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To scan your application effectively, it is important that HawkScan find all the paths being served by your application. By default, HawkScan will first run a web crawler or “spider” to discover all the paths of your application before running active scans. For example you will see output on the terminal that will look something like this:
[INFO] shawk 2019-10-10 17:44:20,868 Spider complete [INFO] shawk 2019-10-10 17:44:20,875 24 URLs after spiders http://localhost:3000 http://localhost:3000/about http://localhost:3000/assets http://localhost:3000/assets/account_activation.self-877aef30ae1b040ab8a3aba4e3e309a11d7f2612f44dde450b5c157aa5f95c05.js?body=1 http://localhost:3000/assets/account_activations.self-e3b0c44298fc1c149afbf4c8996fb92427ae41e4649b934ca495991b7852b855.css?body=1 http://localhost:3000/assets/action_cable.self-69fddfcddf4fdef9828648f9330d6ce108b93b82b0b8d3affffc59a114853451.js?body=1 http://localhost:3000/contact http://localhost:3000/help http://localhost:3000/microposts http://localhost:3000/microposts/2 http://localhost:3000/microposts/56 http://localhost:3000/microposts/8 http://localhost:3000/robots.txt http://localhost:3000/search http://localhost:3000/searchresults http://localhost:3000/sitemap.xml http://localhost:3000/users http://localhost:3000/users/1 http://localhost:3000/users/1/followers http://localhost:3000/users/1/following http://localhost:3000/users/2 http://localhost:3000/users/2/edit http://localhost:3000/users/2/followers http://localhost:3000/users/2/following Scan status Stock-Default-Policy (http://host.docker.internal:3000) [4%]
If you do not see URLs and paths that you expect your application to serve, you may need to modify your
stackhawk.yml to include form authentication or an api specification. See the
app.api configuration options for more detail.
Problem: localhost scans fail, returning the following error:
Error: Unable to scan localhost on ports 0..1023. Please use a permitted port 1024..65535 to proceed.
Solution: HawkScan reports this error when a kernel port (0..1023) is set to a scan against localhost.
HawkScan runs in an unprivileged container which provides permissions for the userland context only. This requires scans against localhost to use a permitted ephemeral port (eg. 1024-65535).
Please refer to the Docker User Guide for more information.
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