The Google Hacking Diggity Project is a research and development initiative dedicated to investigating the latest techniques that leverage search engines, such as Google and Bing, to quickly identify vulnerable systems and sensitive data in corporate networks. The project page contains downloads and links to our latest Google Hacking research and free security tools. Defensive strategies are also introduced, including innovative solutions that use Google Alerts to monitor your network and systems.
The SharePoint Hacking Diggity Project is a research and development initiative dedicated to investigating the latest tools and techniques in hacking Microsoft SharePoint technologies. The project page contains downloads and links to our latest SharePoint Hacking research and free security tools. Assessment strategies are designed to help SharePoint administrators and security professionals identify common insecure configurations and exposures introduced by vulnerable SharePoint deployments.
Firecat is a penetration testing tool that allows you to punch reverse TCP tunnels out of a compromised network. After a tunnel is established, you can connect from an external host to any port on any system inside the compromised network, even if the network is behind a NAT gateway and/or strict firewall.
Create MD4 and MD5 hash collisions using groundbreaking new code that improves upon the techniques originally developed by Xiaoyun Wang. Using a 1.6 GHz Pentium 4, MD5 collisions can be generated in an average of 45 minutes, and MD4 collisions can be generated in an average of 5 seconds.
The Metasploit Anti-Forensics Project, originally created by our team and now maintained by the community, seeks to develop tools and techniques for removing forensic evidence from computer systems. This project includes a number of tools, including Timestomp, Slacker, and SAM Juicer, many of which have been integrated in the Metasploit Framework.