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    Re: The journey to being a non-scriptkiddy

    I seriously recommend learning about networks, and how computers communicate, after all that is what you will end up exploiting. In addition start learning how to program. My recommendation is to...
  2. Discussioni: Meterpreter scripts

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    Re: Meterpreter scripts

    Lol did you not see the link i posted in the OP!

    Any idea where i could find out the command to show the scripts? I have looked everywhere; although i just though they might be saved in the msf...
  3. Discussioni: Meterpreter scripts

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    Meterpreter scripts

    Hello

    I was wondering if there was anywhere that had a list of meterpreter scripts and what they all do. I have looked here:
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    Re: Do tools here ever make it into Backtrack?

    I am very interested in this!

    Keen to see this in action, and it is great that it is coded in Bash XD

    And no it can be left as a script, there are a few tools in backtrack all ready that are...
  5. Discussioni: byteme.py

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    Re: byteme.py

    So quick question, is this for use in conjunction with manual SQLi, and bypassing WAF?

    i.e. WAF is clearly in place so you can encode the statements you wish to use with one of these types of...
  6. Re: Script for dns spoof and sniffing passwords with ettercap, ssl strip, and arp spo

    I made a similar script, tried to make it in as few as lines as possible so user interface isn't great, you just enter Sniff or Spoof. However you need to have configured apache2 prior to using the...
  7. Discussioni: Word list maniputlator

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    Re: Word list maniputlator

    You could use something like this:


    cat file1.txt | sed s/"string to remove"// >> file2.txt
    rm file1.txt
    mv file2.txt file1.txt


    That would remove all of the strings you define. So remember...
  8. Discussioni: Word list maniputlator

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    Re: Word list maniputlator

    Well i have made my word list for my uses, but the point is i that everyone has different needs from word lists, for example some may be using short word lists for brute forcing admin logins of...
  9. Discussioni: Word list maniputlator

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    Re: Word list maniputlator

    No i think you missed what the items at the top in green are. They are the files in the current directory AKA the word lists.

    And i was un-aware of similar tools, i hadn't been able to find...
  10. Discussioni: Word list maniputlator

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    Re: Word list maniputlator

    I have updated this, there were a lot of bugs as i hadn't tested it before (Foolish i know) but now it should be awesome!
  11. Discussioni: Word list maniputlator

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    Word list maniputlator

    So what we have here is a bash script that make it a lot easier to manage and adapt your word lists and dictionaries.

    There are 6 options:

    - Combine 2 word lists into one other file; file 1 +...
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    Strange beings with BT4 + Ubuntu + SSH

    So the other day i learnt how to SSH into my Laptop with BT4 on from my Ubuntu box and vice versa, then i updated BT4 to BT4 R2 and now i am unable to see either machine on the network.

    If i nmap...
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    Re: WiPhire - Wireless Pentesting Tool

    Sorry what?

    Yes i did originally post this on hackforums, and the first time i tried to post it here, a moderator suggested that i not mention to much about that.

    The only place i have EVER...
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    Re: WiPhire - Wireless Pentesting Tool

    So anyone tried it out yet?

    I would really appreciate feedback
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    Re: WiPhire - Wireless Pentesting Tool

    Thanks a lot for the feedback i was starting to think that i would never hear any!

    I think that if i can generate some interest and have it seriously considered for inclusion with Backtrack then i...
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    Re: WiPhire - Wireless Pentesting Tool

    For future versions on this, i intend to make it it even more user friendly and allow a greater variety options to be available for the individual operations. So for example include cpyrit set up...
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    WiPhire - Wireless Pentesting Tool

    http://min.us/ijync.png


    http://min.us/ic0ptE.png


    WiPhire is a Bash script aimed at making all of the standard wireless attacks a lot easier to perform.


    Requirements:
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