sitecheck : Modular web site spider for web developers.

Spiders a website and logs many common problems including missing resources (HTTP 400), server errors (HTTP 500), slow pages, looping redirects, missing meta tags, duplicate content and potential SQL injection/cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities.

Various informational modules are also available including the logging of email addresses, IP addresses, comments in the HTML, spelling mistakes, W3C validation errors, accessibility issues, and low scores on the Flesch Reading Ease test.

Features

  • Authentication by HTTP form submission
  • Suspend and resume
  • Download and save a site
  • Highly configurable with support for multiple profiles
  • Modular processing of responses
  • Checks for some common DNS issues
  • Includes inbound links from search engines

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Update Junkie the network sniffer v-2.2.0

Release Notes v-2.2.0 : Faster deadlock detection. Can replay pcaps in a loop. Can now pass nettrack values to a guile action. More documentation (in doc/). Support for multi-line HTTP headers. Guile files are pre-compiled before installation (see ./configure –help)


Junkie is a real-time packet sniffer and analyzer. It is modular enough to accomplish many different tasks. It can be a helpful companion to the modern network administrator and analyst. Compared to previously available tools, junkie lies in between tcpdump and wireshark. Unlike tcpdump, its purpose is to parse protocols of any depth; unlike wireshark, though, it is designed to analyze traffic in real-time and so cannot parse traffic as completely as wireshark does. In addition, its design encompasses extendability and speed. It has a plug-in system and high-level extension language that eases the development and combination of new functionalities; threaded packet capture and analysis for handling of high bandwidth networks; and a modular architecture to ease the addition of any protocol layer. It is based on libpcap for portability, and well-tested on professional settings.
Download : https://github.com/securactive/junkie/zipball/release/2.2.0
Read more right here : https://github.com/securactive/junkie
Our port Before : https://seclist.wordpress.com/2012/02/14/junkiethesniffer-v1-5-0-released/

password420 : Strong Password Generator Online – Easy to remember Strong Passwords

A strong password should have;

Length – A strong password is atleast 10 characters or more in length.

Complexity – A strong password should not be words from dictionary, names and must be a combination of upper and lower case alphabets, numbers, special characters like $,@ etc

Variation – Change your passwords often atleast once every month

Variety – Do not use the same password in all the online sites.

But the problem is for humans to remember a strong password.

The project solves this by creating a password depot that allows the users to generate and retrieve their strong password using a userid and a 4 character passkey.
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DeepDigest – A file integrity checker, Similar to md5deep/sha256deep but in a GUI.

DeepDigest is a file integrity checker. It calculates hash values for selected files and allows the files to be verified against those values. Its GUI interface provides several features not found in similar programs. Roughly speaking, DeepDigest is a GUI version of md5deep/sha256deep.

Platform Unix/Linux

To use DeepDigest, a user first creates a “job”. This specifies the directory to be hashed and the hash algorithm to be used (MD5 or SHA-256). The results of a job run are saved to an archive file. Subsequent runs of the job are compared to this archive to determine which files have changed. New, deleted, renamed or moved files are also reported. The results view may be sorted, filtered and searched.

Results may be exported in csv format or to another installation of DeepDigest.

DeepDigest may be run from the command line and from scripts. The name of the job to be run is passed as a command line argument.

DeepDigest is written in C++ and uses the Qt libraries.

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The Network Diagnostic Tool (NDT) v-3.6.5 released.

 The Network Diagnostic Tool (NDT) is a client/server program that provides network configuration and performance testing to a users desktop or laptop computer. The system is composed of a client program (command line or java applet) and a pair of server programs (a webserver and a testing/analysis engine). Both command line and web-based clients communicate with a Web100-enhanced server to perform these diagnostic functions. Multi-level results allow novice and expert users to view and understand the test results.

 

Hardware Requirements

The NDT system does not place a tremendous set of demands on a host. The question is: can it operate in the environment specified by the network administrator? the primary client is located on a campus with an Ethernet, WiFi, or Fast Ethernet

network connection, then a low-powered server would suffice. If the primary serve Gigabit Ethernet-connected hosts, transcontinental, or international more powerful host will be required.

Minimum requirements for a campus only server are:

•500 MHz Intel or AMD CPU

•64 MB of RAM

•Fast Ethernet

If you can purchase a new or better machine, an optimal server for the future

•2 GHz or better processor

•256 MB of RAM

•Gigabit Ethernet

Disk space is needed for executables and log files, but there is no disk I/O during testing. Thus, any disk capable of holding the basic Linux operating suffice for a basic NDT server.

 

Software Requirements

Web100 enhancements that are needed are:

•Linux kernel

•User library

ther third-party software needed to compile source includes:

•Java SDK

•pcap library

•Client uses Java JRE (beware of versioning issues)

And, of course, the NDT source file – test engine (web100srv) requires root authority.

Installation GuideHow-To Setup your Own NDT Server

 

Download : ndt-3.6.5.tar.gz (1.4 MB)

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crackpkcs12 – Multithreaded program to crack PKCS#12 files (p12 and pfx extensions)

What is it?
crackpkcs12 is a tool to audit PKCS#12 files passwords (extension .p12 or .pfx). It’s written in C and uses openssl library.
It works on GNU/Linux and other UNIX systems.
His author is aestu and his license is GPLv3+ slightly modified to use openssl library.

How to install it?
You have to install libssl library. libssl is the package in Debian like distros and openssl in RedHat like distros.
For Debian like distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Backtrack, etc) you can download .deb packages. No compilation is needed.
For other GNU/Linux distros or UNIX systems you have to compile from sources. See next section.

How to compile it?
You have to install libssl development library. libssl-dev is the package in Debian like distros and openssl-devel in RedHat like distros.
Afterwards, you can follow the standard process:
tar -xf crackpkcs12*
cd crackpkcs12*
./configure
make
sudo make install

How to use it?
crackpkcs12 is able to perform two types of attack: Dictionary (no dictionary is provided) or brute force.
Use help message to read the params description:
crackpkcs12 -h
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jNetPort – Active monitoring tool and network status display

jNetPort is a complete Java based active monitoring tool and network status display. It includes a graphic user interface for multiple port scanner engines (including Nmap) with multitasking environment (allowing to do multiple scans at the same time), graphic ping tool, traceroute tool with worldwide IP location display, and a complete statistics section which allows to display plots and compare and save results.
NOTE: Jpcap and Nmap required.

 

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