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  1. We share a lot of information on the internet. Some of which is extremely personal, and we should not share it with anybody. Because this can provide us with financial and social harm, in this world of technology, anyone can access our data if he gets a little information. He can access our data that we don’t want to share. He can also access our bank account information that can provide us with financial damage. So, we have to share our personal information on the internet with great attention following are some useful tips to secure your personal information on the internet and avoid damage because of this. Always turn on data backup Update your device software regularly Always turn off your PC after use Always Protect your Password Delete files properly Always turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi when not in use Protect Your Device With Security Lock Reset Your Device Properly Before Selling Don’t share personal information on random calls, SMS, or emails Be careful while shopping online Don’t share your personal information publically on social media Take care of the privacy settings of your device Don’t add any random person to your friend list on social media sites Avoid using Public wifi for personal browsing and online banking. Always sign out from important sites Always use two-way authentication Don’t open random links on email and WhatsApp Turn on SMS or email service for bank transactions Always use antivirus for your device Don’t let everybody use your device
  2. sshLooter – Script To Steal SSH Passwords sshLooter is a Python script using a PAM module to steal SSH passwords by logging the password and notifying the admin of the script via Telegram when a user logs in rather than via strace which is not so reliable. ssHLooter was inspired to steal SSH passwords via another script using Python to implement a PAM module to log failed attempts, the author just had to change the location where passwords were logged. Download: [Hidden Content]
  3. Steals telegram session(without any notifications) and google chrome credentials. Sending via telegram bot. Definitely works in 2020 with Chrome Version 84.0.4147.105 (Official Build)(the newest on the uploading date: 08.08.2020) and Telegram version 2.3.1.0. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. WiFi-Dumper – Dump WiFi Profiles and Cleartext Passwords WiFi-Dumper is an open-source Python-based tool to dump WiFi profiles and cleartext passwords of the connected access points on a Windows machine. This tool will help you in a Wifi penetration testing and could also be useful when performing red team assessments or internal infrastructure engagements. Download: [Hide][Hidden Content]] Password: level23hacktools.com
  5. Words Scraper Selenium based web scraper to generate passwords list. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  6. Passwords Generates a large password list Requirement Python 3 [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  7. Decrypt chromium based browsers passwords, cookies, credit cards, history, bookmarks. Version > 80 is supported. Browsers list: Google Chrome Opera Chromium Brave-Browser Epic Privacy Browser Amigo Vivaldi Orbitum Atom Kometa Comodo Dragon Torch Slimjet 360Browser Maxthon3 K-Melon Sputnik Nichrome CocCoc Browser Uran Chromodo Yandex (old) [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  8. About The project Chromepass is a python-based console application that generates a windows executable with the following features: Decrypt Chrome saved paswords Send a file with the login/password combinations remotely (email or reverse-http) Custom icon Completely undetectable by AntiVirus Engines AV Detection! Due to the way this has been coded, it is currently fully undetected. Here are some links to scans performed using a variety of websites Todo Sending Real-time precise location of the victim (completed, releases next update) Also steal Firefox passwords (Completed, releases next update) Option of installing a backdoor allowing remote control of the victim's computer (completed, releases next update) Support for more email providers (in progress) Also steal passwords from other programs, such as keychains(in progress) Add Night Mode (in progress) [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  9. WiFi Bruteforcer - Fsecurify WARNING: This project is still under development and by installing the app may desconfigure the Wi-Fi settings of your Android OS, a system restore may be necessary to fix it. Android application to brute force WiFi passwords without requiring a rooted device. [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  10. Cisco VoIP phone such as models 88XX suffer from script insertion, weak and hard-coded passwords, undocumented debug functionality, and various outdated components with known vulnerabilities. View the full article
  11. NEC Univerge Sv9100 WebPro version 6.00.00 suffers from predictable session identifiers and cleartext password vulnerabilities. View the full article