HTTPUploadExfil – A Simple HTTP Server For Exfiltrating Files/Data During, For Example, CTFs

HTTPUploadExfil is a (very) simple HTTP server written in Go that’s useful for getting files (and other information) off a machine using HTTP. While there are many use-cases, it’s meant to be used in low-stakes offensive scenarios (e.g., CTFs). Think of this as python3 -m http.server but for getting data off a machine instead ofRead More

ReverseSSH – Statically-linked Ssh Server With Reverse Shell Functionality For CTFs And Such

A statically-linked ssh server with a reverse connection feature for simple yet powerful remote access. Most useful during HackTheBox challenges, CTFs or similar. Has been developed and was extensively used during OSCP exam preparation. Get the latest Release Features Catching a reverse shell with netcat is cool, sure, but who hasn’t accidentally closed a reverseRead More

Stegbrute – Fast Steganography Bruteforce Tool Written In Rust Useful For CTF’s

stegbrute is a fast steganography brute force tool written in Rust using also threads to achieve a faster execution Dependencies Stegbrute cannot run without steghide!, to install steghide run : apt-get install -y steghide if you are not in a debian distribution you can download it from steghide website Installation stegbrute can be installed inRead More

Karkinos – Penetration Testing And Hacking CTF’s Swiss Army Knife With: Reverse Shell Handling – Encoding/Decoding – Encryption/Decryption – Cracking Hashes / Hashing

Karkinos is a light-weight ‘Swiss Army Knife’ for penetration testing and/or hacking CTF’s. Currently, Karkinos offers the following: Encoding/Decoding characters Encrypting/Decrypting text or files Reverse shell handling Cracking and generating hashes Dependancies Any server capable of hosting PHP; tested with Apache Server Tested with PHP 7.4.9 Python3 (in your path) pip3 Raspberry Pi Zero friendlyRead More