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Buddy Panel - Detect

By kannthu

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What is the "Buddy Panel - Detect" module?

The "Buddy Panel - Detect" module is designed to detect the presence of the Buddy panel software. The Buddy panel is a web-based application that is used for continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) processes. This module focuses on identifying instances of the Buddy panel and provides information about its configuration and vulnerabilities.

This module has an informative severity level, which means it provides valuable insights and information about the Buddy panel without indicating any immediate threats or risks.

This module was authored by thardt-praetorian.


The impact of the Buddy panel detection module is primarily informational. It helps users identify the presence of the Buddy panel software and gain insights into its configuration. By detecting the Buddy panel, users can assess the potential risks and vulnerabilities associated with this software.

How does the module work?

The "Buddy Panel - Detect" module utilizes HTTP request templates and matching conditions to identify instances of the Buddy panel. It performs the following checks:

- Checks the HTML body for specific content, including the presence of the meta tag with the application name "Buddy" and the phrase "Buddy App". - Verifies the HTTP response status code, ensuring it is 200 (OK).

If both conditions are met, the module considers the presence of the Buddy panel as detected.

Here is an example of an HTTP request that the module may send:

GET / HTTP/1.1

The module matches the response of this request against the defined conditions to determine if the Buddy panel is present.

By using these matching conditions, the module provides accurate detection of the Buddy panel software.

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Passive global matcher
word: <meta name="application-name" content="B...and
status: 200
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