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Welcome to the new issue of Hakin9 dedicated to open source tools. Last year we released the first edition of this project, and presented several of the most popular tools. This year, due to popular demand we decided to publish a second edition and invited even more creators to present their open source project.
Each tutorial was written by the creator of the tool. They aimed to prepare something understandable and easy to follow for you – however if you will have any questions, their contact information is presented in the articles. Every tool can be found on GitHub (links provided too), so if you want to support the author or submit an issue, feel free to do it!
We would also like to thank all authors, developers, and creators for participating in this project. We appreciate it a lot. If you like this publication you can share it and tell your friends about it! Every comment means a lot to us. Thank you!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Developing an automated tool using Bash Scripting for OSINT
by Sahil Tikoo
mitm6 – compromising IPv4 networks via IPv6
CoffeeMiner: Hacking WiFi to inject cryptocurrency miner to HTML requests
by Arnau Code
Web Application Audit Framework
by Momo Outaadi (m4ll0k)
“Writing is the art of cutting words”. I believe this applies well to programming as well. If you write code, remember to cut lines, keep it as simple as possible and avoid redundancy – this should be a continuous goal.
Interview with Felipe Daragon, creator of Syhunt and Huntpad
An Advanced Web-Crawler and DirBuster
by Mahdi Makhdumi
OWASP Mth3l3m3nt Framework
by Munir Njiru
Automated Pentest Recon Scanner
the application that does not mince words
Analyze wireless packets on the fly
by Shameer Kashif
I didn’t find the tool I wanted on the internet, so I decided to make my own.
Interview with Mohammed, creator of WpCrack
ESP8266 Deauther 2.0
Scan for WiFi devices, block selected connections, create dozens of networks and confuse WiFi scanners!
by Stefan Kremser
RF was something I didn’t see sufficient penetration testing information on but essential for me to know while testing devices, so I created my own tool and learning material.
Interview with Olie Brown, creator of RFCrack
Covert Execution in Linux
by @emptymonkey and @stygianblu
by Paul-Emmanuel Raoul
by Ivens Portugal, K4YT3X