2021 was a good year for open-source tools – many of the good old ones were updated and new useful programs were developed. They are the foundation of an ethical hacker’s work and that’s why we decided to release a free issue dedicated to the most effective open-source hacking tools of this year. To get this edition, all you have to do is register on our website.
Inside you’ll find 10 articles, each written by the author of the tool. They will guide you through the installation process and usage of each program, with a quick demonstration of its abilities. This is a great starting point for those of you, whose cybersecurity journey has just begun, but it can also be an aid to more advanced hackers – we selected some of the less-known tools, so everyone can learn something new and improve their work routine.
We would like to send gratitude to the authors, who were willing to share their tools and their knowledge with our readers! We hope this project will bring more spotlight to your work and help you develop more amazing tools. Thank you!
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Stay safe and enjoy
Magdalena Jarzębska and Hakin9 Editorial Team
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Table of Contents
Graphwoof – Identifying and Fingerprinting GraphQL Servers
by Dolev Farhi
Static Analysis and detecting malware in Android APKs
by Mónica Pastor
by Mohammad Askar
by Alexis Fernández
by Ricardo Loura
Unveiling IPs Behind Cloudflare with Fav-Up
by Francesco Poldi
Open-Source Tools for Cybersecurity in 2021
by Francis Jeremiah
Streamlining the Pentesting Process with Reconmap
by Santiago Lizardo
Fast Google Dorks Scan
by Ivan Glinkin