September 4th, 2005, 07:27 PM
Massive Enumeration Toolset
Stumbled on this :
MET was released on August 30 by "Petko Petkov" and announced on the Full Disclosure mailing list. Written in the Python scripting language, MET is a collection of scripts designed to mine data from the gigantic databases stored by Google's search engine.
Massive Enumeration Toolset (MET) is a collection of python based scripts designed to perform various Passive Information Gathering techniques which can be helpful when evaluating the security of public computer networks.
Very new, not well documented, but interesting . . .
After a long month of examining how Google™ Search Engine works, I finally managed to release version 0.5 of MET. The package is far from perfect although I tried my best to make it as good as possible. A list of top highlights from version 0.5 is presented here:
* Supports Johnny's GHDB (Google Hacking Database XML Format)
* Supports Googles™'s API (Soap Based Protocol for performing search queries)
* Supports Google™'s Mobile (Alternative frontend interface availabel to mobile users)