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  1. How to search for Security Vulnerabilities in a website using GoLismero in Kali Linux [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  2. itsMe

    Parrot Security 4.6

    Parrot Security 4.6 - Security GNU/Linux Distribution Designed with Cloud Pentesting and IoT Security in Mind After 3 months of heavy development Parrot 4.6 is officially released System Changes (Appearance) The desktop-base and parrot-wallpapers also received some love and are updated to reflect such changes including the new Parrot appearence. APT now enforces https Parrot 4.6 is now configured to serve signed index files via https by default, and the mirror redirector is configured to redirect traffic to https mirrors when available. In case an https mirror is not available, the packages are downloaded by fallback http mirrors, but APT will still verify the signatures. In other debian-based systems and previous Parrot OS versions, mirrors used http by default, and https is just an exception. Http downloads don’t represent a security risk because gpg signatures are more effective than ssl downloads in certifying repository integrity, as described on this website - [Hidden Content]. Although you can never eliminate risk of bad actors, we hope to increase the cost for providers attempting to intercept or track user activities (i.e. knowing if a user is installing specific software). Improved drivers support Parrot 4.6 includes the Linux 4.19 kernel which contains several security patches, performance improvements and a better hardware support. Moreover Parrot 4.6 features important updates for broadcom and other wireless chipset manufacturers, and the Nvidia drivers were updated to the latest 410 version with better Quadro support. Debian Kernel Changelog - Linux changelog Anonsurf has OpenNIC support Anonsurf now integrates a new option to change from the system DNS servers to OpenNIC DNS resolvers. OpenNIC is a community-driven dns resolver provider that respects user freedom and allows domain resolution of some special top level domains. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  3. CyberArk EPM version suffers from a security restrictions bypass vulnerability. View the full article
  4. [Hidden Content] What is Osmedeus? Osmedeus allow you automated run the collection of awesome tools to reconnaissance and vulnerability scanning against the target. How to use If you have no idea what are you doing just type the command below or check out the Advance Usage ./ -t Installation git clone [Hidden Content] cd Osmedeus ./ This install only focus on Kali linux, check more install on Wiki page Features Subdomain Scan. Subdomain TakeOver Scan. Screenshot the target. Basic recon like Whois, Dig info. IP Discovery. CORS Scan. SSL Scan. Headers Scan. Port Scan. Vulnerable Scan. Seperate workspaces to store all scan output and details logging. REST API. SPA Web UI. Slack notifications. Demo Disclaimer Most of this tool done by the authors of the tool that you can see in the module folder. I just put all the pieces together, plus some extra boring stuff that we don't wanna do everyday. This tool is for educational purposes only. You are responsible for your own actions. If you mess something up or break any laws while using this software, it's your fault, and your fault only.
  5. Shinobi Security Software version 1.0 suffers from a database disclosure vulnerability. View the full article
  6. WordPress Anti-Malware Security and Brute-Force Firewall plugin version 4.18.63 suffers from a local file inclusion vulnerability. View the full article
  7. 20 Packt Cyber Security E-Books (Worth 1000$+) Packt is one of the best IT publishers out there. Their books are expensive (upwards of 50$ each) but they're well worth it. Download Link : [Hidden Content]
  8. Introduction Airgeddon is a multi-use bash script for WiFi network security auditing on Linux systems. This multi-purpose WiFi hacking tool has very rich features which supports multiple methods for WiFi hacking including multiple WPS hacking modes, all-in-one WEP attack, handshake file capturing, Evil Twin attacks, Pixie Dust attacks, and so much more (see features below). Features: Monitor-managed: interface mode switcher. Multiple configurable options, multilang support, auto update, HTTP proxy auto detection for updates, and so much more. WPA/WPA2 personal networks Handshake file capturing. Cleaning and optimizing Handshake captured files Evil Twin attacks [Rogue AP]: Integrated sniffing, sslstrip2, BeEF with Hostapd + DHCP + DoS + Ettercap + Sslstrip + BeEF; WiFi password capturing through captive portal with DNS blackhole; optional MAC spoofing. WPS cracking: WPS scanning, Pixie Dust attacks, Brute-force PIN attacks [Bully, Reaver], WPS PINs attacks. WEP All-in-One attack: combining different techniques: Chop-Chop, Caffe Latte, ARP Replay, Hirte, Fragmentation, Fake association, etc. DoS over wireless networks using different methods [DOS Pursuit Mode]. Comptaibility: Many Linux distros, iptables/nftables. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
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  10. ## AtEar AtEar is a scalable and efficient system, and also the first web-based wireless vulnerability assessment solution. This Wireless Vulnerability Analysis/Management Solution, AtEar, can be utilized both by businesses and in the home. For business use, AtEar utilizes fingerprint devices for access to the network and to analyze the current wireless network conditions. The automatic penetration testing function makes it possible to analyze wireless vulnerability conveniently and meticulously. AtEar for home networks inspects network security conditions and monitors for any unregistered devices. Intro In short, AtEar is a wireless pentest system. AtEar provides a web-based user interface. AtEar is easy and fast to use. Is your company’s wireless network secure? AtEar helps keep your wireless network safe from hackers and intruders. Operation Video Operation Video Link AtEar Features Wireless Scanning(Ad-Hoc, Station, Access Point, Soft-Acess Point) Wireless Chart(Channel, Encryption, Type) Wireless Pentesting(WEP, WPA1, WPA2) Network Information Getting(IP, Connected Host Info) Fake AP Google Phishing Sites Facebook Phishing Sites Twitter Phishing Sites WIDS(Wireless intrusion detection system) Disassocation Flood Deauth Flood WESSID-NG Attack Koreck Chopchop attack Fragmentation PGRA Attack MDK MICHEAL SHUTDOWN Exploitation TKIP Attack Attack By TKIPUN-NG Authentication DOS Attack Assocation Flood High Amount of Assocation Sent Suspect Rouge AP Detected Beacon Flood These features will be released this month. Network Pentesting FTP Brute Force SSH Brute Force Telnet Brute Force SMTP Brute Force POP Brute Force IMAP Brute Force LDAP Brute Force SMB Brute Force rlogin Brute Force MSSQL Brute Force MYSQL Brute Force PGSQL Brute Force VNC Brute Force SNMP Brute Force [Hidden Content]
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  12. Jenkins plugins Script Security version 1.49, Declarative version 1.3.4, and Groovy version 2.60 suffer from a code execution vulnerability. View the full article
  13. Kaspersky Internet Security para 60 días (proxy India) [Hidden Content]
  14. Dr Web Security Space (android) Clave para 232 días [Hidden Content]
  15. Nsauditor Network Security Auditor is a professional software application that comes in handy especially for network administrators, as it provides a wide range of tools dedicated to network auditing, scanning, and monitoring. Although it comes packed with many dedicated parameters, the user interface is straightforward and offers quick access to a set of tools. The network monitoring feature gives users the possibility to view the network connections and processes that are currently running on the computer. Comprehensive tool for network monitoring The tool displays detailed information for each process, namely TCP and UDP endpoints, local and remote address, hostname, country, service name, and others. Plus, you can close connections and processes, trace route host, and save the data to a plain text file. Furthermore, you can create an audit report based on the vulnerabilities found on in the network services, namely FTP, SMTP, Telnet, NetBIOS, UDP, and others. Plus, with the NetBIOS auditor function, you can get important information about the computer, such as IP address machine, Ethernet address, adapter producer, as well as details about workstation users, groups, and machines. The auditing process might take some time, especially if you have added multiple IP addresses to be monitored. Includes a plethora of useful set of tools for network administration Nsauditor Network Security Auditor enables users to scan networks or a single host for obtaining data about the available hosts, ports, operating systems, and you can pick the scan level (aggressive, normal or polite). Other important features worth mentioning allow users to check for flaws or vulnerabilities of web servers, scan the local or remote computer for adware, malware and spyware, monitor networks and detect the nodes that are passing through SNMP services, and filter packets by IP, ICMP, TCP, UDP, and others. Last but not least, you can check the validity of the specified IP addresses and email accounts, trace routes, convert IP addresses to hostnames, obtain domain registration with WHOIS, shutdown or restart remote network PCs, redirect TCP traffic from one port to another, and use a traffic emulator. Statistics can be generated for IP packets (e.g. the number of received, delivered or sent packets, protocol errors), ICMP messages, TCP segments (e.g. timeout algorithm, active and passive connections), and others. Keep your networks protected by thoroughly analyzing possible security issues All in all, Nsauditor Network Security Auditor proves to be a reliable application that comprises useful features for helping you scan networks and hosts and detect possible vulnerabilities. [HIDE][Hidden Content]] Pass:
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    Security for Software Engineers By: James N. Helfrich Pages: 345 Publisher: CRC Press Pub Date: 2018 ISBN : 9781138583825


