Archive for January, 2008

Scientology attacked

Sunday, January 27th, 2008

ScientologyChanology

Sometimes bad things are good, sometimes god, ehm good, things are bad.

Falla nei modem wifi Alice

Thursday, January 24th, 2008

Pochi giorni fa e` stata scoperta una simpatica vulnerabilita` di sicurezza nei modem/access point Alice Gate 2 plus, che molti abbonati a servizia ADSL Alice hanno in comodato d’uso.

La vulnerabilita` in questione e` evidenziata su http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/1/486733 ed e` da considerarsi gravissima perche` permette di disabilitare l’utilizzo della crittografia nella rete wifi se qualche utente, precedentemente autenticato su tale rete, clicca piu` o meno volutamente sull’url evidenziato nell’advisory.
Un attaccante puo` riuscire ad abbassare il livello di protezione di una rete wifi in modo da riuscere ad associarvisi, e un utente non attento potrebbe ritrovarsi con una rete wifi aperta a tutto il mondo che passi sotto casa sua.

Cinema: Io sono leggenda

Sunday, January 20th, 2008

Io sono leggenda: Un vius trasforma gli umani in degli zombi affamati di sangue ma rimangono alcuni sopravissuti che devono nascondersi e combattere.
Solito film alla "un virus infetta il mondo e io salvo tutti", una totale delusione, tempo perso.
Citazione: "Perche` le persone che cercano di far migliore questo mondo non si concedono un giorno libero"

Penetration Testing Tools

Sunday, January 13th, 2008

Packet
Shaper:

  • Nemesis:
    a command line packet shaper
  • Packit:
    The Packet Toolkit – A network packet shaper.
  • Hping
    by Antirez: a command line TCP/IP packet shaper
  • Sing:
    stands for ‘Send ICMP Nasty Garbage’; sends fully customizeable ICMP
    packets
  • Scapy:
    a new python-based packet generator

Password
Cracker/Login Hacker:

  • John
    the Ripper
    : a well-known
    password cracker for Windows and *nix Systems
  • Djohn:
    a distributed password cracker based on "John
    the Ripper
    "
  • Cain
    & Abel
    : an advanced
    password recovery tool for windows systems. It sniffs the network
    packets an cracks authentication brute-force or with dictionary
    attacks.
  • Project
    RainbowCrack
    : Advanced instant
    NT password cracker
  • Rainbowtables: The
    shmoo group provides pre-generated rainbow tables for bittorrent
    download. The tables are generated with RainbowCrack (see above).
  • Windows
    NT
    password recovery tool
    by Peter
    Nordahl
  • THC-Dialup
    Login Hacker
    by THC. It tries to
    guess username and password against the modem carrier. As far as I know
    the only available dialup password guesser for *NIX.
  • Hydra
    by THC: a multi-protocol login hacker. Hydra is also integrated with Nessus.
  • Medusa: parallel network login auditor
  • THC
    imap bruter
    : a very fast imap
    password brute forcer
  • x25bru:
    a login/password bruteforcer for x25 pad
  • Crowbar: a generic web brute force tool (Windows only; requires .NET Framework)
  • MDCrack-NG: a very fast MD4/MD5/NTLMv1 hash cracker; works optionally with precomputed hash tables

Advanced
Sniffers:

  • Wireshark (formerly known as Ethereal): an open source network protocol analyzer
  • Dsniff
    by Dug Song: a combination of very useful sniffer and man-in-the-middle
    attack tools
  • Ettercap:
    a multipurpose sniffer/interceptor/logger for switched LAN environments
  • aimsniffer:
    monitors AOL instant messager communication on the network
  • 4G8:
    a tool ,similar to ettercap, to capture network traffic in switched
    environments
  • cdpsniffer:
    Cisco discovery protocol (CDP) decoding sniffer

Port
Scanner / Information Gathering:

  • nmap:
    the currently most well-known port scanner. Since version 3.45 it
    supports version
    scans
    . Have a look at PBNJ for diffing different nmap scans.
  • ISECOM
    released their nmap wrapper NWRAP,
    which shows all known protocols for the discovered ports form the Open
    Protocol Resource Database
  • Nmap::Scanner:
    Perl output parser for nmap
  • Amap
    by THC: An advanced portscanner which determines the application behind
    a network port by its application handshake. Thus it detects well-known
    applications on non-standard ports or unknown applications on
    well-known ports.
  • vmap
    by THC: version mapper to determine the version (sic!) of scanned daemons
  • Unicornscan:
    a information gathering and correlation engine
  • DMitry (Deepmagic Information Gathering Tool): a host information gathering tool for *nix systems
  • Athena:
    a search engine query tool for passive information gathering

Security
Scanner:

  • Nessus
    – In version 2 an OpenSource network scanner. Version 3 is only available in binary form and under a proprietary license.
  • OpenVAS: a fork of Nessus 2.2.5 (formerly known as GNessUs)

  • Nessj: a java based nessus (and compatibles) client (formerly known as Reason)
  • Paul
    Clip from @stake released AUSTIN,
    a security scanner for Palm OS 3.5+.

Webserver:

  • Nikto:
    a web server scanner with anti IDS features. Based on Rain Forest
    Puppies libwhisker
    library.
  • Wikto: a webserver assessment tool (Windows only; requires .NET framework)
  • WSDigger:
    a black box web pen testing tool from Foundstone (Windows based)
  • Metis:
    a java based information gathering tool for web sites

Fingerprinting:

  • SinFP: a fingerprinting tool which requires only an open tcp port and sends maximum 3 packets
  • Winfingerprint:
    much more than a simple fingerprinting tool.It scans for Windows
    shares, enumerates usernames, groups, sids and much more.
  • p0f
    2
    : Michal Zalewski announced his
    new release of p0f 2, a passive OS fingerprinting tool. p0f 2 is a
    completely rewrite of the old p0f code.
  • xprobe2:
    a remote active operating system fingerprinting tool from Ofir Arkin
    and the xprobe2 team
  • Cron-OS:
    an active OS fingerprinting tool based on TCP timeout behavior. This
    project was formerly known as "RING" and is now published as a nmap
    addon.

Proxy
Server:

  • Burp
    proxy
    : an interactive HTTP/S
    proxy server for attacking and debugging web-enabled applications
  • Screen-scraper:
    a http/https-proxy server with a scripting engine for data manipulation
    and searching
  • Paros:
    a man-in-the-middle proxy and application vulnerability scanner
  • WebScarab: a framework for analyzing web applications. One of it’s basic functionality is the usage as intercepting proxy.


War Dialers:

  • IWar: a classic war dialer. One of a few wardialers for *nix operation systems, and the only with VOIP functionality (to my knowledge)
  • THC-Scan: a war dialer for DOS, Windows and DOS emulators

Malware / Exploit Collections:

  • packetstormsecurity.org:
    Huge collections of tools and exploits
  • ElseNot Project: The project tries to publish an exploit for each MS Security Bulltin. A script kiddie dream come true.
  • Offensive Computing: Another malware collection site
  • Securityforest: try the ExploitTree to get a collection of exploit code; have a look at the ToolTree for a huge list of pentest stuff


Databases / SQL:

  • sqlninja: a tool to exploit sql injection vulnerabilities in web applications with MS SQL Servers (alpha stage)
  • CIS
    Oracle Database Scoring Tool
    :
    scans Oracle 8i for compliance with the CIS Oracle Database
    Benchmark
  • SQLRecon:
    an active and passive scanner for MSSQL server. Works on Windows 2000,
    XP and 2003.
  • absinthe: a
    gui-based tool that automates the process of downloading the schema
    & contents of a database that is vulnerable to Blind SQL Injection
    (see here
    and here).
  • SQL Power Injector: a GUI based SQL injector for web pages (Windows, .Net Framework 1.1 required, Internet Explorer 5.0+ required)

