Hakku A Framework For Penetrating Testing And Developed on Arch Linux
What is Hakku Framework?
Hakku is simple framework that has been made for penetration testing tools. Hakku framework offers simple structure, basic CLI, and useful features for penetration testing tools developing. Hakku is on early stages and may be unstable, so please download the released versions from github or sourceforge, don't just clone github repository except you don't want stability, you want to try out latest features, or you just want to develop Hakku. Hakku is under MIT license, in other words you can do what you ever want with the source code.
What will i need to run Hakku framework?
Hakku framework is written in python 3, and developed mainly on Arch Linux. So you should get Hakku framework running with Linux based operating system, python 3.5, and the dependencies.
How i can get started?
If you are new to Hakku framework you should look at the official wiki.
- Linux supported, and developed on/for linux
- OS X support not planned
- Windows support not planned
Basic featuresHakku framework features basic CLI to load up and run penetration testing tools, simple scripting interface, and python api.
Hakku framework itself doesn't need nothing more than python 3.5, but it's network scanner requires tcpdump. Hakku includes all python dependencies so you don't have to install them.
All module dependencies are listed below. ethtool, aircrack-ng, ettercap-text-only, dsniff, xterm, driftnet, tcpdump, libnetfilter-queue-dev, python3.5-dev, hcitool, sslstrip, l2ping.
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