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Intergrating pentesting Applications in OWSAP ZAP.

The OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) is an easy to use integrated penetration testing tool for finding vulnerabilities in web applications.

It is designed to be used by people with a wide range of security experience and as such is ideal for developers and functional testers who are new to penetration testing as well as being a useful addition to an experienced pen testers toolbox. 572 more words

LINUX

Mac OSX - How to open a port

Lets say you want to check if port 1234 is open, run the following command in the terminal. nmap is not available on mac osx by default.You can install it with Homebrew, my preferred package manager for mac osx. 138 more words

Mac

How to find the connected ip address' in your network

It is very easy to find which all computers (or any other network devices) are connected to your private network from a gnu/linux computer. There are many way to find this. 36 more words

Gnu/linux Tips

RDP Cert Scan with nmap

We recently had a red team where we had a lot of RDP endpoints, but not many other endpoints. We had some time pressure, so we looked to see if nmap had a script (we didn’t see one) and wrote a python script that grabbed the cert names. 257 more words

Pentest

NMAP - network mapper

My toolbox consists of many tools to support me in my daily work. I got everything from small Python and Ruby scripts to fully fledged tools like Nessus and alike. 541 more words

Security

Using NMAP to Scan your Printer

The other day when I was casually searching for my wireless printer I noticed a WebService URL in the Printer search box!

It was a bit of a surprise to me – I poked around and realized there was a WebServer (httpd) running on the Printer and it supported WS-Print specification from Microsoft! 216 more words

Hacking

Finding RaspberryPI's in a Network

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sometimes you need to connect your raspberry pi to the network and you don’t have a monitor or access to the router to view the assigned by DHCP ip address. 52 more words

RaspberryPI