 209.85.169.138
Domain: download.google.com:	IP: 209.85.169.104
Domain: smtp.google.com:	IP: 216.239.44.95
Domain: pages.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: jobs.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.100
Domain: dir.google.com:	IP: 209.85.169.113
Domain: help.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: services.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: desktop.google.com:	IP: 209.85.227.103
Domain: music.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: maps.google.com:	IP: 209.85.227.138
Domain: alerts.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: proxy.google.com:	IP: 64.233.179.4
Domain: support.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.139
Domain: local.google.com:	IP: 209.85.227.102
Domain: apps.google.com:	IP: 209.85.229.102
Domain: enterprise.google.com:	IP: 209.85.147.138
Domain: uploads.google.com:	IP: 74.125.54.213

tcping

Description

TCP Ping

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>
  • timeout = <timeout>
  • waitTime = <wait time between packets>
  • port = <destination port to ping>
  • iface = <iface>

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.100.0/24"
inguma> tcping
Sending probe to        192.168.100.0   using port      80
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.1   using port      80
Sending probe to        192.168.100.2   using port      80
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.3   using port      80
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.4   using port      80
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.5   using port      80
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.6   using port      80
(...TRUNCATED...)

tcptrace

Description

Trace a route to a host(s)

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>
  • timeout = <timeout>
  • minttl = <minimun ttl>
  • maxttl = <maximun ttl>
  • sport = <source port>
  • dport = <destination port>
  • iface = <interface to use>

Example

inguma> target = "**ogle.com"
inguma> tcptrace
Trace to target(s)
------------------
host 1  192.168.**.**
host 2  192.168.**.**
host 3  10.125.**.**
host 4  10.125.**.**
host 5  193.253.**.**
host 6  81.253.**.**
host 7  81.253.**.**
host 8  72.14.**.**
(...TRUNCATED...)

udping

Description

UDP Ping

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>
  • timeout = <timeout>
  • waitTime = <wait time between packets>
  • port = <destination port to ping>
  • iface = <iface>

Example

inguma> target = "192.168.100.0/24"
inguma> udping
Sending probe to        192.168.100.0   using port      0
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.1   using port      0
Sending probe to        192.168.100.2   using port      0
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
Sending probe to        192.168.100.3   using port      0
WARNING: Mac address to reach destination not found. Using broadcast.
(...TRUNCATED...)

whois

Description

Query multiple whois databases

Parameters

  • target = <target host or network>
  • db = <internic|ripe|arin|lacnic|apnic|afrinic>
    • Internic - Internet Network Information Center
    • RIPE: Reseaux IP Europeens - Network Coordination Centre User Link
    • ARIN: American Registry for Internet Numbers User Link
    • LACNIC: Latin America and Caribbean Network Information Centre User Link
    • APNIC: Asia Pacific Network Information Centre User Link
    • AFRINIC: African Network Information Centre User Link

Example

inguma> target = "***gle.com"
inguma> db = "internic"
inguma> whois
Connecting to server: whois.internic.net ...
Connected, sending query: google.com ...
--------------------------
Whois database information
--------------------------
Whois Server Version 2.0
Domain names in the .com and .net domains can now be registered
with many different competing registrars. Go to http://www.internic.net
for detailed information.
***GLE.COM.ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.GET.ONE.MILLION.DOLLARS.AT.WWW.***MUNDI.COM
***GLE.COM.ZZZZZZ.THE.BEST.WEBHOSTING.AT.WWW.**TUCH.COM
***GLE.COM.ZZZZZ.GET.LAID.AT.WWW.***GINGCOMMUNITY.COM
***GLE.COM.ZOMBIED.AND.HACKED.BY.WWW.***-HACK.COM
***GLE.COM.**AET.***DOMEN.COM
***GLE.COM.***KIRBAC.COM
***GLE.COM.***EHOCA.COM
***GLE.COM.***DT.DOOR.VEEL.WHTERS.GEBRUIKT.SERVER***.NET
***GLE.COM.VN
***GLE.COM.***DAYOFF.COM
(...TRUNCATED...)

wifi

Description

A simple passive information gathering tool for wireless networks

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Warning
  • WARNING: Be sure to put your card in monitor mode (You can use Airmon-ng).
  • Channel hopping must be done externaly (Kismet).

Parameters

  • interface = <e.g. wlan0>
  • mode = <Beacon|NonBeacon|MAC|arpip>
    • <Beacon: show devices that emit beacon>
    • <NonBeacon: try to show 'hidden'devices>
    • <MAC: list MAC addresses of AP and clients>
    • <arpip: show device's MAC and IP when possible>

Example

inguma> interface = "wlan0"
inguma> mode = "Beacon"
inguma> wifi
00:1b:11:**:**:**['\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00'|short-slot+ESS+privacy]
00:07:cb:**:**:**['wifi***'|short-slot+ESS+privacy]
^C
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Note
For wifi networks that don't broadcast their SSID, the string \x00...\x00 is displayed (1 \x00 per character in the name).