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  1. DNS Reaper is yet another subdomain takeover tool, but with an emphasis on accuracy, speed, and the number of signatures in our arsenal! We can scan around 50 subdomains per second, testing each one with over 50 takeover signatures. This means most organisations can scan their entire DNS estate in less than 10 seconds. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. The Ransomware Hunting Team [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. DNS Reaper is yet another subdomain takeover tool, but with an emphasis on accuracy, speed, and the number of signatures in our arsenal! We can scan around 50 subdomains per second, testing each one with over 50 takeover signatures. This means most organisations can scan their entire DNS estate in less than 10 seconds. You can use DNS Reaper as an attacker or bug hunter! You can run it by providing a list of domains in a file, or a single domain on the command line. DNS Reaper will then scan the domains with all of its signatures, producing a CSV file. You can use DNS Reaper as a defender! You can run it by letting it fetch your DNS records for you! Yes, thatโ€™s right, you can run it with credentials and test all your domain configs quickly and easily. DNS Reaper will connect to the DNS provider and fetch all your records, and then test them. We currently support AWS Route53, Cloudflare, and Azure. Documentation on adding your own provider can be found here You can use DNS Reaper as a DevSecOps Pro! Punk Security is a DevSecOps company, and DNS Reaper has its roots in modern security best practices. You can run DNS Reaper in a pipeline, feeding it a list of domains that you intend to provision, and it will exit Non-Zero if it detects a takeover is possible. You can prevent takeovers before they are even possible! Changelog v1.6.1 enhancement: Handle AWS provider API errors gracefully by @imnotbrandon in #119 fix: explicitly close pool #118 by @SimonGurney in #121 [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. Sandman is a backdoor that is meant to work on hardened networks during red team engagements. Sandman works as a stager and leverages NTP (a protocol to sync time & date) to get and run an arbitrary shellcode from a pre defined server. Since NTP is a protocol that is overlooked by many defenders resulting in wide network accessibility. Capabilities Getting and executing an arbitrary payload from an attackerโ€™s controlled server. Can work on hardened networks since NTP is usually allowed in FW. Impersonating a legitimate NTP server via IP spoofing. Setup SandmanServer (Setup) Python 3.9 Requirements are specified in the requirements file. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Pentesters HackTools is a web extension facilitating your web application penetration tests, it includes cheat sheets as well as all the tools used during a test such as XSS payloads, Reverses shells, and much more. Current functions: Dynamic Reverse Shell generator (PHP, Bash, Ruby, Python, Perl, Netcat) Shell Spawning (TTY Shell Spawning) XSS Payloads Basic SQLi payloads Local file inclusion payloads (LFI) Base64 Encoder / Decoder Hash Generator (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512) Useful Linux commands (Port Forwarding, SUID) Changelog v0.4 The new update is out! ๐Ÿฅณ Theme switcher, you can now switch between dark and white theme Powershell scripts has been added Obfuscated Files or Information is now available New SQLi payloads [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. Active Directory Pentesting With Kali Linux โ€“ Red Team Attacking and Hacking Active Directory With Kali Linux Full Course โ€“ Red Team Hacking Pentesting What youโ€™ll learn How to Use Metasploit to Exploit Active Directory How to Use Empire to Exploit Active Directory How to Use Evil-WinRM to Exploit Active Directory How to Use CrackMapExec to Exploit Active Directory How to Exploit Active Directory From Windows How to Do Active Directory Enumeration How to do Lateral Movement Active Directory Post Exploitation Active Directory Domain Privilege Escalation Active Directory Persistence Attacks How to use Kali Linux to hack Active Directory How to use nmap to Enumerate Servers How to exploit EternalBlue Requirements How Active Directory Work Windows Server Experience Description Most enterprise networks today are managed using Windows Active Directory and it is imperative for a security professional to understand the threats to the Windows infrastructure. Active Directory Pretesting is designed to provide security professionals to understand, analyze and practice threats and attacks in a modern Active Directory environment. The course is beginner friendly and comes with a walkthrough videos course and all documents with all the commands executed in the videos. The course is based on our years of experience of breaking Windows and AD environments and research. When it comes to AD security, there is a large gap of knowledge which security professionals and administrators struggle to fill. Over the years, I have taken numerous world trainings on AD security and always found that there is a lack of quality material and specially, a lack of good walkthrough and explanation. The course simulate real world attack and defense scenarios and we start with a non-admin user account in the domain and we work our way up to enterprise admin. The focus is on exploiting the variety of overlooked domain features and not just software vulnerabilities. We cover topics like AD enumeration, tools to use, domain privilege escalation, domain persistence, Kerberos based attacks (Golden ticket, Silver ticket and more), ACL issues, SQL server trusts, and bypasses of defenses. Attacking and Hacking Active Directory With Kali Linux Full Course โ€“ Read Team Hacking Pentesting Who this course is for: Students who would love to become an Active Directory Pentesting Expert Students who would love to learn how to Attack Active Directory Students who would love a Job as a Red Team [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. Description What is ethical hacking? Ethical hacking involves an authorized attempt to gain unauthorized access to a computer system, application, or data. Carrying out an ethical hack involves duplicating strategies and actions of malicious attackers. This practice helps to identify security vulnerabilities which can then be resolved before a malicious attacker has the opportunity to exploit them. Also known as โ€œwhite hats,โ€ ethical hackers are security experts that perform these assessments. The proactive work they do helps to improve an organizationโ€™s security posture. With prior approval from the organization or owner of the IT asset, the mission of ethical hacking is opposite from malicious hacking. What Is A Red Team? A red team consists of security professionals who act as adversaries to overcome cyber security controls. Red teams often consist of independent ethical hackers who evaluate system security in an objective manner. They utilize all the available techniques to find weaknesses in people, processes, and technology to gain unauthorized access to assets. As a result of these simulated attacks, red teams make recommendations and plans on how to strengthen an organizationโ€™s security posture. How Does A Red Team Work? You might be surprised to learn that red teams spend more time planning an attack then they do performing attacks. In fact, red teams deploy a number of methods to gain access to a network. Social engineering attacks, for example, rely on reconnaissance and research to deliver targeted spear phishing campaigns. Likewise, prior to performing a penetration test, packet sniffers and protocol analyzers are used to scan the network and gather as much information about the system as possible. What Is A Blue Team? A blue team consists of security professionals who have an inside out view of the organization. Their task is to protect the organizationโ€™s critical assets against any kind of threat. They are well aware of the business objectives and the organizationโ€™s security strategy. Therefore, their task is to strengthen the castle walls so no intruder can compromise the defenses. How Does A Blue Team Work? The blue team first gathers data, documents exactly what needs to be protected and carries out a risk assessment. They then tighten up access to the system in many ways, including introducing stronger password policies and educating staff to ensure they understand and conform to security procedures. Monitoring tools are often put in place, allowing information regarding access to the systems to be logged and checked for unusual activity. Blue teams will perform regular checks on the system, for example, DNS audits, internal or external network vulnerability scans and capturing sample network traffic for analysis. In this Course we will Learn all the below in one course only: What is Cyber Security ? Basic Linux Commands Kali Linux Command Line (CLI) Netcat (nc) Essentials Wireshark Bash Scripting (Shell Scripting) Passive Information Gathering Techniques Active Information Gathering Techniques Scanning with Nmap Web Application Attacks The Metasploit Framework Essentials Buffer Overflow Active Directory Attacks Hands-On Practice Labs Who this course is for: Cyber Security Engineers DevSecOps Engineers Ethical Hackers Penetration Testers System Administrators Requirements Eager to Learn and Patience !!! [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. OffensiveRust My experiments in weaponizing Rust for implant development and general offensive operations. Why Rust? It is faster than languages like C/C++ It is a multi-purpose language, bearing excellent communities It has an amazing inbuilt dependency build management called Cargo It is LLVM based which makes it a very good candidate for bypassing static AV detection Super easy cross-compilation to Windows from *nix/MacOS only requires you to install the mingw toolchain, although certain libraries cannot be compiled successfully in other OSes. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. HackTools is a web extension facilitating your web application penetration tests, it includes cheat sheets as well as all the tools used during a test such as XSS payloads, Reverses shells, and much more. Current functions: Dynamic Reverse Shell generator (PHP, Bash, Ruby, Python, Perl, Netcat) Shell Spawning (TTY Shell Spawning) XSS Payloads Basic SQLi payloads Local file inclusion payloads (LFI) Base64 Encoder / Decoder Hash Generator (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512) Useful Linux commands (Port Forwarding, SUID) Changelog v0.3.8 The new update is out! New RFI Payload #102 New ZSH reverse shell #101 [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. Description ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ Most enterprise networks today are managed using Windows Active Directory and it is imperative for a security professional to understand the threats to the Windows infrastructure. Active Directory Pretesting is designed to provide security professionals to understand, analyze and practice threats and attacks in a modern Active Directory environment. The course is beginner friendly and comes with a walkthrough videos course and all documents with all the commands executed in the videos. The course is based on our years of experience of breaking Windows and AD environments and research. When it comes to AD security, there is a large gap of knowledge which security professionals and administrators struggle to fill. Over the years, I have taken numerous world trainings on AD security and always found that there is a lack of quality material and specially, a lack of good walkthrough and explanation. The course simulate real world attack and defense scenarios and we start with a non-admin user account in the domain and we work our way up to enterprise admin. The focus is on exploiting the variety of overlooked domain features and not just software vulnerabilities. We cover topics like AD enumeration, tools to use, domain privilege escalation, domain persistence, Kerberos based attacks (Golden ticket, Silver ticket and more), ACL issues, SQL server trusts, and bypasses of defenses. Attacking and Hacking Active Directory With Kali Linux Full Course - Read Team Hacking Pentesting What youโ€™ll learn ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ How to Use Metasploit to Exploit Active Directory How to Use Empire to Exploit Active Directory How to Use Evil-WinRM to Exploit Active Directory How to Use CrackMapExec to Exploit Active Directory How to Exploit Active Directory From Windows How to Do Active Directory Enumeration How to do Lateral Movement Active Directory Post Exploitation Active Directory Domain Privilege Escalation Active Directory Persistence Attacks How to use Kali Linux to hack Active Directory How to use nmap to Enumerate Servers How to exploit EternalBlue Are there any course requirements or prerequisites? ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ How Active Directory Work Windows Server Experience Who this course is for: ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ู€ Students who would love to become an Active Directory Pentesting Expert Students who would love to learn how to Attack Active Directory Students who would love a Job as a Red Team Windows - Privilege Escalation and Local Enumeartion Cheat Sheet [hide] [Hidden Content]]
  11. The all-in-one Red Team browser extension for Web Pentesters HackTools, is a web extension facilitating your web application penetration tests, it includes cheat sheets as well as all the tools used during a test such as XSS payloads, Reverse shells and much more. With the extension you no longer need to search for payloads in different websites or in your local storage space, most of the tools are accessible in one click. HackTools is accessible either in pop up mode or in a whole tab in the Devtools part of the browser with F12. Current functions: Dynamic Reverse Shell generator (PHP, Bash, Ruby, Python, Perl, Netcat) Shell Spawning (TTY Shell Spawning) XSS Payloads Basic SQLi payloads Local file inclusion payloads (LFI) Base64 Encoder / Decoder Hash Generator (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512) Useful Linux commands (Port Forwarding, SUID) Changelog v0.3.3 Adding persistence on the app (When you close the app it will now open at the same place) URL Decoder [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. What you'll learn Learn the basics of Red Team Windows tactics Learn basic Red Team Ethical Hacking topics Advanced Windows commands Hands-on Red Team tactics, techniques, and procedure (TTP) demos Requirements Computer or Laptop capable of running virtual machines with access to internet Familiarity with Metasploit Familiarity with Windows Domains Description Acquire the knowledge to become a Red Team operator on Windows Domains Learn how to do basic Post-Exploitation tactics on Windows Domains such as enumeration, lateral movement, local/remote effects, persistence, evasion, and much more! This course will teach you Red Team tactics in a very practical and hands-on approach! With over 30 lectures and 3 hours of video this course will get you the jump start you need to learn Red Team basics. Every lecture on a TTP (tactic, technique, and procedure) will demo commands you can follow on your own Windows lab environment. ** Grow your skills in Red Teaming to enhance your professional skills! The course will cover a wide range of topics, including: Red Team Basics C2 Systems Basic Administration Commands Enumeration Local and Remote Effects Lateral Movement Persistence Evasion Regardless if you want to be a professional Red Teamer yourself, interested in some of the basics of how Post-Exploitation works once a user gets the right credentials or access token, and/or just curious and want to expand your knowledge of hacking and computers in general, this is the course for you. So what are you waiting for? Learn Red Teaming now to advance your professional career and/or knowledge! * Taught skills must only be used ethically for a professional red team or penetration testing job, or for general cyber awareness for better security practices Who this course is for: Beginners to Ethical Hacking Cybersecurity Professionals Red Team Operators Ethical Hackers Penetration Testers Security Engineers System Administrators Network Engineers Security Engineers [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. Description Are you a pen tester having some experience with Metasploit or Empire frameworks? Or maybe you take your first steps as an ethical hacker and you want to know more about how all these offensive tools work? Or you are a blue teamer or threat hunter who needs to better understand the internal workings of malware? This course will provide you the answers youโ€™re looking for. It will teach you how to develop your own custom malware for latest Microsoft Windows 10. And by custom malware we mean building a dropper for any payload you want (Metasploit meterpreter, Empire or Cobalt Strike beacons, etc.), injecting your shellcodes into remote processes, creating trojan horses (backdooring existing software) and bypassing Windows Defender AV. You will receive a virtual machine with complete environment for developing and testing your software, and a set of source code templates which will allow you to focus on understanding the essential mechanisms instead of less important technical aspects of implementation. You Will Learn What is malware development What is PE file structure Where to store your payload inside PE How to encode and encrypt payloads How and why obfuscate function calls How to backdoor programs How to inject your code into remote processes Target Audience Ethical Hackers Penetration Testers Blue Teamers Threat Hunters All security engineers/professionals wanting to learn advanced offensive tactics Requirements Understanding of operating system architecture Some experience with Windows OS Basic knowledge about C and Intel assembly Computer with min. 4 GB of RAM + 30 GB of free disk space VirtualBox 6.0+ installed Strong will to learn and having fun [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. Pentesters HackTools is a web extension facilitating your web application penetration tests, it includes cheat sheets as well as all the tools used during a test such as XSS payloads, Reverses shells, and much more. Current functions: Dynamic Reverse Shell generator (PHP, Bash, Ruby, Python, Perl, Netcat) Shell Spawning (TTY Shell Spawning) XSS Payloads Basic SQLi payloads Local file inclusion payloads (LFI) Base64 Encoder / Decoder Hash Generator (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512) Useful Linux commands (Port Forwarding, SUID) Changelog v0.3 Adding SM3 hash support! ๐Ÿ‘ Adding new RSS Feeds from CXSECURITY โœ… New button for the fullscreen mode ๐Ÿ‘€ [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. The all-in-one Red Team browser extension for Web Pentesters HackTools is a web extension facilitating your web application penetration tests, it includes cheat sheets as well as all the tools used during a test such as XSS payloads, Reverses shells, and much more. Current functions: Dynamic Reverse Shell generator (PHP, Bash, Ruby, Python, Perl, Netcat) Shell Spawning (TTY Shell Spawning) XSS Payloads Basic SQLi payloads Local file inclusion payloads (LFI) Base64 Encoder / Decoder Hash Generator (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512) Useful Linux commands (Port Forwarding, SUID) Changelog v0.2.1 Adding SM3 hash support! ๐Ÿ‘ Adding new RSS Feeds from CXSECURITY โœ… New button for the fullscreen mode ๐Ÿ‘€ [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. The all-in-one Red Team browser extension for Web Pentesters HackTools is a web extension facilitating your web application penetration tests, it includes cheat sheets as well as all the tools used during a test such as XSS payloads, Reverses shells, and much more. Current functions: Dynamic Reverse Shell generator (PHP, Bash, Ruby, Python, Perl, Netcat) Shell Spawning (TTY Shell Spawning) XSS Payloads Basic SQLi payloads Local file inclusion payloads (LFI) Base64 Encoder / Decoder Hash Generator (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512) Useful Linux commands (Port Forwarding, SUID) Changelog v0.2 Handling CVE Search Exception ( AJAX error ) that cause extension crash Adding File Transfers snippets ( Exfiltration over BASH with TCP and HTTP / Python 2 / 3 http server +WGET and SCP ). [hide][Hidden Content]]
  17. The all-in-one Red Team browser extension for Web Pentesters HackTools, is a web extension facilitating your web application penetration tests, it includes cheat sheets as well as all the tools used during a test such as XSS payloads, Reverse shells and much more. With the extension you no longer need to search for payloads in different websites or in your local storage space, most of the tools are accessible in one click. HackTools is accessible either in pop up mode or in a whole tab in the Devtools part of the browser with F12. Current functions: Dynamic Reverse Shell generator (PHP, Bash, Ruby, Python, Perl, Netcat) Shell Spawning (TTY Shell Spawning) XSS Payloads Basic SQLi payloads Local file inclusion payloads (LFI) Base64 Encoder / Decoder Hash Generator (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512) Useful Linux commands (Port Forwarding, SUID) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  18. HackTools is a web extension facilitating your web application penetration tests, it includes cheat sheets as well as all the tools used during a test such as XSS payloads, Reverses shells, and much more. Current functions: Dynamic Reverse Shell generator (PHP, Bash, Ruby, Python, Perl, Netcat) Shell Spawning (TTY Shell Spawning) XSS Payloads Basic SQLi payloads Local file inclusion payloads (LFI) Base64 Encoder / Decoder Hash Generator (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512) Useful Linux commands (Port Forwarding, SUID) HackTools 0.1.2 for Chromium New features : Obfuscated PHP webshell payloads UI Menu is set to icon similar to the firefox version Installation Steps : Extract hacktools_build_chromium.zip (you will obtain a folder named 'dist') In your chromium based web-browser upload the folder as an unpacked Extension. Enjoy ! [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  20. 2 Plan Team version 1.0.4 suffers from a cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
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    Atomic Red Team

    Atomic Red Team allows every security team to test their controls by executing simple "atomic tests" that exercise the same techniques used by adversaries (all mapped to [Hidden Content]). Philosophy Atomic Red Team is a library of simple tests that every security team can execute to test their controls. Tests are focused, have few dependencies, and are defined in a structured format that be used by automation frameworks. Three key beliefs made up the Atomic Red Team charter: Teams need to be able to test everything from specific technical controls to outcomes. Our security teams do not want to operate with a โ€œhopes and prayersโ€ attitude toward detection. We need to know what our controls and program can detect, and what it cannot. We donโ€™t have to detect every adversary, but we do believe in knowing our blind spots. We should be able to run a test in less than five minutes. Most security tests and automation tools take a tremendous amount of time to install, configure, and execute. We coined the term "atomic tests" because we felt there was a simple way to decompose tests so most could be run in a few minutes. The best test is the one you actually run. We need to keep learning how adversaries are operating. Most security teams donโ€™t have the benefit of seeing a wide variety of adversary types and techniques crossing their desk every day. Even we at Red Canary only come across a fraction of the possible techniques being used, which makes the community working together essential to making us all better. See: [Hidden Content] Getting Started [Hidden Content] Ref : [hide][Hidden Content]]
  22. 2-Plan Team version 1.0.4 suffers from a remote shell upload vulnerability. View the full article

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