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w3af is a Web Application Attack and Audit Framework. The project goal is to create a framework to find and exploit web application vulnerabilities that is easy to use and extend.
Background: SNMP is the Simple Network Management Protocol. It is used by many if not most companies to manage and monitor their infrastructure. It is also often overlooked in terms of security and underestimated as an attack vector. RFC1157. Components: The program is a GUI program, written in c#, so you'll need the .NET framework (3.5) and it will only work in MS Windows (Mono and Windows GUI components are a pain to make compatible for now). It uses 2 DLL's that were written from scratch: the hacking.snmp and hacking.bruteforce.dll. The SNMP dll is not complete yet but whenever the author finds time it will be extended to support bulkget and extended ASN parsing, so enumeration will become possible as well as SET actions. You will also need to provide a dictionary for dictionary attacks. A very small one is included. Generic usage: The interface should be intuitive enough. Use the slider to increase or decrease scanning speed. This is important to get accurate results. On a LAN the slider can be set to maximum speed. Behind a Natted broadband connection, caution is advised. Devices such as ADSL modems aren't capable to deal with the large amount of packets and nat connections they generate. The program uses non-blocking udp sockets and a listener for answers, which makes it quite fast. You can also set the destination port for devices which listen on non-standard ports (not 161) and set the listening port to make sure the packets get back ok in case of firewalls. For optimal speed, turn off verbosity, errors and reverse lookups (only in case of maximum speed on a LAN). Results can be saved in XML for further processing and loaded back.
Switch Center is network management software for managed network switches and hubs from any vendor supporting SNMP BRIDGE-MIB that helps to discover, monitor and analyze networks connectivity and performance. Switch Center key features are: real-time network discovery, nodes and users information, network switch ports mapping, connectivity and performance monitoring and built-in reports and statistics.
Technitium MAC Address Changer v4
Technitium MAC Address Changer allows you to change Machine Access Control (MAC) Address of your Network Interface Card (NIC) irrespective to your NIC manufacturer or its driver. It has a very simple user interface and provides ample of information regarding each NIC in the machine. Every NIC has an MAC address hard coded in its circuit by its manufacturer. This hard coded MAC address is used by windows drivers to access Ethernet Networks (LAN). This tool can set a new MAC address to your NIC, bypassing the original hard coded MAC address. Technitium MAC Address Changer is a must tool in every security professionals tool box. Technitium MAC Address Changer v4.0 is coded in Visual Basic 6.0.
ASDIC is a system for advanced traffic and log analysis. It helps you to determine what traffic there is in your network. You can look at ASDIC as a reverse firewall. Input unstructured traffic information and output a rule set. ASDIC can analyze logs from any firewall or router, or sniff the network by itself.
A port and vulnerability scanner. Audit what the internet can actually see running on your server. Use your report to harden your services against attack.
Searching for global objects, Tthieffer is able to extract all memory tokens (both local and remote tokens) and execute code with those tokens by impersonating users. If delegation is available, tthieffer can also impersonate network users.
UserLock secures access to Windows networks by controlling the amount of simultaneous sessions and by limiting network access per user or group. With UserLock, a network administrator can implement and enforce efficient restriction and access policies for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 networks (LAN and WAN), and monitor and manage all sessions in real time: receive alerts, remotely disconnect or lock a user session and automatically log activity and generate precise session reports and statistics.
SwithSnarf enables monitoring the internet connection of any computer in a network established with a switch. SwitchSnarf scans all working computers in the local network and identifies their MAC addresses, IP addresses and Computer Names (Hostnames). The internet in/out going internet connections of a computer can be monitored in cooperation with any network monitoring programme (sniffer) or the Nexeye Monitoring Enterprise. No changes are required in the network setup and no additional software is needed on the computer that is monitored. Technical Structure: In a local network established with a switch, the packages are sent to the relevant computer only. SwitchSnarf utilises ARP packages that are used for identifying the computer details. By capturing the ARP packages that are sent to the gateway, SwitchSnarf monitors the network traffic.
OpenNAC provides easy to use VLAN assignment and LAN access control for Cisco Switches and all kind of network devices (Servers, Workstations, Printers, IP-Phones, Webcams...) OpenNAC can be considered as having to phases. We have taken OpenVMPS, added a MySQL back end, a Delphi GUI, some advanced PHP control scripts, scalability, redundancy, alerting and more. This has been installed at companies with networks sizing from one hundred to 2000 machines. We will continue to market this product and offer professional support. Next, we want to make OpenNAC available to the OpenSource community. We are currently working through the existing code to remove or replace all proprietary pieces and on new database scheme to allow further extensions. We are also considering adding 802.1x support (provides better security and is not limited to Cisco switches) and moving the Delphi GUI to a web based user interface. The 'plan' is for the project to move forward to eventually become THE OpenSource Enterprise tool for dynamic VLAN assignment and network authentication. So, we wish to solicite community opinions, expertise and feedback. Are you interested in this tool, would you like to use it or even like to contribute to it (documentation, support, development, promotion, architecture, review...)? Please visit us on www.OpenNAC.net !
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