[Version] v1.0.1 (https://github.com/noraj/haiti/releases/tag/v1.0.1)
[Download] https://github.com/noraj/haiti/archive/v1.0.1.tar.gz - https://rubygems.org/downloads/haiti-hash-1.0.1.gem
[Author] noraj (Alexandre ZANNI) https://pwn.by/noraj/
[Licence] MIT - https://github.com/noraj/haiti/blob/master/LICENSE.txt
[Description] A CLI tool to identify the hash type of a given hash.
[Dependencies] ‘ruby’ ‘ruby-paint’ ‘ruby-docopt’
[Similar tools] hashid, hash-identifier, dagon, findmyhash see the diff https://noraj.github.io/haiti/#/why
[Activity] Start 16/10/2019, actively maintained
[How to install] As any classic ruby package, see package made for BlackArch: https://github.com/BlackArch/blackarch/blob/master/packages/haiti/PKGBUILD
[How to use]
Quick start https://noraj.github.io/haiti/#/pages/quick-start
[Packaged] No for debian yet, see package for BlackArch: https://github.com/BlackArch/blackarch/blob/master/packages/haiti/PKGBUILD
Is the tool useful/functional in a Penetration Testing environment?
Yes whenever you find hashes in a database or config files.
Does the tool overlap functionality of other existing tools?
Yes, hashID, findmyhash & hash-identifier.
Does the licensing of the tool allow for free redistribution?
How much resources does the tool require? Will it work in a “standard” environment?
Very few, any computer could run it.
I’m the author in both cases, it’s just that the old repo is hosted on my old company organization and they won’t maintain it anymore as I leaved and was the maintainer. So I forked it on my personal account to continue maintain it.