Using Chameleon for directory bruteforcing eliminates the process of manually detecting the technologies used on a host and identifying the correct wordlist to use. As such, not only does it saves time, but it can also lead to the discovery of files/endpoints which would otherwise be missed with a common wordlist. Since Chameleon is still at an early stage, I welcome any suggestions for improving it.
Chameleon provides better content discovery by using wappalyzer’s set of technology fingerprints alongside custom wordlists tailored to each detected technology.
The tool is highly customizable and allows users to add in their custom wordlists, extensions or fingerprints.
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