Hacker Tools

Linux Kodachi3 – Secure Open Source Linux Distribution

Linux Kodachi operating system is based on Debian 8.6 it will provide you with a secure, anti forensic, and anonymous operating system considering all features that a person who is concerned about privacy would need to have in order to be secure.Kod…


credmap v0.1 – The Credential Mapper

Credmap is an open source tool that was created to bring awareness to the dangers of credential reuse. It is capable of testing supplied user credentials on several known websites to test if the password has been reused on any of these. An official int…


WPForce – WordPress Attack Suite

WPForce is a suite of Wordpress Attack tools. Currently this contains 2 scripts – WPForce, which brute forces logins via the API, and Yertle, which uploads shells once admin credentials have been found. Yertle also contains a number of post exploitat…


JudasDNS – Nameserver DNS poisoning attacks made easy

A DNS proxy server built to be deployed in place of a taken over nameserver to perform targeted exploitation. Judas works by proxying all DNS queries to the legitimate nameservers for a domain. The magic comes with Judas’s rule configurations which all…


Noriben – Portable, Simple, Malware Analysis Sandbox

Noriben is a Python-based script that works in conjunction with Sysinternals Procmon to automatically collect, analyze, and report on runtime indicators of malware. In a nutshell, it allows you to run your malware, hit a keypress, and get a simple text…


Vproxy – Forward HTTP/S Traffic To Proxy Instance

If you are familiar with mobile penetration testing and you did one before, you probably came across this kind of situation when you want to intercept the application HTTP or HTTPS traffic using your favorite proxy tool such as Burp Suite, Fiddler, Charles , etc.
After modifying the WIFI connection and adding your proxy host and port there, you should immediately be able to capture the HTTP/S traffic.
However, this kind of method is not always working since some mobile applications are using customized HTTP/S functionalities within the device.
So what you should do in order to capture all of the HTTP/S traffic from the mobile device without breaking you heads? it’s simple, use Vproxy!

Vproxy
Vproxy is a python script that built to quickly configure a PPTP VPN server that will redirect HTTP/S traffic to your favorite proxy instance host. 
Screenshot

System Requirements
This script was built and test on Kali-Linux and should work on any linux distribution

Prerequisites

pip install termcolor

Usage
Setup VPN server on localip and redirect traffic sent from the clients (80,443) to proxy 192.168.1.10:8080

$sudo python vproxy.py -localip 192.168.1.9 -phost 192.168.1.10 -pport 8080 -port 80,443

The Goal

  1. Help Penetration Testers conduct mobile security assessment easier
  2. Intercept Mobile HTTP/S traffic from any mobile device

Configuring VPN Videos

IOS – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC-xJ9rCTXU
Android – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFeJZKX4O3A


backdoorppt – transform your payload.exe into one fake word doc (.ppt)

backdoorppt – ‘Office spoof extensions tool’

Version release: v1.5-Stable
Distros Supported: Linux Kali, Ubuntu, Mint
Author: pedro ubuntu [ r00t-3xp10it ]
Suspicious-Shell-Activity© (SSA) RedTeam develop @2017


Transform your payload.exe into one fake word doc (.ppt)

Simple script that allow users to add a ms-word icon to one
existing executable.exe (using resource-hacker as backend appl)
and a ruby one-liner command that will hidde the .exe extension
and add the word doc .ppt extension to the end of the file name.

Spoof extension methods

backdoorppt tool uses 2 diferent extension spoof methods:
'Right to Left Override' & 'Hide Extensions for Known File Types'
Edit the 'settings' file to chose what method should be used..

cd backdoorppt && nano settings

Dependencies (backend applications required)

xterm, wine, ruby, ResourceHacker(wine)

'backdoorppt script will work on wine 32 or 64 bits'
'it also installs ResourceHacker under .../.wine/Program Files/.. directorys'

Tool Limitations

1º - backdoorppt only supports windows binarys to be transformed (.exe -> .ppt)
2º - backdoorppt requires ResourceHacker installed (wine) to change the icons
3º - backdoorppt present you 6 available diferent icons (.ico) to chose from
4º - backdoorppt does not build real ms-word doc files, but it will transform
your payload.exe to look like one word doc file (social engineering).

Backdoorppt 1º run (Kali distros)

Backdoorppt working (Kali distros)

transformed files on-target system (windows)

Final notes

Target user thinks they are opening a word document file,
but in fact they are executing one binary payload insted.

