This month instead of choosing one main theme we decided to focus on something different. Starting a career as an ethical hacker can be a daunting task. The number of resources available on the internet is endless and it can be hard to find the best tutorial. That’s why we invited amazing and talented authors that prepared beginner-friendly tutorials for all who want to learn about offensive security. We are sending a big THANK YOU to all contributors: Roberto Chemama, Antoine Planque, Olivier Pauchont, Robin Hosking, Arvin Mohammady, Alexandre Oganezov, Jeff Minataka, Maya Sandra AIT YAHIA, Elisa Cazeres, Victor Barrault, Ornella FABI, Byron Gorman, José Pablo Hernández, Gregory Haapaoja, OSWP, Gabriel Lazo Canazas
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Hacking like Elliot from “Mr. Robot” is very exciting and frankly quite impressive as long as you have the right tools at your disposal, but what is more exciting is knowing how to build hacking tools from scratch utilizing Python! As hackers, we are constantly looking for new tools and techniques to fill our arsenal, as there is no one size fits all magic bullet to solve our problems. There is, however, a way to use Python to make hacking tools from scratch. Python is very approachable and malleable making it the perfect and powerful language to construct our tools from. Using Python, we are certain that our tools will be around for years to come and will only get better with time.
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Fuxploider is an open source penetration testing tool that automates the process of detecting and exploiting file upload forms flaws. This tool is able to detect the file types allowed to be uploaded and is able to detect which technique will work best to upload web shells or any malicious file on the desired web server.
Vulscan is a module that enhances nmap to a vulnerability scanner. The nmap option -sV enables version detection per service which is used to determine potential flaws according to the identified product. The data is looked up in an offline version of VulDB.
Squalr is performant Memory Editing software that allows users to create and share cheats in their windows desktop games. This includes memory scanning, pointers, x86/x64 assembly injection, and so on.
Squalr achieves fast scans through multi-threading combined with SIMD instructions. See this article: SIMD in .NET. To take advantage of these gains, your CPU needs to have support for SSE, AVX, or AVX-512.
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