Zer0Byte

Geekiest Techno News

Archive for the ‘USB Tools’ Category

How the Raspberry Pi USB Malware Scanner Works

Rasberry Pi Handheld USB Malware Scanner by icaruslabs.cysecurity.org

This article by “Icarus Cyber Labs” Explains the technical working of their newly created USB Malware Scanner. The core aspect of the malware scanner is a python script that continuously polls for USB devices. The polling is done by continuously checking the output of the “blkid” command in Linux. This can also be accomplished by using the  [ Read More ]

Xenotix KeylogX Keylogger For Firefox

Xentix keylogx

Check out this neet tool from www.xenotix.co.cc This is a firefox addon which keylogs every thing. Logs can Be retrieved By pressing “alt + x” . A very simple and effective addon. Screenshot 1 Screenshot 2 (typing In FF) Screenshot 3 (press “alt + x ” and a password prompt will be displayed) Note:- Password is  [ Read More ]

Zer0byte’s Open Source Wifi Scanner

zer0 Byte Open Source wifi scanner

If you watched the Security Tube’s vide0 Creating Wireless Backdoors (Swse Addendum 2)  and also looking for answer to the Lab exercise where vivek wants to see if you can come up with wifi scanner ? then your search is over :p. Coincidently  I was also working on a Wifi scanner Just before the video release, whose original source code  [ Read More ]

WEBsecurify

G33ks this is the most easiest web application testing tool i have ever used. Using this sec App is like using google chrome :p. Just type in the target url and press the launch button rest is all automated. I was surprised to see how simple and how powerful this tool is can be. It  actually carries  [ Read More ]

Windows Passwords Gone In 3 Seconds !!!

Windows Passwords Gone in 3 Seconds

Hello Fellow g33ks, I have created a batch script file using Password Extracting tools created by Nirsoft. Password Extracting  tools by nirsoft support extra “Command Line Options” which helps in extracting contents which are normally password to text, html xml etc formats. This bat file automates the process of extracting passwords so that you don’t waste  [ Read More ]

Owasp Mantra for Chrome Download Now!!!

mantra chrome

The developers of the great project ‘OWASP MANTRA‘ has now released a crazy widows based extension for chrome. According to their post on forums We are proud to announce the OWASP Mantra MoC ( Mantra on Chrome ) pre alpha release. Well, its not even half baked. Expect nothing more than just a pack of  [ Read More ]

Things I Always Carry in my USB Drive

USB Apps i carry all the time

B3ing a full time g33k is not easy at all :p . The re@s0n i am saying this is that noobz are everywhere in this plan3t and these  noobz talk shit alot which most of the time they don’t understand themselves. They Talk just cuz they have to. They talk just to make  the real  [ Read More ]

matriux krypton

Now thunder cats logo with power of hulk :p The Matriux is a phenomenon that was waiting to happen. It is a fully featured security distribution consisting of a bunch of powerful, open source and free tools that can be used for various purposes including, but not limited to, penetration testing, ethical hacking, system and network administration, cyber forensics investigations, security testing, vulnerability analysis, and  [ Read More ]

MATRIUX Linux Security Distribution

matriuxFeaturebg

The Matriux is a phenomenon that was waiting to happen. It is a fully featured security distribution consisting of a bunch of powerful, open source and free tools that can be used for various purposes including, but not limited to, penetration testing, ethical hacking, system and network administration, cyber forensics investigations, security testing, vulnerability analysis,  [ Read More ]

UNetbootin Download Now !!!

unetbootinFeaturebg

UNetbootin allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for Ubuntu, Fedora, and other Linux distributions without burning a CD. It runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. You can either let UNetbootin download one of the many distributions supported out-of-the-box for you, or supply your own Linux .iso file if you’ve already downloaded  [ Read More ]