Credits: Damon Mohammadbagher
Article: goo.gl/hKHesk



Telegram BBBot – Telegram Bug Bounty Bot

Telegram Bug Bounty Bot https://telegram.me/bug_bounty_channel History This bot adopted special for deploying to Heroku General purposes of this got – “Be helpful for infosec community!” Bot use https://github.c…


cgPwn – Cyber Grand Pwnage Box

A lightweight VM for hardware hacking, RE (fuzzing, symEx, exploiting etc) and wargaming tasks. This is a Ubuntu VM tailored for hardware hacking, RE and Wargaming. Tools included Pwndbg Pwntools Binwalk Radare2 …


Snuck – Automatic XSS filter bypass

snuck is an automated tool that can definitely help in finding XSS vulnerabilities in web applications. It is based on Selenium and supports Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer. The approach, it adopts, is based on the inspection of…



chisel – A fast TCP tunnel over HTTP

Chisel is a fast TCP tunnel, transported over HTTP. Single executable including both client and server. Written in Go (Golang). Chisel is mainly useful for passing through firewalls, though it can also be used to provide a secure endpoint into your network. Chisel is very similar to crowbar though achieves much higher performance .


Install
Binaries
See the latest release or download and install it now with curl https://i.jpillora.com/chisel! | bash
Docker

docker run --rm -it jpillora/chisel --help

Source

$ go get -v github.com/jpillora/chisel

Features

Demo
A demo app on Heroku is running this chisel server :

$ chisel server --port $PORT --proxy http://example.com
# listens on $PORT, proxy web requests to 'http://example.com'

This demo app is also running a simple file server on :3000 , which is normally inaccessible due to Heroku’s firewall. However, if we tunnel in with:

$ chisel client https://chisel-demo.herokuapp.com 3000
# connects to 'https://chisel-demo.herokuapp.com',
# tunnels your localhost:3000 to the server's localhost:3000

and then visit localhost:3000 , we should see a directory listing of the demo app’s root. Also, if we visit the demo app in the browser we should hit the server’s default proxy and see a copy of example.com .

Usage


Usage: chisel [command] [--help]

Version: 0.0.0-src

Commands:
server - runs chisel in server mode
client - runs chisel in client mode

Read more:
https://github.com/jpillora/chisel

chisel server --help


Usage: chisel server [options]

Options:

--host, Defines the HTTP listening host – the network interface
(defaults to 0.0.0.0).

--port, Defines the HTTP listening port (defaults to 8080).

--key, An optional string to seed the generation of a ECDSA public
and private key pair. All communications will be secured using this
key pair. Share this fingerprint with clients to enable detection
of man-in-the-middle attacks.

--authfile, An optional path to a users.json file. This file should
be an object with users defined like:
"<user:pass>": ["<addr-regex>","<addr-regex>"]
when <user> connects, their <pass> will be verified and then
each of the remote addresses will be compared against the list
of address regular expressions for a match. Addresses will
always come in the form "<host/ip>:<port>".

--proxy, Specifies the default proxy target to use when chisel
receives a normal HTTP request.

-v, Enable verbose logging

--help, This help text

Read more:
https://github.com/jpillora/chisel

chisel client --help


Usage: chisel client [options] <server> <remote> [remote] [remote] ...

server is the URL to the chisel server.

remotes are remote connections tunnelled through the server, each of
which come in the form:

<local-host>:<local-port>:<remote-host>:<remote-port>

* remote-port is required.
* local-port defaults to remote-port.
* local-host defaults to 0.0.0.0 (all interfaces).
* remote-host defaults to 0.0.0.0 (server localhost).

example remotes

3000
example.com:3000
3000:google.com:80
192.168.0.5:3000:google.com:80

Options:

--fingerprint, An optional fingerprint (server authentication)
string to compare against the server's public key. You may provide
just a prefix of the key or the entire string. Fingerprint
mismatches will close the connection.

--auth, An optional username and password (client authentication)
in the form: "<user>:<pass>". These credentials are compared to
the credentials inside the server's --authfile.

--keepalive, An optional keepalive interval. Since the underlying
transport is HTTP, in many instances we'll be traversing through
proxies, often these proxies will close idle connections. You must
specify a time with a unit, for example '30s' or '2m'. Defaults
to '0s' (disabled).

-v, Enable verbose logging

--help, This help text

Read more:
https://github.com/jpillora/chisel

See also programmatic usage .

Security
Encryption is always enabled. When you start up a chisel server, it will generate an in-memory ECDSA public/private key pair. The public key fingerprint will be displayed as the server starts. Instead of generating a random key, the server may optionally specify a key seed, using the --key option, which will be used to seed the key generation. When clients connect, they will also display the server’s public key fingerprint. The client can force a particular fingerprint using the --fingerprint option. See the --help above for more information.

Authentication
Using the --authfile option, the server may optionally provide a user.json configuration file to create a list of accepted users. The client then authenticates using the --auth option. See users.json for an example authentication configuration file. See the --help above for more information.
Internally, this is done using the Password authentication method provided by SSH. Learn more about crypto/ssh here http://blog.gopheracademy.com/go-and-ssh/ .

