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Kojoney is a low level interaction honeypot that emulates an SSH server. The daemon is written in Python using the Twisted Conch libraries. Reporting tools are distributed with the daemon.
Proactive Password Auditor
Proactive Password Auditor is a password security test tool that's designed to allow Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP and and Windows Server 2003-based systems administrators to identify and close security holes in their networks. Proactive Password Auditor helps secure networks by executing an audit of account passwords, and exposing insecure account passwords. If it is possible to recover the password within a reasonable time, the password is considered insecure. The software supports a few different methods of obtaining password hashes for further attack/audit: from dump files (generated by 3rd party tools like pwdump/pwdump2/pwdump3), Registry of local computer, binary Registry files (SAM and SYSTEM), memory of local computer, and memory of remote computers (Domain Controllers), including ones running Active Directory. The product features brute-force and dictionary attacks on LM and NTLM password hashes, effectively optimized for speed, plus "rainbow" attack, that uses pre-computed hash tables that allow to find most passwords in minutes instead of days or weeks.
Proactive System Password Recovery
Proactive System Password Recovery is a program to recover all types of Windows passwords: logon password (when user is logged on and has Admin privileges), screensaver password, .NET Passport password, RAS and dial-up passwords, passwords to shared resources, SYSKEY startup password, passwords stored in cached credentials, Wireless (WEP and WPA-PSK) encryption keys etc. The program also shows all users and groups (with their properties), allows to run any programs in other user's context, show password history hashes, read password hashes from SAM and SYSTEM files, read Protected Storage records, decrypt Windows scripts, reveal passwords hidden under the asterisks, enable disabled controls, and run brute-force and dictionary attacks on PWL files (Windows 9x). Finally, it shows product IDs and CD keys for Windows, Microsoft Office and other Microsoft software installed.
SpiderFoot is a domain footprinting tool. It searches Google, Netcraft, DNS, Whois and websites to build up lists of information useful for building up a footprint of a domain.
WEBCVTSA is a tool that allows users to administrate their computers [running GNU/Linux] using a form on a web page to post commands.
Kernel Socks Bouncer
Kernel Socks Bouncer is a Linux Kernel 2.6.x patch that redirects tcp connections [SSH, telnet, browsers...] to follow through socks5. KSB26 uses a character device to pass socks5 and target ips to the Linux Kernel.
ldapenum is a perl script designed to enumerate system and password information from domain controllers using the LDAP service when IPC$ is locked. The script has been tested on windows and linux.
File System Saint
A fast, flexible, lightweight perl-based host IDS.
This program is a tunnel for pop3 connections and filters spam during the pop3-download of emails automatically. To determine whether an email is UCE it evaluates the content of each email that passes the tunnel statistically. Its intelligent wordparsing filter "backMatch" even matches buzzwords that contain characters which have been replaced by similar looking special chars to avoid being filtered.
Travesty is an interactive program for managing the hardware addresses (MAC) of ethernet devices on your computer. It supports manually changing the MAC, generating random addresses, and applying different vendor prefixes to the current address. It also allows the user to import their own lists of hardware addresses and descriptions that can be navigated from within the Travesty interface. Travesty is written in Python, and is very simple to add functionality to, or modify.
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