Few weeks ago, I’ve built a small script and put it to
execute in cron in order to have an up2date local copy of
milw0rm. Ofcourse that’s pretty handy for several reasons.
For example milw0rm may go down and the exploit database tobe lost forever. This once happened with hack.co.za which ceasedto exist several years ago, even though it has one of thegreatest exploits database for it’s time.
Luckily I did a copy of hack.co.za, knowing that it’s gone
day might come here is the mirror archive of hack.co.za database
Anyways back to the main topic which was creating routine mirror
copy of milw0rm exploits database.
Here is the small script that needs to be setup on cron in order tohave periodic copy of milw0rm exploits database.
#!/usr/local/bin/bash# Download milw0rm exploitsdownload_to='/home/hipo/exploits';milw0rm_archive_url='http://milw0rm.com/sploits/milw0rm.tar.bz2';milw0rm_archive_name='milw0rm.tar.bz2';if [ ! -d '/home/hipo/exploits' ]; thenmkdir -p $download_to;ficd $download_to;wget -q $milw0rm_archive_url;tar -jxvvf $milw0rm_archive_name;rm -f $milw0rm_archive_name;exit 0The script is available as wellfor download via milw0rm_exploits_download.sh
To make the script operational I’ve set it up to execute via cron with
the following cron record:
00 1 * * * /path_to_script/milw0rm_exploits_download.sh >/dev/null 2>&1Here is another shell code I used to download all packetstormsecurity exploits frompacketstormsecurity’s website:
#!/usr/local/bin/bash# Download packetstormsecurity exploits# uses jot in order to run in freebsdpacketstorm_download_dir='/home/hipo/exploits';if [ ! -d "$packetstorm_download" ]; thenmkdir -p "$packetstorm_download";for i in $(jot 12); do wget http://www.packetstormsecurity.org/0"$i"11-exploits/0"$i"11-exploits.tgz; done
The script can be obtained also via following link (packetstormsecurity_expl_db_download.sh)
Another interesting tutorial that relates to the topic of building local
mirrors (local exploit database) is an article I found on darkc0de.com’s
website calledHow to build a local exploit database
The article explains thoroughly
howto prepare packetstormsecurity exploits database mirrorand
how to mirror milw0rm through python scripts.
Herein I include links to the 2 mirror scripts:
PacketStorm Security Mirror Script
milw0rm archive mirror script
Basicly the milw0rm archive script is identical to the small shellscript
I’ve written and posted above in the article. However I believe there is
one advantage of the shellscript it doesn’t require you
to have python installed 🙂