Badass is a pack of tools to mess with systems and networks. It's a helping program for lammers, skiddies, and various other peoples with no computer skills at all. Programmed in Ruby/Perl/Python and oriented to GNU/Linux Debian, Ubuntu, Backtrack systems and their derivatives. It is free, licensed under GNU/GPLv3.
If you want to report errors, give feedback and new code or ideas, contact the author blass[at]sdf [d0t] lonestar [d0t] org
* Decryption/Encryption Tools
Base64 Encoder & Decoder
Multi-Digest (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, RIPEMD-160)
Hash Password Cracker (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, RIPEMD-160)
* Network Tools
TCP port scanner
DNS and host gathering
Admin login page finder
* Badass ToolBox
do this first:
[cc lang="bash"]apt-get install hping3 nmap tcpdump wapiti[/cc]
[cc lang="bash"]gem install net-ssh
gem install optiflag
gem install net-http[/cc]
[cc lang="bash"]ruby badass.rb [/cc]
And the author mentions something about install errors / usage:
"In the file (badass.rb) you have some configuration lines to mess with.
Look at it, if you have problems or you want to change something. Again you are on your own.
If you don't understand something or you have questions, this mean you are stupid and
I DON'T CARE!"
OpenSSH is a FREE version of the SSH connectivity tools that technical users of the Internet rely on. Users of telnet, rlogin, and ftp may not realize that their password is transmitted across the Internet unencrypted, but it is. OpenSSH encrypts all traffic (including passwords) to effectively eliminate eavesdropping, connection hijacking, and other attacks. Additionally, OpenSSH provides secure tunneling capabilities and several authentication methods, and supports all SSH protocol versions.
SSH is an awesome powerful tool, there are unlimited possibility when it comes to SSH, heres the top Voted SSH commands:
For unknown reasons the guys from my work place limited the access to facebook.com, youtube.com and a hole lot of bunch of websites using a very powerful firewall (fortinet).
Well this is OK if you like to work 24/7. Also it helps the company from having its computers infected with malware, spyware, viruses and etc.
I do not encourage you to do this at work as you can get you're ass fired. This tutorial is only for educational purpose only.
Yes, you can use shitty browser proxy like hidemyass.com. <- anyone commenting this will have its entire IP class banned.
Now that we got things cleared let me show you how to do it.
Go to TorVPN and create an account. Read your email and activate your account.
Login. Click SSH Access and then Click here to get a free SSH account (for 1 month)
Good. Now you have ssh access to vpn.torvpn.com.
At ssh server enter vpn.torvpn.com
At ssh port enter 22
enter your username and password from torvpn.com at username and password
Mark Enable Dynamic SOCKS and enter as port 10000
Click on the Tunnels tab
Enter 10000 at Local
Click the status tab, if everything is ok it should have [21:00:50 03/18] Connection is stable
Open it. (its a idiot proof tutorial)
type about:config in the address bar and find network.proxy.socks_remote_dns; modify its value to true
Open Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> Network -> Settings and Check the “Manual proxy configuration” radio button .
At SOCKS Host enter localhost and Port 10000. Leave the rest blank (do not check Use this proxy for all protocols).
Hit ok, ok.
Restart Palemoon. enjoy.
Yes, you can use Firefox (I use Firefox for normal work traffic, we don't wanna raise any suspicion on our all of the sudden low traffic)
Yes you can connect to yahoo messenger as well just download Pidgin install it, open it, hit ctrl+p, click proxy.
Select proxy type: Socks5, address localhost, port 10000. Add your Yahoo, MSN, etc account. connect.
If you don't want the guys that operate the network to see the DNS request then add first the DNS servers from Google (220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168) then the company DNS. link
If port 22 is blocked by your company's firewall buy a vps and run openssh-server on port 443 (default port for https)
If you don't have access to install applications on your work PC then download the portable versions of those programs to a USB drive.
Thats all! Enjoy!