BeEF (Browser Exploitation Framework) is an efficient professional security tool, that provides the experienced pentester with practical client side attack vectors (including mobile clients). BeEF allows the professional penetration tester to assess the actual security posture of a target environment. It examines explotability within the context of web browsers. BeEF works on the base of hooking one or more web browsers as beachhead for the launching of directed command modules.
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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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The security conference Shmoocon Washington 2010 presentation introduces AirDrop-ng. This 20 minute video presentation show the new Wi-Fi hacking tool. AirDrop-ng is a python based script and is able to do the same as aireplay-ng -0, mdk3 and void11 altogether. It seems that it will be another application in the aircrack-ng suite. As you will see in the video Airdrop-ng is something we should look forward to:-).
As the market with CPU has moved to multi-core solutions as a alternative method to increase computation power, intensive computing applications are not adapting to this fact so quickly. A Lot of people still don’t know that the system is not able to split tasks into more threads and distribute the work evenly upon the cores. This task is on the application developer who has to implement the multi-thread supporting mechanism.
From 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
After 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
Security conference PACSEC 2008 that will be held in japanese Tokyo on 12th and 13th November 2008 has a great attraction. There will be presented a security research from Mark Tew as a next (not brute force), new implementation of the WPA-TKIP attack. WPA-TKIP security based on the dynamic key generation was supposed to be by laicks and professionals as unbreakable. Much more safe then funny WEP encription.