Recent Posts

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General Discussions / Re: Just hello
« Last post by anton_gorodetsky on September 19, 2018, 11:22:37 PM »
Hello and welcome to the community! Hope you will enjoy with BackBox.  ;)
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General Discussions / Just hello
« Last post by sistemista.ninja on September 18, 2018, 08:56:30 AM »
Hi all,

Just passing by and saying hello to all.  New to the forum.

This is really a great distro and totally fell in love with it. Has my favourite windows manager, that's fast and reliable. Started using both in my virtual pentest lab and bringing it with me for my consultant job.

Oh, and I'm totally proud it's a Made in Italy project.

See you around, keep it up the great work.


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Tool Requests / Re: Tools update...
« Last post by anton_gorodetsky on September 16, 2018, 03:30:00 PM »
Sqlmap, Wifite, SSLScan, Nmap, Wireshark, Setoolkit, w3af

need to be updated... that's for now.
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General Discussions / BackBox Tools (v.5.2)
« Last post by anton_gorodetsky on September 15, 2018, 06:11:48 PM »
BackBox Linux 5.2 default installed tools


Information Gathering

-Network

arping
arp-scan
ike-scan
nbtscan
p0f
sslscan
Zenmap

-Web

dirsearch
knockpy
theharvester

Vulnerability assessment

-Web application

nikto
skipfish
ZAP

Exploitation

-Browser

BeeF


- Database

sqlmap

-Network

msfconsole (Metasploit)

-Web application


w3af
wpscan

Privilege escalation

-Password


   -Local

maskprocessor
chntpw
crunch
fcrackzip
john
Ophcrack
pdfcrack

   -Remote

fang
medusa
xHydra

-Sniffing

driftnet
dsniff
Ettercap
ngrep
sslsniff
sslstrip
tcpdump
Wireshark
yersinia

-Spoofing

arpspoof
dnsspoof

Maintaining access

-Tunneling

cryptcat
iodine
ncat
proxychains
ptunnel

-Web backdoors

weevely

Reverse engineering

binwalk
Dissy
flasm
GHex
nasm
radare2
wxHexEditor

Social Engineering

-Honeypots


thpot

-Toolkit

setoolkit

Stress Testing

-DoS

siege
slowhttptest

-Fuzzing


afl-fuzz

Automotive analysis


can-utils

Forensic analysis


-Acquisition

dfcfldd
ddrescue
Guymager

-Data recovery


foremost
photorec
rifuiti2
scalpel
testdisk

-Disc analysis

xmount

-File analysis

galleta
pasco
steghide
vinetto

-Forensic suites


autopsy

-Secure Delete

sdmem
sfill
srm
sswap

Malware analysis


-Executable

pyew
yara

-Memory

volatility

Mobile analysis


-Android

adb
apktool
dex2jar
fastboot
jd-gui

VoIP analysis

sipcrack

Wireless analysis


-Bluetooth

btscanner
hcidump
obexftp
ussp-push

-WiFi

   - Cracking

aircrack-ng
bully
pixiewps
pyrit
reaver
wifite

   - Scanning

kismet
wash

Miscellaneous

hping3
ndiff
nping
scapy










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Hardware Support / Re: Backbox on eMMC won't boot
« Last post by harviedusty on September 13, 2018, 11:50:59 AM »
Nice
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Hi, airgeddon combines aircrack and other tools to automatize processes that doing manually could get some time to the user. For example, it can create 5 types of evil twin attacks on which you should set up a lot of different stuff like interface config, access point, DoS, DHCP, routes and in some cases a captive portal web or a sniffer!, and then everything is dismantled easily just clicking a button. Another interesting feature is the own pin db for wps attacks and the integration of some known pin generation algorithms to automatize wps attacks. The wep "all-in-one" attack will save you a lot of time launching all the possible stuff over the AP and collecting quickly the enough data to crack it instead of trying manually each attack one by one until find the attack that works for your concrete case. The DoS pursuit mode is a unique feature non present in other tools, with that, using a secondary interface a lot of time can be saved too avoiding the channel hopping of a target AP. The same for the almost developed (they are at 80%) enterprise attacks, helping the user parsing the logs to get quickly the captured hashes, etc.

There are so many other "more standard" features on which you are going to save only how to launch a couple of commands but a good point is that everything is integrated in a very robust framework on which everything is validated and on which you are going to be informed about all the events.

So if I should summarize what is this this tool for, I can say that definitely is a real time saver for pentesters.

Cheers.
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again, let me go back to original question I have had asked.

from what I see it relays on aircrack suite and BackBox already comes with aircrack suite, what is so special that your tool does that aircrack doesn't beside being collection of other tools, in terms of functionality?

it is a duplicate to me and we don't include dupes in BackBox. We will be choosing either your tool or aircrack and given the size of aircrack project I don't think it is the case for us to opt for this tool.

We are not really interested in the facts that other distros have included your tool.

Essentially what is that your tool do better than wifi-tools that we already have in BackBox?

The feedback/answer for the last question should come from you and it shouldn't be us studying your tool so if you want to help us, pls provide brief feedback.

I am still waiting for some feedback from the community users as well so we will see by then.
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General Support / Re: Asus Rog Laptop Support
« Last post by ostendali on September 11, 2018, 11:41:48 PM »
you need to provide more details, a screenshot or something, also using ctrl+f2 to f4 combinations you will be able to see the logs of where and why it stuck, if you don't provide these details a little we can do for you i am afraid....
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Great, let me know if finally are interested to include it. I can put some examples about how other Linux distributions created their packages:

BlackArch: https://github.com/BlackArch/blackarch/blob/master/packages/airgeddon/PKGBUILD
Parrot Security: https://dev.parrotsec.org/parrot/airgeddon
ArchStrike: https://github.com/ArchStrike/ArchStrike/blob/master/archstrike/airgeddon-git/PKGBUILD

There you can see the dependency packages and how they change the var "auto_update=1" to "auto_update=0" in order to let the airgeddon updates to the respository itself. Thank you and regards.
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General Support / Asus Rog Laptop Support
« Last post by privatefound on September 08, 2018, 10:37:00 AM »
HI :) i'm new here... i need some support... I'm tryng to install backbox on an Asus Rog laptop... booted from usb but still stuck on logo... how can i fix?

Sry for bad eng..