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Menggunakan Tool Nuclei Untuk Program Bug Bounty

 


Ok temann-tema pembahasan kali ini yaitu tool yang berfungsi untuk mencari bug dan tool yang akan kita bahas kali ini yaitu nuclei. Nuclie merupakan tool yang dibuat oleh project discovery untuk melakukan scanning terhadap website dengan menggunakan cve atau kerentanan yang sudah di temukan sebelumnya.

Untuk menggunakan tool ini silahkan instal golang. silahakan iktuti tutoiral di bawah ini untuk melakukan install toolnya.

$ git clone https://github.com/projectdiscovery/nuclei.git 

Setelah proses cloning selesai, lanjut masuk ke directori file toolnya.

$ cd nuclei/v2/cmd/nuclei

Seperti pada pembahasan sebelumnya bahwa tool ini menggunakan bahasa golang.

$ apt -y install golang 

Jalankan perintah go untuk melakukan build.

$ go build

Selanjutnya untuk melihat command line dalam tool gunakan perintah.

$ nuclei -h

Output.

Nuclei is a fast, template based vulnerability scanner focusing
on extensive configurability, massive extensibility and ease of use.

Usage:
  nuclei [flags]

Flags:
TARGET:
   -u, -target string[]  target URLs/hosts to scan
   -l, -list string      path to file containing a list of target URLs/hosts to scan (one per line)
   -resume string        Resume scan using resume.cfg (clustering will be disabled)

TEMPLATES:
   -nt, -new-templates                    run only new templates added in latest nuclei-templates release
   -ntv, -new-templates-version string[]  run new templates added in specific version
   -as, -automatic-scan                   automatic web scan using wappalyzer technology detection to tags mapping
   -t, -templates string[]                list of template or template directory to run (comma-separated, file)
   -tu, -template-url string[]            list of template urls to run (comma-separated, file)
   -w, -workflows string[]                list of workflow or workflow directory to run (comma-separated, file)
   -wu, -workflow-url string[]            list of workflow urls to run (comma-separated, file)
   -validate                              validate the passed templates to nuclei
   -nss, -no-strict-syntax                Disable strict syntax check on templates
   -tl                                    list all available templates

FILTERING:
   -a, -author string[]              templates to run based on authors (comma-separated, file)
   -tags string[]                    templates to run based on tags (comma-separated, file)
   -etags, -exclude-tags string[]    templates to exclude based on tags (comma-separated, file)
   -itags, -include-tags string[]    tags to be executed even if they are excluded either by default or configuration
   -id, -template-id string[]        templates to run based on template ids (comma-separated, file)
   -eid, -exclude-id string[]        templates to exclude based on template ids (comma-separated, file)
   -it, -include-templates string[]  templates to be executed even if they are excluded either by default or configuration
   -et, -exclude-templates string[]  template or template directory to exclude (comma-separated, file)
   -em, -exclude-matchers string[]   template matchers to exclude in result
   -s, -severity value[]             templates to run based on severity. Possible values: info, low, medium, high, critical, unknown
   -es, -exclude-severity value[]    templates to exclude based on severity. Possible values: info, low, medium, high, critical, unknown
   -pt, -type value[]                templates to run based on protocol type. Possible values: dns, file, http, headless, network, workflow, ssl, websocket, whois
   -ept, -exclude-type value[]       templates to exclude based on protocol type. Possible values: dns, file, http, headless, network, workflow, ssl, websocket, whois

OUTPUT:
   -o, -output string            output file to write found issues/vulnerabilities
   -sresp, -store-resp           store all request/response passed through nuclei to output directory
   -srd, -store-resp-dir string  store all request/response passed through nuclei to custom directory (default "output")
   -silent                       display findings only
   -nc, -no-color                disable output content coloring (ANSI escape codes)
   -json                         write output in JSONL(ines) format
   -irr, -include-rr             include request/response pairs in the JSONL output (for findings only)
   -nm, -no-meta                 disable printing result metadata in cli output
   -nts, -no-timestamp           disable printing timestamp in cli output
   -rdb, -report-db string       nuclei reporting database (always use this to persist report data)
   -ms, -matcher-status          display match failure status
   -me, -markdown-export string  directory to export results in markdown format
   -se, -sarif-export string     file to export results in SARIF format

