Web Application Security

Kenzer – Automated Web Assets Enumeration And Scanning

Kenzer - Automated Web Assets Enumeration And Scanning




Automated Web Assets Enumeration & Scanning

Instructions for running

  1. Create an account on Zulip
  2. Navigate to Settings > Your Bots > Add a new bot
  3. Create a new generic bot named kenzer
  4. Add all the configurations in configs/kenzer.conf
  5. Install/Run using –
    • ./install.sh -b [if you need kenzer-compatible binaries to be installed]
    • ./install.sh [if you do not need kenzer-compatible binaries to be installed]
    • ./run.sh [if you do not need installation at all]
    • ./service.sh [initialize it as a service post-installation]
  6. Interact with kenzer using Zulip client, by adding bot to a stream or via DM.
  7. Test @**kenzer** man as Zulip input to display available commands.
  8. All the commands can be used by mentioning the chatbot using the prefix @**kenzer**.

Built-in Functionalities

  • subenum – enumerates subdomains
  • portenum – enumerates open ports
  • webenum – enumerates webservers
  • headenum – enumerates additional info from webservers
  • asnenum – enumerates asn
  • dnsenum – enumerates dns records
  • conenum – enumerates hidden files & directories
  • urlenum – enumerates urls
  • subscan – hunts for subdomain takeovers
  • cscan – scan with customized templates
  • cvescan – hunts for CVEs
  • vulnscan – hunts for other common vulnerabilites
  • portscan – scans open ports
  • parascan – hunts for vulnerable parameters
  • endscan – hunts for vulnerable endpoints
  • buckscan – hunts for unreferenced aws s3 buckets
  • favscan – fingerprints webservers using favicon
  • vizscan – screenshots applications running on webservers
  • idscan – identifies applications running on webservers
  • enum – runs all enumerator modules
  • scan – runs all scanner modules
  • recon – runs all modules
  • hunt – runs your custom workflow
  • remlog – removes log files
  • upload – switches upload functionality
  • upgrade – upgrades kenzer to latest version
  • monitor – monitors ct logs for new subdomains
  • monitor normalize – normalizes the enumerations from ct logs
  • sync – synchronizes the local kenzerdb with github
  • kenzer <module> – runs a specific modules
  • kenzer man – shows this manual


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Mazen Elzanaty

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