SWORD OpenWRT Hacking GUI Wait is over everyone! I am finally releasing S.W.O.R.D v 1.0. ScreenShot: WEP Cracking in action. I can assure you that your WIFI Pineapple can’t do this from its GUI : D I know its not 2010 but I am just saying. Reversing and Exploiting Embedded Devices: The Software Stack (Part 1) Over the course of the past few months I've been traveling around educating people on exploiting embedded devices. My slides alone aren't able to provide enough information, so I wanted to write everything out for people to digest online. The following blog post is "Part 1", which will introduce the reader to the software side of embedded devices. I decided to cover software first since most flaws reside within the software stack, ranging from binary applications to drivers. Part 2 will cover the Hardware stack with a focus on educating the reader on how JTAG actually works and how to leverage Hardware modifications to either bypass password protections or to extract secrets that may be baked into the targeted device.
How the Pentagon punished NSA whistleblowers By now, almost everyone knows what Edward Snowden did. He leaked top-secret documents revealing that the National Security Agency was spying on hundreds of millions of people across the world, collecting the phone calls and emails of virtually everyone on Earth who used a mobile phone or the internet. When this newspaper began publishing the NSA documents in June 2013, it ignited a fierce political debate that continues to this day – about government surveillance, but also about the morality, legality and civic value of whistleblowing.
PowerOPS: PowerShell for Offensive Operations At Portcullis, one of the most frequent assessments we perform are breakouts. One of the main challenges we face during these assessments is to get command execution that can either help escalate our privileges or allow us to gain access to different systems on the network. Sometimes we find harsh group policy restrictions in place that block access to the Windows Command Prompt, PowerShell, among others. These, however, are not always properly implemented, i.e. they do not block access to all executables (and allow only certain programs to run). What happened when a parent fought for his kid's privacy at an all-Chromebook school / Boing Boing Katherine W was seven when her third-grade teacher issued Chromebooks to her class. Her dad, Jeff, is a serious techie, but the school's tech choices didn't sit well with him. He was able to get Katherine an exception that let her use a more private, non-cloud computer for the year, but the next year, Katherine's school said she would have to switch to a laptop that would exfiltrate everything she did to Google's data-centers.
Matriux - The Open Source Security Distribution for Ethical Hackers and Penetration Testers and Forensic Experts The Matriux is a phenomenon that was waiting to happen. It is a fully featured security distribution based on Debian consisting of a powerful bunch of more than 300 open source and free tools that can be used for various purposes including, but not limited to, penetration testing, ethical hacking, system and network administration, cyber forensics investigations, security testing, vulnerability analysis, and much more. It is a distribution designed for security enthusiasts and professionals, although it can be used normally as your default desktop system. With Matriux, you can turn any system into a powerful penetration testing toolkit, without having to install any software into your hardisk. Matriux is designed to run from a Live environment like a CD / DVD or USB stick or it can easily be installed to your hard disk in a few steps.
Targeted Ads Don’t Just Make You More Likely to Buy — They Can Change How You Think About Yourself Thanks to online tracking technology, marketers no longer have to rely on assumptions about consumer behavior. Instead, they can deliver ads targeted specifically to individuals based on their behavior online. Marketers have long known that this type of personalized advertising is more effective at generating both clicks and conversions, but they have not fully understood the consumer psychology that makes these behaviorally targeted ads so effective. These ads are indeed more relevant and interesting to consumers—but that’s not the entire story. untitled After two years of hard work Subgraph OS is finally available for alpha download! Please note that this software is still in alpha and much testing and bug fixing still has to be done. We strongly encourage you to read the caveats/troubleshooting before you start. System Requirements
Metasploit commands - Hacking Tutorials In this article we will be talking about the very basics of Metasploit and the Metasploit commands used in the command line interface. At first the MSF console command line and the number of available commands might seem a lot and hard to understand and use, but don’t be intimidated by them. Once you get to understand the concept and the clear structure it will be very easy. If we put it all together the Metasploit framework consists of the core and base, a lot of exploits, payloads, modules (Ruby classes), plugin’s, scripts and multiple user interfaces. Metasploit framework also contains some great information gathering tools called auxiliary modules.
Parrot OS 3.0 (Lithium) - Friendly OS designed for Pentesting, Computer Forensic, Hacking, Cloud pentesting, Privacy/Anonimity and Cryptography Parrot Security OS is a cloud friendly operating system designed for Pentesting, Computer Forensic, Reverse engineering, Hacking, Cloud pentesting, privacy/anonimity and cryptography. Based on Debian and developed by Frozenbox network. Who can use it Parrot is designed for everyone, from the Pro pentester to the newbie, because it provides the most professional tools combined in a easy to use, fast and lightweight pentesting environment, and it can be used also for an everyday use. Features:
Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux – Part 1: Objective Views: 7008 Use your Cybytes &Tip the Author+1 9 Cybytes Tipped Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux – Part 1: Objective CenoCipher CenoCipher is a free, open-source, easy-to-use tool for exchanging secure encrypted communications over the internet. It uses strong cryptography to convert messages and files into encrypted cipher-data, which can then be sent to the recipient via regular email or any other channel available, such as instant messaging or shared cloud storage. Runs on all versions of Windows, and also on Linux using Wine. Certified 100% Free and rated 4.5/5 by Softpedia Features at a glance Technical details Integrating a Honey Pot into Your Network Views: 1416 Use your Cybytes &Tip the Author+1 13 Cybytes Tipped Hello – This post will cover integrating a Honey Pot into your DMZ or internal Network.