Category: Tutorials

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PenTest Edition: Using Shodan to Locate Internet-Connected Devices (Webcams, Servers, Routers, and More)

With Shodan, there's no hiding on the Internet. Shodan is a search engine that allows users to locate devices that are connected to the Internet, such as webcams, routers, servers, traffic lights, baby monitors, SCADA systems, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and so forth. Shodan began back in 2009 as a small project created by ...

PenTest Edition: Cracking Strong WPA2 Wi-Fi Passwords Using Fluxion

Fluxion Is The Future! Fluxion is accurately just a Wi-Fi analysis tool that comes with a list of very useful penetration testing programs, such as Aircrack-ng, Aireplay-ng, Airodump-ng, awk, bully, curl, dhcpd, hostapd, lighttpd etc. It is a remake of linset by vk496, available on Github. Unlike many other Wi-Fi analysis tools that use a dictionary ...

PenTest Edition: Capture Images That Network Users Are Looking at Using Driftnet and WebSploit

WebSploit is an advanced MitM framework of penetration testing tools used to assess wired/wireless network security, web vulnerabilities, and exploitation techniques. This demonstration uses the network/mitm module to set up a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attack between the target and the gateway in addition to using Driftnet to steal any unencrypted (and possibly encrypted) images that the ...

PenTest Edition: Cracking Wi-Fi Passwords with Aircrack-ng

Aircrack-ng is a suite of wireless penetration testing tools used to assess the security of Wi-Fi networks, specifically through various monitoring, attacking, testing, and cracking methods that you'll learn here. Aircrack-ng is compatible with various IEEE 802.11 standards, which is great, but it will only work if you're wireless NIC supports "monitor" mode. If you ...