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Posted on 29-03-07 13:35
Is there a program or something that you can use to map the directories and contents of a website from the client side other than when they leave out the index.... or by looking at robots.txt?
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Posted on 29-03-07 14:47
Other than trying to brute-force directory paths, and then filenames in valid directories, I know of no other way. I'm sure someone out there has written a program to do it, though.

Edit: Oh, and the .htaccess file on Apache servers contains file permissions, also, I believe. That might help...





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Posted on 29-03-07 15:30
there's webspiders or whatever-they're-called's here on HBH, go to the download section.

NOTE: these do not work on some sites, so don't make it a habit of relying on them. They won't work, as far as I know, here on HBH challenges.

However, they could come in handy somewhere down the line, so why not get one? or two? Smile


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Posted on 29-03-07 16:23
I think there's a pretty quick and easy firefox extension called Spiderzilla.


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Posted on 29-03-07 16:25
good idea Smile

also, the extension "Hackbar" doesn't work with the new version of FF, do you know of anything similar for the new version?


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Posted on 29-03-07 16:27
Are you sure?

https://addons.mo. . .addon/3899


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Posted on 29-03-07 16:29
hackbar is sick...
so is Fire Encrypter
and webmasters tool bar


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Posted on 29-03-07 18:29
nvm, got it, I just downloaded the new version of FF and when I downloaded hackbar, for some reason it said that it like, wasn't compatible with the new version of FF. xD




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Posted on 29-03-07 19:08
Zephyr_Pure wrote:
Edit: Oh, and the .htaccess file on Apache servers contains file permissions, also, I believe. That might help...


Last thing I checked, .htaccess files and such aren't accessible via a browser or something similar..


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Posted on 29-03-07 19:19
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Last thing I checked, .htaccess files and such aren't accessible via a browser or something similar..


I've seen them retrieved using Google hacking. Not sure how reliable that is, though. A properly secured site shouldn't give up the .htaccess so easily.



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Posted on 29-03-07 20:03
IntelliTamper maps out websites.


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Posted on 29-03-07 21:09
intellitamper sucks ass. ive got it, it cant even find common dirs like /admin, only ones that are hyperlinked to :/


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Posted on 29-03-07 21:13
Are you sure you know how to use it + the directories exist?

Worked for me when i tested it.


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Posted on 29-03-07 21:19
yup, a site i played about with a while ago, i knew it had a /admin dir, ran intellitamper on it and it found index.php. woooow clever intellitamper Frown


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Posted on 29-03-07 23:55
cool program " intellitamper" never tried it before but

heres one that I like ... NStealth

check it out.


know where to Look
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Posted on 30-03-07 05:49
Thanks everyone there a few good suggestions here I'll have to check out.
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Posted on 07-04-07 18:28
IntelliTamper worked great for me just now thx mate for the program Smile I have a bunch of dir now Wink
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Posted on 07-04-07 18:52
i needed a spider once and got a "free" version of blackwidow. its very outdated so i don't know how it evolved but the version i have here suits most of the tasks that require such a thing.. plus it's very windows like. =)


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Posted on 07-04-07 19:04
i needed a spider once and got a "free" version of blackwidow. its very outdated so i don't know how it evolved but the version i have here suits most of the tasks that require such a thing.. plus it's very windows like. =)