XSSearch

A Comprehensive Reflected XSS Scanner






XSSearch is a comprehensive reflected XSS tool with 3000+ Payloads for automating XSS attacks and validating XSS endpoints.


DISCLAIMER :

The XSSearch developer will not be held liable if the tool is used with harmful or criminal intent. Please use at your own risk. ?


USES :

  • XSSearch can be used to discover reflected Cross Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities¬†
  • XSSearch is capable of validating XSS payloads.
  • XSSearch will facilitate in the automation of brute – force attack for the verification of reflected XSS.
  • Works on all Linux environment
  • This can also be used in penetration testing to evaluate sanitization strength.

FEATURES :

  • Contains more than 3000 payloads for XSS validation
  • Works on selenium framework & ChromeDriver
  • It is faster than other XSS tools since the code is very light and rapid.
  • The code and payloads can be modified according to the situation.

SETUP & INSTALLATION

XSSearch requires Selenium, ChromeDriver and Python to work smoothly on your system.

Installing Selenium

$ sudo apt update
$ pip3 install selenium

Installing Chrome Browser for Linux (Skip this if you already have Chrome browser on your Linux)

$ wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
$ sudo apt install ./google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb

You may use the command to start Chrome from your terminal.

$ google-chrome --no-sandbox

Downloading ChromeDriver

Go to https://chromedriver.chromium.org/downloads and get the linux 64 zipped version of ChromeDriver 80.0.3987.106.

Unzip the zip file. There will be a file for ChromeDriver. Open terminal on the same location and use the following command.

$ sudo chmod +x chromedriver
$ sudo mv -f chromedriver /usr/bin/chromedriver

USAGE

XSSearch is a command line tool that uses a single command line instruction for simple and speedy execution.
Note : This tool will only work on url which has a input paramter in the url. Example : www[.]target[.]com/?xyz=

$ python3 xssearch.py -u url.com/?s={xss} -p payloads.txt

Arguments :
-u : It is required for URL input
-p : It is required for Payload file input
{xss} : It is a placeholder that the user should append after an equal to sign (=) in the url argument.

Live Usage

$ python3 xssearch.py -u https://ac121f0e1eb31ae5c0c9473f00f400f7.web-security-academy.net/?search={xss} -p payloads.txt

Above is the screenshot of the tool with live example.
Valid XSS exploits are marked with red alerts.
Invalid XSS exploits are marked with blue alerts.

Errors & Warnings
The following are some errors that might arise as a result of an incomplete command, not specifying arguments or not specifying placeholders.

Use the below command to get help

$ python3 xssearch.py -h


LICENSE

MIT-License


More suggestions and contributions are highly appreciated to make this tool better ?

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