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  1. EncDecFiles.ps1 Author: (c) 2017 by QDBA Version 1.0 Description EncDecFiles.ps1 is a powershell script to Encrypt / Decrypt a powershell (or any other) file with AES. You can use it to obfuscate your powershell script, so AV Scanner doesn't detect it. Usage: EncDecFiles.ps1 < -Encrypt | -Decrypt > # encrypt or decrypt a file < -In Filename > # Input File [ -Out Filename ] # Output File [ -Pass Password ] # Password Example 1 - encdecfiles.ps1 -In c:\test.ps1 -encrypt Encrypts File c:\test.ps1 with password "hak5bunny" encrypted file is c:\test.enc Example 2 - encdecfiles.ps1 -In c:\test.ps1 -encrypt -pass secret Encrypts File c:\test.ps1 with password "secret" encrypted file is c:\test.enc Example 3 - encdecfiles.ps1 -In c:\test.ps1 -encrypt -Out c:\encrypted-file.aes -pass Secret Encrypt a File c:\Test.ps1 with password "Secret" encrypted file is c:\encrypted-file.aes Example 4 - encdecfiles.ps1 -In c:\Test.enc -decrypt Decrypt a encrypted file c:\test1.enc to c:\test1.ps1 with default password "hak5bunny" How to run the encrypted powershell script In the Script "Run_Script_Example.ps1" you see an example how to load and execute the encrypted Script. Load the encrypted script to a variable. Than execute the function Run with the variable and a password Download https://github.com/qdba/MyBashBunny/tree/master/Other/EncDecFiles
  2. Salutations Hak5, I'm S0AndS0 a long time watcher (and big fan) of the various shows that have been made available by the Hak5 teem. What is shared here maybe thought of as a "tricky treat" for the holiday. https://github.com/S0AndS0/Perinoid_Pipes The above project has been documented in detail (because we've heard that the show hosts of Hak5 like that out of project authors) and as of latest local & remote tests is operating as expected. Simply put this project facilitates common encryption & decryption options of GnuPG via a named pipe (similar to anonymous pipes `|` but addressable via file path) and a customized listening loop that parses incoming data. Think of it as a *short-cut* for operations involving public key crypto; for example of normal encryption echo "some secret" | gpg -a -e user@email.host >> out.file And for comparison an example of encrypting via named pipe file echo "some secret" > /var/log/named.pipe This allows any service to utilize encryption by way of output redirection; logging daemons, web host logging, and/or your own custom services. So far three usage scenarios have been written but we're hoping that with this communities' help we can write at least two more together; perhaps a guide on using this tool with Rubber Ducky to automatically encrypt data off a target to either a second storage device or to the Ducky it's self. Notes for beginners; If you (the reader) are new or unfamiliar with encryption via GnuPG then ya may want to start with the documents in above code repo that begin with `Gnupg_` after coming to terms with the options available then check the script's help documentation via the following commands chmod u+x Paranoid_Pipes ./Paranoid_Pipes --help Use the output from above to modify your next commands, add `--help` at the end to check your settings prior to committing to them. Easy as pie. Notes for Moderators; If this has been posted in the wrong section please move or notify the OP's author to move it to the proper section. This tool has been shared with the this community in the hopes that readers will find it useful but without warranties of any kind. Notes for Show Hosts; If you wish to include this tool within a publication then you have permission, prematurely given, to utilize any of the tools found in the above code repository for either your own projects or for featuring the main project itself.
  3. My brother got some ransomware on his phone. I would just encrypt and factory reset a couple of times. But I can't access anything on the phone. Any time I try to open up settings it just pops up this fake FBI thing. I need something like DBAN but for an android phone. The only other device I can see it being able to boot from is the micro sd card. But can this thing network boot. Is there a way to boot android any kind of recovery mode? I don't really phones all that good. Ok so I figured out how to boot into safe mode and factory reset the thing. But hey, are there some other nifty ways of gaining access and wiping? Like say I wanted to install ubuntu phone or kali nethunter. There always seems to be some old phones just taking up space in a drawer around here.
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