Ncrack [RDP Bruteforce] Ncrack is a high-speed network authentication cracking tool. It was built to help companies secure their networks by proactively testing all their hosts and networking devices for poor passwords. Security professionals also rely on Ncrack when auditing their clients. Ncrack was designed using a modular approach, a command-line syntax similar to Nmap and a dynamic engine that can adapt its behaviour based on network feedback.
Top 9 Popular OSINT Facebook Tools Social networks are indeed a big part of any OSINT investigation. They can reveal useful information about individuals, what they look for, how they do it, what they like and many other personal details. But OSINT Facebook data-gathering doesn’t stop with tools that show you only information about Facebook profiles. Today we’ll show you the best OSINT utilities that not only gather information about Facebook public data but also dig a little bit deeper under the surface — so keep reading. 9 popular OSINT Facebook tools Let’s start with the best online tools to help you get the most out of Facebook intel gathering.
How to hack a router remotely - millions of routers still vulnerable 2016 A router is a gateway that connects a device to the internet with certain protocols. Hacking a router can be really serious, the attacker can take control over the whole network setup. Even in this 2016 millions routers are vulnerable to remote authentication. This is actually not a vulnerability but, a feature that can turn into hacker’s pathway to your network if its unsecured. In many router’s port 80 is forwarded by default to the public and setup for remote authentication. Typing the IP 192.168.1.1 on browser will take you to the admin login panel.
OSINT Tools - Recommendations List With the New Year fast approaching I thought now would be a great time to post the first draft of some recommended Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) gathering tools and resources. I will look to maintain this list overtime and have it grow, so if you come across something you think should be on the list, drop me an email or leave a comment for consideration. The reconnaissance phase of any engagement is very important and can often save you alot of time and of course money. If you are really lucky you may even find the information you are looking for freely available posted online. Either way the information you find will only be as good as the tools you use, so with this in mind here is the list based on tools I have come across over the years or have been recommended by other InfoSec peeps.
21 Popular Computer Forensics Tools Computer forensics is a very important branch of computer science in relation to computer and Internet related crimes. Earlier, computers were only used to produce data but now it has expanded to all devices related to digital data. The goal of Computer forensics is to perform crime investigations by using evidence from digital data to find who was the responsible for that particular crime. For better research and investigation, developers have created many computer forensics tools. Police departments and investigation agencies select the tools based on various factors including budget and available experts on the team. These computer forensics tools can also be classified into various categories:
20 Popular Wireless Hacking Tools Last year, I wrote an article covering popular wireless hacking tools to crack or recover password of wireless network. We added 13 tools in that article which were popular and work great. Now I am updating that post to add few more in that list. I will not explain about wireless security and WPA/WEP.In this post, I am updating the existing list to add few more powerful tools. OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) With an estimated 80% of required information available for use in an open source for specific information vital for a deep analysis in newspapers, magazines, industry newsletters, television transcripts, and blogs. OSINT makes our work easier, by using OSINT we are able to get important information in just a couple of minutes. Ethical Hacking Training – Resources (InfoSec) OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) helps us to find, select and acquire information from available public sources. It’s a myth that OSINT is an Open Source Software like nmap.
SIFT Kit/Workstation: Investigative Forensic Toolkit Download SANS Investigative Forensic Toolkit (SIFT) Workstation Version 3.0 Download SIFT Workstation VMware Appliance Now - 1.5 GB Having trouble downloading? If you are having trouble downloading the SIFT Kit please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and include the URL you were given, your IP address, browser type, and if you are using a proxy of any kind. Having trouble with SIFT 3? If you are experiencing errors in SIFT 3 itself, please submit errors, bugs, and recommended updates here: Gridlock Sparrows Gridlock There is a reason as to why a coat hanger is the tool of choice for most Automobile lockouts.Picking a standard 10 wafer Automotive lock is a Huge challenge. Most often it is achieved by being stubborn with a pinch of lucky a dash of skill. The Gridlock set lets you develop that skill by working through three automotive locks of ever increasing difficulty.Building from a 3 to a 6 to a full 10 wafer Automotive lock will allow you to develop the skill for picking wafers.Wafer picking is an entirely different skill set when compared to pin tumbler picking.
Network Intelligence Gathering This article is all about different information-gathering techniques on the network. It is the most essential and important task of attackers. Knowing the opponents and their interests can be valuable. Here I am going to show you which are the different ways and techniques one can do the network information/intelligence gathering. Let’s think of any thrilling movie theft. What do robbers do before they break into the bank or anything else?
10 Data Recovery Tools You Can Download For Free [Windows] It happens to the best of us. We are working on that very important file when suddenly disaster strikes. It accidently gets deleted, corrupted, the computer died or a number of unfortunate things that prevent you from gaining access to the file. What’s worse, you don’t have a backup and are in desperate need of those important files urgently. Well, don’t fret as it is possible to recover those deleted files. When you delete a file, you don’t actually ‘delete’ it. Neutralize ME firmware on SandyBridge and IvyBridge platforms Author: persmule Mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org 00 ME: Management Engine First introduced in Intel’s 965 Express Chipset Family, the Intel Management Engine (ME) is a separate computing environment physically located in the (G)MCH chip (for Core 2 family CPUs which is separate from the northbridge), or PCH chip replacing ICH(for Core i3/i5/i7 which is integrated with northbridge). The ME consists of an individual processor core, code and data caches, a timer, and a secure internal bus to which additional devices are connected, including a cryptography engine, internal ROM and RAM, memory controllers, and a direct memory access (DMA) engine to access the host operating system’s memory as well as to reserve a region of protected external memory to supplement the ME’s limited internal RAM. The ME also has network access with its own MAC address through the Intel Gigabit Ethernet Controller integrated in the southbridge (ICH or PCH). 01 Early efforts to remove ME