Bug Bounty Tools to Help You Find Vulnerabilities!
BUG BOUNTY HUNTING TOOLS
To assist researchers in finding vulnerabilities, there are various Bug Bounty tools available. By 2023, there will likely be many developments and improvements to these tools. In this article, we will look at some of the Bug Bounty Tools that are likely to be popular in 2023. Here are some of the popular tools that can help in reconnaissance, scanning, and exploitation of vulnerabilities in web applications or network infrastructure, certainly helping when doing Bug Hunting
List Bug Bounty Hunting Tools
Burp Suite - Burp Suite is one of the most commonly used tools in bug bounty hunting. It is a powerful web proxy that allows you to monitor and modify HTTP traffic between browsers and web servers. Burp Suite also provides various features such as automatic security scanning, fuzzing, and web application crawling.
Subfinder - Subfinder is an open-source tool used to enumerate subdomains quickly and efficiently. It allows you to find subdomains associated with a target domain, which can help in reconnaissance and security assessments.
Nuclei - Nuclei is an open-source tool used to perform security scans on web applications and infrastructure. The tool focuses on discovering vulnerabilities and vulnerabilities related to poor configuration, software version flaws, and other common vulnerabilities.
Dalfox - DalFox is a powerful open-source tool that focuses on automation, making it ideal for scanning XSS flaws and analyzing parameters on the fly. Its advanced testing engine and niche features are designed to streamline the vulnerability detection and verification process.
Waybackurls Waybackurls is a command-line tool used to retrieve and extract URLs from the Wayback Machine, an internet archive that stores snapshots of website history. This tool allows you to collect a list of URLs previously indexed by the Wayback Machine for a specific domain or URL.
Naabu - Naabu is a port scanning tool written in Go that allows you to calculate valid ports for hosts in a fast and reliable way. It is a very simple tool that performs a quick SYN/CONNECT/UDP scan on a host/host list and lists all the ports that return replies.
Above are some Bug Bounty Hunting Tools, I did not write in full. To see some other tools you can directly visit the Parkerzanta Blog or you can visit the following links:
Hopefully it can help you to maximize in finding Bugs or Vulnerabilities in your respective bug bounty programs. #HappyHunting!