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  1. CrackerJack is a Web GUI for Hashcat developed in Python. Architecture This project aims to keep the GUI and Hashcat independent. In a nutshell, here’s how it works: User uploads hashes select wordlist/rules/mask etc, and clicks “start”. Web server spawns a new screen. Generates the hashcat command based on the settings. Runs the command on the screen. Monitors the screen’s output, parses it and displays it in the GUI. This allows CrackerJack to be future-proof as it ties to the input/output of Hashcat. Also, if the GUI is not working for whatever reason, hashcat will keep running. Features Minimal dependencies Uses sqlite3, screen, and hashcat. Complete hashcat session management. Start/stop/pause/restore running sessions. Terminate cracking jobs after a specific date/time. Web interface for mask generation (?a?l?u). Web Push notifications when a password is cracked. Swagger 2.0 API. Create wordlists from already cracked passwords and feedback into the cracking session. Session history to track which attacks you have already performed. Multi-user support (local and/or LDAP). Wordlist/Mask/Rule support. Multiple theme support (Bootswatch). Straight-forward setup. The entire configuration is via the GUI. No need for manually editing config files. Run locally on Linux and Windows (WSL). Install on a server using ansible scripts (Ubuntu 14/16/18 and CentOS 7/8). Easy backups – all user data are in the ./data directory. Troubleshoot sessions via SSH. Limitations Not a solution for queueing jobs – it’s only for on-demand password cracking. Not meant to be a replacement for command-line usage. It’s complimentary and only supports basic and most common cracking tasks. Will not install any GPU drivers. The main assumption is that you have a cracking rig already set up and are looking for a Web GUI. Wordlists and rules should already be present in the system. Changelog v1.1.2 [New] Added “Test Connection” feature to LDAP settings. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. 1.2: Fix --hwmon-disable, which did not work when "GPU Temp Abort" was set to "Off". Updated hash types to the last. Fixed output file format. This GUI works with HashCat from version 5.1.0! [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. cutter Cutter is a Qt and C++ GUI for radare2. Its goal is making an advanced, customizable and FOSS reverse-engineering platform while keeping the user experience at mind. Cutter is created by reverse engineers for reverse engineers. Disclaimer Cutter is not aimed at existing radare2 users. It instead focuses on those whose are not yet radare2 users because of the learning curve, because they don’t like CLI applications or because of the difficulty/instability of radare2. Changelog v2.0.3 Additions and Changes Debug: Heap viewer widget for glibc Rizin, rz-ghidra and jsdec updated to 0.3.0 with changes for compatibility. Various improvements for native macOS UI (#2776) Many internal changes switching from error-prone rizin commands to C API CI and Linux builds: use Ubuntu 18.04 as oldest supported build system (#2736) Bugfixes Fix Decompiler Copy Shortcut (Fix #2773, #2778) Fix Restoring “Show Disassembly as” in Preferences (Fix #2726, #2748) Complete Color Theme Lists (Fix #2672) (#2752) macOS: Fix Versions in Info.plist (Fix #2679) (#2740) Debug: Fix continue until main not being enabled in certain cases (#2727) Debug: Fix attaching to a process with no file opened (#2727) Fix a crash when printing disassembly arrows (#2688) Removals Type Link features removed due to unreliability, in light of global variables coming soon (#2775) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. GDBFrontend is an easy, flexible and extension able gui debugger. Changelog v0.6.1 beta New Cyberpunk theme. Added --gdb-args option. #28 Automatically opening the debugger on browser at startup. #25 Added “Open in Native Window” feature for EvaluateExpression. Added theme switching menu on the top bar in addition to GDB shell commands (gf-theme [theme]). [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Hands-On Python GUI Programming using tkinter to build desktop applications What you'll learn Create amazing GUIs with Python's built-in Tkinter module Customize the GUIs by using layout managers to arrange the GUI widgets Build a contacts database GUI App Build a Currency Converter GUI App Build a Loan Calculator GUI App Build a Music Player GUI App Build a digital clock GUI App Build a video to mp3 converter GUI App Course content 7 sections • 73 lectures • 6h 39m total length Requirements Computer with internet access required. Basic knowledge of Python is advised. Description Python is a multi-domain, interpreted programming language. It is a widely used general-purpose, high-level programming language. It is often used as a scripting language because of its forgiving syntax and compatibility with a wide variety of different eco-systems. Its flexible syntax enables developers to write short scripts while at the same time, they can use object-oriented concepts to develop very large projects. Tkinter is the de facto way in Python to create Graphical User interfaces (GUIs) and is included in all standard Python Distributions. In fact, it’s the only framework built into the Python standard library. This Python framework provides an interface to the Tk toolkit and works as a thin object-oriented layer on top of Tk. The Tk toolkit is a cross-platform collection of ‘graphical control elements’, aka widgets, for building application interfaces. Tkinter module provides Python users with a simple way to create GUI elements using the widgets found in the Tk toolkit. Tk widgets can be used to construct buttons, menus, data fields, etc. in a Python application. Once created, these graphical elements can be associated with or interact with features, functionality, methods, data or even other widgets. Tkinter provides various controls, such as buttons, labels and text boxes used in a GUI application. These controls are commonly called widgets. Who this course is for: Beginners to GUI App Development with Python [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. itsMe

