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🔥 Practical Scan Usage Cheatshet - Ready to use workflow has been heavily tested in real world target.

You can slowdown or speedup the scan by provide a --tactic or --threads-hole command line flag?

By default the threads hold for the workflow will equals of your number of CPUs, but you can change it by using --threads-hold=20. You can also use --tactic=gently flag to slowdown or the --tactic=aggressive speedup the scan.

To avoid encountering errors, it is important to ensure that the scan is executed using the correct input format.

Default workflow sthat come with Osmedeus Premium Package are:

Input Type Flow Name Description Example Commands
single tld (e.g: general (default) run normal routine osmedeus scan -f general -t
extensive run extensive routine with more in-depth module osmedeus scan -f extensive -t
vuln run fast routine with vuln scan osmedeus scan -f vuln -t
fast run fast routine for summary data osmedeus scan -f fast -t
subdomain-enum Running subdomain enumeration and dns resolving only osmedeus scan -f subdomain-enum -t
extensive-vuln run extensive vuln scan osmedeus scan -f extensive-vuln -t

a file contains a list of domains (line format: or domains run normal routine but without subdomain scan osmedeus scan -f domains -t list-of-domains.txt
vuln-and-dirb directly run on vuln scan and directory scan on list of domains osmedeus scan -f vuln-and-dirb -t list-of-http.txt

A file contains a list of URL urls Scanning for List of Domains, URLs or IP Address osmedeus scan -f urls -t list-of-urls.txt

A file contains a list of CIDR or a single CIDR cidr Scan for CIDR File osmedeus scan -f cidr -t /tmp/list_of_cidrs.txt
quick-cidr Scan for CIDR File but focus on common HTTP Ports osmedeus scan -f quick-cidr -t or osmedeus scan -f quick-cidr -t list-of-cidr.txt

What is it running behind the scene?

general workflow By default the tool will run a general workflow from this page.