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  1. Hello all, I'm currently in my last year of a "Networking & Security" study in The Netherlands. To finish my education I'm currently working on a graduation project where I'm looking to set-up a "system" that, when a SALT state has been altered, runs this on a test machine which then runs a security compliance scan (based on predefined baselines (like SCAP or XCCF)) or a vulnerability (CVE's) scan on the "new" configuration. For this I've been looking at existing tools that perform these types of scans (OpenSCAP, CIS-CAT, Nessus, OpenVas), but I was wondering if any of you know possible other tools I could use/try out for this purpose (preferably free/open-source). tl:dr: I'm looking for tools (preferably free/open-source) that are able to scan a system for compliance/vulnerability based on standards like SCAP, XCCF, CVE or others. thx! -Jop
  2. I just completed my Masters in COmputer Application. i want to learn ethical hackin all the way as its my passion and my interest. i like to hack things, find vulnerabilites and solve them. but my problem is i dont know where to start, how to pursue and what all to learn. i have good programming skills like java, python,c, mysqla dn javascript. i know basics of networking and operating system. can anyone help me .? it would mean a lot to me.? i want to become a ethical hacker and thats my ultimate goal..!!!
  3. Hi all, im undergoing a project to determine which penetration testing tools are better suited for information gathering when using Kali to attack a Metapsloitable 2 machine and a Windows XP SP3 machine. All of this research and testing is focusing on users with limited knowledge who may be just starting out in terms of testing tools. The three tools that were chosen to compare were Nmap, Unicornscan and Dmitry and the returned results were as follows: Metasploitable 2 Windows XP Nmap 23 3 Dmitry 8 2 Unicornscan 20 3 The results above showed the open ports that were found by scanning the IP address of the target machine as well as services that are running and also the version. So in my mind Nmap looks to be the better option but with the limited knowledge that i have would i be wrong to say Nmap is the better tool for the job or do the others offer other benefits which i am not seeing? Any feedback would be most welcome.
  4. Hi, I'm looking for a way to test payloads in virtual machines. Unfortunately I'm failing by now... I tried to start the payload scripts with LED B sleep 10 before setting the BashBunny to an attack mode. The idea was that I have 10 sec to connect the device to the virtual machine. But it doesn't seem to work... Payload pauses (LED isn't Blue) and then runs script without me having the chance to connect it to the vm... Has anybody a idea or uses the BashBunny with VMs for testing?
  5. Hello. I am new to this forum so if this thread needs to be moved somewhere else, please let me know. Sorry in advance. I have built a hacking lab for testing purposes. I have a target router which leads to a MitM device and a switch. The switch connects two target machines and a hacking machine. I want to supply internet access to the two target machines by connecting the router to my main router, thus giving it internet access (currently the router is not supplying internet). I have heard it is a bad idea to give labs internet access (for obvious reasons). Is there a safe and secure way of doing this that doesn't raise a high/moderate change of comprising the network outside of my hacking lab? I have heard of people using VPNs to secure their network. I just haven't really seen it done in this aspect. Any advice in doing this would be super great! Thanks.
  6. Hello All, Not sure how I missed it but only just started to an interest into WiFi pineapple and it is AWESOME! Caut the new Let's Code and really stoked seeing the dev in my favourite languages PHP and AngularJS. Have added the Pineapple to my cool list and will getting the Nano ASAP. Have a question I have had for a while, looking for a spectrum analyser for testing a client's house/office. Was looking at WiSpy but $1159 is bit steep for something I might only need a once or twice a year. Any suggestions recommendations ? I have WiFi analyser on my Android, which is great for simple channel testing (to a point) but I really need to check the spectrum and look for interference and signal strength in key areas. Thanks, happy to be hear :)
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