People tracker on the Internet: Learn to track the world, to avoid being traced.
Trape is a recognition tool that allows you to track people, the information you can get is very detailed. We want to teach the world through this, as large Internet companies could monitor you, obtaining information beyond your IP.
One of its most enticing functions is the remote recognition of sessions. You can know where a person has logged in, remotely. This occurs through a Bypass made to the Same Origin Policy (SOP)
Currently, you can try everything from a web interface. (The console, becomes a preview of the logs and actions)
Registration of victims, requests among other data are obtained in real time.
If you get more information from a person behind a computer, you can generate a more direct and sophisticated attack. Trape was used at some point to track down criminals and know their behavior.
You can do real-time phishing attacks
Simple hooking attacks
Important details of the objective
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
Recognizes the sessions of the following services
How to use it
First, unload the tool.
git clone https://github.com/boxug/trape.git
python trape.py -h
If it does not work, try to install all the libraries that are located in the file requirements.txt
pip install -r requirements.txt
Example of execution
python trape.py –url http://example.com
In the option –url you must put the lure, can be a news page, an article something that serves as a presentation page.
In the –port option you just put the port where you want it to run
Do you like to monitor your people? Everything is possible with Trape
Do you want to perform phishing attacks? Everything is possible with Trape
In the Files directory, located on the path: /static/files here you add the files with .exe extension or download files sent to the victim.
At an international security event in Colombia, called DragonJAR Security Conference 2017, a demonstration was made before the launch. You can watch the video here.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vStSEsznxgE
We are totally convinced that if we teach how vulnerable things are, we can make the Internet a safer place.