BeEF alternatives and similar gems
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Metasploit10.0 9.9 L1 BeEF VS MetasploitMetasploit Framework
Brakeman9.5 5.9 L3 BeEF VS BrakemanA static analysis security vulnerability scanner for Ruby on Rails applications
Gitrob9.3 0.0 L5 BeEF VS GitrobReconnaissance tool for GitHub organizations
Rack::Attack9.2 0.0 L5 BeEF VS Rack::AttackRack middleware for blocking & throttling
SecureHeaders8.6 6.1 BeEF VS SecureHeadersManages application of security headers with many safe defaults
bundler-audit8.0 3.8 L5 BeEF VS bundler-auditPatch-level verification for Bundler
RbNaCl6.0 2.6 L5 BeEF VS RbNaClRuby FFI binding to the Networking and Cryptography (NaCl) library (a.k.a. libsodium)
Hashids5.7 0.0 L5 BeEF VS HashidsA small Ruby gem to generate YouTube-like hashes from one or many numbers. Use hashids when you do not want to expose your database ids to the user.
Rack::Protection5.5 0.0 BeEF VS Rack::ProtectionNOTE: This project has been merged upstream to sinatra/sinatra
Ronin4.7 10.0 BeEF VS RoninRonin is a free and Open Source Ruby toolkit for security research and development. Ronin also allows for the rapid development and distribution of code, exploits, payloads, etc, via 3rd party git repositories.
Rack::UTF8Sanitizer3.7 0.0 BeEF VS Rack::UTF8SanitizerRack::UTF8Sanitizer is a Rack middleware which cleans up invalid UTF8 characters in request URI and headers.
Clamby2.3 0.0 BeEF VS ClambyClamAV interface to your Ruby on Rails project.
ronin-exploits1.9 10.0 BeEF VS ronin-exploitsA Ruby micro-framework for writing and running exploits
SiRP1.4 0.0 L5 BeEF VS SiRPSecure (interoperable) Remote Password Auth (SRP-6a)
ronin-vulns1.3 10.0 BeEF VS ronin-vulnsTests URLs for Local File Inclusion (LFI), Remote File Inclusion (RFI), SQL injection (SQLi), and Cross Site Scripting (XSS), Server Side Template Injection (SSTI), and Open Redirects.
TSS - Threshold Secret Sharing1.1 0.0 L5 BeEF VS TSS - Threshold Secret SharingA Ruby implementation of Threshold Secret Sharing (Shamir) as defined in IETF Internet-Draft draft-mcgrew-tss-03.txt
Active Entry0.7 0.0 BeEF VS Active EntryA flexible access control system for your Rails app
Rack::JsonWebTokenAuth0.5 0.0 L5 BeEF VS Rack::JsonWebTokenAuthRack middleware for authentication using JSON Web Tokens (JWT)
sessionKeys0.3 0.0 L5 BeEF VS sessionKeysA tool for the deterministic generation of unique user IDs, and NaCl cryptographic keys from a single username and high entropy passphrase.
Rack::ContentSecurityPolicy0.3 0.0 L5 BeEF VS Rack::ContentSecurityPolicyRack middleware for declaratively setting the HTTP ContentSecurityPolicy (W3C CSP Level 2/3) security header to help prevent against XSS and other browser based attacks.
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What is BeEF?
BeEF is short for The Browser Exploitation Framework. It is a penetration testing tool that focuses on the web browser.
Amid growing concerns about web-borne attacks against clients, including mobile clients, BeEF allows the professional penetration tester to assess the actual security posture of a target environment by using client-side attack vectors. Unlike other security frameworks, BeEF looks past the hardened network perimeter and client system, and examines exploitability within the context of the one open door: the web browser. BeEF will hook one or more web browsers and use them as beachheads for launching directed command modules and further attacks against the system from within the browser context.
You can get in touch with the BeEF team. Just check out the following:
Please, send us pull requests!
Security Bugs: [email protected]
- Operating System: Mac OSX 10.5.0 or higher / modern Linux. Note: Windows is not supported.
- Ruby: 2.7 or newer
- SQLite: 3.x
- Node.js: 10 or newer
- The gems listed in the Gemfile: https://github.com/beefproject/beef/blob/master/Gemfile
- Selenium is required on OSX:
brew install selenium-server-standalone(See https://github.com/shvets/selenium)
The following is for the impatient.
install script installs the required operating system packages and all the prerequisite Ruby gems:
For full installation details, please refer to INSTALL.txt or the Installation page on the wiki.
Upon successful installation, be sure to read the Configuration page on the wiki for important details on configuring and securing BeEF.
To get started, simply execute beef and follow the instructions: