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  1. The tool generates a wordlist based on a set of words entered by the user. For example, during penetration testing, you need to gain access to some service, device, account, or Wi-Fi network that is password protected. For example, let it be the Wi-Fi network of EvilCorp. Sometimes, a password is a combination of device/network/organization name with some date, special character, etc. Therefore, it is simpler and easier to test some combinations before launching more complex and time-consuming checks. For example, cracking a Wi-Fi password with a wordlist can take several hours and can fail, even if you choose a great wordlist because there was no such password in it like Evilcorp2019. Therefore, using the generated wordlist, it is possible to organize a targeted and effective online password check. Features The hashcat rule syntax is used to generate the wordlist. By default, the generator uses a set of rules "online.rule", which performs the following mutations: Adding special characters and popular endings to the end of the word - !,[email protected], [email protected]#, 123! etc. evilcorp!, evilcorp!123 Adding digits from 1 to 31, from 01 to 12 - evilcorp01, evilcorp12. Adding the date 2018-2023 - evilcorp2018, evilcorp2019 Various combinations of 1-3 - evilcorp2018! Capitalize the first letter and lower the rest, apply 1-4. Evilcorp!2021 As a result, for the word evilcorp, the following passwords will be generated (216 in total): evilcorp Evilcorp EVILCORP evilcorp123456 evilcorp2018 Evilcorp!2021 Evilcorp!2022 [email protected]# You can use your own hashcat rules, just click "Show rules" and put in the "Rules" textarea them with the list of rules you like best. Rules that are supported (source [Hidden Content]): [Hidden Content]
  2. HexorBase is a database application designed for administering and auditing multiple database servers simultaneously from a centralized location, it is capable of performing SQL queries and bruteforce attacks against common database servers (MySQL, SQLite, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL ).HexorBase allows packet routing through proxies or even metasploit pivoting antics to communicate with remotely inaccessible servers which are hidden within local subnets. It works on Linux and Windows running the following: ###Requirements: python python-qt4 cx_Oracle python-mysqldb python-psycopg2 python-pymssql python-qscintilla2 ###Downloads to download the latest version [Hidden Content] To install simply run the following command in terminal after changing directory to the path were the downloaded package is: [email protected]:~# dpkg -i hexorbase_1.0_all.deb ###Icons and Running the application: Software Icon can be found at the application Menu of the GNOME desktop interfaces Icon can also be found at /usr/share/applications for KDE and also GNOME: There you find "HexorBase.desktop" ###To get the source code for this project from SVN, here's the checkout link: [email protected]:~# svn
  3. What are the most well-known cyber attacks ? The massive so-called SolarWinds attack, detected in December 2020, breached U.S. federal agencies, infrastructure and private corporations in what is believed to be among the worst cyberespionage attacks inflicted on the U.S. On Dec. 13, 2020, it was revealed that Austin-based IT management software company SolarWinds was hit by a supply chain attack that compromised updates for its Orion software platform. As part of this attack, threat actors inserted their own malware, now known as Sunburst or Solorigate, into the updates, which were distributed to many SolarWinds customers. The first confirmed victim of this backdoor was cybersecurity firm FireEye, which had disclosed on Dec. 8 that it had been breached by suspected nation-state hackers. It was soon revealed that SolarWinds attacks affected other organizations, including tech giants Micrososft and VMware and many U.S. government agencies. Investigations showed that the hackers -- believed to be sponsored by the Russian government -- had been infiltrating targeted systems undetected since March 2020. As of January 2021, investigators were still trying to determine the scope of the attack. • Here is a rundown of some of the most notorious breaches, dating back to 2009: - a July 2020 attack on Twitter, in which hackers were able to access the Twitter accounts of high-profile users. - another 2016 attack, this time at FriendFinder, which said more than 20 years' worth of data belonging to 412 million users was compromised. - a data breach at Yahoo in 2016 that exposed personal information contained within 500 million user accounts, which was then followed by news of another attack that compromised 1 billion user accounts. - a 2014 attack against entertainment company Sony, which compromised both personal data and corporate intellectual property (IP), including yet-to-be-released films, with U.S. officials blaming North Korea for the hack; - eBay's May 2014 announcement that hackers used employee credentials to collect personal information on its 145 million users.
  4. What are the most common types of cyber attacks? Cyber attacks most commonly involve the following: - Malware in which malicious software is used to attack information systems. Ransomware, spyware and Trojans are examples of malware. Depending on the type of malicious code, malware could be used by hackers to steal or secretly copy sensitive data, block access to files, disrupt system operations or make systems inoperable. - Phishing in which hackers socially engineer email messages to entice recipients to open them. The recipients are tricked into downloading the malware contained within the email by either opening an attached file or embedded link. - Man-in-the-middle or MitM, where attackers secretly insert themselves between two parties, such as individual computer users and their financial institution. Depending on the details of the actual attack, this type of attack may be more specifically classified as a man-in-the-browser attack, monster-in-the-middle attack or machine-in-the-middle attack. It is also sometimes called an eavesdropping attack. - DDoS in which hackers bombard an organization's servers with large volumes of simultaneous data requests, thereby making the servers unable to handle any legitimate requests. - SQL injection where hackers insert malicious code into servers using the Structured Query Language programming language to get the server to reveal sensitive data. - Zero-day exploit which happens when a newly identified vulnerability in IT infrastructure is first exploited by hackers. - Domain name system (DNS) tunneling a sophisticated attack in which attackers establish and then use persistently available access -- or a tunnel -- into their targets' systems. - Drive-by or drive-by download, occurs when an individual visits a website that, in turn, infects the unsuspecting individual's computer with malware. - Credential-based attacks happen when hackers steal the credentials that IT workers use to access and manage systems and then use that information to illegally access computers to steal sensitive data or otherwise disrupt an organization and its operations.
  5. Sqlmap is an open-source penetration testing tool that automates the process of detecting and exploiting SQL injection flaws and taking over database servers. It comes with a powerful detection engine, many niche features for the ultimate penetration tester, and a broad range of switches lasting from database fingerprinting, over data fetching from the database to accessing the underlying file system and executing commands on the operating system via out-of-band connections. [Hidden Content]
  6. Description Have you ever thought about building your own computer, but didn’t know where to start? If so, this is the course for you. This course from ITProTV takes you through the process of building a personal computer, from beginning to end. You’ll see how to determine which PC build is right for you, as well as how to define and adhere to a budget and acquire the individual components for the build. The course provides step-by-step guidance on how to assemble the components such as the motherboard, processor, and RAM that make up the system unit, as well as how to install the operating system to complete a fully-functioning computer. There are no prerequisites for this series past basic computing terminology, so if you’ve ever wondered what it takes to build your own PC, join us for this adventure. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. The Linux Command Line Bootcamp Beginner To Power User Level Up Your Skills And Take Control Of Your Machine, w/ Dozens of Commands, Projects, and Challenges! What you'll learn Master the Command Line and Dozens of Commands! Stop Relying On The Limited Graphical User Interface Write Your Own Commands From Scratch Automate Tasks and Schedule Jobs Using Cron Control Your Computer Completely From The Command Line! Master The Quirks Of File Permissions Learn Powerful Keyboard Shortcuts To Improve Your Efficiency Construct Powerful Command Pipelines Course content 21 sections • 165 lectures • 15h 44m total length Requirements No Prior Experience Required All You Need is a Windows, Linux, or Mac Computer Description Welcome to The Linux Command Line Bootcamp, a brand new course that aims to turn you into a command line power user! This course will teach you dozens and dozens of powerful commands (see the long list at the bottom), but more importantly it gives you the tools the continue to learn new commands and take full control of your machine. The skills you learn in this course will make you a stronger web developer, data scientist, machine learning engineer, game dev, or plain old computer user! You will feel POWERFUL!! Hi there, my name is Colt Steele. I've spent years leading in-person software engineering bootcamps and have helped thousands of students change careers. Online I've taught over a million students and have hundreds of thousands of 5 star ratings and reviews. This is an interactive course full of exercises and fun challenges that force you to practice the skills you are learning. You'll encounter some of the same assignments and projects that my in-person bootcamp students experience. Learning command after command can be a dreadfully boring experience, but I've tried my best to make this course as exciting and interesting as possible :) You may roll your eyes at my jokes, but you won't be bored! ============Curriculum: The Short Version============ This course covers a TON. Here's a short summary of the key points. Scroll down for a more in-depth explanation. Learn dozens and dozens of powerful commands (see the long list below) Understand the big picture: how ALL commands fit together Build complex data pipelines by stringing multiple commands together Master command-line navigation