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From: Alessandro Tanasi (alessandrolonerunners.net)
Date: Thu Dec 17 2009 - 05:17:14 CST
I am glad to release hostmap version 0.2.
= Introduction =
hostmap is a free, automatic, hostnames and virtual hosts discovery tool
written in Ruby and licensed under GNU General Public License version 3
(GPLv3). It's goal is to enumerate all hostnames and configured virtual
hosts on an IP address. The primary users of hostmap are professionals
performing vulnerability assessments and penetration tests.
= Changes =
Some of the new features include:
* Fully refactored and rewritten in Ruby.
* User requested interrupt (CTRL+C) now is handled.
* Added Rakefile to automatize task. For example readme and API
* Changed info gathering plugin architecture. Now using PlugMan library.
* Added some host names to brute forcing dictionaries.
* Added parsing of alternate subject (subjectAltName) from X.509
* Added info gathering plugin using dnshistory.org.
* Added wildcard domains detection.
* Added wildcard X.509 certificate detection.
* Added -d option to use a user supplied list of DNS servers
* Added blacklist for second level TLD (for example co.uk) detection.
* Added an enumeration plugin to use Microsoft Bing via API. API key
must be provided in configuration file.
* Added a configuration file (hostmap.conf) to keep user settings.
* Added option --http-ports to specify the ports to check for an
See the complete list of changes at
= Download =
You can download it in the following formats:
* Source gzip compressed,
* Source zip compressed,
= Documentation =
* hostmap user's manual: http://hostmap.sourceforge.net/doc/README.pdf
Alessandro `jekil` Tanasi
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