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Installing ipkg & mc (Midnight Commander & more) NAS Synology DS212j

NAS Synology pentesting Those, who are serious about generating hashs for pentesting WPA, for sure run a NAS server, in other words they have a storage with TBs of free space. NAS, made by Synology, is coming to be very user-friendly (especially after the possibility of upgrade to DSM 4.x). Unfortunately, there are still (obvious) components missing. Because we are talking about Linux serever, one of presumed possibilities are packets, an option to install software, or more precisely the opportunity to install a third party apps. But you cannot do such things with NAS, they are not even oficially supported.

BackTrack 5 R2 release

BackTrack 5 Revolution After months of development, bug fixes, upgrades, and the addition of 42 new tools, was announced the full release of BackTrack 5 R2 available for download now. Running custom-built 3.2.6 kernel with the best wireless support available, this is fastest and best release of BackTrack yet. In the past few weeks, after flood of submissions to BackTrack Redmine Tracker with submissions for many new tools and dozens of packages that needed to be updated and this helped to make this one of the strongest releases we’ve ever had.

Feedback from all industries and skill levels allows us to truly develop a solution that is tailored towards everyone and far exceeds anything ever developed both commercially and freely available. The project is funded by Offensive Security. Whether you’re hacking wireless, exploiting servers, performing a web application assessment, learning, or social-engineering a client, BackTrack is the one-stop-shop for all of your security needs.

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BackTrack 5 Revolution released

BackTrack 5 Revolution BackTrack is intended for all audiences from the most savvy security professionals to early newcomers to the information security field. BackTrack promotes a quick and easy way to find and update the largest database of security tools collection to-date. Our community of users range from skilled penetration testers in the information security field, government entities, information technology, security enthusiasts, and individuals new to the security community.

The Intuitive WiFi hacking GUI app for Ubuntu Linux

Ubuntu Linux černé logo Lets look at an interesting and 100% functional graphic extension for WEP/WPA crack pack of applications, aicrack-ng (airodump-ng, aireplay-ng, aircrack-ng). The application was tested in the reality, in the operating system Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx. USB WiFi card used for the test is Alfa AWUS050NH. This card was bought thanks to your donations (check out text five wireless adapters for wireless hacking). The used driver is the original part of  Ubuntu Linux (rt2800USB). Besides the pack aircrack-ng and MDK3 there are specified for the error free functioning mentioned dependances: gtk-sharp2, libncurses5-dev, monodevelop, libqyoto4.5-cil, qyoto-dev.

Evilgrade Toolkit helping with fake updates

Evilgrade iconFrom the word compound of evil and grade, you see there will be something evil about this piece of software and upgrades. It is a modular framework for supplying clients with fake updates that can contain a wide scale of payloads. The problem of poorly implemented actualization routines has been well know for quite some time now, but it seems it has been greatly overlooked. In the time of creation Evilgrade (summer 2008), very popular software has been vulnerable to this kind of exploit such as

Remote Exploit – BackTrack 4 Beta released

BackTrack 4 BetaAfter demonstrating and still tweaking the nervously expected BackTrack 4 beta at shmoocon, it is now available for download from some number of official mirrors. There are several torrents named bt4 but believe they are full of malware. The Remote-Exploit encourages you to download it directly from them. They have made a big decision on this version – moved from from Slackware to (as we have seen) an Ubuntu server with

Essential Tools – Nessus exploit and rootkit scanner

nessus Nessus is a security scanner of vulnerability. Lately there was a lot of discussion about this topic. First of all little bit of history. Project Nessus was originaly under GPL licence, but somebody smart has closed the source codes and GPL was over. The project continued as Tenable Nessus and free version (GPL licence) under name GNessUs. But this one died out after a year abd the application goes on as OpenVas. Parallel GPL project is based on the last opened source code

Packet Injection wifi Intel 4965 AGN patch

packet injection Finally there exists a way how to solve packet injection with driver for wifi card Intel WiFi Link 4965AGN – operating system Linux. The one modified is the original driver iwlwifi (included for example in distribution Backtrack Linux). Be aware that the packet injection is functional but still it is an experimental thing (develop version). Besides the complicated compilation and occasional unstability