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Public Bug Bounty Targets Data


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A collection of over 5.1M sub-domains and assets belonging to bug bounty targets, all put in a single file (using a script ).

Goal of this repo is to track changes in targets and add/remove new/old targets, in order to perform reconnaissance en-masse, by putting them all in one place. Collecting all sub-domains at one place can make certain bulk operations like bulk vulnerability testing by fingerprinting easy, all at once!

Also, it is supposed to work as a mirror of the ProjectDiscovery's public bug bounty assets recon data.

Workflow

Install & Usage

[email protected]:~/recon/assets# ./targets_extract.py -h
usage: targets_extract.py [-h] [-d DIRECTORY] [-o OUTPUT] [-c PROCESSES]

If needed, specify output directory or, file name. Example:
./targets_extract.py -o assets.txt to store to ./output/assets.txt, optionally
specify directory (./targets_extract.py -d mydir). Also, you can increase
number of processes with -c flag to make it even faster.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -d DIRECTORY, --directory DIRECTORY
                        Specify an output directory [Default: ./output]
  -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
                        Specify an output file name [Default: all.txt]
  -c PROCESSES, --processes PROCESSES
                        Specify number of processes for faster extraction
                        [Default: 30]
  • Clone the repo: git clone https://github.com/BugBountyResources/targets.git
  • Navigate into the repo using: cd targets
  • Give execute permissions to script: chmod +x targets_extract.py
  • Run script: ./targets_extract.py

Further Customize

  • If you want to add more processes (for download & zip extraction), use the -c flag - ./targets_extract.py -c 60
  • If you want to output to custom file (saved to output/all.txt by default), you can specify the file name in -o flag - ./targets_extract.py -o custom.txt
  • If you want to store output in custom folder add an addition -d flag - ./targets_extract.py -d custom_directory

Stats


File Number of Assets
Download Part 1 2.55M (2,556,493)
Download Part 2 2.55M (2,556,493)

Total collected: 5.1M assets (5,112,986 assets)

Source of Data


Data collected from ProjectDiscovery's Chaos Project.

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