A tool for automatically converting mitmproxy captures to OpenAPI 3.0 specifications. This means that you can automatically reverse-engineer REST APIs by just running the apps and capturing the traffic. mitmproxy2swagger - automagically reverse-engineer REST APIs via capturing traffic
Rascals are always sociable, and the chief sign that a man has any nobility in his character is the little pleasure he takes in others company. Arthur Schopenhauer
frp is a fast reverse proxy to help you expose a local server behind a NAT or firewall to the Internet. As of now, it supports TCP and UDP, as well as HTTP and HTTPS protocols, where requests can be forwarded to internal services by domain name.
frp also has a P2P connect mode. frp
pyCobaltHound is an Aggressor script extension for Cobalt Strike which aims to provide a deep integration between Cobalt Strike and Bloodhound.
pyCobaltHound strives to assists red team operators by:
- Automatically querying the BloodHound database to discover escalation paths opened up by newly collected credentials.
- Automatically marking compromised users and computers as owned.
- Allowing operators to quickly and easily investigate the escalation potential of beacon sessions and users.
To accomplish this, pyCobaltHound uses a set of built-in queries. Operators are also able to add/remove their own queries to fine tune pyCobaltHound’s monitoring capabilities. This grants them the flexibility to adapt pyCobaltHound on the fly during engagements to account for engagement-specific targets (users, hosts etc..). pyCobaltHound
CVE-2022-21972 is a Windows VPN Use after Free (UaF) vulnerability that was discovered through reverse engineering the
raspptp.syskernel driver. The vulnerability is a race condition issue and can be reliably triggered through sending crafted input to a vulnerable server. The vulnerability can be be used to corrupt memory and could be used to gain kernel Remote Code Execution (RCE) or Local Privilege Escalation (LPE) on a target system. CVE-2022-21972: Windows Server VPN Remote Kernel Use After Free Vulnerability
Intellectual property is a meme.
The basis for this introduction will be a challenge from the hxp2020 CTF called “kernel-rop”. There’s (obviously) write-ups for this floating around the net (check references) already and as it turns out this exact challenge has been taken apart in depth by (ChrisTheCoolHut and @_lkmidas), for part two I’ll prepare a less prominent challenge or ignore those CTF challenges completely… So, this here very likely won’t include a ton of novelty compared to what’s out there already. However, that’s not the intention behind this post. It’s just a way for me to persist the things I learned during research and along the way to solving this one. Another reason for this particular CTF challenge is its simplicity while also being built around a fairly recent kernel. A perfect training environment :)! Learning Linux kernel exploitation - Part 1 - Laying the groundwork and Learning Linux kernel exploitation - Part 2 - CVE-2022-0847
Don’t confuse stone-age people for the type of primitive mindless brutes that modern day humans have become, people who rely on nature cannot afford mindless distractions and rampant stupidity because nature does not leave space for ignorance.
Rorschach (from the Watchmen universe) is an incredibly morally righteous and self motivated hero willing to stubbornly stand for his ideals literally in the face of literal super-humans and billionaire ubermensch. And in the end he wins despite dying because of how steadfast he was.
Small bash script to install and setup environment in Android emulator. Android Pentest Setup Environment
i remember being 16 and asking my hot sister to fart in a jar for me because my mates at school said they would pay $50 for her fart in a jar and she agreed to do it. i didn’t end up going through with it though because the guilt of exploiting my sister like that began to weigh heavily on me. i kept the jar for myself.
So many questions.
A FREE comprehensive reverse engineering tutorial covering x86, x64, 32-bit ARM & 64-bit ARM architectures. Reverse Engineering tutorial
One place for all the default credentials to assist the pentesters during an engagement, this document has a several products default credentials that are gathered from several sources.
Most of the credentials are extracted from the changeme, routersploit and Seclists projects. Default Credentials Cheat Sheet
Generate a bunch of malicious pdf files with phone-home functionality. Can be used with Burp Collaborator or Interact.sh
Used for penetration testing and/or red-teaming etc. I created this tool because i needed a third party tool to generate a bunch of PDF files with various links. Malicious PDF Generator
Trojans from the
Trojan.AndroidOS.Jockerfamily can intercept codes sent in text messages and bypass anti-fraud solutions. They’re usually spread on Google Play, where scammers download legitimate apps from the store, add malicious code to them and re-upload them to the store under a different name. The trojanized apps fulfill their original purposes in most cases, and the user won’t suspect they are a source of threats.
To bypass vetting on Google Play, the Trojan monitors whether it’s gone live. The malicious payload will remain dormant while the app is stalled at the vetting stage. Mobile subscription Trojans and their little tricks
“Raspberry Robin” is Red Canary’s name for a cluster of activity we first observed in September 2021 involving a worm that is often installed via USB drive. This activity cluster relies on
msiexec.exeto call out to its infrastructure, often compromised QNAP devices, using HTTP requests that contain a victim’s user and device names. We also observed Raspberry Robin use TOR exit nodes as additional command and control (C2) infrastructure.
Like most activity clusters we track, Raspberry Robin began as a handful of detections with similar characteristics that we saw in multiple customers’ environments, first noticed by Jason Killam from Red Canary’s Detection Engineering team. We saw Raspberry Robin activity as far back as September 2021, though most related activity occurred during or after January 2022. As we observed additional activity, we couldn’t find public reporting to corroborate our analysis, aside from some findings on VirusTotal that we suspected were related based on overlap in C2 domains. Raspberry Robin gets the worm early
Sophos webmin portal auth bypass and rce all in one script; The vulnerability affects Sophos Firewall v18.5 MR3 (18.5.3) and older. CVE-2022-1040-sophos-rce-poc
Avast’s “Anti Rootkit” driver (also used by AVG) has been found to be vulnerable to two high severity attacks that could potentially lead to privilege escalation by running code in the kernel from a non-administrator user. Avast and AVG are widely deployed products, and these flaws have potentially left many users worldwide vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Given that these products run as privileged services on Windows devices, such bugs in the very software that is intended to protect users from harm present both an opportunity to attackers and a grave threat to users. Vulnerabilities in Avast And AVG Put Millions At Risk
Google isn’t a search engine anymore but some kind of an index of promotional websites.
In February 2022 we observed the technique of putting the shellcode into Windows event logs for the first time “in the wild” during the malicious campaign. It allows the “fileless” last stage Trojan to be hidden from plain sight in the file system. Such attention to the event logs in the campaign isn’t limited to storing shellcodes. Dropper modules also patch Windows native API functions, related to event tracing (ETW) and anti-malware scan interface (AMSI), to make the infection process stealthier.
Besides event logs there are numerous other techniques in the actor’s toolset. Among them let us distinguish how the actor takes initial recon into consideration while developing the next malicious stages: the C2 web domain name mimicking the legitimate one and the name in use belonging to the existing and software used by the victim. For hosting the attacker uses virtual private servers on Linode, Namecheap, DreamVPS. A new secret stash for ‘fileless’ malware