how to install and use dirhunt Find Web Directories Without Bruteforce

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Asalamu alaikum guys my name is Mr robot Ng hacker today I will going to show you how to install and use dirhunt find web directories without brute force for education

Dirhunt is a web crawler optimize for search and analyze directories. This tool can find interesting things if the server has the "index of" mode enabled. Dirhunt is also useful if the directory listing is not enabled. It detects directories with false 404 errors, directories where an empty index file has been created to hide things and much more.

Tested on

Termux
Ubuntu
Kali-Linux
Arch
Fedora
Manjaro

Features

° Process one or multiple sites at a time.
° Process 'Index Of' pages and report interesting files.
° Detect redirectors.
° Detect blank index file created on directory to hide things.
° Process some html files in search of new directories.
° 404 error pages and detect fake 404 errors.
° Filter results by flags.
° Analyze results at end. It also processes date & size of the Index Pages.
° Get new directories using robots.txt, VirusTotal, Google, CommonCrawl (NEW!), SSL Certificate (NEW!), Crt.sh (NEW!) & Wayback (NEW!).
° Delay between requests.
° One or multiple proxies option. It can also ° search for free proxies.
° Save the results to a JSON file
° Resume the aborted scans

Install Dirhunt: 
You can install Dirhunt using the Python package manager pip. Open your terminal or command prompt and run the following command:

$ pip install dirhunt

This will download and install Dirhunt and its dependencies.

Usage: 
Once Dirhunt is installed, you can start using it by running the dirhunt command in your terminal. For example:

$ dirhunt -u http://example.com

Additional Options: 
Dirhunt has various options and flags that you can use to customize your scan, such as specifying the wordlist to use, setting the number of threads, and more. You can see the available options and their descriptions by running:

$ dirhunt --help

Output: 
By default, Dirhunt will display the results of the scan in your terminal. You can also save the results to a file using the -o or --output option. For example:

$ dirhunt -u http://example.com -o output.txt

This will save the results to a file named output.txt.

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