Whatfiles – Log What Files Are Accessed By Any Linux Process

Whatfiles is a Linux utility that logs what files another program reads/writes/creates/deletes on your system. It traces any new processes and threads that are created by the targeted process as well. Rationale: I’ve long been frustrated at the lack of a simple utility to see which files a process touches from main() to exit. WhetherRead More

RCLocals – Linux Startup Analyzer

Inspired by ‘Autoruns’ from Sysinternals, RCLocals analyzes all Linux startup possibilities to find backdoors, also performs process integrity verification, scan for DLL injected processes and much more Things covered: ·List GPG keys trusted by the system ·Installed Packages ·File integrity ·Process integrity (process and libraries loaded in a process that not belongs to any installedRead More

XC – A Small Reverse Shell For Linux And Windows

Netcat like reverse shell for Linux & Windows. Features Windows Usage:└ Shared Commands: !exit !upload <src> <dst> * uploads a file to the target !download <src> <dst> * downloads a file from the target !lfwd <localport> <remoteaddr> <remoteport> * local portforwarding (like ssh -L) !rfwd <remoteport> <localaddr> <localport> * remote portforwarding (like ssh -R) !lsfwdRead More

ThreatBox – A Standard And Controlled Linux Based Attack Platform

ThreatBox is a standard and controlled Linux based attack platform. I’ve used a version of this for years. It started as a collection of scripts, lived as a rolling virtual machine, existed as code to build a Linux ISO, and has now been converted to a set of ansible playbooks. Why Ansible? Why not? ThisRead More

Tor-Rootkit – A Python 3 Standalone Windows 10 / Linux Rootkit Using Tor

A Python 3 standalone Windows 10 / Linux Rootkit. The networking communication get’s established over the tor network. Disclaimer Use for educational purposes only. How to use Clone the repo and change directory: git clone https://github.com/emcruise/TorRootkit.gitcd ./tor-rootkit Build docker container: docker build -t listener . Run docker container: docker run -v $(pwd)/executables:/executables/ -it listener DeployRead More

Kali Linux 2021.3 – Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking Linux Distribution

Time for another Kali Linux release! – Kali Linux 2021.1. This release has various impressive updates. A summary of the changes since the 2021.2 release from June are: OpenSSL – Wide compatibility by default – Keep reading for what that means New Kali-Tools site – Following the footsteps of Kali-Docs, Kali-Tools has had a completeRead More

Owt – The Most Compact WiFi Auditing Tool That Works On Command Line Linux

  This tool compiles some necessary tools for wifi auditing in a unix bash script with a user friendly interface. The goal of owt is to have the smallest file size possible while still functioning at maximum proficiency. Installation & Running the script ~ $ git clone https://github.com/clu3bot/OWT.git~ $ cd owt~ $ sudo bash owt.shRead More

Kali-Whoami – A Privacy Tool Developed To Keep You Anonymous On Kali Linux At The Highest Level

The purpose of the Whoami tool makes you as anonymous as possible on Kali linux. It is an user friendly with its ease of use and simple interface. It follows two different paths to ensure the highest possible level of anonymity. Finally, don’t forget that there is never a hundred percent security on the internet!Read More

Kconfig-Hardened-Check – A Tool For Checking The Hardening Options In The Linux Kernel Config

Motivation There are plenty of Linux kernel hardening config options. A lot of them are not enabled by the major distros. We have to enable these options ourselves to make our systems more secure. But nobody likes checking configs manually. So let the computers do their job! kconfig-hardened-check.py helps me to check the Linux kernelRead More

LibAFL – Advanced Fuzzing Library – Slot Your Fuzzer Together In Rust! Scales Across Cores And Machines. For Windows, Android, MacOS, Linux, No_Std, …

Advanced Fuzzing Library – Slot your own fuzzers together and extend their features using Rust. LibAFL is written and maintained by Andrea Fioraldi [email protected] and Dominik Maier [email protected] Why LibAFL? LibAFL gives you many of the benefits of an off-the-shelf fuzzer, while being completely customizable. Some highlight features currently include: fast: We do everything weRead More

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