Mar 6, 2020 by Thibault Debatty | 1183 views
Scanning a website is an important step of the reconnaissance phase. Different tools, like BlackWidow, can automate the process. We present here another tool that allows to scan a website without leaving traces on the target servers : waybackurls.
To achieve this, waybackurls actually queries the wayback machine from Internet Archive. This project keeps backups of over 418 billion web pages and offers a nice REST API.
For example, this query allows to list known URL's from cylab.be :
The easiest way to use waybackurls is with docker:
$ docker pull cylab/waybackurls
You can then run waybackurls by feeding a list of domains on stdin :
$ echo "cylab.be" | docker run -i cylab/waybackurls https://cylab.be/ https://cylab.be/css/app.css http://cylab.be/favicon.ico https://cylab.be/fonts/et-line.eot?26ec3c7d0366e0825d705c6e22 https://cylab.be/fonts/et-line.eot?26ec3c7d0366e0825d705c6e22? https://cylab.be/fonts/et-line.svg?569bd9082c15cc30fa6e05626a https://cylab.be/fonts/et-line.ttf?98126e3e1238b0f3b941ad285320 https://cylab.be/fonts/et-line.woff?b01ff252761958325faab1535c9
Waybackurls is actually written in GO. So here is the way to install it manually and run it from your host machine:
$ go get github.com/tomnomnom/waybackurls
$ echo "cylab.be" | ./go/bin/waybackurls