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Published on June 4th, 2011 | by NJ Ouchn


Yeti – Network Fingerprint tool v0.6a released

The idea with Yeti has always been to break the application into 2 versions, namely a completely free community addition and a commercial edition which will be more suited to the needs of corporate clients that want to manage and monitor their internet footprint
So for the community addition the first beta release contain the following features…

  • Domain discovery (TLD expansion)
  • Forward lookup brute forcing
  • Reverse lookups
  • Bing searching (IP: and SITE: searches)
  • SSL Certificate scraping :)
  • Basic NMAP integration
  • Saving data to SQLite database
  • Exporting datasets to Microsoft XLS format
  • Tons of super cool, undocumented BUGS (Please report these)

Changes with v0.6a (Excerpt from Yeti Blog)

What we tried to do in this release was to make it easier to use,  and that starts right at the start when you start up yeti for the first time. All the configs are ready to go so there is no need go and look for files and directories. The only thing left is the pesky Bing Application Id or API Key, sorry I can’t really do much about that.

The next big thing is the fact that all results are now stored in a database, and that you can do multiple footprints in the same database, the reason for this is so that we can start doing some interesting comparisons across footprints, but more on that a bit laterer 🙂

Also is that new scripting API, the JSR-223 standard got implemented, so scripting languages like Groovy, Jython, JRuby etc are now supported. I’ll start adding the tutorial section on the API in due course. The main reason for this is to allow anybody to generate their own reports or even scanning/data collection engines. Also it makes it easy to do really cool things without compiling and releasing an entire new app 🙂



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