Jun 242016
 

I hate when an application gets updated and then you have to remember how to make settings work that already worked previously.  So I am making this post as a reminder since it seems to not be a lot of info about it online.  If you don’t want to send things you delete to trash, which then requires you to go empty trash for it to really be deleted ….. then add a “Delete Permanently” to your right-click menu items.

Pretty simple to do …. just follow these steps:

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Mar 162015
 
Screenshot of psecio-parse scan

I used rips for many years to help with auditing source code.  Lets face it, anytime you can automate a mundane task such as source code auditing, you free up time for other things to be done…..plus if you have ever stared at source code for 14+ hours straight reading line by line by line ….. you know how well automation helps save your vision.

Anyways, today I found a new project at github and wanted to document how I set it up.  One thing to keep in mind is that this is a relatively new project, and with any new project of this size and scope … we can generally expect a few things …. lots of development changes and false positives.  Even with this being known, I still love the direction the project is already moving … so lets begin.

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Feb 262014
 

I generally do most everything from a shell. I also generally script things when I can. However, I wanted to see changes made to arachni web interface and it had been a while since I used it. I’m not sure if this is automated via the links included in kali linux or not, I just know that when I went to fire up arachni_web it failed and this is how I fixed it.
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Dec 042013
 

I often review various vulnerability scanners.  When I review them, I look at several different things:

  • were they able to find a vulnerability I previously missed?
  • are they accurate in their findings?
  • how quickly do they complete an audit compared to “insert some other vulnerability scanner here”?
  • sometimes I will also grab the tcpdumps of the audits for even further analysis
  • how accessible and easy are they to use by “skiddies”?
  • based on the tcpdumps + noise generated on the server logs, are the audit signatures of wapiti easy to detect?

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Aug 262013
 

If you get these errors…..

insserv: warning: script 'S85vpnagentd_init' missing LSB tags and overrides
insserv: warning: script 'vpnagentd_init' missing LSB tags and overrides
insserv: There is a loop between service rmnologin and mountnfs if started
insserv:  loop involving service mountnfs at depth 7
insserv:  loop involving service networking at depth 6
insserv: There is a loop between service rmnologin and mountnfs if started
insserv: Starting vpnagentd_init depends on rmnologin and therefore on system facility `$all' which can not be true!
insserv: Starting vpnagentd_init depends on rmnologin and therefore on system facility `$all' which can not be true!
insserv: Starting vpnagentd_init depends on rmnologin and therefore on system facility `$all' which can not be true!
insserv: Max recursions depth 99 reached
insserv:  loop involving service nfs-common at depth 4
insserv:  loop involving service pulseaudio at depth 13
insserv: exiting now without changing boot order!

The fix is….

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Jun 092013
 

I just bought this card to replace an older radeon 4500 series gpu.  Here are the benchmarks (this is a quad-core amd with 16GB memory, sata drives):

Pyrit

$ sudo pyrit benchmark
Pyrit 0.4.1-dev (svn r308) (C) 2008-2011 Lukas Lueg http://pyrit.googlecode.com
This code is distributed under the GNU General Public License v3+
 
Running benchmark (59139.3 PMKs/s)... - 
 
Computed 59139.26 PMKs/s total.
#1: 'CAL++ Device #1 'AMD GPU DEVICE'': 59710.6 PMKs/s (RTT 1.1)
#2: 'CPU-Core (SSE2)': 568.9 PMKs/s (RTT 3.0)
#3: 'CPU-Core (SSE2)': 572.3 PMKs/s (RTT 2.9)
#4: 'CPU-Core (SSE2)': 548.1 PMKs/s (RTT 3.0)

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Jun 012013
 

I finally got around to upgrading my desktop from Backtrack 5R3 to the latest Kali Linux.  After about two weeks, I finally set out to get the ati graphics card working so I could do some password cracking.  This turned into fun as the version of fglrx-drivers don’t support my 4500 series graphics card.  The fglrx-drivers-legacy don’t exist in the kali or debian repo’s.  Trying to install from the ati legacy drivers bundle failed.  Here is how I got it working using debian packages:

First add the correct repos:

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May 312013
 

Mostly doing this article as a note for the correct way to install java jdk or runtime for kali or debian wheezy.

Download either the jdk or jre tar.gz package from oracle

Install the java-package from debian

apt-get install java-package

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May 182013
 

A long time ago, I created a database to hold passwords and their respective hashes for some 16 various hash types.  It has approximately 310,261,848 passwords for each type and is growing nearly every day as more password lists become available.  I found a pretty quick way to generate the hashes for these wordlists and wanted to share how it is done.  These hashes only work with unsalted/unpeppered passwords.

First, lets look at my table schema, which is very simple and very effective.  It uses an index on the hash + password column so there can not be any two hashes+passwords that are the same.  The types table is a  simple lookup table that references data.type 1 to a name like DES.  The primary key is on the name column.  I don’t claim to be a db administrator so if you spot any errors, let me know.

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