This tool checks every maintainer from every package in the NPM registry for unregistered domains or unregistered MX records on those domains. If a domain is unregistered you can grab the domain and initiate a password reset on the account if it has no 2 factor auth enabled. This enables you to hijack a package and do whatever you want with it.
Please do not use it for illegal purposes, only use it to check packages and submit them to bug bounty programs.
I contacted the NPM security team about this but they are not interested in this kind of vulnerability.
Download the package index first! This can take a long time as the server is extremely slow (takes more than 30 mins):
After this simply run the tool. To see all options use the
--help switch. The output is automatically saved to
output.txt too. This tool will most probably run multiple days due to the high number of packages.
To easily find hits in the output, grep for
HIT. The coloring is based on the number of downloads during the last year of the package.
The tool does a lot of DNS and whois requests so I suggest running this tool from a dedicated server to not risk having your private ip blocked.