and Linux folder structure Create, delete, move, copy, and rename files and folders Decipher and manipulate Unix file permissions Use powerful searching commands like find, locate, and grep Master redirection of standard input, standard output, and standard error Write your own custom commands from scratch! Customize the shell: write your own helpful aliases, tweak the prompt, etc. Master Bash expansions and substitutions Automate tedious tasks using cron and cronjobs Edit files directly from the command-line using nano Master keyboard shortcuts to increase your command-line efficiency ============Curriculum: The Long Version============ The course starts with a deep dive into confusing technical terms like terminal, shell, kernel, Unix, Unix-Like, GNU, Linux, and Bash. It's important to understand the context and the WHY's around the command line and its history that still impacts our machines today. Then we shift our focus to the general patterns and structure that all commands follow including options and arguments. This blueprint we define will inform every single other topic we cover throughout the rest of the course. You'll also learn HOW to learn more about specific commands using the man, help, which, and type commands. Next, we cover the super-important Linux folder structure and learn essential commands for navigating our machines including ls, pwd, and cd. You'll be an expert navigator in no time! From there we learn to create new files and folders right from the command line using the commands touch, mkdir, and file. Next, we dive deep into a special text-editor built right into the command line called Nano. You'll learn to open and edit files using Nano, master various Nano shortcuts, and even learn how to configure nano's global settings. The next section covers the powerful commands rm, mv, and cp. You'll learn how to remove individual files and entire directories, move and rename files, and copy files and folders right from the command line. These are some of the most useful commands you can know! Then we take a quick break to focus on useful keyboard shortcuts you can use to improve your terminal efficiency, before diving into the history command and history expansion. The next section covers tons of commands that have to do with manipulating file contents, including less, cat, tac, rev, head, tail, wc, and sort. Then we cover the three standard streams: standard input, standard output, and standard error. You'll learn to redirect all three streams and take full control over your data. Next we move to my favorite topic: piping! In this section you'll learn how to construct complex and powerful pipelines by stringing together multiple individual commands. You'll also learn about the tr command and the tee command along the way. From there we learn to "speak" the language of the shell using Expansion and Substitution. You'll learn the ins and outs of pathname expansion using wildcard characters, tilde expansion, and the super powerful curly brace expansion. We also cover arithmetic expansion, command substitution, and single and double quoting. Next up we learn about two commands that help us find files on our machine: locate and find. We pay special attention to the find command and its many fancy options and use-cases. You'll learn how to find files by name, size, timestamps, and more. You'll also learn how to bulk-edit files using find's exec option and the xargs command. We then shift our focus to the grep command. You'll learn how to use grep to recursively search the contents of files and match complex files using regular expressions. Next, we spend some time discussing the details of file permissions. You'll learn how to read file attributes and understand read, write, and execute permissions. In the next section, we learn how to alter permissions using commands including chmod, chown, sudo, and su. In the next section, we learn how to customize our shell experience. You'll learn to write your own custom aliases, work with shell variables, and even create your own fancy prompt. Then we learn how to create our own complex commands from scratch and the basics of bash scripting! By the end you'll be writing and running your own programs. Finally, we learn about the mysterious cron daemon. You'll learn the odd-looking cron syntax to set up your own automated and scheduled cronjobs. ============THE END============ Whether you have some experience with basic commands or you're a complete beginner, this course will help take your skills to the next level. Learning the command-line is one of the rare skills that transcends the typical divisions between web development, data science, machine learning, or any other tech disciplines. If you work with a computer daily, you will benefit from mastering the command-line. The commands you learn in the course will change the way you interact with your machine, giving you all new workflows and strategies and POWER over your computer! More importantly, you'll leave this course prepared to conquer ALL the commands that are waiting for you out in the real world and on the job. =============================== Here's an incomplete list of the commands covered in the course: date cal ncal echo man help which type ls cd pwd touch mkdir nano rm rmdir mv cp cat less tac rev head tail wc sort tr tee locate du find grep xargs chmod sudo su chown addgroup adduser export source crontab tar Who this course is for: Anyone interested in becoming a command line power user! Computer users who want complete control over their machine Anyone interested in web development, data science, or a career that involves code! Students with some prior command line experience who want to gain complete mastery [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. Description Understanding CMD With the command shell, you can have direct interaction with the operating system. Think command prompt as an interpreter that accepts the commands or the User’s inputs and translate them into machine language. These commands are predefined and perform a specific task. These commands can be clubbed together as well to perform a series of task. Also, these commands need not be entered manually and can be written in a batch file to automate some of the manual tasks like taking a scheduled server backup, deleting junk files and so on. These commands are very handy at the time of network troubleshooting or for a day to day work. These commands can be called from many programming languages such as Java, which allows the programmer to perform task directly via the command prompt, which would otherwise take several code lines to be written essentially to perform the same task. To run the command prompt in the administration mode, type cmd in the search bar present in the taskbar, then right-click on cmd. You will see an option Run as administration click ok and then command prompt will open in the admin mode. A batch file is a script file in DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows. It consists of a series of commands to be executed by the command-line interpreter, stored in a plain text file(.txt file). A batch file may contain any command the interpreter accepts interactively and use constructs that enable conditional branching and looping within the batch file, such as IF, FOR, and GOTO labels. The term “batch” is from batch processing, meaning “non-interactive execution”, though a batch file may not process a batch of multiple data. How to access CMD? To access the command prompt irrespective of what version you are using, follow the below steps. One of the quickest ways to access the command prompt is to make use of Run Window. To open the run window, press the Windows key + R on your keyboard. Once you do, that run window will open and then write cmd and press enter. As soon as you press the ok command prompt window will get open up. To run the command prompt in the administration mode, type cmd in the search bar present in the taskbar, then right-click on cmd. You will see an option Run as administration click ok and then command prompt will open in the admin mode. Conclusion We have seen some useful windows command that comes in handy when working on a remote desktop or a server. These commands can be grouped together to perform a series of tasks sequentially to automate some of the redundant tasks. Windows command can be used to interact with the Network File System (NFS), remote desktop services, windows server, and external and internal peripherals. So what you are waiting for when Udemy has backed you with a 30days return policy also. And you are gonna get a certificate after completion of the course too. Requirments You should Have a Laptop or Desktop You also Should Need Windows & or Higher If you Have A desktop You need A wifi Adapter Who this course is for: It is for all Levels Beginner Intermediate Expert Requirements Need to windows 7 or higher A normal PC. If you have laptop you can learn more If you Have a Normal Pc you need Bluetooth adapter and WIFI Adapter [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. rling is similar to the rli utility found in hashcat-utils, but much, much faster. Technologies Dynamic sizing rling dynamically sizes the memory to be appropriate for the file. By not having compiled-in limits for things like line lengths for the input lines, users are able to focus on novel use cases for the program. Hashing with xxHash xxHash is a great new hashing method - its very fast and portable. By combining a dynamic (overridable) hash table with an excellent hash function, performance was accelerated greatly. Also, because hash tables are sized dynamically, there is no need to guess "optimal" hash sizes. Multi threaded Binary searches and sorts Thanks to blazer's multi threaded qsort, sorts are very fast, and make use of all of your system thread and multicore resources. In general, hashing is faster than binary search, but binary search uses half of the memory, and can be many times faster for certain kinds of input. Filesystem-based database for very large files If you need to process very large datasets, and don't have enough memory, the -f option allows you to use a Berkeley db-based database instead of in-memory. This does allow unlimited file sizes, but you do need substantial free disk space. Use the -M option to give it more cache for the database, and -T to tell it where to put the databases (defaults to current directory). Memory use estimates For large files, memory use can still be high. rling displays the estimated amount of memory to be used as soon as practical after reading the input files. This can still be "too late" for some use cases - in general, you need at least 2 times the input file size in memory. stdin/stdout/named pipes fully supported Thanks to the "read exactly once, write exactly once" method rling uses for file I/O, stdin/stdout and named pipes can be used in any position that requires a file name. This is great for creating complex workloads. [Hidden Content]
