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Git web interface

By kannthu

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What is the "Git web interface?"

The "Git web interface" module is designed to detect the presence of a Git web interface on a target website. It focuses on identifying the version of the Git web interface and provides information about any potential misconfigurations, vulnerabilities, or software fingerprints associated with it. This module has a low severity level and was authored by dhiyaneshDK.


The impact of the Git web interface module depends on the specific findings it uncovers. If misconfigurations or vulnerabilities are detected, they could potentially expose sensitive information or allow unauthorized access to the Git repository. Additionally, the module can provide insights into the software version being used, which can be useful for security assessments and patch management.

How does the module work?

The Git web interface module operates by sending HTTP requests to the target website and analyzing the responses based on predefined matching conditions. It checks for the presence of the phrase "git web interface version" in the HTML content of the web page, indicating the potential existence of a Git web interface. The module also verifies that the HTTP response status is 200, ensuring that the web page is accessible. The module's matching conditions are designed to accurately identify instances of the Git web interface.

Example HTTP request:

GET / HTTP/1.1
User-Agent: Vidoc-Scanner

The module's matching conditions:

- The HTML content of the web page must contain the phrase "git web interface version". - The HTTP response status must be 200.

By analyzing the responses and matching conditions, the Git web interface module provides valuable insights into the presence and potential vulnerabilities associated with Git web interfaces.

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Passive global matcher
word: git web interface versionand
status: 200
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