The OneLogin hack is blowing up now it seems like whoever got access can also decrypt encrypted customer data which is just about AS BAD as it can get for a password/identity management service. Now I’m a HUGE supporter of password management tools as I’ve mentioned many times here, so anyone who signed up for […]
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sheep-wolf is a tool to help you Exploit MD5 Collisions in software, specially malware samples which are commonly detected using MD5 hash signatures. and then a malicious one (Wolf) that have the same MD5 hash. Please use this code to test if the security products in your reach use MD5 internally to fingerprint binaries and […]
Pybelt is a Python-based hackers tool belt capable of cracking hashes without prior knowledge of the algorithm, scanning ports on a given host, searching for SQLi vulnerabilities in a given URL, verifying that your Google dorks work like they should, verifying the algorithm of a given hash, scanning a URL for XSS vulnerability, and finding […]
Whilst I was away on a tropical island enjoying myself the Infosec Internet was on fire with news of the global WannaCry ransomware threat which showed up in the UK NHS and was spreading across 74 different countries. The Ransomware seems to be the first that is P2P using an SMB exploit from the NSA […]
pemcracker is a tool for cracking PEM files that are encrypted and have a password. The purpose is to attempt to recover the password for encrypted PEM files while utilising all the CPU cores. Inspired by Robert Graham’s pemcrack, it still uses high-level OpenSSL calls in order to guess the password. As an optimisation, instead […]
spectrology is a Python-based audio steganography tool that can convert images to audio files with a corresponding spectrogram encoding, this allows you to hide hidden messages via images inside audio files. Using this tool you can select range of frequencies to be used and all popular image codecs are supported. Usage
usage: spectrology.py [-h] [-o OUTPUT] [-b BOTTOM] [-t TOP] [-p PIXELS]
INPUT Name of the image to be converted.
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
Name of the output wav file. Default value: out.wav).
-b BOTTOM, --bottom BOTTOM
Bottom frequency range. Default value: 200.
-t TOP, --top TOP Top frequency range. Default value: 20000.
-p PIXELS, --pixels PIXELS
Pixels per second. Default value: 30.
-s SAMPLING, --sampling SAMPLING
Sampling rate. Default value: 44100.
python spectrology.py test.bmp -b 13000 -t 19000