  10. HackBrowserData hack-browser-data is an open-source tool that could help you decrypt data[passwords|bookmarks|cookies|history] from the browser. It supports the most popular browsers on the market and runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Changelog v0.3.7 Feature feat: add Yandex browser for macOS and Windows by @moonD4rk 0f2a541 feat: add CocCoc browser for macOS and Windows by @moonD4rk a9f36d6 Fix bugs Optimize the Chinese version of README by @lc6464 in #88 Add ciphertext length check in AES decryption by @SignorMercurio in #92 chore(deps): bump github.com/tidwall/gjson from 1.6.0 to 1.9.3 by @dependabot in #101 [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. Wordfence experts detected a massive wave of attacks in the last couple of days that targeted over 1.6 million WordPress sites. Wordfence researchers spotted a massive wave of attacks in the days that are targeting over 1.6 million WordPress sites from 16,000 IPs. “Today, on December 9, 2021, our Threat Intelligence team noticed a drastic uptick in attacks targeting vulnerabilities that make it possible for attackers to update arbitrary options on vulnerable sites. This led us into an investigation which uncovered an active attack targeting over a million WordPress sites.” reads the post published by Wordfence. “Over the past 36 hours, the Wordfence network has blocked over 13.7 million attacks targeting four different plugins and several Epsilon Framework themes across over 1.6 million sites and originating from over 16,000 different IP addresses.” The attacks are originating from 16,000 IP addresses and are targeting four WordPress plugins and fifteen Epsilon Framework themes. Below is the list of affected plugins: PublishPress Capabilities <= 2.3 Kiwi Social Plugin <= 2.0.10 Pinterest Automatic <= 4.14.3 WordPress Automatic <= 3.53.2 while the targeted Epsilon Framework themes are: Shapely <=1.2.8 NewsMag <=2.4.1 Activello <=1.4.1 Illdy <=2.1.6 Allegiant <=1.2.5 Newspaper X <=1.3.1 Pixova Lite <=2.0.6 Brilliance <=1.2.9 MedZone Lite <=1.2.5 Regina Lite <=2.0.5 Transcend <=1.1.9 Affluent <1.1.0 Bonkers <=1.0.5 Antreas <=1.0.6 NatureMag Lite – No patch known. Recommended to uninstall from site. Below are the top 10 offending IPs observed: 144.91.111.6 with 430,067 attacks blocked. 185.9.156.158 with 277,111 attacks blocked. 195.2.76.246 with 274,574 attacks blocked. 37.187.137.177 with 216,888 attacks blocked. 51.75.123.243 with 205,143 attacks blocked. 185.200.241.249 with 194,979 attacks blocked. 62.171.130.153 with 192,778 attacks blocked. 185.93.181.158 with 181,508 attacks blocked. 188.120.230.132 with 158,873 attacks blocked. 104.251.211.115 with 153,350 attacks blocked. Experts noticed that in most cases, the threat actors are enabling the users_can_register option and setting the default_role option to administrator. Then the attackers are able to register on any site as an administrator and take over the site. Site admins could determine if their site has been compromised by reviewing the user accounts on the site to determine if there are any unauthorized user accounts. Indicators of compromise include the presence of a vulnerable version of any of the above plugins or themes along with the presence of a rogue user account. Researchers recommend removing any rogue accounts and updating your plugins and themes as soon as possible Experts also recommend reviewing the settings in [Hidden Content] page focusing on Membership` and `New User Default Role` settings. “We strongly recommend ensuring that all of your sites have been updated to the patched versions of the plugins and themes.” concludes the post. Source
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  13. LDAP Password Hunter It happens that due to legacy services requirements or just bad security practices passwords are world-readable in the LDAP database by any user who is able to authenticate. LDAP Password Hunter is a tool which wraps features of getTGT.py (Impacket) and ldapsearch in order to look up passwords stored in the LDAP database. Impacket getTGT.py script is used in order to authenticate the domain account used for enumeration and save its TGT Kerberos ticket. TGT ticket is then exported in KRB5CCNAME variable which is used by ldapsearch script to authenticate and obtain TGS Kerberos tickets for each domain/DC LDAP-Password-Hunter is running for. Based on the CN=Schema,CN=Configuration export results a custom list of attributes is built and filtered in order to identify a big query which might contain interesting results. Results are shown and saved in a sqlite3 database. The DB is made of one table containing the following columns: DistinguishedName AttributeName Value Domain Results are way more clean than the previous version and organized in the SQL DB. The output shows the entries found only if they are not in DB, so new entries pop up but the overall outcome of the analysis is still saved in a file with a timestamp. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. Sqlmap is an open-source penetration testing tool that automates the process of detecting and exploiting SQL injection flaws and taking over database servers. It comes with a powerful detection engine, many niche features for the ultimate penetration tester, and a broad range of switches lasting from database fingerprinting, over data fetching from the database to accessing the underlying file system and executing commands on the operating system via out-of-band connections. The sqlmap project is sponsored by Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner. Features implemented in sqlmap include: Full support for MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, IBM DB2, SQLite, Firebird, Sybase, SAP MaxDB and HSQLDB database management systems. Full support for five SQL injection techniques: boolean-based blind, time-based blind, error-based, UNION query and stacked queries. Support to directly connect to the database without passing via a SQL injection, by providing DBMS credentials, IP address, port and database name. It is possible to provide a single target URL, get the list of targets from Burp proxy or WebScarab proxy requests log files, get the whole HTTP request from a text file or get the list of targets by providing sqlmap with a Google dork which queries Google search engine and parses its results page. You can also define a regular-expression based scope that