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# Hacker-cmd
some tools in python

# Usage

### install> brew install redis # mac
> apt-get install redis-server

### run service

> brew services start redis / service redis start

> pip3 install hackcmds

> # first use need to update zsh/bash_history's content to redis

> Hacker -uh

> Hacker -c # to create a new cmds

usage: how to use this

This is a script to make a new cmd to execute sub cmds , or run Modules. #
will run Module first , then if no Module found will run cmds_comb example: -c
to make a cmd 'scan url=xxx' which include 'whois {url}' 'host {url}' ---
write by qingluan

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-c, --create create mode
-s SEARCH, --search SEARCH
search cmd from history and db.
-uh, --update-history
search cmd from history and db.
-D, --delete delete some cmds in DB. [interact mode]
--init init this project .. to create DB.
-V, --console if see console's log.
-lm, --list-multi show combination cmd in DB.
-A ADD_MODULE, --add-module ADD_MODULE
add a hacker module code .
-st SH, --sh SH set sh's type , default is zsh
-v, --verbos more info.

## Modules

this tool can add a Module to 'site-package/Hackcmds' path by '-A' option

> Hacker -A UrlsSpy # can add a file named to $PYTHON/site-package/Hacker/

when you add a option , can use it as cmd_comb

> Hacker UrlsSpy args=xxx args2=xxx2 ….
> # the ‘args ‘ you can see by
> Hacker UrlsSpy help=t
> … path
> set a root path to detect code.

you can add payloads to each Module by

> Hacker <Module> new_res=“arg,args, arg,” / “a file’s path”

class (Module):
def init_args(self):
return {
"path": "set a root path to detect code.",
def init_payload(self, **kargs):
self.payloads = [i[0] for i in self.get_res("payload")]
self.options['shell'] = "<cmd> \"{payload}\""

def run(self, options_and_payload, **kargs):
sh = self.options['shell']
return**options_and_payload), **kargs)

# this is templates:
# infact you just need to inherit 'Module'
# like this

class Xxx(Module):
def init_args(self):
this function is just for 'help' terminal
return {
'args' : 'some description for this option',
def init_payloads(self, **kargs):
this function is a way to set options and get payloads from DB
self.options ..
self.payloads ...
self.options['shell'] = 'xxxx {payload}' # xxxx is a key to run in local os .payload will wrap from payloads , by use 'for payload in payloads:'

def run(self, payload):
.... # how to use payload
# this function will be excuted by self.ex
# self.ex's code
# def ex(self):
# for payload in self.payloads:
# self.options['payload'] = payload

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