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Targets in reNgine

The first thing to be done in reNgine is to add Targets.

Target could be a domain or a subdomain, that you wish to perform recon. Having a target is a must and a basic requirement to run any scan.

Adding Targets

To add the Target, navigate to the top navigation menu and click on Targets.

Click on the Add Target button to add the Targets

You have 3 options to add the Targets,

Adding Individual targets

This option allows you to add single Individual targets.

What is team handle?

What is team_handle?

Team handle is used to automatically report vulnerability to a program on hackerone. This is the identifier of the program. Also can be identified by the URL hackerone.com/team_handle, Use this only if you want to report the vulnerability to Hackerone. More information on how to use automatic vulnerability reporting can be found here.

Adding Targets in Bulk

This feature allows you to add multiple targets at once. But remember that the description and team_handle, if used, will be applied to all the targets.

Importing Targets

reNgine provides the ability to import multiple targets.

File extension support

reNgine currently supports importing targets only from .txt and .csv files.

Importing Targets from txt file

Please note that the txt file must only contain domain names or subdomain names. Any other format will be rejected by rengine.

Supported txt Format

hackerone.com
docs.hackerone.com
example.com

UnSupported txt Format

https://hackerone.com
https://docs.hackerone.com
example.com/docs

Importing Targets from csv file

reNgine also provides an option to import targets from a csv file. The csv file contents must be in the form of

domain/subdomain_name,Description

Having description is optional in csv format.

Supported CSV Format

hackerone.com
docs.hackerone.com, Hackerone Docs
nepal.gov.np, Nepal Government Bug Bounty

UnSupported CSV Format

https://hackerone.com, Hackerone, Target
https://docs.hackerone.com