The GoLismero community can contribute their ideas and improve GoLismero. In this way, updates are achieved more often and new functions are frecuently incorporated.
Tested on Windows, Linux, *BSD and OS X.
All of the framework has been written in pure Python.
Compared with other frameworks written in Python and other scripting languages, GoLismero has the best performance.
With very few commands, or even a single command, you can launch scans and report vulnerabilities.
New plugins can be developed using our cloud-based IDE. Writing plugins is easier than ever!
The framework also collects and unifies the results of well known tools: sqlmap, xsser, openvas, dnsrecon, theharvester...
CWE, CVE, OWASP and many others.
Designed for cluster deployment in mind (available soon).
We are Golismero team has a passion for security and get challenged to make security audits in companies with greater speed and quality results.
The GoLismero idea was born to make like easier for auditors who have to use many different, incompatible tools during a single audit.
We think it's important not to miss the product concept that represents the original idea, but without forgetting that when the contributions are repeated as give rise to a general requirement.
The key to working on this project we want to create a comfortable and quality to audits from a single tool.
The key to evolve a tool is to give good support to its users.
Each individual contributor plays a great role in the development of GoLismero. All their contributions are more worth than gold making them an invaluable asset to the product.
Daniel García (cr0hn) is a security researcher and pentester with whole experience in security world topics. Python senior developer and FreeBSD lover.
My roles in GoLismero project: Back-end developer and, some times, architect developer. And, when it's required, commercial too :-P.
Mario Vilas is a security researcher living in Madrid, whose interests go from the low-level (exploiting, shellcoding) to the high-level (web application security, Python programming). He's the author of WinAppDbg (http://winappdbg.sourceforge.net).
Mario's role in GoLismero is the development and maintenance of the core engine and the API for the plugins.
Raul Requero ia a passionate about technology, development and good practice, particularly agile methodologies and TDD. Currently lives and works in Madrid, where he performs tasks design and development of front-end architectures. Innovative character, always trying to learn and test the latest technologies.