is used to identify which of the parsed addresses to test. Tests provided GET parameters, POST parameters, HTTP Cookie header values, HTTP User-Agent header value and HTTP Referer header value to identify and exploit SQL injection vulnerabilities. It is also possible to specify a comma-separated list of specific parameter(s) to test. Option to specify the maximum number of concurrent HTTP(S) requests (multi-threading) to speed up the blind SQL injection techniques. Vice versa, it is also possible to specify the number of seconds to hold between each HTTP(S) request. Others optimization switches to speed up the exploitation are implemented too. HTTP Cookie header string support, useful when the web application requires authentication based upon cookies and you have such data or in case you just want to test for and exploit SQL injection on such header values. You can also specify to always URL-encode the Cookie. Automatically handles HTTP Set-Cookie header from the application, re-establishing of the session if it expires. Test and exploit on these values is supported too. Vice versa, you can also force to ignore any Set-Cookie header. HTTP protocol Basic, Digest, NTLM and Certificate authentications support. HTTP(S) proxy support to pass by the requests to the target application that works also with HTTPS requests and with authenticated proxy servers. Options to fake the HTTP Referer header value and the HTTP User-Agent header value specified by user or randomly selected from a textual file. Support to increase the verbosity level of output messages: there exist seven levels of verbosity. Support to parse HTML forms from the target URL and forge HTTP(S) requests against those pages to test the form parameters against vulnerabilities. Granularity and flexibility in terms of both user’s switches and features. Estimated time of arrival support for each query, updated in real time, to provide the user with an overview on how long it will take to retrieve the queries’ output. Automatically saves the session (queries and their output, even if partially retrieved) on a textual file in real time while fetching the data and resumes the injection by parsing the session file. Support to read options from a configuration INI file rather than specify each time all of the switches on the command line. Support also to generate a configuration file based on the command line switches provided. Support to replicate the back-end database tables structure and entries on a local SQLite 3 database. Option to update sqlmap to the latest development version from the subversion repository. Support to parse HTTP(S) responses and display any DBMS error message to the user. Integration with other IT security open source projects, Metasploit and w3af. More… Changelog v1.5.12 Fixes #4895 [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. hi all i want to know a command to edit wordlist to shrink size in hard disk space i use some of command to remove duplicate words and enhance word with min and max Length but still need more way to edit it what i want a command to use More than one word on the same line to use it in hashcat to crack with dictionary attack
  16. Description Hi everyone” – Say hello to an exciting new updated course. Explore redesigned and modern videos. Discover powerful new ways of using macOS Monterey – the newest OS from Apple. MacOS is GREAT … If You can use the whole potential of it, if you know what you’re doing. I’m using Mac computer everyday for more than 10 years and still learning new techniques and shortcuts how to optimise my workflow and I want to share it all with you. When I bought my first MacBook after using Windows for many many years, it took me many hours to learn even basic functionalities in macOS and months before I became entirely comfortable with my Mac. This course will take you from a beginner / intermediate to an advanced macOS user in no time! You’re probably missing out a lot more than you think. I know that because I teach people how to use Mac every day and see how much time they waste in navigation menus, do things old fashioned ways and don’t use quick shortcut keys or just incorrectly use the trackpad. More than 1000 students enrolled in our previous course about macOS Big Sur, now sharing their satisfaction and knowledge. And you can join them right NOW! But I have even better news for you! I have put together brand new up to date course which includes lot more than the previous one. You will find here more than 70 video tutorials covering over 6 hours of video instructions. I don’t want to see people wasting so much time on such a powerful operating system. This course can help you save great amount of time spent on your Mac. Explore a redesigned and modern videos. With improved sound quality and graphics to help you better understand. Each tutorial clearly presents a topic and shows you how to use macOS. You can watch while trying out techniques for yourself. Presented by the appleonlineacademy website dedicated to helping people to understand and use Apple devices to their full potential. This course will be regularly updated and I will be adding more macOS tips as I explore them in new released updates What makes this course different? It has unique graphics which makes video tutorials fresh and not boring It is straight to the point and clear to understand. It includes bonus How to.. section with lot of tips and tricks Course is supported by Downloadable materials I offer full personalised support in Q&A section and also in closed facebook group for enrolled students Who this course is for: NEW USERS who just started using a Mac computer, or for people who switched from Windows to macOS and want to quickly handle all the differences between these operating systems. CURRENT USERS of macOS might find