Skip to main content

A malware web scanner

Project description

A malware (web) scanner developed during CyperCamp Hackathon 2017

About

homepage

PyPI

Features

  • Scan any website for malware using OWASP WebMalwareScanner checksum and YARA rules databases
  • Perform some cleaning operations to improve website protection
  • Monitor the website for changes. Details are written in a log file
  • Custom website support
  • Scan your site to know if it has been infected with some malware
  • List your local backups
  • Logging support
  • Backup your site
  • Restore website
  • WordPress support
  • Scan your site to know if it has been infected with some malware
  • Scan for suspect files and compare with a clean installation
  • Clean up your site to avoid giving extra information to attackers
  • Backup your site (to recover later if you need)
  • List your local backups
  • Logging support
  • Restore website

Requirements

First of all, notice that this tool is developed under Linux and, at the moment, it has been tested only under this Operating System

  • Python >= 3

  • Some Python libraries

  • python-magic

  • yara-python

  • watchdog

  • termcolor

  • pypandoc

    santi@zenbook:$ pip3 install python-magic yara-python watchdog termcolor pypandoc
    

Notice

masc is developed under Linux and it has not been tested under any other Operating System.

Anyway, it should run without problems under any Unix-friendly OS. In particular, in Mac OSX I have noticed it’s neccesary to install Homebrew to use python-magic library propery as libmagic. Check first the previous link to the brew homepage and then you will be able to install as I show below:

santi@zenbook:$ brew install libmagic

Installation

To install masc on your computer, you can download a release, untar it and try. You can also install it usign pip (‘pip3 install masc’)

Usage

masc 0.1 (http://github.com/sfaci/masc)
usage: masc.py [-h] [--add-file FILENAME] [--add-word STRING] [--clean-cache]
               [--clean-site] [--list-backups] [--list-logs] [--make-backup]
               [--monitor] [--name NAME] [--rollback] [--scan PATH]
               [--site-type {wordpress,drupal,custom}]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --add-file FILENAME   Add a suspect file to the dictionary
  --add-word STRING     Add a suspect content to the dictionary
  --clean-cache         Clean masc cache (cache and logs files, NO backups)
  --clean-site          Clean up the site to hide information to attackers
  --list-backups        List local backups
  --make-backup         Create a local backup of the current installation
  --monitor             Monitor site to detect changes
  --name NAME           Name assigned to the scanned installation
  --rollback            Restore a local backup
  --scan PATH           Scan an installation at the given PATH
  --site-type {wordpress,drupal,custom}
                        which type of web you want to scan:: wordpress,
                        joomla, drupal or magento

Test

There is a repository in the Docker Hub to perform tests masc-wordpress

Documentation

You can find a complete tutorial about how to use masc in the wiki

Thanks

Thanks to OWASP WebMalwareScanner for some ideas and the signatures databases with checksums and YARA rules (and how to load it to work with).

Author

Santiago Faci santiago.faci@gmail.com

Project details


Download files

Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.

Files for masc, version 0.2.2
Filename, size File type Python version Upload date Hashes
Filename, size masc-0.2.2.tar.gz (19.6 MB) File type Source Python version None Upload date Hashes View

Supported by

Pingdom Pingdom Monitoring Google Google Object Storage and Download Analytics Sentry Sentry Error logging AWS AWS Cloud computing DataDog DataDog Monitoring Fastly Fastly CDN DigiCert DigiCert EV certificate StatusPage StatusPage Status page