  17. View File Security for Software Engineers Security for Software Engineers By: James N. Helfrich Pages: 345 Publisher: CRC Press Pub Date: 2018 ISBN : 9781138583825 Submitter dEEpEst Submitted 14/02/19 Category Libro Online Password ********  
  18. Common Sense Security Strategies in the Digital World You’ve been Hacked! Pwned! Account Compromised. Bank account emptied. Credit cards were stolen and sold on the dark web. Facebook account hacked, now inappropriate messages or videos sent to your friends and family members. New accounts and credit cards opened in your name. Or worse, you’re on a vacation and suddenly your credit card is declined or you’re in the airport and your flight is canceled. Maybe you’re traveling through an airport and someone skims your credit card and starts making transactions while you’re in the air. What would you do? How long would it take you to respond? How many times have you received a phone call that says you have to pay some portion of a bitcoin (BTC), or a webcam video of you doing something inappropriate is going to be sent to all your contacts. These are just a few of the scenarios that can and do happen in our increasingly connected world. With the Samsung Pay and Apple Pay, mobile payments that can be performed with your cell phone, Apple Watch, or Android Wear watch and the increasing number of Mobile devices and Internet of Things (IoT) devices security is paramount for everyone no matter what your career field or socioeconomic status. The purpose of this article is to give you some common sense tips to protect yourself and also give you the ability to help your friends and family stay safe online as well. Part 1: Facebook: [Hidden Content] Part 2: Email [Hidden Content] Part 3: Passwords and Password vaults [Hidden Content] Part 4: Location, Google Maps, Waze, [Hidden Content] Part 5: App downloads [Hidden Content] Part 6: Two Factor Authentication (2FA) and Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) [Hidden Content]
  19. Course Length: 18 hours, 49 minutes RELEASE DATE: 2017 UPLOADED BY: Mostafa BoZina Download: [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  20. TOR for Browser v3.1.6 (demo) is a tool to surf the internet completly anonymous by using 2 incapsulations. How to use: 1) Select a number from Circuit 1 2) Select a number from Circuit 2 3) Select Access type 4) Type the site to visit 5) Hit Go! There is in each Circuit 20 proxy servers. This proxy servers must be combined using Circuit 1 and Circuit 2. Using this will increase the anonymity of the connection. Also there is two options in Access: Restricted - Blocks Cookies, JavaScript and Objects Unrestricted - Allow Cookies, JavaScript and Objects Download: [hide][Hidden Content]] Virus Scan [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  22. itsMe

