Pystinger – Bypass Firewall For Traffic Forwarding Using Webshell

Pystinger implements SOCK4 proxy and port mapping through webshell. It can be directly used by metasploit-framework, viper, cobalt strike for session online. Pystinger is developed in python, and currently supports three proxy scripts: php, jsp(x) and aspx. Usage Suppose the domain name of the server is http://example.com :8080 The intranet IPAddress of the server intranetRead More

SYNwall – A Zero-Configuration (IoT) Firewall

Zero config (IoT) firewall. SYNwall is a project built (for the time being) as a Linux Kernel Module, to implement a transparent and no-config/no-maintenance firewall. Basics Usually IoT devices are out of a central control, with low profile hardware, tough environmental conditions and…we have no time to dedicate to maintain the security. So, may beRead More

Octopus WAF – Web Application Firewall Made In C Language And Use Libevent

OctopusWAF is a open source Web application firewall, is made in C language uses libevent to make multiple connections. First step Instal lib-pcre, if you use RPM based distros search pcre-devel package, in BSD based search in ports or brew… Need libevent-dev, on RPM distros libevent-devel, Openssl-dev and openssl-devel. To compile and run OctopusWAF followRead More

Dnxfirewall – A Pure Python Next Generation Firewall Built On Top Of Linux Kernel/Netfilter

DNX Firewall is an optimized/high performance collection of applications or services to convert a standard linux system into a zone based next generation firewall. All software is designed to run in conjunction with eachother, but with a modular design certain aspects can be completely removed with little effort. The primary security modules have DIRECT/INLINE controlRead More

Frp – A Fast Reverse Proxy To Help You Expose A Local Server Behind A NAT Or Firewall To The Internet

A Fast Reverse Proxy To Help You Expose A Local Server Behind A NAT Or Firewall To The Internet. Development Status frp is under development. Try the latest release version in the master branch, or use the dev branch for the version in development. The protocol might change at a release and we don’t promiseRead More

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