some useful tips and see how old and new features work in Monterey INTERMEDIATE USERS, as they might find some very helpful ways to get certain things done in macOS that they didn’t know about before ADVANCED USERS This course is NOT for those who are already experts at using Macs, as they might know most of these tips already Requirements You should be using a computer running on macOS. The course includes installation guide for a free upgrade to macOS Monterey No other knowledge or experience with macOS needed [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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  19. Kali Intelligence Suite (KIS) shall aid in the fast, autonomous, central, and comprehensive collection of intelligence by automatically: executing Kali Linux tools (e.g., dnsrecon, gobuster, hydra, nmap, etc.) querying publicly available APIs (e.g., Censys.io, Haveibeenpwned.com, Hunter.io, Securitytrails.com, DNSdumpster.com, Shodan.io, etc.) storing the collected data in a central rational database (see next section) providing an interface to query and analyze the gathered intelligence After the execution of each Kali Linux tool or querying APIs, KIS analyses the collected information and extracts as well as reports interesting information like newly identified user credentials, hosts/domains, TCP/UDP services, HTTP directories, etc. The extracted information is then internally stored in different PostgreSql database tables, which enables the continuous, structured enhancement and re-use of the collected intelligence by subsequently executed Kali Linux tools. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  20. Skrull There is a well-known feature by which anti-virus or EDR can capture ambiguous or suspicious program files and send them back to security response center for researcher analysis. For malware designers, playing cat and mouse with security solutions in the post exploitation stage while hiding their backdoors from malware detection and forensics is a crucial mental challenge. Many methods used in the wild by hackers against researchers have already been discussed, for example using a COM hijack to obscure their malware, deploying a kernel hook-based rootkit, bypassing signature-based scanning, and others besides. There’s still no method robust enough to counter these techniques, as researchers often cannot totally understand how the malware works internally even if it’s caught and analyzed. Imagine a situation: malware acquires DRM protection, and thereby naturally damages itself when copied from the infected machine. Is it possible? How would it happen? In short, security vendors should be prepared to handle this situation within the Maginot line of their own defenses. Skrull is a malware DRM, that prevents Automatic Sample Submission by AV/EDR and Signature Scanning from Kernel. It generates launchers that can run malware on the victim using the Process Ghosting technique. Also, launchers are totally anti-copy and naturally broken when got submitted. Skrull ( v1.0BETA ) Latest [+] only support 64-bit PE right now. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. The Logo Design Process: Tips for Efficiency & Success with Jon Brommet Welcome to The Logo Design Process: Tips for Efficiency & Success. In this class we’re going to break down a ton of useful tips and rules for every stage of the logo design process. From asking the right questions in Discovery, to sketching more efficiently, to understanding principles that will improve every design you make moving forward, all the way to presenting and sending off your final files. The goal of this class is to make you a better logo designer, have your designs approved faster, and with less revisions. This class is aimed at intermediate and advanced designers that have made logos in the past, but really want to elevate their skills, and save time in the process. So if this class sounds interesting to you, click play, and let’s get started! [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  22. Sqlmap is an open-source penetration testing tool that automates the process of detecting and exploiting SQL injection flaws and taking over database servers. It comes with a powerful detection engine, many niche features for the ultimate penetration tester, and a broad range of switches lasting from database fingerprinting, over data fetching from the database to accessing the underlying file system and executing commands on the operating system via out-of-band connections. Changelog v1.5.11 Implements option –retry-on (#4876) [hide][Hidden Content]]
  23. Kali Intelligence Suite (KIS) shall aid in the fast, autonomous, central, and comprehensive collection of intelligence by automatically: executing Kali Linux tools (e.g., dnsrecon, gobuster, hydra, nmap, etc.) querying publicly available APIs (e.g., Censys.io, Haveibeenpwned.com, Hunter.io, Securitytrails.com, DNSdumpster.com, Shodan.io, etc.) storing the collected data in a central rational database (see next section) providing an interface to query and analyze the gathered intelligence After the execution of each Kali Linux tool or querying APIs, KIS analyses the collected information and extracts as well as reports interesting information like newly identified user credentials, hosts/domains, TCP/UDP services, HTTP directories, etc. The extracted information is then internally stored in different PostgreSql database tables, which enables the continuous, structured enhancement and re-use of the collected intelligence by subsequently executed Kali Linux tools. Additional features are: pre-defined dependencies between Kali Linux tools ensure that relevant information like SNMP default community strings or default credentials is known to KIS before trying to access the respective services remembering the execution status of each Kali Linux tool and API query ensures that already executed OS commands are not automatically executed again data imports of scan results of external scanners like Masscan, Nessus, or Nmap supporting the intelligence collection based on virtual hosts (vhost) using a modular approach that allows the fast integration of new Kali Linux tools parallel Kali Linux command execution by using a specifiable number of threads enables users to kill Kali commands via the KIS user interface in case they take too long access public APIs to enhance data with OSINT [hide][Hidden Content]]
