GooFuzz is a script written in Bash Scripting that uses advanced Google search techniques to obtain sensitive information in files or directories without making requests to the web server.
Download and install:
$ git clone https://github.com/m3n0sd0n4ld/GooFuzz.git
$ cd GooFuzz
$ chmod +x GooFuzz
$ ./GooFuzz -h
Lists files by extensions separated by commas.
Lists files by extensions contained in a txt file.
Lists files by extension, either subdomain or domain and showing the first Google result.
List files, directories and even parameters by means of a wordlist (it is recommended to use only very small files).
Lists directories and files by specifying paths, words or file names.
- I am not responsible for the misuse of the tool.
- Google Search has mechanisms to prevent abusive use or detection of suspicious activity. If at any time the tool does not show results, Google has temporarily blocked you (e.g. Captcha).
- All the information obtained is public and through Google results.
- Logically, the searches are in Google, so it leaves no evidence in the logs of the target’s server.
- And very important, if you see a file, directory, subdomain, etc… Indexed in Google, does not mean that it still exists on the server (or it does ;)).
If you like the tool, find it useful in your work, Bug Bounty or as a hobby, you could help me like this:
- Tell your friends and co-workers about it.
- Contribute new ideas or help me to improve it by correcting bugs from here.
- How? Do you want to buy me a coffee? Thank you very much!