CONFIGURATIONS:
   -config string              path to the nuclei configuration file
   -fr, -follow-redirects      enable following redirects for http templates
   -mr, -max-redirects int     max number of redirects to follow for http templates (default 10)
   -dr, -disable-redirects     disable redirects for http templates
   -rc, -report-config string  nuclei reporting module configuration file
   -H, -header string[]        custom header/cookie to include in all http request in header:value format (cli, file)
   -V, -var value              custom vars in key=value format
   -r, -resolvers string       file containing resolver list for nuclei
   -sr, -system-resolvers      use system DNS resolving as error fallback
   -passive                    enable passive HTTP response processing mode
   -ev, -env-vars              enable environment variables to be used in template
   -cc, -client-cert string    client certificate file (PEM-encoded) used for authenticating against scanned hosts
   -ck, -client-key string     client key file (PEM-encoded) used for authenticating against scanned hosts
   -ca, -client-ca string      client certificate authority file (PEM-encoded) used for authenticating against scanned hosts
   -sml, -show-match-line      show match lines for file templates, works with extractors only
   -ztls                       use ztls library with autofallback to standard one for tls13
   -sni string                 tls sni hostname to use (default: input domain name)

INTERACTSH:
   -iserver, -interactsh-server string  interactsh server url for self-hosted instance (default: oast.pro,oast.live,oast.site,oast.online,oast.fun,oast.me)
   -itoken, -interactsh-token string    authentication token for self-hosted interactsh server
   -interactions-cache-size int         number of requests to keep in the interactions cache (default 5000)
   -interactions-eviction int           number of seconds to wait before evicting requests from cache (default 60)
   -interactions-poll-duration int      number of seconds to wait before each interaction poll request (default 5)
   -interactions-cooldown-period int    extra time for interaction polling before exiting (default 5)
   -ni, -no-interactsh                  disable interactsh server for OAST testing, exclude OAST based templates

RATE-LIMIT:
   -rl, -rate-limit int               maximum number of requests to send per second (default 150)
   -rlm, -rate-limit-minute int       maximum number of requests to send per minute
   -bs, -bulk-size int                maximum number of hosts to be analyzed in parallel per template (default 25)
   -c, -concurrency int               maximum number of templates to be executed in parallel (default 25)
   -hbs, -headless-bulk-size int      maximum number of headless hosts to be analyzed in parallel per template (default 10)
   -headc, -headless-concurrency int  maximum number of headless templates to be executed in parallel (default 10)

OPTIMIZATIONS:
   -timeout int                        time to wait in seconds before timeout (default 5)
   -retries int                        number of times to retry a failed request (default 1)
   -ldp, -leave-default-ports          leave default HTTP/HTTPS ports (eg. host:80,host:443
   -mhe, -max-host-error int           max errors for a host before skipping from scan (default 30)
   -project                            use a project folder to avoid sending same request multiple times
   -project-path string                set a specific project path
   -spm, -stop-at-first-path           stop processing HTTP requests after the first match (may break template/workflow logic)
   -stream                             stream mode - start elaborating without sorting the input
   -irt, -input-read-timeout duration  timeout on input read (default 3m0s)
   -no-stdin                           Disable Stdin processing

HEADLESS:
   -headless            enable templates that require headless browser support (root user on linux will disable sandbox)
   -page-timeout int    seconds to wait for each page in headless mode (default 20)
   -sb, -show-browser   show the browser on the screen when running templates with headless mode
   -sc, -system-chrome  Use local installed chrome browser instead of nuclei installed

DEBUG:
   -debug                    show all requests and responses
   -dreq, -debug-req         show all sent requests
   -dresp, -debug-resp       show all received responses
   -p, -proxy string[]       list of http/socks5 proxy to use (comma separated or file input)
   -pi, -proxy-internal      proxy all internal requests
   -tlog, -trace-log string  file to write sent requests trace log
   -elog, -error-log string  file to write sent requests error log
   -version                  show nuclei version
   -hm, -hang-monitor        enable nuclei hang monitoring
   -v, -verbose              show verbose output
   -vv                       display templates loaded for scan
   -ep, -enable-pprof        enable pprof debugging server
   -tv, -templates-version   shows the version of the installed nuclei-templates
   -hc, -health-check        run diagnostic check up

UPDATE:
   -update                        update nuclei engine to the latest released version
   -ut, -update-templates         update nuclei-templates to latest released version
   -ud, -update-directory string  overwrite the default directory to install nuclei-templates
   -duc, -disable-update-check    disable automatic nuclei/templates update check

STATISTICS:
   -stats                    display statistics about the running scan
   -sj, -stats-json          write statistics data to an output file in JSONL(ines) format
   -si, -stats-interval int  number of seconds to wait between showing a statistics update (default 5)
   -m, -metrics              expose nuclei metrics on a port
   -mp, -metrics-port int    port to expose nuclei metrics on (default 9092)

Untuk memulai penetration testing degan menggunakan perintah.

$ nuclei -t exposures/configs/git-config.yaml -l urls.txt

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