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------------------------------------ | Thad0ctor's Word List Toolkit | ------------------------------------ | | | version #: v1.4 | | | | created by: thad0ctor | | | | created on: 24-Jul-12 | | | | created for: Backtrack 5R2 | | | ------------------------------------ --------------------------|Background|----------------------------- -Recently my interest in network security and pen-testing has been increasing and with that my so has curiosity about the tools and functionality of the Backtrack Linux Distro. To best understand Backtrack it is essential to have a solid grasp of bash scripting. That being said, in order to best learn the ins and outs of shell scripting and the critical functions that drive Backtrack I decided to create this script to serve both as a learning experience for me and as a valuable tool for others looking to secure their networks. -This script was created due to a lot of hard work and free time while serving on a deployment in Afghanistan. If you enjoy this script and want to support it do not hesitate to donate, thanks! ------------------------|Special Thanks|--------------------------- -This script would have never been possible without the examples inspiration and 3rd Party tools provided by: - Tape's Wordlist Manipulator and Datelist - Middle's Wordlister - Purehate's Wordlist Tools - slydgotcha and his word list manipulator -All these a great scripts that come highly reccomended and are surely essentials for anyone trying to streamline their use of wordlists. The authors have my highest praise and thanks! -------------------------|Requirements|---------------------------- -This scripts requires Backtrack 5 Linux based on Ubuntu, although it has not been tested on other DISTROS it could work with the proper configuration -In order to run this script you will need the following programs: -zenity -policygen -crunch -find -cat -sed -grep -pyrit (for the benchmarks) -aircack-ng (for the benchmarks) -pdftotext -cewl.rb -cupp.py -dictstat.py -maskgen.py -policygen.py -unzip -awk -tr -wc -paste -rev -gnome-terminal -nautilus -file -wget -xmlstarlet -script -System wise I would recommend a minimum of a dual core setup with 2 GB of RAM in addition to at least 50 GB of HDD space if you plan on making some word lists. --------------------------|FAQ / Usage|---------------------------- Q: What is all this Both / GTK / CLI / PT stuff I see in the menus? A: What you are seeing is info that describes the special features of the tools of the script. GTK denotes that the function has GUI prompts while CLI means the function is command line only. Both means the function has both prompts or CLI features depending on how the script is configured. PT means that that feature of the script has the ability to passthrough its word list output to a cracking program so you do not have to create a large word list. Whether or not this happens depends on how the script is configured. Q: How do I toggle between the CLI and GTK versions of the script/ A: Most of the script's menus have a function (T/t) that allows you to toggle between the two versions of the script but you can also force the script to a certain version in the configuration menu to prevent the prompt that appears every time you run the script. Q: How do I use the passthrough attack feature? A: Since v0.6 there are two ways you can use the attack passthrough feature for certain functions of the script. If you prefer to manually update the settings you can open up the script itself (LAUNCH_TOOLKIT.sh) and update lines 41 and 44 with the essid and capture file of the network you would like to attack. Or, you can edit the settings directly from the configuration menu while running the script. Currently this feature doesn't have a GTK feature to facilitate the configuration. Q: What is the deal with the debug info? A: The debug info (although not fully implemented yet) is designed to help troubleshoot potential user issues by allowing them to compare their log files and debug information to a set standard online to ensure they have the newest, un-adultered version of the script. Q: Where can I find the latest version of this script and discuss any issues and or ideas pertaining to the script? A: I do my best to update and post to my thread on the Backtrack forums at: www.backtrack-linux.org/forums/showthread.php?t=49222 or at the script Sourceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/thad0ctorstools --------------------------|Disclaimer|----------------------------- -This script is not to be used for any illegal activities. It was designed with the premise of securing your own personal networks. If any of the tools on this script were able to generate passwords that you use I would highly suggest you create a new, more complex password to secure your networks. -The author of this script is in no way responsible for any misuse of this script or damage resulting from the use of this script. -------------------------|Contact Info|---------------------------- -If you have any suggestions, comments, bugs to report, questions or concerns about this script feel free to get in touch with me at thad0ctor at overclocked dot net. -I'm working on setting up a blog in addition to a SVN repository to provide automatic updates of this script in addition to a place for users to come voice their opinions, check out other resources and even learn about other security topics. Granted, I am not an expert at Linux or network security but I assure you, as I learn more so will you! -------------------------------------------------------------------
Source: README.txt, updated 2012-08-04