    MetroGUI UDF 5.1 GUI for AUTOIT

    About This File Features: Create modern looking borderless and resizable GUIs with control buttons (Close,Maximize/Restore,Minimize, Fullscreen, Menu) True borderless, resizeable GUI with full support for aerosnap etc. Many color schemes/themes included. See MetroThemes.au3 for more details. 2 type of Windows 8/10 style buttons. Modern checkboxes, radios, toggles and progressbar. All buttons, checkboxes etc. have hover effects! Windows 10 style modern MsgBox. Windows 10/Android style menu that slides in from left [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. CrackerJack is a Web GUI for Hashcat developed in Python. Architecture This project aims to keep the GUI and Hashcat independent. In a nutshell, here’s how it works: User uploads hashes select wordlist/rules/mask etc, and clicks “start”. Web server spawns a new screen. Generates the hashcat command based on the settings. Runs the command on the screen. Monitors the screen’s output, parses it and displays it in the GUI. This allows CrackerJack to be future-proof as it ties to the input/output of Hashcat. Also, if the GUI is not working for whatever reason, hashcat will keep running. Features Minimal dependencies Uses sqlite3, screen, and hashcat. Complete hashcat session management. Start/stop/pause/restore running sessions. Terminate cracking jobs after a specific date/time. Web interface for mask generation (?a?l?u). Web Push notifications when a password is cracked. Swagger 2.0 API. Create wordlists from already cracked passwords and feedback into the cracking session. Session history to track which attacks you have already performed. Multi-user support (local and/or LDAP). Wordlist/Mask/Rule support. Multiple theme support (Bootswatch). Straight-forward setup. The entire configuration is via the GUI. No need for manually editing config files. Run locally on Linux and Windows (WSL). Install on a server using ansible scripts (Ubuntu 14/16/18 and CentOS 7/8). Easy backups – all user data are in the ./data directory. Troubleshoot sessions via SSH. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. GDBFrontend GDBFrontend is an easy, flexible and extension able gui debugger. Changelog v0.5.1 beta Added 32-bit and ARM Gotty executables. Added dark theme. Clear prev symbols while connecting gdbserver. Made it possible to stop execution while remote target running. Check if GDB is installed before run. Fix inner LinkedListVisualizer close event bubbles. Redirect /terminal to /terminal/. Send SIGKILL to process group. Various enhancements. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. GDBFrontend is an easy, flexible and extension able gui debugger. Changelog v0.5 beta Added dark theme. gdbfrontend-dark Clear prev symbols while connecting gdbserver. Made it possible to stop execution while remote target running. Check if GDB is installed before run. Fix inner LinkedListVisualizer close event bubbles. Redirect /terminal to /terminal/. Send SIGKILL to process group. Various enhancements. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. GDBFrontend is an easy, flexible and extension able gui debugger. Changelog v0.3.3 beta Bugfixes Added PIP package. Updated jQuery. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. GDBFrontend is an easy, flexible and extension able gui debugger. Changelog v0.1.3 beta Plugin and theme loading bug fixes. Theme plugins (like “theme_light”) dont get loaded automatically. So you can switch between themes with commands in GDB shell: gf-theme light, gf-theme default. GDBFrontendLive compatibility for new features. