Jsleak - A Go Code To Detect Leaks In JS Files Via Regex Patterns


jsleak is a tool to identify sensitive data in JS files through regex patterns. Although it's built for this, you can use it to identify anything as long as you have a regex pattern for it.


How to install

Directly:

{your package manager} install pkg-config libpcre++-devgo get github.com/0xTeles/jsleak/v2/jsleak

Compiled: release page


How to use
Usage of jsleak:  -json string        [+] Json output file  -pattern string        [+] File contains patterns to test  -verbose        [+] Verbose Mode

Demo
cat urls.txt | jsleak -pattern regex.txt[+] Url: http://localhost/index.js[+] Pattern: p([a-z]+)ch[+] Match: peach

To Do
  • Fix output
  • Add more patterns
  • Add stdin
  • Implement JSON input
  • Fix patterns
  • Implement PCRE

Regex list

Inspired by

Thanks

@fepame, @gustavorobertux, @Jhounx, @arthurair_es




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