Rekono uses other hacking tools in combination with their results to automate pentesting against targets. If required, the results of the executions can also be exported to . Rekono also includes a Telegram Bot that allows you to execute commands from any location and on any device.
- Combining hacking tools to make pentesting
results, and get them by
- Defect-Dojo Integration to Import the Findings from Rekono
What’s the deal?
Did you think of the steps you take when you start a pentesting project? You might start by performing OSINT tasks in order to collect public information on the target. You might then use hosts discovery or ports enumeration software. Once you have a better understanding of the target’s vulnerabilities, you will be able to run more targeted tools on each service in order to obtain more details and possibly, exploits. Finally, once you have the information you need, you can search for public exploits to gain access to the target machine. This is not a realistic scenario. In most cases the vulnerability was discovered by pentester skills, and not scanning software. How much time are you spending trying to learn as many hacking tools as possible before you actually use your skills? Probably, too much.
Automate the process so you can focus on finding weaknesses using your skills, and the Rekono information sent to you.
It is derived from Esperanto, which means recon.
We are grateful to everyone who contributed to this amazing tool!
These commands should be executed in the root directory.
build docker–compose docker–compose up
You can limit the executions-worker instances if you have more than one tool open at once.
Docker-compose Up -d --scale Executions-Worker=5
The documentation contains all details. The documentation is particularly important.
Using Rekono CLI
If you have Linux on your computer, can be used to install Rekono.
pip3 install rekono-cli rekono install
You can then manage Rekono services by using these commands:
rekono services start rekono services stop rekono services restart
Only available for Linux environments
It is recommended to use Docker. It should only be used for personal and local use.
Check out to verify the source installation.
You can check the configuration options on .
Rekono has been licensed by the
You can send if you have any questions.