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. GuiUtils: Simply create GUIs from KODA, Input Dialogs from JSON, and handle them like InputBox with one function AutoIt3 GUI Utility Functions This UDF helps to speed up GUI applications developpement. It provides functions for: Creating GUI directly from KODA .kxf file Creating Advanced InputBoxes from a simple JSON definition Take a GUI created by either KODA or JSON and use it as a modal Input Dialog Update 04/02/2020: New simple application example Fixed focused control handling in _GUIUtils_InputDialog Reset input values before returning from _GUIUtils_InputDialog Fixed CloseOnEsc in _GUIUtils_InputDialog Fixed Input not reset Fixed all ListBox items are selected [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. HashCat GUI for Hashcat 6.0 (fix) This is a modified version of the HashcatGUI_1.1beta0 under the new hashcat v6.0.0 Due to the peculiarity of the result output of the new version hashcat v6.0.0 older versions hashcat work in this gui will not work in this gui will not Also added were new types of hashes that appeared in hashcat v6.0.0 [Hidden Content]
  14. A GUI for MSF Venom that serves the generated payload for you, in addition to launching a listener using the provided port. DESKTOP BUTTON OPTION For a full GUI experience you can add a desktop shortcut to your VM. You will need to add the following file --> taipan.desktop --> ~/.local/share/applications Make sure to edit the file with the path location where you downloaded the TaiPan_v1.0.py app. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. GDBFrontend GDBFrontend is an easy, flexible and extension able gui debugger. Changelog v0.1.1 beta Added debugging without debugging symbols support. Added breakpoint support to disassembly. Added disassembly tab/view in addition to the disassembly section on the right side. Colorized instruction mnemonics and addresses. Improved exception messages. Notes GDBFrontend is iterating instructions to ret/retq with a max limit: hardcoded 1000. (This will be a setting in future versions.) If your application is using a symbol table, it will disassembly code from the address of the function of the selected frame. “Disassemble everything” for PIEs is a TODO. It will disassembly executable/dynamic-linked objects and use PIE mappings. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. GDBFrontend is an easy, flexible and extensionable gui debugger. Changelog v0.1 beta Added –plugins-dir option. Added –workdir option. Added random ports option. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  17. DWARF Aka my wip gui for android reverse engineers and crackers. Built on top of pyqt5 (compatible with all os’s), Frida and some terrible code. Features Quick spawn, inject and sleep at application onCreate Hook natives, java and loading modules cycle before initializations Hooks conditions and js script logic Manipulate memory and arguments Memory and disasm view (Powered by capstone) Switch between hooks on different threads Inputs are evaluated. Frida js api and dwarf shortcuts are usable in almost any input field Variables creation Save and load back hooks and variables [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  18. DWARF Aka my wip gui for android reverse engineers and crackers. Built on top of pyqt5 (compatible with all os’s), Frida and some terrible code. Features Quick spawn, inject and sleep at application onCreate Hook natives, java and loading modules cycle before initializations Hooks conditions and js script logic Manipulate memory and arguments Memory and disasm view (Powered by capstone) Switch between hooks on different threads Inputs are evaluated. Frida js api and dwarf shortcuts are usable in almost any input field Variables creation Save and load back hooks and variables [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  19. GDBFrontend GDBFrontend is an easy, flexible and extension able gui debugger. Version v0.0.19-alpha Changelog Added open additional source files feature. Added source editing feature. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  20. 0x1

