Spaghetti Download – Web Application Security Scanner

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Spaghetti is an Open-source Web Application Security Scanner, it is designed to find various default and insecure files, configurations, and misconfigurations.

Spaghetti Download - Web Application Security Scanner

It is built on Python 2.7 and can run on any platform which has a Python environment.

Features of Spaghetti Web Application Security Scanner

  • Fingerprints
    • Server
    • Web Frameworks (CakePHP, CherryPy,…)
    • Web Application Firewall (Waf)
    • Content Management System (CMS)
    • Operating System (Linux, Unix,..)
    • Language (PHP, Ruby,…)
    • Cookie Security
  • Bruteforce
    • Admin Interface
    • Common Backdoors
    • Common Backup Directory
    • Common Backup File
    • Common Directory
    • Common File
    • Log File
  • Disclosure
    • Emails
    • Private IP
    • Credit Cards
  • Attacks
    • HTML Injection
    • SQL Injection
    • LDAP Injection
    • XPath Injection
    • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
    • Remote File Inclusion (RFI)
    • PHP Code Injection
  • Other
    • HTTP Allow Methods
    • HTML Object
    • Multiple Index
    • Robots Paths
    • Web Dav
    • Cross Site Tracing (XST)
    • .Listing
  • Vulns
    • ShellShock
    • Anonymous Cipher (CVE-2007-1858)
    • Crime (SPDY) (CVE-2012-4929)
    • Struts-Shock

Using Spaghetti Web Application Security Scanner


Installation of Spaghetti Web Scanner

There are also other options to check out like:

Arachni v0.2.2.1 – Web Application Security Scanner Framework
Vega – Open Source Cross Platform Web-Application Security Assessment Platform

You can download Spaghetti Web Application Security Scanner here:

Or read more here.

Topic: Hacking Tools

Taringa Hack – 27 Million User Records Leaked

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The Taringa hack is actually one of the biggest leaks of the year with 27 million weakly hashed passwords breached, but it’s not often covered in the Western media with it being a Latin American site (something like Reddit).

Taringa Hack - 27 Million User Records Leaked

The leak happened in August and it seems like the hackers were able to brute force around 95% of the account passwords fairly quickly with Taringa using an outdated and flawing hashing algorithm – md5.

Latin American social site Taringa, often called ‘Latin America’s Reddit’, has suffered a massive breach of user data. Login details for nearly all of the site’s users were compromised.

The social site had instituted a system in 2015 to pay users for content production using Bitcoin. The site partnered with Xapo to create digital wallets for content producers, and then began funding them with Bitcoin for participation.

Wallet balances of the individual users will likely be low, but the massive hack of data may well allow access to those wallets. With prices having increased dramatically since 2015, the original payments that remained intact are likely of some substantial value.

It’s a pretty interesting site to target too as it has cryptocurrency infrastructure which allows users to tip each with Bitcoins (something like Reddit Gold).

You can read the official statement from Taringa here:

Un mensaje importante sobre la seguridad de tu cuenta

Or translated to English here:

An important message about your account security

Taringa was using an aging encryption system for passwords called MD5. The hackers were able to crack 95% of the 27 mln passwords within just a few days. Taringa has assured customers that wallet addresses were not compromised, though the surety of the promise remains in question.

Users should move Bitcoin balances into other wallets for protection, especially if they had used the same password for their wallet as for their Taringa account, a common practice.

There have of course been some other massive leaks this year, which are still in the press like the Equifax Data Breach and the Time Warner Hack.

Taringa did take the right measures and reset all user passwords and promised to update the encryption method used to store passwords to something more robust (which I hope they did actually carry out).

Source: Coin Telegraph

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A2SV – Auto Scanning SSL Vulnerability Tool For Poodle & Heartbleed

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A2SV is a Python-based SSL Vulnerability focused tool that allows for auto-scanning and detection of the common and well-known SSL Vulnerabilities.

A2SV - Auto Scanning SSL Vulnerability Tool For Poodle & Heartbleed

SSL Vulnerabilities Detected by A2SV

  • [CVE-2007-1858] Anonymous Cipher
  • [CVE-2012-4929] CRIME(SPDY)
  • [CVE-2014-0160] CCS Injection
  • [CVE-2014-0224] HeartBleed
  • [CVE-2014-3566] SSLv3 POODLE
  • [CVE-2015-0204] FREAK Attack
  • [CVE-2015-4000] LOGJAM Attack
  • [CVE-2016-0800] SSLv2 DROWN

Planned for future:

  • [PLAN] SSL Information Analysis

Installation & Requirements for A2SV

A. Download(clone) & Unpack A2SV

B. Install Python Package / OpenSSL

C. Run A2SV

How to use A2SV Auto Scanning SSL Vulnerability Tool

You can download A2SV SSL Vulnerability Scanner here:

Or read more here.

Topic: Networking Hacking

VHostScan – Virtual Host Scanner With Alias & Catch-All Detection

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VHostScan is a Python-based virtual host scanner that can be used with pivot tools, detect catch-all scenarios, aliases and dynamic default pages.

VHostScan - Virtual Host Scanner With Alias & Catch-All Detection

Features of VHostScan Virtual Host Scanner

  • Quickly highlight unique content in catch-all scenarios
  • Locate the outliers in catch-all scenarios where results have dynamic content on the page (such as the time)
  • Identify aliases by tweaking the unique depth of matches
  • Wordlist supports standard words and a variable to input a base hostname (for e.g. dev.%s from the wordlist would be run as dev.BASE_HOST)
  • Work over HTTP and HTTPS
  • Ability to set the real port of the webserver to use in headers when pivoting through ssh/nc
  • Add simple response headers to bypass some WAF products
  • Identify new targets by using reverse lookups and append to wordlist

Usage – Using VHostScan

Another similar tool would be hostmap 0.2 – Automatic Hostname & Virtual Hosts Discovery Tool.

You can download VHostScan here:

Or read more here.

Topic: Hacking Tools
Equifax Hack Blamed On Single Employee

Equifax Hack Blamed On Single Employee

We wrote about the Equifax Hack, Data Breach and Leak last month, which happened due to a flaw in Apache Struts that for some reason hadn’t been patched. Now it seems the CEO Rick Smith is basically placing the blame on a single employee that failed to pass a message on to the right people, […]

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LOIC Hivemind - Low Orbit Ion Cannon

LOIC Download – Low Orbit Ion Cannon DDoS Booter

LOIC Download below – Low Orbit Ion Cannon is an Open Source Stress Testing and Denial of Service (DoS or DDoS) attack application written in C#. It’s an interesting tool in that it’s often used in what are usually classified as political cyber-terrorist attacks against large capitalistic organisations. The hivemind version gives average non-technical users […]

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