Category Archives: Pentesting

BackBox 4.0 Released

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Backbox is a Linux distribution that can be used for several security purposes like penetration testing, incident handling or intelligence gathering. New version BackBox 4.0 have been released with additional applications and update to improve functionality. New features include: Preinstalled

DSploit Android Toolkit for Security Testing

dSploit is a very comfortable tool that you can install on Android to run a pentest or network security assessment. The toolkit allows fingerprinting the remote operating systems and identifying different hosts, scans the network for system vulnerabilities and performing

Watcher Web passive vulnerability scanner

Web applications are one of the most targeted systems as they are directly exposed to internet. There is no web server without serious vulnerabilities, it is enough that you open exploit DB where you will find how it is simple

Kali Linux Advanced Offensive Distribution

The penetration testing distribution BackTrack has changed its name to Kali and moved from Ubuntu based operating system to Debian. Kali can be used for penetration testing and security assessment different systems. It is completely similar to what BackTrack provides

Weevely 1.1 – PHP Webshell

Weevely – is a PHP webshell that provides SSH connection to manage website remotely. it can be used as a backdoor system to PoC during a pentest or a web shell to manage legit web accounts. The shell consists of

BackBox 3.05 – Penetration Testing Distribution!

Over this week the Linux Foundation announced a new distribution for BackBox Linux 3.05, which contains the kernel of Linux 3.2. This distribution is similar to backtrack and comes to test the security level of a system. According to the

HookME 0.2 – API Spying Tool

Hooking API calls on operating system allows to intercept useful information, new release of HookMe have been issued to add more stability to the application , a way to choose what API functions to hook and some fixes to the