Hey Folks, in this tutorial we are going to talk about an open source information gathering tool called “Osmedeusr“. Osmedeus allows you automated run the collection of awesome tools to reconnaissance and vulnerability scanning against the target.

Let’s take a look 🙂 !!


We have to download this tool from github by using the git command and then go to the directory of this tool. After completing all the steps we will execute the bash command to setup this tool completely.

Done 🙂 !! The tool has been setup successfully and now we can boot this tool using the following command.

Usage Guide

You can see all the features available in this tool by executing the above command.

Create User

This provides us GUI interface to control and manage the output of the scanning, so we need to create a user for login to the web application.

Basic Scan

This is a basic scan but it will dump almost everything at the same time. Just add your taregt details and execute the command.

After executing the command it will give us the location where the web application is actually hosted and running locally. Just open the given location by the tool.

Good 🙂 !! The GUI interface looks great and now we need to enter the created credentials.


After successful login we get the following option inside the web application. In the summary section we get the list of subdomains.

Logs Summary

On the other hand you can see all past and present ongoing scanning as well as their path where they are being saved.

Report Summary

Through the following section we can directly see all the saved results of the specific host or the target.

Hmmm 🙂 !! As we told you that you can see the saved output by clicking the “Bash Output” button on the terminal.

Also, if you don’t like the GUI interface, you can also see the result on the command line terminal.

We cannot cover all the facilities at the same time, so thus you can use every single feature of the tool yourself.

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Shubham Goyal Certified Ethical Hacker, information security analyst, penetration tester and researcher. Can be Contact on Linkedin.

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