Voice over IP (VOIP):

  • vomit (voice over misconfigured internet telephones): converts Cisco IP phone conversations into wave files
  • SiVuS: a VOIP vulnerability scanner – SIP protocol (beta, Windows only)
  • Cain & Abel: mostly a password cracker, can also record VOIP conversations (Windows only)
  • sipsak (SIP swis army knife): a SIP packet generator
  • SIPp: a SIP test tool and packet generator
  • Nastysip: a SIP bogus message generator
  • voipong: dumps G711 encoded VOIP communications to wave files. Supports: SIP, H323, Cisco Skinny Client Protocol, RTP and RTCP
  • Perl based tools by Thomas Skora: sip-scan, sip-kill, sip-redirectrtp, rtpproxy and ipq_rules
  • rtptools: a toolset for rtp recording and playing

Networkbased Tools:

  • yersinia: a network tool
    designed to take advantage of some weakeness in different network
    protocols (STP, CDP, DTP, DHCP, HSRP, 802.1q, VTP)
  • Netsed:
    alters content of network packets while
    forwarding the packets

  • ip6sic:
    a IPv6 stack integrity tester

VPN:

  • ike-scan:
    an IPSec enumeration and fingerprinting tool
  • ikeprobe:
    ike scanning tool
  • ipsectrace:
    a tool for profiling ipsec traffic in a dump file. Initial alpha release
  • VPNMonitor:
    a Java application to observer network traffic. It graphically
    represents network connections and highlights all VPN connections. Nice
    for demonstrations, if somewhat of limited use in a real pen test.
  • IKECrack:an IKE/IPSec cracker for pre-shared keys (in aggressive mode authentication [RFC2409])

DNSA:
DNS Auditing tool by Pierre Betouin

Hunt:
a session hijacking tool with curses GUI

SMAC:
a Windows MAC Address Modifying Utility. Supports Windows 2000 and XP.

The
WebGoat Project
: a web
application written in Java with intentional vulnerabilities. Supports
an interactive learning environment with individual lessons.

TSCrack:
a Windows Terminal Server brute forcer

Ollie
Whitehouse from @stake released some new cellular phone based
pentesting tools for scanning
(NetScan,
MobilePenTester).
All tools
require a Sony Ericsson P800 mobile phone. Unfortunately, @stake seems
no longer to support much of their free
security tools. So, use instead the alternativ download links above.

THC-FuzzyFingerprint:
generates fuzzy fingerprints that look almost nearly equal to a given
fingerprint/hash-sum. Very useful for MITM attacks.

BeatLM,
a password finder for LM/NTLM hashes. Currently, there is no support
for NTLM2 hashes. In order to get the hashes from network traffic, try ScoopLM.

THC
vlogger
: a linux kernel based
keylogger

The
Metasploit Framework
: an
"advanced open-source platform for developing, testing, and using
exploit code".

ATK (Attack Tool Kit): a comination of security scanner and exploit framework (Windows only)

Pirana: an exploitation framework to test the security of email content filters. See also the whitepaper

PassLoc:
a tool which provides the means to locate keys within a buffer. Based
on the article "Playing
hide and seek with stored keys
"
by Adi Shamir.

Dl-Hell:
identifies an executables dynamic link library (DLL) files

DHCPing:
a security tool for testing dhcp security

ldapenum:
a perl
script for enumeration against ldap servers.

Checkpwd: a dictionary based password checker for oracle databases

NirCmd from NirSoft: a windows command line tool to manipulate the registry, initiate a dialup connection and much more

Windows Permission Identifier: a tools for auditing user permissions on a windows system

MSNPawn: a toolset for footprinting, profiling and assesment via the MSN Search. Windows-only, .NET required

snmpcheck:a tool to gather information via snmp. Works on Linux, *BSD and Windows systems.

pwdump6: extract NTLM and LanMan hashes from Windows targets

VoIP Hacking software

Saturday, January 5th, 2008