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Essential RECON Tools Essential RECON Tools In this article, I'll discuss my favourite recon tools which I often use in Bug Bounty. And a few years ago, I posted a Twitter post by sharing my RECON steps for Bug Bounty with essential tools and that Twitter post got some serious attention and people from all over the world from security saw that post. And the thread got more than 40,000 views, till today also people are following that thread, really appreciated it.
10 Recon Tools For Bug Bounty 10 Recon Tools For Bug Bounty Information Gathering is the most important stage of every penetration testing so that you will have a better understanding about your target to exploit vulnerabilities and information like (IP addresses, Subdomain, Open ports and etc.) but to gather information you need proper reconnaissance tools and there are many recon tools which are available on Github but among them, I found Top 10 Recons tools which you can use to gather all of this information about your target.
Cross-Site-Scripting - Reflected (AJAX/XML) Cross-Site-Scripting - Reflected (AJAX/XML) This is the demonstration of Cross-Site Scripting attack in XML response on AJAX webpage and for this demo, I’ll be using bWAPP and bWAPP is a buggy web application and we can use to test various vulnerabilities in the web.
Cross-site-Scripting - Reflected (GET & POST) Cross-site-Scripting - Reflected (GET & POST) This is the demonstration of Cross-scripting — Reflected attack on GET & POST method and for the demo, I’ll be using bWAPP and bWAPP is a buggy web application and we can use to test various vulnerabilities in the web.
Cross-Site-Scripting - Reflected (JSON) Cross-Site-Scripting - Reflected (JSON) This is the demonstration of Cross-scripting — Reflected attack on JSON response and for this demo, I’ll be using bWAPP and bWAPP is a buggy web application and we can use to test various vulnerabilities in the web.