P4wnP1 update time guys and this time it is the P4wnP1 v0.1.0-alpha1, the first pre-built image! It has almost been a year since I last posted about this Raspberry Pi based, customizable USB attack platform and yet, what an update! Read on! Read more about UPDATE: P4wnP1 v0.1.0-alpha1
Continuing with my current interest with Raspberry Pi based security tools again. My last post was about P4wnP1. This post is about FruityWiFi an open source tool that helps you with wireless network auditing. Read more about FruityWifi: An Open Source Wireless Network Auditor
As of now, hardware security projects seem to be attracting me more than software based projects. Evidently, I wrote a few posts covering them - List of Portable Hardware Devices for Penetration Testing, List of Raspberry Pi DIY Projects for Anonymity, etc. among other awesome projects such as WarBerryPi, Kubebot. Another project is fast becoming my favourite - P4wnP1. This Read more about P4wnP1: A Open Source USB Attack Platform
No matter what part of the world you live in, I'm sure that you must have at least heard about the latest Bluetooth attack making rounds - BlueBorne. I'm also sure that if you have a vulnerable device and you have some time until your vendor releases a patch remediating this vulnerability. If this is the case, then this post is for you as this post discusses the different ways Read more about How to: Protect Systems From BlueBorne Attacks?
As PowerShell becomes more prevalent in the Windows environment, so will it's use for vulnerability assessment and penetration tests. I have covered a few of them earlier such as PowerSploit, PSAttack. However none of the ones I mentioned help you detect network vulnerabilities. That is set to change with NetworkRecon, a script that helps you find anomalies in observable Read more about NetworkRecon: PowerShell to Identify Network Vulnerabilities!