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watcher - watcher is a Go package for watching for files or directory changes without using filesystem events

  •    Go

watcher is a Go package for watching for files or directory changes (recursively or non recursively) without using filesystem events, which allows it to work cross platform consistently. watcher watches for changes and notifies over channels either anytime an event or an error has occurred.

sdns - A lightweight fast recursive dns server with dnssec support

  •    Go

Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change. Please make sure to update tests as appropriate.

recursebuster - rapid content discovery tool for recursively querying webservers, handy in pentesting and web application assessments

  •    Go

I wanted a recursive directory brute forcer that was fast, and had certain features (like header blacklisting, and recursion). It didn't exist, so I started writing this. In reality, I'll probably merge a lot of the functionality into github.com/swarley7/gograbber since that solves a similar problem and has cool features that I don't want to implement (phantomjs, ugh). For now, it will do. Important releases will also be tagged and uploaded.




witch - Dead simple watching

  •    Go

Detects changes to files or directories and executes the provided shell command. That's it. Note: Uses polling to work consistently across multiple platforms, therefore the CPU usage is dependent on the efficiently of your globs. With a minimal effort your watch should use very little CPU. Will switch to event-based once fsnofity has matured sufficiently.