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0005204Kali Linux[All Projects] New Tool Requestspublic2019-01-10 11:07
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Summary0005204: SlackPirate - Slack Enumeration and Sensitive Information Extraction Tool
Description- [Name] - SlackPirate
- [Version] - The latest version listed in https://github.com/emtunc/SlackPirate/releases
- [Homepage] - https://github.com/emtunc/SlackPirate/
- [Download] - https://github.com/emtunc/SlackPirate/releases
- [Author] - Mikail Tunç
- [Licence] - Distributed on Github - GNU General Public License
- [Description] - The tool enumerates Slack Workspaces (given a cookie or token), extracts sensitive information and dumps the results to files
- [Dependencies] - Tested on a fresh install of Kali 2018.4 and the tool worked straight out of the box - no dependencies needed fetching. Nonetheless, here is what the tool needs to work: Python 3 and the following Python modules: requests, colorama, termcolor, pathlib, argparse
- [Similar tools] - There is a tool called SlackExtract however it is written in PowerShell and does not have as many features as this tool (SlackExtract will attempt to pull *all* messages and *all* files which is not very scalable on very large Workspaces whereas SlackPirate is more precise and searches for certain interesting keywords)
- [Activity] - Project started in late December 2018 and is being actively developed. There are a number of active contributors making the tool better every day.
- [How to install] - Python script with some dependencies (Kali 2018.4 seems to have all the dependencies already installed) so a straight forward `python3 SlackPirate.py --help` is all that is required to get started
- [How to use] - SlackPirate --help to view the help context. --cookie used to provide a cookie and grab all Workspaces and tokens. --token to start the extraction and dumping phase.

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