So I needed pycrypto for some AES bits I was doing.

Unfortunately I was playing in windows so it wasn’t as easy as apt-get install.

Download pycrypto from here. Once downloaded extract it and then you’ll need to run ‘python build’. Unfortunately python 2.7.5 looks for visual studio 2007 so you need to trick it into using the version of visual studio you having installed, in my case… Continue reading

So, when you don’t have metasploit or ruby in your environment and you need to run pattern_create.rb what do you do?

Well if you’ve got Python available you simply rewrite the code in python.

Here’s the code (it’s used in exactly the same way as the metasploit version of pattern create):

12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334353637383940414243444546474849505152#!/usr/bin/env python # Author: phillips321 # Site: # Version 0.1 # Credits: metasploit project # About: Replicates msf… Continue reading

So after using csharp to inject shellcode I wanted to see what other languages were able to directly write to and call memory locations.

As I’ve been working my way through The SecurityTube Python Scripting Expert course I decided it made sense to see if it was possible with python.

A quick google found me a href=”” target=”_blank”>this post by Debasish. FULL credit for this work goes to Debasish, this post is purely… Continue reading

So I got bored this evening and decided to write a quick and simple python SSH bruteforcer (I wanted to learn how to use paramiko).

It takes the dictionary in a user:pass format.

It’s not the most efficient as it uses a sleep (300ms) function, if i get the time to play i’ll use some form of thread queuing to ensure that you can throttle the requests. Might also be… Continue reading

So I’ve slowly been working my way through Security Tubes Python Scripting Expert (SPSE) course. But, I’ve not liked the way the python interpreter doesn’t have tab completion. After a little bit of digging I found the following so wanted to make sure I made a note of it and shared it with others.

Create a file in your home directory called .pyrc and insert the following lines into it:… Continue reading