Introduction kArp is a linux patch that allows one to implement ARP hijacking in the kernel, but control it easily via userland. You may configure, enable and disable kArp via ProcFS or the sysctl mechanism. kArp is implemented almost on the device driver level. Any ethernet driver (including 802.11 drivers) is supported. The kArp code […]
The Latest Hacking Tools
Examples include Wep0ff – Wifi Cracking Tool, Brutus Password Cracker, wwwhack Web Hacking, THC-Hydra Network Login Hacking and pwdump/fgdump Windows Password Dumping Tools.
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Script Kiddie Hacking Tools
There are various tools that are classified as too easy to use, or too automated and these fall into the category of Script Kiddie Tools. These are people who just follow instructions from a manual or tutorial without really understanding the technology or process happening. Examples of these tools would mainly be password cracking tools like Cain and Abel Password Cracker, Brutus Password Cracker and John the Ripper for Password Cracking.
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Version 1.2 (Beta) of the pwdump6 software has been released. There are three major changes from the previous version: Uses “random” named pipes (GUIDs) to allow concurrent copies of the client to run. This is predominately for the next version of fgdump, which will be multithreaded. Will turn off password histories if the requisite APIs […]
1. BackTrack The newest contender on the block of course is BackTrack, which we have spoken about previously. An innovative merge between WHax and Auditor (WHax formely WHoppix). BackTrack is the result of the merging of two Innovative Penetration Testing live Linux distributions Whax and Auditor, combining the best features from both distributions, and paying […]
The new “features” this time are primarily performance improvements possible due to the use of better algorithms (bringing more inherent parallelism of trying multiple candidate passwords down to processor instruction level), better optimized code, and new hardware capabilities (such as AltiVec available on PowerPC G4 and G5 processors). In particular, John the Ripper 1.7 is […]
Check it out! US President George W. Bush visited the NSA headquarters at Fort Meade in January 2006. A wall-sized status screen in the background displays the latest versions of Nmap and some of our other favorite open source tools. Pictures were printed in the February 6, 2006 edition of Newsweek (article) and the Jan […]
BackTrack is the result of the merging of two Innovative Penetration Testing live Linux distributions namely Whax and Auditor. Combining the best features from both distributions, and paying special attention to small details, this is probably the best version of either distributions to ever come out. Based on SLAX (Slackware), BackTrack provides user modularity. This […]