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Web-Check – 🌐 All-in-one website OSINT tool for analyzing any website

Currently the dashboard will show: IP info, SSL chain, DNS records, cookies, headers, domain info, search crawl rules, page map, server location, redirect ledger, open ports, traceroute, DNS security extensions, site performance, trackers, associated hostnames, carbon footprint. Stay tuned, as I’ll add more soon!

The aim is to help you easily understand, optimize and secure your website.

Screenshot

Live Demo

A hosted version can be accessed at:Β web-check.as93.net

Mirror

The source for this repo is mirrored to CodeBerg, available at:Β codeberg.org/alicia/web-check

Motivation

Often when I’m looking into a website, there’s several things I always check first. None of this is hard, and can usually be done with a series of curl commands, or using a combination of online tools. But it’s so much easier to have everything presented clearly and visible in one place.

Features

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Read more here:Β web-check.as93.net/about

Note that not all checks will work for all sites. Sometimes it’s not possible to determine some information, and there are limitations imposed by Netlify for the lambda functions.


Building

Developing

You’ll needΒ Node.jsΒ (V 18.16.1 or later) installed.

  1. Clone the repo,Β git clone git@github.com:Lissy93/web-check.git
  2. Cd into it,Β cd web-check
  3. Install dependencies:Β npm i
  4. Populate environmental variables, in theΒ .env
  5. Start the dev server, withΒ npx netlify-cli dev

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