Exploit Database Git Repository – SearchSploit


Exploit Database Git Repository – SearchSploit

Introduction

The Exploit Database is an archive of public exploits and corresponding vulnerable software, developed by penetration testers and vulnerability researchers. It is the most comprehensive collection of exploitsshellcode and papers gathered through different sources. Exploit Database is available for free and very easy to use and navigate. It also comes with SearchSploit utility, which will help you search through repository.

Exploit Database Git Repository: SearchSploit

The Exploit Database is a repository for exploits and Proof-of-Concepts rather than advisories, making it a valuable resource for those who need actionable data right away. It is maintained by Offensive Security.

Exploit Database Git Repository: SearchSploit

Exploit Database is updating on a daily basis, but you can always check some additional resources in binary exploits repository. Look for exploits in the /exploit/ directory, and for shellcode in the /shellcode/ directory.

SearchSploit is a command line search tool, included in the Exploit database on Git Repository, which allows you to perform off-line searches. You can take a copy of Exploit Database with you, wherever you go. This is very useful for security assessments on networks without Internet access. You just need to make sure you’ve checked both repositories if you are without Internet access on an assessment, since many exploits links to the binary files.

Note: The name of this utility is SearchSploit and as its name indicates, it will search for all exploits and shellcode. It will not include any results for Google Hacking Database, but it can include Papers if configured (correctly!).

SearchSploit Requirements

  • CoreUtils (bashsedgrepawk, etc.)
  • git: for self-updating function
  • xmllint: for Nmap XML option (libxml2-utilspackage in Debian-based systems)
* This refers to *nix systems.

Install

Kali-Linux:

Exploit-DB/SearchSploit is already packaged inside of Kali-Linux, by default. Just run the following:

[email protected]:~# apt -y install exploitdb

To install the additional packages, exploitdb-paperes and exploitdb-bin-sploits, run:

[email protected]:~# apt -y install exploitdb-bin-sploits exploitdb-papers

Linux:

Clone it from the git repository:

$ git clone https://github.com/offensive-security/exploitdb.git /opt/exploitdb

Then include SearchSploit into your $PATH, to make it easier for usage. You also need to edit config file to reflect the git $PATH:

$ sed 's|path_array+=(.*)|path_array+=("/opt/exploitdb")|g' /opt/exploitdb/.searchsploit_rc > ~/.searchsploit_rc
$ sudo ln -sf /opt/exploitdb/searchsploit /usr/local/bin/searchsploit

Apple OS X/macOS:

If you have homebrew installed, just run the following:

[email protected]:~$ brew update && brew install exploitdb

Update

ExploitDB and SearchSploit are updated regularly. If you’re on Kali Linux, on a weekly basis, but if you’re using git or homebrew you can expect updates on a daily basis.

Just run the following:

$ searchsploit -u

Usage

To see all available options and features, type -h:

[email protected]:~# searchsploit -h
  Usage: searchsploit [options] term1 [term2] ... [termN]

==========
 Examples
==========
  searchsploit afd windows local
  searchsploit -t oracle windows
  searchsploit -p 39446
  searchsploit linux kernel 3.2 --exclude="(PoC)|/dos/"
  searchsploit linux reverse password

  For more examples, see the manual: https://www.exploit-db.com/searchsploit/

=========
 Options
=========
   -c, --case     [Term]      Perform a case-sensitive search (Default is inSEnsITiVe).
   -e, --exact    [Term]      Perform an EXACT match on exploit title (Default is AND) [Implies "-t"].
   -h, --help                 Show this help screen.
   -j, --json     [Term]      Show result in JSON format.
   -m, --mirror   [EDB-ID]    Mirror (aka copies) an exploit to the current working directory.
   -o, --overflow [Term]      Exploit titles are allowed to overflow their columns.
   -p, --path     [EDB-ID]    Show the full path to an exploit (and also copies the path to the clipboard if possible).
   -t, --title    [Term]      Search JUST the exploit title (Default is title AND the file's path).
   -u, --update               Check for and install any exploitdb package updates (deb or git).
   -w, --www      [Term]      Show URLs to Exploit-DB.com rather than the local path.
   -x, --examine  [EDB-ID]    Examine (aka opens) the exploit using $PAGER.
       --colour               Disable colour highlighting in search results.
       --id                   Display the EDB-ID value rather than local path.
       --nmap     [file.xml]  Checks all results in Nmap's XML output with service version (e.g.: nmap -sV -oX file.xml).
                                Use "-v" (verbose) to try even more combinations
       --exclude="term"       Remove values from results. By using "|" to separated you can chain multiple values.
                                e.g. --exclude="term1|term2|term3".

=======
 Notes
=======
 * You can use any number of search terms.
 * Search terms are not case-sensitive (by default), and ordering is irrelevant.
   * Use '-c' if you wish to reduce results by case-sensitive searching.
   * And/Or '-e' if you wish to filter results by using an exact match.
 * Use '-t' to exclude the file's path to filter the search results.
   * Remove false positives (especially when searching using numbers - i.e. versions).
 * When updating or displaying help, search terms will be ignored.

Basic Search

You can also add any number of search terms you wish to look for:

[email protected]:~# searchsploit afd windows local
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------
 Exploit Title                                                                         |  Path
                                                                                       | (/usr/share/exploitdb/)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------
Microsoft Windows (x86) - 'afd.sys' Local Privilege Escalation (MS11-046)              | exploits/windows_x86/local/40564.c
Microsoft Windows - 'AfdJoinLeaf' Local Privilege Escalation (MS11-080) (Metasploit)   | exploits/windows/local/21844.rb
Microsoft Windows - 'afd.sys' Local Kernel (PoC) (MS11-046)                            | exploits/windows/dos/18755.c
Microsoft Windows 7 (x64) - 'afd.sys' Dangling Pointer Privilege Escalation (MS14-040) | exploits/windows_x86-64/local/39525.py
Microsoft Windows 7 (x86) - 'afd.sys' Dangling Pointer Privilege Escalation (MS14-040) | exploits/windows_x86/local/39446.py
Microsoft Windows XP - 'afd.sys' Local Kernel Denial of Service                        | exploits/windows/dos/17133.c
Microsoft Windows XP/2003 - 'afd.sys' Local Privilege Escalation (K-plugin) (MS08-066) | exploits/windows/local/6757.txt
Microsoft Windows XP/2003 - 'afd.sys' Local Privilege Escalation (MS11-080)            | exploits/windows/local/18176.py
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------
Shellcodes: No Result
[email protected]:~#
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