Pentest Tool Framework

Pentest Tools Framework is a Penetration Testing tool that uses several exploits database with scanners. The interface looks identical to Metasploit with a simple type of UI/UX design for beginner usage.

The function that been implement within the tools is Exploit where it been designed similar to Metasploit which has the command to exploit vulnerabilities in the software. Another function is the Scanner where the tools will gathering information from Internet Resource and Archive.

Installation and Usage of Pentest Tool Framework

Firstly, we need to download on the machine and then we can proceed with the installation. Below is the command that can be used to download the tools from Github:

git clone https://github.com/3xploit-db/Pentest-Tools-Framework.git

Once finished downloading, the user can enter the directory by typing the command cd /Pentest-Tools-Framework

Before proceed with the installation, the user will need to update the follow requirement:

  • Requests
  • urllibs3
  • BeautifulSoup
  • bs4
  • mechanize
  • google
  • colorama
  • urllib3
  • wget
  • argparse
  • netaddr
  • html5lib
  • six
  • webencodings
  • droopescan
  • hexdump
  • pydns
  • python-geoip-geolite2
  • dnspython
  • tld
  • fuzzywuzzy

Source: requirement.txt

Once requirement have met as expectation, we can proceed to install the tool on the machine by running python install.py

During the progress of installing the tools, they will ask to choose your operating system. In my case, I’m using Kali Linux and will select 1 as my answer and it will start installing the tools.

The progress would take some time to complete depending on the Operating System that been used. The installation completion output will look like something as follows:

Let’s run the tool by execute the following command

python ptf.py

It will be redirecting the user to the following interface once execute the command above

Below are the screenshot of the modules that available to use

Credit should be given to Nmap Security Scanner, Metasploit-Framework, Exploit-db, and Offensive-security

Source: Pentest Tool Framework

Author: Wan Ariff

He brings with him working experience in Information Security filed which specializing in Penetration Testing and Digital Forensic. His passion is more to IT Security

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