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Created by trimstray and contributors

Description is a shell script for http/https troubleshooting and profiling. It's also a simple wrapper around several open source security tools.

For a more detailed understanding of, its parameters, functions and how it all works, run --examples or see the Wiki.



How To Use

To install itself:

# Clone this repository
git clone

# Go into directory

# Install
sudo ./ install

# Install dependencies (Debian 8/9, Ubuntu 18.x and MacOS support)
#   - recommend build docker image or install dependencies manually
#   - before init please see what it does and which packages are available on your repository
sudo ./

# Show examples --examples

# Run the app -u -s -h
  • symlink to bin/ is placed in /usr/local/bin
  • man page is placed in /usr/local/man/man8

or build docker image:

# Clone this repository
git clone

# Go into directory and build docker image
cd && build/

# Run the app
docker run --rm -it --name -u -s -h


Provides the following options: v1.1.7

  Usage: <option|long-option> [value]

  Examples: -u -s -h -b -u --all-scans


        --help                                show this message
        --version                             show script version
        --examples                            show script examples


        -u|--url <value>                      set target url with http/https protocol
        -s|--ssl                              show basic ssl server/connection parameters
        -h|--headers                          show response headers
        -b|--body                             show response body
        -M|--req-method <value>               set request method (default: GET)
        -H|--req-header <value>               set request header(s)
        -p|--proxy <value>                    set proxy server (not for external tools)
        -r|--resolve <value>                  resolve the host+port to this address
        -i|--iface <value>                    set network interface (or address)
        -a|--all-scans                        use all external security tools

    Security tools:

        --testssl                             test ssl protocols and ciphers (
        --observatory                         analyze website headers (mozilla observatory)
        --ssllabs                             deep analysis of the ssl web server (ssllabs)
        --mixed-content                       scan website for non-secure resources (mixed-content-scan)
        --nse                                 scan website and domain with nse library (nmap)
        --waf                                 detect and bypass web application firewalls (wafw00f)
        --dns                                 enumerate subdomains (subfinder) and perform zone transfer
        --http2                               test HTTP/2 (nghttp2)


        --ssl-bin <path>                      set path to the openssl bin
        --ssl-debug                           debug ssl connection
        --cache-bypass <value>                try (proxy) cache bypass
        --user-agent <value>                  set 'User-Agent' header
        --referer <value>                     set 'Referer' header
        --auth <value>                        set authentication method
        --httpv <value>                       set http version
        --tlsv <value>                        set tls version
        --ciph <value>                        set of cryptographic algorithm
        --max-redirects <num>                 set max redirects (default: 10)
        --timeout <num>                       set max timeout (default: 15)
        --hide-src-ip                         hide source ip from output


See this.

Code Contributors

This project exists thanks to all the people who contribute.


GPLv3 :

Free software, Yeah!

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