MitM pentesting opensource toolkit
Operative Systems Suported are: Linux-ubuntu, kali-linux, backtack-linux (un-continued), freeBSD, Mac osx (un-continued) Netool its a toolkit written using 'bash, python, ruby' that allows you to automate frameworks like Nmap, Driftnet, Sslstrip, Metasploit and Ettercap MitM attacks. this toolkit makes it easy tasks such as SNIFFING tcp/udp traffic, Man-In-The-Middle attacks, SSL-sniff, DNS-spoofing, D0S attacks in wan/lan networks, TCP/UDP packet manipulation using etter-filters, and gives you the ability to capture pictures of target webbrowser surfing (driftnet), also uses macchanger to decoy scans changing the mac address. Rootsector module allows you to automate some attacks over DNS_SPOOF + MitM (phishing - social engineering) using metasploit, apache2 and ettercap frameworks. Like the generation of payloads, shellcode, backdoors delivered using dns_spoof and MitM method to redirect a target to your phishing webpage. recent as introducted the scanner inurlbr (by cleiton)
We describe a simple XML format to share text documents and annotation
A minimalist approach to share text documents and data annotations. Allows a large number of different annotations to be represented. Project files contain: - simple code to hold/read/write data and perform sample processing. - BioC-formatted corpora - BioC tools that work with BioC corpora BioC goals - simplicity - interoperability - broad use - reuse There should be little investment required to learn to use a format or a software module to process that format. We are interested in reuse, and we focus on common NLP tasks that are broadly useful for textmining.
Appscript is a high level, user-friendly Apple event bridge that allows you to control scriptable Mac OS X applications from Python, Ruby and Objective-C. Appscript makes these languages a serious alternative to AppleScript for automating your Mac.
A wiki containing bot source code and libraries for mediawiki bot developers.
A set of Open Web standards
Example code visible for any public tutorials I create.
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