gowitness is a website screenshot utility written in Golang, that uses Chrome Headless to generate screenshots of web interfaces using the command line, with a handy report viewer to process results. Both Linux and macOS is supported, with Windows support mostly working.
For installation information and other documentation, please refer to the wiki here.
Examples of how to run some of the commands in gowitness are available in the help menus. Add the
--help flag for any sub command for verbose help information. For example:
gowitness single --help Takes a screenshot of a single given URL and saves it to a file. If no --output is provided, a filename for the screenshot will be automatically generated based on the given URL. If an absolute output file path is given, the --destination parameter will be ignored. Usage: gowitness single [URL] [flags] Examples: $ gowitness single https://twitter.com $ gowitness single --destination ~/tweeps_dir https://twitter.com $ gowitness --disable-db single --destination ~/tweeps_dir https://twitter.com $ gowitness single -o /screenshots/twitter.png https://twitter.com $ gowitness single --destination ~/screenshots -o twitter.png https://twitter.com
- screenshot a single website
gowitness single https://www.google.com/
- screenshot a cidr using 20 threads
gowitness scan --cidr 192.168.0.0/24 --threads 20
- screenshot open http services from an namp file
gowitness nmap -f nmap.xml --open --service-contains http
- run the report server
gowitness report serve