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Set your Alfa card AWUS036H to the max 1000 mW

Set your Alfa AWUS036H to 1000 mW

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Leets there have been New Exciting Updates for your favourite pwning tool metasploit. This weekly update brings ten new modules, which include exploits for PHP and Java, S40, various PHP applications, Apache Struts, Citrix, and the GIMP. This update also adds the pcAnywhere data protocol module to the regular menu of Bruteforce-able protocols, and resolves  [ Read More ]

Captcha Intruder: Captcha Pentesting Tool

Dear leets this tools looks promising. Just have look at its video and see what can be done against website security check point Captchas. Captcha Intruder is an automatic pentesting tool to bypass captchas.   Installation Code runs on many platforms. It requires Python and the following libraries: python-pycurl – Python bindings to libcurl python-libxml2  [ Read More ]


Coverage by :- Wajih Bokhari You do not have to be Julian Assange (Wiki Leaks) or James Bond (007) carrying out “On Her majesty Secret Service” by alternating Bedroom Scenes with Spying which left audiences at the end of the Day wondering which was the greater Service of the two. Well, do not blame me  [ Read More ]

There is no other great news in the world except the news of our favourite linux distro “Backtack”. Backtrack 5 R2 has been released. Like always the Team backtrack has worked hard to deliver much more improved and a fastest version than ever before. It has a custom built kernel of version “3.2.6” with best  [ Read More ]

Dear L33ts checkout this amazing new article from our l33t author “Thom Hastings” . If you have an Android Tablet and always wanted to install backtrack on it then this post is definitely for you. Enjoy. Have you ever wanted to try BackTrack on your ARM Android device? By following these easy steps, you can  [ Read More ]

Xplico Network Forensic Analysis Tool

Xplico is an open source Network Forensic Analysis Tool (NFAT) that allows for data extraction from traffic captures. It supports extraction of mail from POP, IMAP, and SMTP, can extract VoIP streams, etc. This is the version that has a GUI allowing you to view photos, texts and videos contained in MMS messages. Changes: SQLite  [ Read More ]

Installing TOR (the onion routing) proxy on Back|track:

Dear l33ts, Check out this great post from our l33t author “Aniket Napster”. # TOR on Back|Track: # With Polipo & Vidalia I. Preface. I put this together due to it being difficult to install TOR properly on Back|Track. While there are other methods used, I personally found this more grounded than others for my  [ Read More ]


POUND – REVERSE-PROXY AND LOAD-BALANCER The Pound program is a reverse proxy, load balancer and HTTPS front-end for Web server(s). Pound was developed to enable distributing the load among several Web-servers and to allow for a convenient SSL wrapper for those Web servers that do not offer it natively. Pound is distributed under the GPL – no warranty, it’s free to  [ Read More ]

KBeast (Kernel Beast) Linux Rootkit 2012

KBeast (Kernel Beast) 2012 is a Linux rootkit that hides the loadable kernel module, hides files and directories, hides processes, hides sockets and connections, performs keystroke logging, has anti-kill functionality and more. Developed By:- IPSECS Download KBeast (Kernel Beast) Linux Rootkit 2012 now