APT2 - An Automated Penetration Testing Toolkit

This tool will perform an NMap scan, or import the results of a scan from Nexpose, Nessus, or NMap. The processesd results will be used to launch exploit and enumeration modules according to the configurable Safe Level and enumerated service information.
All module results are stored on localhost and are part of APT2's Knowledge Base (KB). The KB is accessible from within the application and allows the user to view the harvested results of an exploit module.


NOTE: APT2 is currently only tested on Linux based OSes. If you can confirm that it works on other OSes, please let us know.
On Kali Linux install python-nmap library: python setup.py install

Current External Program/Script Dependencies

To make full use of all of APT2's modules, the following external dependencies should be install on your system:
convert, dirb, hydra, java, john, ldapsearch, msfconsole, nmap, nmblookup, phantomjs, responder, rpcclient, secretsdump.py, smbclient, snmpwalk, sslscan, xwd

Configuration (Optional)

APT2 uses the default.cfg file in the misc directory. Edit this file to configure APT2 to run as you desire.
Current options include:
  • metasploit
  • nmap
  • threading
Metasploit RPC API (metasploit)
APT2 can utuilize your host's Metasploit RPC interface (MSGRPC). Additional Information can be found here: https://help.rapid7.com/metasploit/Content/api-rpc/getting-started-api.html
Configure NMAP scan settings to include the target, scan type, scan port range, and scan flags. These settings can be configured while the program is running.
Configure the number of the threads APT2 will use.


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With Configuration File

apt2 -C <config.txt>

Import Nexpose, Nessus, or NMap XML

apt2 -f <nmap.xml>

Specify Target Range to Start

apt2 --target

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