Entries Tagged with ‘tool’

As you might already know I am a huge fan of Cfengine (2/3). But I do realize that there are also other configuration management systems, such as Puppet or Chef and they might have their advantages over Cfengine 3. I have published a few Cfengine 3 snippets and am planning to re-write those snippets in […]

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Today I played around with the Python MAPI interface and found some Zarafa MAPI documentation. Since I have to do with Zarafa on a regular basis, I found it interesting to access the inbox via MAPI and Python. I wrote a little script which does exactly that: After you provided the login credentials, the script connects to […]

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I have been working with Cfengine 2 for more than one and a half year now and decided to take a look at the new version: Cfengine 3. What the hell is Cfengine? Cfengine can be considered as a free management tool for servers and clients. With the help of an agent and configuration scripts, […]

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Every system admin normally wants to be in full control of his box. One part of the “full control”-thing is to monitor your Linux system. You usually want to know what happens right now and how it affects the system. There are tools like iotop, cbm, htop, top, vmstat and so on, but none of […]

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Another non-security blog post, for those of you who are tired of Luna or GQ: Recently one of my associates at work showed me a tool which really gained my attention. It is called “shelldap”, a command line interface browser for LDAPs. Being written in Perl, shelldap tries to emulate a shell-like environment while you […]

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Today I am releasing my Simple LAN Scanner 1.0 (08th January 2011). [Download] Description The Simple LAN Scanner is a very simple LAN scanner written in Python. It scans the local network and tries to give you the MAC and IP addresses of the discovered running systems. Furthermore it creates a small log file at […]

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Today I am releasing my Simple Local File Inclusion Vulnerability Scanner 1.0 (29th December 2010). [Download] Description The Simple Local File Inclusion Vulnerability Scanner helps you to find LFI vulnerabilities. Usage ./lfi_scanner.py –url= Usage example ./lfi_scanner.py –url=”http://www.example.com/page.php?file=main” Usage notes – Always use http://…. – This tool does not work with SEO URLs, such as http://www.example.com/news-about-the-internet/. […]

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Download The Joomla Hacking Compendium here. With great pleasure I hereby announce the availability of the new “The Joomla Hacking Compendium”. It contains almost 1000 lines of pure knowledge and shows you the way to hack and protect Joomla. It contains the following chapters: Please find an excerpt below:

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Today I am releasing my Simple Local File Inclusion Exploiter 1.0 (21th November 2010). [Download] Description The Simple Local File Inclusion Exploiter helps you to exploit LFI vulnerabilities. After you found one, simply pass the URL of the affected website and the vulnerable parameter to this tool. You can also use this tool to scan […]

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I am currently working on a very exciting tool which is related to local file inclusion vulnerabilities. Basically it is some kind of automated LFI exploiter with many features, such as a LFI scanner and – as I call it – an “interesting file dumper”. Currently, the tool is still beta (version 0.8). I guess […]

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