Bugs-feed - A Local Hosted Portal Where You Can Search For The Latest News, Videos, CVEs, Vulnerabilities...


[![](https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-lBIHq4ZXBxU/YSRlkJ2rtxI/AAAAAAAAtxo/CMmEcUXkL24X97GlYFEjPkFVwZkYz-JrgCNcBGAsYHQ/w640-h346/Bugs-feed_7_Demo.gif)](<https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-lBIHq4ZXBxU/YSRlkJ2rtxI/AAAAAAAAtxo/CMmEcUXkL24X97GlYFEjPkFVwZkYz-JrgCNcBGAsYHQ/s1800/Bugs-feed_7_Demo.gif>) Bug's feed is a local hosted portal where you can search for the latest news, videos, CVEs, vulnerabilities... It's implemented as a PWA application so you can get rid of the explorer and use it as a [desktop](<https://www.kitploit.com/search/label/Desktop> "desktop" ) application. Navigate through different tabs and take a look to the latest bugs or search in all of them at once. It comes with a configuration pane in which you can modify hashtags and video channels to your own belong. ** **About The Project** ** > This is my first huge project. It's not perfect and will need to be improved. See Contributing. As a [hacking](<https://www.kitploit.com/search/label/Hacking> "hacking" ) and development enthusiast I'm in love with the idea of making my own [scripts](<https://www.kitploit.com/search/label/Scripts> "scripts" ) of the lastest vulnerabilities. **The problem: **there is so much information out there. Lots of new [vulnerabilities](<https://www.kitploit.com/search/label/vulnerabilities> "vulnerabilities" ) are discovered in just a day, innumerable related tweets are written and so their corresponding videos are filmed. **The solution: **to gather all the information in one place and make it easy to disaggregate so you can extract the relevant knowledge. Bug's feed is a docker containered [Flask](<https://pypi.org/project/Flask/> "Flask" ) application which makes use of [Selenium](<https://www.selenium.dev/> "Selenium" ), [Twint](<https://github.com/twintproject/twint> "Twint" ) and [FeedParser](<https://pypi.org/project/feedparser/> "FeedParser" ) to scrape different websites like Hackerone, Youtube, Bugcrowd, Exploit Database or Twitter and stores the results in a [Mongo](<https://www.mongodb.com/es> "Mongo" ) database. Most of requests go through [Tor](<https://www.torproject.org/> "Tor" ) and with a random user agent. > Except those to twitter, youtube, oxford and [bugcrowd](<https://www.kitploit.com/search/label/Bugcrowd> "bugcrowd" ) (this may change in the future). [![](https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-lBIHq4ZXBxU/YSRlkJ2rtxI/AAAAAAAAtxo/CMmEcUXkL24X97GlYFEjPkFVwZkYz-JrgCNcBGAsYHQ/w640-h346/Bugs-feed_7_Demo.gif)](<https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-lBIHq4ZXBxU/YSRlkJ2rtxI/AAAAAAAAtxo/CMmEcUXkL24X97GlYFEjPkFVwZkYz-JrgCNcBGAsYHQ/s1800/Bugs-feed_7_Demo.gif>) > Scrapping so much information, depending on different websites, makes easy to break some of the scripts. Consider using the manual refresh button if something fails. ** **Prerequisites** ** * [Docker](<https://www.docker.com/> "Docker" ) * [Docker-compose](<https://docs.docker.com/compose/> "Docker-compose" ) ** **Installation** ** > You can define the port on the .env file ** **Release** ** Download the [latest release](<https://github.com/PwnedShell/Bugs-feed/releases/latest> "latest release" ) and run `docker-compose up -d` ** **Source code** ** # Clone Bugs-feed git clone https://github.com/pwnedshell/Bugs-feed.git # Go to Bugs-feed folder cd Bugs-feed/ # Run docker compose docker-compose up -d ** **Usage** ** 1. Go to [localhost:9600](<http://localhost:9600> "localhost:9600" ) 2. Wait 5 minutes (only first time) 3. Download the desktop application (optional) 4. Hunting time! ** **Contributing** ** I have developed this project by myself. I carry other projects and I'm not able to focus on this one. Please feel free to contribute. I would try to fix bugs and implement more features as fast as possible. 1. Fork the Project 2. Create your Feature Branch (`git checkout -b feature/AmazingFeature`) 3. Commit your Changes (`git commit -m 'Add some AmazingFeature'`) 4. Push to the Branch (`git push origin feature/AmazingFeature`) 5. Open a [Pull Request](<https://github.com/PwnedShell/Bugs-feed/pulls> "Pull Request" ) ** **Disclaimer** ** This project is designed to facilitate information about recent vulnerabilities, always referring to its scrapped pages. The use of the obtained information it's under your own responsibility. **[Download Bugs-feed](<https://github.com/PwnedShell/Bugs-feed> "Download Bugs-feed" )**