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ITR(Interactive TCP Relay) Configuration for penetration testing on Thick client Application [duplicate]

I am trying to do penetration testing on Thick client application. In some article I read like ITR(Interactive TCP Relay) will help in intercepting and modifying the traffic. I don't know how to ...
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Principal DOM Based XSS detect using python

I am working for a project make a XSS scan tool using python. I have a sample url: http://www.foo.bar/index.php?ids=111 I've found that it has a vulnerability by ...
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Incident Response Toolkit [closed]

I'm trying to compile a list of tools for incident response. Working on a project to create a package that can be pushed out to a set of workstations. If/when an incident occurs, the IR ...
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Is it noticeable when you take a copy of a website?

Is it noticeable when you use a tool to take a copy of a website? - how likely are you to trigger logs and whatnot when you use tools like HTTrack? Is it actually illegal or 'bad' to do this? - alls ...
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Basic simple encryption with already installed tools

If you are exchanged email messages with people using Linux, Windows and some odd Mac and want to implement some really basic security, encrypting all messages, just trying to avoid some ...
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Scanner / tool to generate a list with all forms and input fields of a website [closed]

I'm not very experienced with information security but know some basics about injection attacks and other web based attacks. Is there a tool / crawler to find all forms and input fields of a whole ...
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Testing clean urls with sqlmap

Is it possible to test for SQL injection vulnerabilities with using sqlmap with a url that is using mod rewrite (or something like it) to make the urls clean? I know how to test my sites that have ...
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Is there a sms authentication that works like 10minutemail? [closed]

I remember reading on this site a user recommending 10minutemail.com as a way to register or give email address to non-trusted websites. Is there any similar site for disposable phone number for ...
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Fingerprinting the webpage content

I'm moderating a closed section of a forum - think 'covered by NDA' (not actually, but it's a good equivalent of the situation), with restricted access. Sometimes we find screenshots from that forum ...
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What benefits does Nessus have over OpenVAS?

Nessus and OpenVAS appear to have fairly similar features. Why would you choose one over the other, besides the benefit of commercial support (which isn't available for Nessus Home Feed users ...
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What's an easy way to perform a man-in-the-middle attack on SSL?

I'd like to perform a man-in-the-middle attack on SSL connections between clients and a server. Assuming the following: I've got a certificate that the client will accept, via poor cert validation ...
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Etterfilter file-contents injection

On the etterfilter(8) man page, there is a section about the inject() function, which takes the contents of a file and injects it in a packet, or as its own packet when coupled with drop(): ...
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SQLMap extracts weird chars in one column

I saw this behaviour many times but I never solved it. Sometimes using sqlmap after retrieving good data from columns it fails retrieving only one of them. I can't figure out why this happens for just ...
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Testing SQL injection using sqlmap

I'm just started using sqlmap ( http://sqlmap.sourceforge.net ) to test for possible sql injection attacks. I got a website which is vulnerable: C:\Python27>python xxx\sqlmap\sqlmap.py -u ...
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How can I get a list of unsigned plugins in openvas?

How can I get a list of unsigned plugins in openvas? Are those plugins safe for use? When I run the scan on a test machine with nasl_no_signature_check = no, I don't get any results(not even any ...
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Preferred features of CDN with DDoS?

I am putting together a presentation comparing CDN services that also provide DDoS protection. I have to do a really good job on this and I'm not a security expert. For lack of direction, I've copied ...
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Secure use of psexec or better alternative to it

I want to remotely start VMWare virtual machines (I own VMWare Workstation) and to this end I need to execute on host something like "vmrun -T ws H:\VMWare\VM1\VM1.vmx nogui" with user desktop ...
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Similar products to MS EMET [closed]

Following the weekend announcement from Microsoft regarding the vulnerability in IE I have been looking at additional security defences for our endpoints. I've read some technical documentation and ...
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Are there any tools for scanning for SQL injection vulnerabilities while logged in?

Some pages of my website were vulnerable to SQL injection. The injection worked only when the user was logged in. I have now fixed this problem, and now I want to make sure that no similar problems ...
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What sites are still vulnerable to FireSheep?

Am doing a Firesheep Demo in a few weeks as a security awareness project. However I can't seem to get it working, and I'm wondering if it's just because the handlers it ships with are now outdated ...
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Tools for Verifying Secure Deletion

It is recommended to verify the zeroing-out was done properly when you try to secure delete a HDD. From this post, some drives with firmware bugs prevent secure erase from working properly. What are ...
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Does whosthere.exe of pth toolkit have to run with administrative rights?

To see the users that are connected to the machine and they're pass hashes with Whosthere.exe, do I have to run it as an administrator?
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Credit card data [closed]

I want to scan files for is there any credit card information.I searched for find good product. I used this application card recon Is there any similar product like that for find credit data ...
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RK Hunter Warns about /usr/lib/apache2/mpm-event/apache2 uses deleted files, how to further investigate the matter and how shall I treat it?

I have a cloud server that I am preparing for a small E-Commerce website deployment. I've used a RSA-2048 keys right before booting the newly purchased server, with the help of the Provider's Control ...
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Tools for performing HTTP FLOOD attack?

