¿What is this?¶
Please, read the gentle introduction of Tortazo. About Tortazo - Gentle Introduction.
I have problems when I run “Tortazo.py” script.¶
Please, check the dependencies and verify that your environment satisfies them.
¿This is free?¶
Yes, free as the air you breathe. This project is licensed under GNU/GPLv2
¿How can I help you?¶
Fine! if you want to help, you can:
- read the documentation and improve the documents.
- Find errors
- Test the framework
- Report bugs and if you can, write code.
You can write me an email to debiadastra [at] gmail.com
I get “Import Errors” when I run the Tortazo.py script.¶
Please, check the dependencies of Tortazo and then proceed to install the Python libraries Instalation and Dependencies.
I get an error when try to loading a Plugin¶
Check two things: 1. The user that runs the command must read and write over the structure directories where Tortazo runs. Check the permissions of your user. 2. The argument passed to the switch -P / –use-plugin must include a valid plugin registered in the application. To see the modules enabled in Tortazo, check the configuration file “pluginsDeployed.py”
Oh man, the onion repository mode has been running for the last “n” hours and I don’t have any result ¿Am I doing something wrong?¶
Well, this could be something normal. Please, check the onion repository documentation Repository mode in Tortazo Also, you must have a TOR local instance up and running with the SocksPort property enabled.
I’m trying to use shodan to gather information about the relays found, but I get errors¶
To use Shodan, you’ll need a valid Shodan Key, which you can get if created a new Shodan account. http://www.shodanhq.com/ Also, the shodan key must be included in a plain-text file (in just one line) and use the switch -k / –shodan-key If you use the Shodan plugin available, you’ll have another extended options to perform searches against shodan. Supported Switches in Tortazo.