[Tool request] haiti

[Name] Haiti
[Version] v1.0.1 (https://github.com/noraj/haiti/releases/tag/v1.0.1)
[Homepage] https://noraj.github.io/haiti/
[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
Usage: https://noraj.github.io/haiti/#/pages/usage
[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?
Yes MIT.

How much resources does the tool require? Will it work in a “standard” environment?
Very few, any computer could run it.

Current source repository: https://github.com/noraj/haiti/
old source repository: https://github.com/Orange-Cyberdefense/haiti

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.

Hi! Thank you for your suggestion!
We are going to release 4.11 then create a whole new pentest tool list. We’ll package your tool after this big task. I think your tool deserve a place in preinstalled tool to replace hash-identifier and hashid.
I’m adding your tool to TODO list right now.

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