This is the Linux app named dirsearch whose latest release can be downloaded as dirsearchv0.4.2.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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An advanced command-line tool designed to brute force directories and files in webservers, AKA web path scanner. Wordlist is a text file, each line is a path. About extensions, unlike other tools, dirsearch only replaces the %EXT% keyword with extensions from -e flag. For wordlists without %EXT% (like SecLists), -f | --force-extensions switch is required to append extensions to every word in wordlist, as well as the /. To use multiple wordlists, you can separate your wordlists with commas. Example: wordlist1.txt,wordlist2.txt. Default values for dirsearch flags can be edited in the configuration file: default.conf. The thread number (-t | --threads) reflects the number of separated brute force processes. And so the bigger the thread number is, the faster dirsearch runs. By default, the number of threads is 30, but you can increase it if you want to speed up the progress.
- dirsearch allows you to import the raw request from a file
- Supported wordlist formats are uppercase, lowercase, capitalization
- Scan sub-directories
- Supported report formats are simple, plain, json, xml, md, csv, html
- Requires python 3.7 or higher
- Force-recursive and deep-recursive directories
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