katana is a framework written in python for making penetration testing, based on a simple and comprehensive structure for anyone to use, modify and share, the goal is to unify tools serve for professional when making a penetration test or simply as a routine tool, The current version is not completely stable, is recommended update ever that you use it(ktf.update -f).
Make your own modules easily and no lost time with commands.
SOURCE CODE ORGANIZATION
The Katana source code is organized as follows:
–core/ > Source code core
—core/logs/ > Registers of modules
—files/db/ > Dictionaries and tables
–files/ > Files necessary for some modules
–tmp/ > Temp files
–lib/ > Libraries
–doc/ > Documentation
–modules/ > Scripts(modules)
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Installation of Katana framework: is necesary install all dependencies for a good performance.
git clone https://github.com/PowerScript/KatanaFramework.git cd KatanaFramework sudo sh dependencies sudo python install
SESSIONS Using sessions in each module to not waste time, VARIABLES TEMP Save results in variables for use in other modules, SYSTEM COMMANDS Execute System commands through the console, INTERNAL FUNCTIONS Run internal functions from console, GUI Graphical User interface, SETTINGS Enable and disable features easily.
Please go to the Wiki.
Questions, bugs or suggestions to : firstname.lastname@example.org or use “Issue” on github project
Katana is licensed. See LICENSE for more information.
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Wiki: https://github.com/PowerScript/KatanaFramework/wiki Project in SF: http://sourceforge.net/projects/katanas/files/ Documentation: https://github.com/PowerScript/KatanaFramework/tree/master/doc Blog of project [ES]: http://cave-rt.blogspot.com.co/2015/07/instalacion-y-uso-katana-framework.html Youtube Guide: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6BZilIOZMcy7uG3cRqYMc69kFb7wxEDR
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