I'm looking for tools which can perform HTTP FLOOD ATTACK . I seached a lot and this is the only tool I've found DoSHTTP. Does anyone know another tool? I want to test them on my localhost to find ...
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Sniffing From Squid SSL

I created a Squid proxy and a self-signed SSL certificate. The SSL certificate on the server is a private certificate linked to the ssl-bump feature. I am using tshark to dump the SSL traffic, but I ...
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How to use WinObj for detecting security issues?

The description of WinObj says: WinObj is a must-have tool if you are a system administrator concerned about security What kind of security issues can it detect and what is the rough usage?
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Any MITM tool for forcing weak SSL cipher suite?

Let's say I'm trying to reverse engineering communctions between an Android app and a web server uing HTTPS. At beginning, I tried to do MITM using webmitm and a fake cert. But the app failed to ...
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Is it possible to make a “proof of anteriority” for sites content?

Given a site that publishes unique content online and given that there are lots of site scrapers and persons stealing content and reposting it as their own, inevitably you will have the same content ...
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Is there an open source runtime enforcement tool?

I have been looking for open source runtime enforcement tools that I can use my own policies to prevent input validation vulnerabilities, in web applications. The web applications that I want to ...
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How can I remotely wipe the contents of a Linux Laptop if its been stolen?

I am currently investigating using Linux Laptops for my development team. We currently run Windows. The one advantage that keeps coming up for Windows over Linux from a system administration / ...
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Criteria for Evaluating Static Analysis Tools

As with any tools purchase part of the outcome is in how good the evaluation criteria are, so I'd be interested to hear any criteria people might use when assessing Security static analysis tools. ...
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Convenient cross-platform help on checking secure hashes like SHA-256

It is often helpful to be able to obtain a good cryptographic checksum of a file, e.g. the SHA-256 hash. This can be used to verify file integrity, so long as you have a reliable source for the hash. ...
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Is there a compatibility issue between IPv6 and security testing tools?

Now that IPv6 is slowly coming into the picture, will there be a compatibility issue with using security testing tools, e.g.,: Network vulnerability scanning tools Web Applicaiton vulnerability ...
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How to keep an eye on upgrades, patches and security issues for used open-source libraries?

For a project with many open-source libraries as a part of it, I began to search for information source concerning all upgrades and security issues. The kind of sources I gathered are either ...
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sqlmap unable to find SQL injection vulnerablitity

so i just started up with sqlmap to learn sql injection vulnerability on my application. Here I followed steps as per some tutorials. So this are the steps which i followed : sqlmap.py -u ...
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In TrueCrypt Hidden / Normal overriding?

If I have a normal TrueCrypt volume, and I want to create a Hidden volume inside of it, how do I stop the 2 from overriding each other? Or do I just have to manually make sure the inner volume does ...
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XSS Penetration Tools for OSX [closed]

I'm trying to find any recommended tools for XSS security testing using OSX. I tried using the latest OWASP Xenotix XSS Exploit Framework 4, although when used via CrossOver it crashes upon trying to ...
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CERT FOE Fuzzing Framework documentation

So I read another post here about fuzzing local standalone applications. I have understood how to exploit basic buffer overflow vulnerabilities in standalone applications and am now looking on how to ...
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How can we trust the tools? [closed]

There is a lot of tools out there to do a lot of things with, like sniffing, scanning, and even backdoors. However, I have a really hard time trusting these tools. When I install them at home and ...
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How can I view the NTFS $MFT using correct field names?

I am trying to view an NTFS master file table. Each tool I have used so far extracts all of the entries, but puts non standard headers such as STANDARD_INFORMATION_ON instead of say ...
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Does setting a WiFi AP to channel 14 avoid the most common detection methods used in Europe or the Americas?

The legally allowable band for WiFI in the US covers channels 1-11. Europe goes to 13, Japan to 14. I suspect that most tools use the WiFi driver of the machine and only scan for the channels it is ...
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Event monitoring for a home network

I'd like to utilise some of the free SIEM type products out there to increase the chances that I will detect attacks and compromises of any of the devices on my home network. Most of my home devices ...
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Lightweight Live Pen-test OS

Does anyone know of any lightweight OSs that are great for Pen-testing? I would love to have a very lightweight live OS that I can boot off a USB and try some pen-testing against some of my ...
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What exactly is 'single' mode in John the Ripper doing?

I'm testing out John the Ripper (1.7.9 Jumbo 7) on a file containing MD5 hashes without any usernames. I've been experimenting with different rules and configurations – I am currently using a wordlist ...
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Where can I find a list of Indicators of Compromise (IOC) conditions?

OpenIOC.org has several schemas defining Indicators of Compromise. The Schema is defined here: http://schemas.mandiant.com/2010/ioc/ioc.xsd While under IndicatorItemContext/search says it is ...
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Tools to extract code comments from sites? [closed]

I often come across sites that have way to many comments included in their source code, sometimes these comments offer valuable insight into whats happening in the code, the logic of functions, unused ...
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How to determine hashes/second in password cryptanalysis

I'm working on my dissertation concerning cryptanalysis on password hashes. As part of my research, I aim to crack a number of passwords with John the Ripper and rainbowcrack-mt. I'd like to ...
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SQL Injection - Extracting database data from the page content

I have a question I am hoping someone could help with.. I am in the process of writing an SQL Injection tool from scratch (I am aware there are already excellent tools out there such as SQL Map, but ...