    dock

    A simple Graphic UI to run Docker Requirements Zenity (sudo apt-get install zenity ) Docker leafpad (for option logs) git or wget Install with Git [Hidden Content][Hidden Content]
  21. 0x1

    Kamerka GUI

    Ultimate Internet of Things/Industrial Control Systems reconnaissance tool. Requirements beautiful soup python3 django pynmea2 celery redis Shodan BinaryEdge WHOISXMLAPI Flickr Google Maps API pip3 install -r requirements.txt Make sure your API keys are correct and put them in keys.json in main directory. Run python3 manage.py makemigrations python3 manage.py migrate python3 manage.py runserver In a new window (in main directory) run celery worker celery worker -A kamerka --loglevel=info In a new window fire up redis redis-server And server should be available on hxxps://localhost:8000/ Search Search for Industrial Control Devices in specific country "All results" checkbox means get all results from Shodan, if it's turned off - only first page (100) results will be downloaded. "Own database" checkbox does not work but shows that is possible to integrate your own geolocation database. Let me know if you have access to better than Shodan's default one. Search for Internet of things in specific coordinates Type your coordinates in format "lat,lon", hardcoded radius is 20km. Dashboard Maps Los Angeles map Industrial Control Systems in Canada Device map & details Full list of supported devices with corresponding queries Known bugs: It's version 1.0 so please raise an issue if you think you found any bug or have an idea to make it better. Sometimes search page keeps the last values, so please use ctrl+shift+R to refresh the main search page Debug info is left on purpose for raising an issues still some problems with getting cves from shodan search results Flickr infowindow size Contribution I really care about feedback from you. If you have any idea how to make tool better, I'm more than happy to hear it. It's also possible to upload and host the tool online, if you want to help, dm me. TODO Live monitoring Offensive capabilities More devices More sources (Instagram?, Youtube?) Integration with Nmap and plcscan Extensive error checking/debugging Cleanup code, delete legacy/unused dependencies js, css files Keeping keys in db Your ideas More info && Download && Demo [Hidden Content]
  22. JD-Core and JD-GUI are written in Java. JD-Core works with most current compilers including the following: JDK 1.1.8, JDK 1.3.1, JDK 1.4.2, JDK 1.5.0, JDK 1.6.0, JDK 1.7.0, JDK 1.8.0, JDK 9.0.1, JDK 10.0.2 jrockit90_150_06 jikes-1.22 harmony-jdk-r533500 Eclipse Java Compiler v_677_R32x, 3.2.1 release JD-GUI supports Drag and Drop. JD-GUI supports CLASS, JAR, WAR, EAR, AAR, KAR, JMOD & ZIP files. JD-GUI displays color coded Java source code. JD-GUI allows you to browse the CLASS files and Java modules hierarchy. JD-GUI lets you drag and drop LOG files, decompile CLASS files, and display the line of code that appears in Java stack traces. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  23. JD-GUI – A standalone Java Decompiler GUI JD-GUI is a standalone graphical utility that displays Java source codes of “.class” files. You can browse the reconstructed source code with the JD-GUI for instant access to methods and fields. Changelog v1.6.5 This release includes the following changes: Merged pull requests: #194: Add -Djd.gui.cfg –> java -Djd-gui.cfg=path/to/jd-gui.cfg -jar jd-gui.jar #265: Add StartupWMClass to jd-gui.desktop for Linux #267: Add kar file support (KAraf aRchive) #274: Add OpenJDK11 compatibility –> “In order to make JD-GUI available via MacPorts, I’ve added OpenJDK11 support.” Update JD-Core to 1.1.2: Addition of a part of the test protocol described in this research paper : The Strengths and Behavioral Quirks of Java Bytecode Decompilers Improved recompilation of decompiled source codes Decompiling and recompiling without any errors : commons-codec:commons-codec:1.13 org.apache.commons:commons-collections4:4.1 [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  24. JD-GUI – A standalone Java Decompiler GUI JD-GUI is a standalone graphical utility that displays Java source codes of “.class” files. You can browse the reconstructed source code with the JD-GUI for instant access to methods and fields. Feature JD-Core and JD-GUI are written in Java and Groovy. JD-Core works with most current compilers including the following: jdk1.1.8, jdk1.3.1, jdk1.4.2, jdk1.5.0, jdk1.6.0, jdk1.7.0 jrockit90_150_06 jikes-1.22 harmony-jdk-r533500 Eclipse Java Compiler v_677_R32x, 3.2.1 release JD-GUI supports Drag and Drop. JD-GUI supports CLASS, JAR, WAR, EAR & ZIP files. JD-GUI displays color coded Java source code. JD-GUI allows you to browse the CLASS files hierarchy. JD-GUI displays LOG files, and allow you to decompile CLASS files appearing in Java stack traces. Known limitations: Permissive declarations of local variables. Java 1.1 Local method classes are not decompiled correctly. Java 5 Static Imports are not displayed, but decompiled source codes are correct. Java 7 The Auto-Closeable syntactic sugar is not recognized. The Diamond Operators are not displayed, but decompiled source codes are correct. Java 8 Lambda expressions. Default methods. Changelog v1.6.4 This release includes the following changes: Update JD-Core to 1.1.1: Addition of a part of the test protocol described in this research paper: The Strengths and Behavioral Quirks of Java Bytecode Decompilers Improved recompilation of decompiled source codes Decompiling and recompiling org.apache.commons:commons-collections4:4.1 without any errors [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  25. timboleik

    Masscan 1.3.0.0 GUI