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

NTLMRawUnHide – A Python3 Script Designed To Parse Network Packet Capture Files And Extract NTLMv2 Hashes In A Crackable Format

NTLMRawUnhide.py is a Python3 script designed to parse network packet capture files and extract NTLMv2 hashes in a crackable format. The tool was developed to extract NTLMv2 hashes from files generated by native Windows binaries like NETSH.EXE and PKTMON.EXE without conversion. The following binary network packet capture formats are supported: *.pcap *.pcapng *.cap *.etl UsageRead More

Cloudtopolis – Cracking Hashes In The Cloud For Free

Cloudtopolis is a tool that facilitates the installation and provisioning of Hashtopolis on the Google Cloud Shell platform, quickly and completely unattended (and also, free!).RequirementsHave 1 Google account (at least). InstallationCloudtopolis installation is carried out in two phases: Phase 1Access Google Cloud Shell from the following link:https://ssh.cloud.google.com/cloudshell/editor?hl=es&fromcloudshell=true&shellonly=trueThen, run the following commands: wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/JoelGMSec/Cloudtopolis/master/Cloudtopolis.shchmod +x Cloudtopolis.sh./Cloudtopolis.shRead More

Terrier – A Image And Container Analysis Tool To Identify And Verify The Presence Of Specific Files According To Their Hashes

[*] Terrier is a Image and Container analysis tool that can be used to scan OCI images and Containers to identify and verify the presence of specific files according to their hashes. A detailed writeup of Terrier can be found on the Heroku blog, https://blog.heroku.com/terrier-open-source-identifying-analyzing-containers. Installation BinariesFor installation instructions from binaries please visit the ReleasesRead More