How to Use DMitry Tool to Gather Website Information on Kali Linux
Hello hackers, to hack a website, we need to know about the website first. Today I’ll explain a tool to gather website information named DMitry. Let’s get started:
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Table of Contents
- What is DMitry
- DMitry Options
- Example 1: Find Possible Subdomains
- Example 2: Port Scan
- Example 3: All Possible Info
What is DMitry
DMitry (Deepmagic Information Gathering Tool) is a UNIX/(GNU) Linux Command Line program to gather as much information as possible.
It is able to gather possible subdomains, TCP port scan, email addresses, uptime information, whois lookups and more.
To see all available options of DMitry, open the command line, type
dmitry and then hit enter to all options.
Example 1: Find Possible Subdomains
In this step, we’ll try to get all possibles subdomains of a website. The syntax:
# without saving data dmitry -s DOMAIN_NAME # with saving data dmitry -s -o info.txt DOMAIN_NAME
Have a look at the results:
Example 2: Port Scan
We’re going to see the way to scan ports using DMitry. The syntax:
# without saving data dmitry -pb DOMAIN_NAME # with saving data dmitry -pb -o info.txt DOMAIN_NAME
Example 3: All Possible Info
In this step, we’ll try to get all possible info using DMitry. The syntax:
# without saving data dmitry -winsepo DOMAIN_NAME # with saving data dmitry -winsepo -o info.txt DOMAIN_NAME
The winsepo means domain whois lookup (w), an IP whois lookup (i), retrieve Netcraft info (n), search for subdomains (s), search for email addresses (e), do a TCP port scan (p), and save the output to info.txt (o) of the targeted website.That’s all. Thank you. ?
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