Jan
5
2014

Hack All The Things : BASH Scripting Will Save Your Life

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I recently started writing beginner friendly articles for a Central Florida infosec club out of the University of Central Florida (GO KNIGHTS!) named Hack@UCF. After writing this article for them I decided to cross-post it onto my own blog to help any budding young readers I may have with getting a skill I consider to […]

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Nov
25
2013

Sharing My Email List

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Something I noticed quite a while back was that people like to use email addresses, or variations thereof, as their passwords. For example, someone with the email address of hacktalkisawesome@gmail.com could use the password “hacktalkisawesome” or numerous mutations thereof. Because of this I decided to start collecting email addresses that were disclosed as part of database leaks. I’m sharing that list with you all today for free :)

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Nov
24
2013

Habbo.nl Hacked?

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Two hours ago a post was made to pastebin that caught my attention; a post that made me wonder if Habbo.nl (the Netherlands site for the popular game HabboHotel) had been hacked.

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Oct
11
2013

Kingcope Gone Rogue?

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A recent slew of tweets and pastes has me wondering if Kingcope has gone rogue or if his “good guy” reputation is just a front.

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Oct
8
2013

[Guest Post] Taters’ War Story

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Taters of Hacking Localhost and Taskkill /IM me shares a guest post with us today about one of his consulting war stories. Read more after the fold

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Aug
21
2013

Protip: Cracking ALL The Hashes

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It never fails that I’ll get a partially cracked hash list from someone and realize that a lot of hashes remain and primarily due to the fact that a whole group of hash algorithms has been missed. This article will go over how I combat missing out on a hashing algorithm in place and often […]

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Aug
20
2013

Just Some Honeypot Results

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This is just a short post to share some results of running a honeypot for a few weeks in hopes of finding out the usernames and passwords people are using for bruteforcing to better gain an understanding of how password cracking and bruteforcing are being employed by live attackers.  

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Jul
12
2013

Hash Cracking Practice 0×04

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Wow… last week was pretty hard and those hashes definitely kicked my ass. I focused primarily on the sha1(md5()) passwords and that’s what I’ll be providing here along side some new MD5s.

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Jul
2
2013

browserSnarf.vbs

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browserSnarf.vbs is just a quick script I wrote up to aid in exfiltration tests where you want to exfiltrate the password stores for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome for offline analysis. Download after the fold   Download: http://hacktalk.net/browserSnarf.vbs   browserSnarf isn’t intended to actually get the plaintext passwords for you so you’ll have to […]

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