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Archive for August, 2012

pWeb Suite Version 1.1 Released (Google Code)

Friday, August 17th, 2012

pWeb Suite on Google Code

The new update includes new include files, and xssPlay with all new added features! Enjoy!


xssPlay Updates

Friday, August 10th, 2012

Updates! I added some new functionality thanks to the suggestions of M33b0. First, the application now crawls all links embedded into pages if the ‘-r’ argument is specified at runtime. Also, you can randomly choose a new User Agent for each http request! This will severely falsify and ruin “data” in http access/error logs. You can randomly choose mobile, standard, or any. IN THE EXAMPLE IMAGES BELOW, I DID NOT HACK WT4.COM. I SIMPLY CHANGED MY /ETC/HOSTS FILE TO REFLECT WT4.COM AS LOCALHOST SINCE MY HOSTNAME IS WT4 The pWeb Suite has been updated to have three new files in it also, two html files for the new output logs for xssPlay, and one new file that is filled to the rim with User Agents :)

That’s a sweet looking output, if I do say so my damned self.

There’s the new arguments, there will be a few more to come.

There’s the new “html” output. I got this idea from Havij. Each link goes to the defaced page.


Gears of War Judgment Widget

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

I have updated the code and images for the Android application or Gears of War 3 Countdown to reflect the new People Can Fly / EPIC version of Gears of War Judgment – due out March 2013. These changes should take effect soon, here is the link to my Google Developer for Android page.


Hakin9 IT Security Magazine Partnership

Monday, August 6th, 2012

Today WeakNet Labs has accepted a partnership with Hakin9 Magazine! Wikipedia

Hakin9 is payable weekly magazine totally devoted to IT security. It covers techniques of breaking into computer systems, defense and protection methods, tools and latest trends in IT Security.

Back when I was a technician for my university, I was following hakin9 magazine closely and would pick it up in the local book store. Their articles on malware analysis were the absolute most technical and thorough at the time. Disassembling exe files, network analysis of running malware, and much more, their articles took me on a long never ending adventure. It was a sad day when I couldn’t find the latest issues any longer in the store. Along with this partnership, I will be writing something for them in the future as well.