  24. The Complete Guide On How To Safely And Securely Access The Deep Web! What you'll learn Understand The Difference Between The Clear Web And Deep Web Understand The Misconceptions And Myths About The Deep Web Understand The Precautions Needed To Be Taken When Browsing The Deep Web Set-Up A Safe And Anonymous Environment To Access The Deep Web How To Install And Configure A Linux Distribution How To Install And Correctly Configure The Tor Browser How To Fully Anonymize Yourself And Your Browsing Activities How To Use The Tor Browser How To Index And Search For Websites On the Deep Web Understand What An Onion Link Is How To Access The Deep Web On Android How To Find Deep Web Links And Websites Learn About Bitcoin And PGP Learn How To Use Operating Systems Specially Tailored For Accessing The Deep Web; Tails Os And Qubes OS How To Set-Up And Use Email On The Deep Web How To Use Deep Web Search Engines Configure Tor With a VPN How To Use Deep Web Markets How To Use Deep Web Chat Rooms Access The Hidden Wiki Create Your Own Deep Web Store How To Host Your Website On The Deep Web Requirements This Course Requires A Computer And An Internet Connection. No prior experience or knowledge of the Deep Web/dark Net is required. The course will take you through everything you need to know and understand to confidently access the Deep Web/Dark Net Description Curious About What the Deep Web Has To Offer? Want To learn How To Access The Deep Web? Want To Access The Deep Web From Your Android Phone Or tablet? Want To Secure Your System and Protect Your Privacy On the Deep Web? Want To Learn How To Use Deep Web/Dark Net Search Engines? Whatever you want to get out of the Deep Web/Dark Net. This Course Has Everything You Will Ever Need To Know About The Deep Web/Dark Net. The Complete Deep Web Course 2019 Is The Most Comprehensive And Extensive Course On The Deep Web With The Aim Of Getting You On The Deep Web Securely And Safely. This Course Has Everything From Basic Terminology, Setting Up A Secure And Safe Environment to Accessing the Deep Web/Dark Net On Android. This course will show you the best Online services the Deep Web/Dark Net has to offer from Search engines To Email Providers. This course will ensure your safety and security from the threats posed on the Deep Web Dark Net This course will target every aspect of the Deep Web/Dark Net from the Best Search Engines To Best Social Networks This course is targeted at anyone who wants to get started with using the Deep Web in a safe,and secure manner. Even if you are a complete beginner, or someone who has a little experience with the Deep Web but no confidence or have a sense of insecurity, You are in the right place. Who this course is for: Anyone Who Is Interested In Accessing the Deep Web This course is targeted towards beginners in the Deep Web/Dark Net, and those who wish to expand their knowledge further on the Deep Web/Dark Net. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  25. RapidScan – The Multi-Tool Web Vulnerability Scanner It is quite a fuss for a pentester to perform binge-tool-scanning (running security scanning tools one after the other) sans automation. Unless you are a pro at automating stuff, it is a herculean task to perform binge-scan for each and every engagement. The ultimate goal of this program is to solve this problem through automation; viz. running multiple scanning tools to discover vulnerabilities, effectively judge false-positives, collectively correlate results and saves precious time; all these under one roof. Features one-step installation. executes a multitude of security scanning tools, does other custom coded checks and prints the results spontaneously. some of the tools include nmap, dnsrecon, wafw00f, uniscan, sslyze, fierce, lbd, theharvester, dnswalk, golismeroetc executes under one entity. saves a lot of time, indeed a lot of time!. checks for same vulnerabilities with multiple tools to help you zero-in on false positives effectively. legends to help you understand which tests may take longer time, so you can Ctrl+C to skip if needed. vulnerability definitions guide you what the vulnerability actually is and the threat it can pose. (under development) remediations tell you how to plug/fix the found vulnerability. (under development) executive summary gives you an overall context of the scan performed with critical, high, low and informational issues discovered. (under development) artificial intelligence to deploy tools automatically depending upon the issues found. for eg; automates the launch of wpscan and plecost tools when a wordpress installation is found. (under development) Vulnerability Checks DNS/HTTP Load Balancers & Web Application Firewalls. Checks for Joomla, WordPress, and Drupal SSL related Vulnerabilities (HEARTBLEED, FREAK, POODLE, CCS Injection, LOGJAM, OCSP Stapling). Commonly Opened Ports. DNS Zone Transfers using multiple tools (Fierce, DNSWalk, DNSRecon, DNSEnum). Sub-Domains Brute Forcing. Open Directory/File Brute Forcing. Shallow XSS, SQLi, and BSQLi Banners. Slow-Loris DoS Attack, LFI (Local File Inclusion), RFI (Remote File Inclusion) & RCE (Remote Code Execution). & more coming up… [hide][Hidden Content]]