Hello guys! Team Ultimate has created another open source program named XSStrike. XSStrike is a python script for automatic exploitation of XSS vulnerabilities.
First of all download XSStrike from here (Github).
If you are a Linux user then you can simply use the following command to download it
git clone https://github.com/UltimateHackers/XSStrike/
After downloading, navigate to XSStrike directory with the following command
Now install the required modules with the following command
pip install -r requirements.txt
Now you are good to go! Run XSStrike with the following command
As soon as you run XSStrike, you will be greeted with this screen
You can enter your target URL now but remember, you have to mark the most crucial parameter by inserting d3v in it.
For example: target.com/search.php?q=d3v&category=1
After you enter your target URL, XSStrike will check if the target is protected by a WAF or not.
If its not protected by WAF you will get three options
It checks how the input gets reflected in the webpage and then tries to build a payload according to that.
It bruteforces all the parameters one by one and generates the proof of concept in a browser window.
XSStriker never generates false positives but to assure you, it opens the POC in a browser window like this
Hulk uses a different approach, it doesn’t care about reflection of input. It has a list of polyglots and solid payloads, it just enters them one by one in the target parameter and opens the resulted URL in a browser window.
XSStrike can also detect and bypass Web Application Firewalls (WAFs)
XSStrike supports POST method too
Unlike other stupid bruteforce programs, XSStrike has a small list of payloads but they are the best one. Most of them are carefully crafted by me.
If you find any bug or have any suggestion to make the program better please let me know on Ultimate Hacker’s facebbok page or post a issue on XSStrike’s Github repository.
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