Information Gathering

contact.sh – An OSINT tool to find contacts in order to report security vulnerabilities

An OSINT tool to find contacts in order to report security vulnerabilities.

Installation

Linux
Make sure you have installed the whois and jq packages.

$ git clone https://github.com/EdOverflow/contact.sh.git
$ cd contact.sh/
$ chmod u+x contact.sh
$ ./contact.sh -d google.com -c google

OSX

$ brew install gnu-sed --with-default-names
$ brew install jq
$ git clone https://github.com/EdOverflow/contact.sh.git
$ cd contact.sh/
$ chmod u+x contact.sh
$ ./contact.sh -d google.com -c google

Usage

$ ./contact.sh


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[i] Description: An OSINT tool to find contacts in order to report security vulnerabilities.
[i] Usage: ./contact.sh [Options] use -d for hostnames (-d example.com), -c for vendor name (-c example), and -f for a list of hostnames in a file (-f domains.txt) 
[i] Example: ./contact.sh -d google.com -c google

Use the -d flag when trying to find addresses linked to a domain. contact.sh will return a “Confidence level” based on the source of the information retrieved. A security.txt file located on the domain will have a higher priority than a Twitter account on the company’s website.

$ ./contact.sh -d google.com

The -c flag allows you to specify the company’s name.

$ ./contact.sh -c google

If the company’s name contains spaces, make sure to place the name inside quotes.

$ ./contact.sh -c "keeper security"

You can check a list of domains using the -f flag.

$ ./contact.sh -f domains.txt

For the best results, combine both flags as follows:

$ ./contact.sh -d google.com -c google

contact.sh abides by the target’s robots.txt file.

$ ./contact.sh -d linkedin.com


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[+] Finding security.txt files 
 | Confidence level: ★ ★ ★ 
[!] The robots.txt file does not permit crawling this hostname.

[+] Checking HackerOne's directory for hostname 
 | Confidence level: ★ ★ ★ 
https://hackerone.com/linkedin

 

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