Archive | Web Hacking


02 May 2014 | 1,640 views

Host-Extract – Enumerate All IP/Host Patterns In A Web Page

host-extract is a little ruby script that tries to extract all IP/Host patterns in page response of a given URL and JavaScript/CSS files of that URL. With it, you can quickly identify internal IPs/Hostnames, development IPs/ports, cdn, load balancers, additional attack entries related to your target that are revealed in inline js, css, html comment […]

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29 April 2014 | 1,544 views

BlindElephant – Web Application Fingerprinter

The BlindElephant Web Application Fingerprinter attempts to discover the version of a (known) web application by comparing static files at known locations against precomputed hashes for versions of those files in all all available releases. The technique is fast, low-bandwidth, non-invasive, generic, and highly automatable. BlindElephant can be used directly as a tool on the […]

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22 April 2014 | 1,733 views

RAWR – Rapid Assessment of Web Resources

Introducing RAWR (Rapid Assessment of Web Resources). There’s a lot packed in this tool that will help you get a better grasp of the threat landscape that is your client’s web resources. It has been tested from extremely large network environments, down to 5 node networks. It has been fine-tuned to promote fast, accurate, and […]

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03 April 2014 | 731 views

Oracle Java Cloud Service Vulnerabilities Publicly Disclosed

Security researches from the Polish firm Security Explorations have released a massive slew of PoC code and technical details on 30 Oracle Java Cloud Service Vulnerabilities. It seems like they had already reported them to Oracle, but weren’t happy with how things were handled, so have decided to go public with the weaknesses. They gave […]

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04 March 2014 | 2,888 views

EyeWitness – A Rapid Web Application Triage Tool

EyeWitness is a rapid web application triage tool designed to take screenshots of websites, provide some server header info, and identify default credentials if possible. The author would love for EyeWitness to identify more default credentials of various web applications. So as you find devices which utilizes default credentials, please e-mail him the source code […]

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24 February 2014 | 2,683 views

wig – WebApp Information Gatherer – Identify CMS

wig is a Python tool that identifies a websites CMS by searching for fingerprints of static files and extracting version numbers from known files. OS identification is done by using the value of the ‘server’ and ‘X-Powered-By’ in the response header. These values are compared to a database of which package versions are include with […]

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22 January 2014 | 4,885 views

The 25 Worst Passwords Of 2013 – “password” Is Not #1

The worst passwords of 2013 – really, more like the most common. The majority come from the massive Adobe leak, which contributed over 40 million passwords and skewed the data a fair bit pushing “photoshop” and “adobe123” into the list. Most of them are no surprise though, we published the top 10 most common passwords […]

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08 January 2014 | 1,295 views

Yahoo! Spread Bitcoin Mining Botnet Malware Via Ads

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are pretty much headline news every day now, especially with the inflated values (Bitcoin over $1000 recently). We haven’t mentioned them for a long time though, back in 2012 we wrote about Hackers breaking into a Bitcoin Exchange Site called Bitcoinica. There have been plenty of Bitcoin related hacks since then, […]

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06 January 2014 | 2,416 views

xssless – An Automated XSS Payload Generator Written In Python

xssless is an automated XSS payload generator written in python. Usage Record request(s) with Burp proxy Select request(s) you want to generate, then right click and select “Save items” Use xssless to generate your payload: ./ burp_export_file Pwn! Features Automated XSS payload generation from imported Burp proxy requests Payloads are 100% asynchronous and won’t freeze […]

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25 November 2013 | 1,441 views Hacked – Forum User Emails & Encrypted Passwords Leaked hacked is the latest news going around, there seems to have been a spate of these lately, with huge numbers of user accounts leaked. Thankfully this time, the passwords are actually hashed, but with what algorithm – we aren’t quite sure. Perhaps someone could figure it out with HashTag. I do have some vBulletin […]

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