    Security Onion

    Security Onion is a free and open source Linux distribution for intrusion detection, enterprise security monitoring, and log management. It includes Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana, Snort, Suricata, Bro, OSSEC, Sguil, Squert, NetworkMiner, and many other security tools. The easy-to-use Setup wizard allows you to build an army of distributed sensors for your enterprise in minutes! Security-onion project This repo contains the ISO image, Wiki, and Roadmap for Security Onion. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  23. BackBox Linux: Security Assessment and Penetration Testing Distro [HIDE][Hidden Content]] BackBox is fast and easy to use penetration testing and security assessments distribution based on Ubuntu core. With its own software repositories, you’ll have access to all necessary tools (regularly updated), that you need for your pentesting and security analysis tasks, organized in three main categories: auditing, services and anonymous. Features: Lightweight Linux distribution based on Ubuntu (should work well even on the old hardware). Standard Xfce desktop environment. Launchpad repository core, constantly updated to the latest stable version of the most known and used ethical hacking tools. Includes some of the most commonly known/used hacking and security analysis tools (web application analysis, network analysis, stress tests, sniffing, vulnerability assessment, forensic analysis, exploitation tools, etc.). Built-in anonymous mode. Well organized and designed menu, intuitive, friendly and easy to use (also suitable for beginners). You can change/modify it to suit your needs, and install additional tools, thet aren’t present in the repositories. and so much more. System requirements: 32-bit or 64-bit processor 1024 MB of system memory (RAM) 10 GB of disk space for installation Graphics card capable of 800×600 resolution DVD-ROM drive or USB port (3 GB) Some of the BackBox Linux Tools Information Gathering arping arp-scan ike-scan p0f Vulnerability Assessment nikto skipfish Miscellaneous scapy Exploitation BeEF sqlmap msfconsole WPscan Privilege Excalation Xhydra John The Ripper medusa dsniff Ettercap Wireshark arp-spoof dns-spoof
  24. itsMe

    Parrot Security 4.5

    Parrot Security 4.5 - Security GNU/Linux Distribution Designed with Cloud Pentesting and IoT Security in Mind Parrot 4.5 is officially released, and there are some major changes under the hood, powered by the long-term supported Linux 4.19 kernel series, preparing the project for the upcoming Parrot 5.0 LTS release. For future releases, Parrot Security plans to a support two kernels, stable kernel and a testing kernel. Parrot 4.5 also comes with the latest Metasploit 5.0 penetration testing framework, which introduces major features like new evasion modules, a new search engine, a json-rpc daemon, integrated web services, and support for writting shellcode in C. This release improves the metapackages for developers, making it a lot easier to set up an advanced development environment for multiple frameworks and programming languages. These include parrot-devel, parrot-devel-tools, and parrot-devel-extra. Parrot 4.5 drops support for 32-bit computers On the other side, Parrot 4.5 is the first release of the ethical hacking operating system to no longer ship with installation or live images for older, 32-bit only computers. With this, Parrot joins the growing trend of GNU/Linux distributions dropping 32-bit images. However, the developers noted the fact that they will continue to support the 32-bit architecture with updates through the official software repositories for existing users. Security Parrot Security is our complete all-in-one environment for pentesting, privacy, digital forensics, reverse engineering and software development. Home/Workstation Parrot Home is a very lightweight system for daily use and privacy protection. It is designed for casual users who love the parrot look and feel. Other Builds The Parrot Project releases other images of the Parrot System specifically designed for special use cases or uncommon devices. Here you can find the ARM images and other custom editions. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  25. Ha3Mrx Pentesting and Security Hacking A penetration test, or pen-test, is an attempt to evaluate the security of an IT infrastructure by safely trying to exploit vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities may exist in operating systems, services and application flaws, improper configurations or risky end-user behavior. Such assessments are also useful in validating the efficacy of defensive mechanisms, as well as, end-user adherence to security policies [HIDE][Hidden Content]]