Performance
With crowbar , a connection is tunnelled by repeatedly querying the server with updates. This results in a large amount of HTTP and TCP connection overhead. Chisel overcomes this using WebSockets combined with crypto/ssh to create hundreds of logical connections, resulting in one TCP connection per client.
In this simple benchmark, we have:

                    (direct)
.--------------->----------------.
/ chisel chisel \
request--->client:2001--->server:2002---->fileserver:3000
\ /
'--> crowbar:4001--->crowbar:4002'
client server

Note, we’re using an in-memory “file” server on localhost for these tests
direct

:3000 => 1 bytes in 1.440608ms
:3000 => 10 bytes in 658.833µs
:3000 => 100 bytes in 669.6µs
:3000 => 1000 bytes in 570.242µs
:3000 => 10000 bytes in 655.795µs
:3000 => 100000 bytes in 693.761µs
:3000 => 1000000 bytes in 2.156777ms
:3000 => 10000000 bytes in 18.562896ms
:3000 => 100000000 bytes in 146.355886ms

chisel

:2001 => 1 bytes in 1.393731ms
:2001 => 10 bytes in 1.002992ms
:2001 => 100 bytes in 1.082757ms
:2001 => 1000 bytes in 1.096081ms
:2001 => 10000 bytes in 1.215036ms
:2001 => 100000 bytes in 2.09334ms
:2001 => 1000000 bytes in 9.136138ms
:2001 => 10000000 bytes in 84.170904ms
:2001 => 100000000 bytes in 796.713039ms

~100MB in 0.8 seconds
crowbar

:4001 => 1 bytes in 3.335797ms
:4001 => 10 bytes in 1.453007ms
:4001 => 100 bytes in 1.811727ms
:4001 => 1000 bytes in 1.621525ms
:4001 => 10000 bytes in 5.20729ms
:4001 => 100000 bytes in 38.461926ms
:4001 => 1000000 bytes in 358.784864ms
:4001 => 10000000 bytes in 3.603206487s
:4001 => 100000000 bytes in 36.332395213s

~100MB in 36 seconds
See more test/

Known Issues

  • WebSockets support is required
    • IaaS providers all will support WebSockets
      • Unless an unsupporting HTTP proxy has been forced in front of you, in which case I’d argue that you’ve been downgraded to PaaS.
    • PaaS providers vary in their support for WebSockets
      • Heroku has full support
      • Openshift has full support though connections are only accepted on ports 8443 and 8080
      • Google App Engine has no support

Contributing

Changelog

  • 1.0.0 – Init
  • 1.1.0 – Swapped out simple symmetric encryption for ECDSA SSH

Todo

  • Better, faster tests
  • Expose a stats page for proxy throughput
  • Treat client stdin/stdout as a socket
  • Allow clients to act as an indirect tunnel endpoint for other clients
  • Keep local connections open and buffer between remote retries


Hakku Framework – Simple Penetration Testing Framework

Hakku is simple framework that has been made for penetration testing tools. Hakku framework offers simple structure, basic CLI, and useful features for penetration testing tools developing. Hakku is on early stages and may be unstable, so please down…


wafpass – WAF Security Benchmark

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WAFPASS - Copyright (c) 2017 Hamed Izadi (@hezd).

WAFPASS Analysing parameters with all payloads’ bypass methods, aiming at benchmarking security solutions like WAF.
Today a great number of website owners around the globe use “Web Application Firewalls” to improve their security. However, these security applications suffer from many deficits such as poor performance, lack of updates, and so forth. Thus, they are hindered from working effectively against everyday attacks that are equipped with cutting edge technological innovations. This vulnerability can cause various issues and even lead to security failures.
WAFPASS’s ultimate goal is to present a solution for promoting security systems like WAF in addition to providing a general overview of the security solutions.
WAFPASS supports HTTP,HTTPS connections, GET and POST requests and the use of Cookies in order to access pages restricted to authenticated users. Also, an intercepting proxy can be set up.

Requirements:
Python version 3.4.x is required for running this program.

Disclaimer:
This tool is only for testing and academic purposes and can only be used where strict consent has been given. Do not use it for illegal purposes!

Installation:
Download WAFPASS by cloning the Git repository:

  $ git clone https://github.com/wafpassproject/wafpass.git

Supported Platforms:

  • Linux
  • Mac OS X
  • Windows

Usage:
To get a list of all options and switches use:

  $ python3 wapfass.py -h

You can add your payloads in /payloads/payloads.csv like this:

  [email protected]

Support:
WAFPASS is the project of many hours of work and total personal dedication.
Please help us to improve this project.



Operative – The Fingerprint Framework

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crackle – Crack Bluetooth Smart (BLE) Encryption

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Halcyon – IDE for Nmap Script (NSE) Development

Halcyon is the first IDE specifically focused on Nmap Script (NSE) Development. This research idea was originated while writing custom Nmap Scripts for Enterprise Penetration Testing Scenarios. The existing challenge in developing Nmap Scripts (NSE) wa…