Maltego

Maltego is an intelligence gathering tool, its available for windows, mac, and Linux. We will be using Kali Linux where its available by default. Remember to register on their website and I have it configured.

There are a lot of things maltego can do not just information gathering it can also brute force a website login page, SQL injection and scanning the targets.Now we will be looking how to do a quick Vulnerability scan on a website using maltego.

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Open a terminal and type “ maltegoce ”. You should have it up and be running, register and make sure you give a legit email id since they will be sending confirmation links etc..Now it will ask you to start a machine.

Installing Maltego Teeth Kali Linux Tutorial

Open terminal and type in “apt-get install maltego-teeth“.

After installing maltego teeth, we will have to import the configuration file from the following location /opt/Teeth/etc/Maltego_config.mtz.
select all the entities and click next and finish.

Press Ctrl + t. you will have a blank graph open in front of you. To your left you will be having the palette, play around it you can see a lot of entity like banners, port, website etc.Drag the website entity to the blank graph and type in the website you want.

Now let’s try to obtain the IP address through reverse DNS to IP. Scroll down the run view to find “To IP Address [DNS]”

Then click on the IP address and to your left search for the local transform “TTNMAPPLUS“ and click on the play button, its gonna take a minute or two depending upon your internet connection speed to pop up the results. it will show the open ports.

Now select all the ports, do a banner grabbing and show the services associated with those ports using ” TTservicetoPort” and “TTServiceToBanner”.

We will do a quick vulnerability scanning using “TTquickVulnSearch” to see if maltego picks anything juicy.

Maltego was able to find the webserver was running a Debian 5 server which is really old and prone to many vulnerabilities. it also shows what types of vulnerabilities are listed in the details view to the right.