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    Just in case you couldn't get s3 ripper working, or don't like using it, here's how to get s3 bucket contents manually:

    1) first, browse to the top level domain of the bucket. example: hxxp://bucket.s3.amazonaws.com

    2) if you encounter an "access denied" message here, then you're out of luck .
    the bucket's been properly protected, and s3 ripper won't work on it either.
    (side note: to properly protect your own s3 buckets, set the folder itself to private, while keeping all the files inside as public. leaving the folder public opens it to being scraped.)

    3) if the bucket isn't protected, you'll see a bunch of data. press (ctrl+s) to save it as an .xml file.

    4) open the file with excel, pressing [ok] to all the default options. column F (ns1:key) will show all the filenames.

    5) to download individual files, combine the filename with the bucket name and enter it into your browser's address bar. example: hxxp://bucket.s3.amazonaws.com/filename1.pdf

    that's it!

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    thanks , nice trick.

    I will use this to find some info

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    How to find the bucket name?

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    Quote Originally Posted by Pelican1789 View Post
    How to find the bucket name?
    'View source' feature in your Internet browser of choice.

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    I know its an old threa m but i just come here googling "S3 ripper Alternative" because i need something that support 'Pause" and other otions , and im glad that i found it (thanks OP for this smart idea ) , just to show how you can download multiple files:
    Like the OP said , you open the XML file with excel and copy the column of the files name , after that you past it to notepad ++ ---> TextFx Edit ---> Insert (clipboard) through lines (after copying bucketname.s3.amazonaws.com ).
    Then download any file download manager , there is some good free lines , and import the txt file.
    Enjoy downloading free stuff

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    Nice Speedy !

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    I have to ask, since the folder is private but the files are public, if I know the URL can I bypass the security ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotleatherdreams View Post
    I have to ask, since the folder is private but the files are public, if I know the URL can I bypass the security ?
    Was also wondering this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotleatherdreams View Post
    I have to ask, since the folder is private but the files are public, if I know the URL can I bypass the security ?
    Yes. If you know the s3 bucket, and you know the proper filename then you can download it. I can confirm that

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    hotleatherdreams and Sjors, how do you guys figure out the exact file url and how to make sure that you have the all the urls available that are in the bucket....????

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    I don't have MS Excel (only OpenOffice/LibreOffice) - perhaps there's a way I can import into one of those office apps the same way way Excel does but it doesn't seem to work with the default import settings if someone know s the correct settings.

    I realize I can manually open the file in notepad and pull out the filename keys but is there anything other than excel that will do that for me?

    Anyone know of a alternative "tool" other than the S3 Ripper and Excel that can convert the bucket XML file into a file listing?

    I've tried one called S3 Browser but it seems it doesn't allow you to just browse public buckets, you have to enter a key to connect to one.

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    Noob question here. How would I know if the product is using Amazon S3 Bucket? Thanks

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    As this thread got bought back from the dead, here is a quick PHP script I put together to get the filesnames so you don't have to go from XML -> Excel etc. Self explanatory, put the name of the bucket at the top of the file and then run it.

    If people want I can try to make it into a web page - anyway, here is the PHP code:

    Code:
    <?php
    	$bucket = "http://birdnote.s3.amazonaws.com/";
    
    	$xml = simplexml_load_file($bucket);
    
    	foreach ($xml->Contents as $filename) 
    	{
       		echo "$bucket$filename->Key \n";
    	}
    ?>
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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    well guys...keeping necrobumping up there is one little BIG problem here:

    <MaxKeys>1000</MaxKeys>

    the entries that are shown up are limited to 1000! how to show the rest?

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    Default Re: [How To] Manually Rip an Amazon s3 Bucket without s3 Ripper

    Quote Originally Posted by fatboy View Post
    As this thread got bought back from the dead, here is a quick PHP script I put together to get the filesnames so you don't have to go from XML -> Excel etc. Self explanatory, put the name of the bucket at the top of the file and then run it.

    If people want I can try to make it into a web page - anyway, here is the PHP code:

    Code:
    <?php
        $bucket = "http://birdnote.s3.amazonaws.com/";
    
        $xml = simplexml_load_file($bucket);
    
        foreach ($xml->Contents as $filename) 
        {
               echo "$bucket$filename->Key \n";
        }
    ?>
    Thanks for the code. I have made an online tool using your code. It can be find here: http://www.internetgeeks.org/online-...r-online-tool/


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