Friday, 22 April 2011

NetBruteScanner (hack tools)

NetBrute scans a range of IP addresses for shared resources that have been shared via Microsoft File and Printer Sharing. In addition, any SMB compatible shared resources will show (i.e. Samba Servers on a Unix/Linux machine). It is to be used by system administrators or home users to see what types of resources are shared and to warn the computer users if any unsecured resources are displayed.
Ideally, only folders and printers should be shared if it is intended for the whole world to access them. If the folders and printers are not intended for the whole world, then passwords should be applied to the resources. 

WebBrute attempts a brute force userid and password attack on an HTTP Authenticated web site that is using "Basic Authentication". It is to be used by webmasters or system administrators to test the strength of their userid and password scheme on Basic Authenticated web sites.
Ideally, all passwords will be at least eight characters long and won't be: proper names, any word found in the dictionary, or completely numeric.
WebBrute allows the user to provide a text file list of users as well as a password list ("dictionary" file). All passwords from the dictionary file will be used for each username in an attempt to gain access to a specified Web URL.

PortScan scans for listening TCP ports. TCP Servers of various types, such as an FTP Server, Mail Server, Telnet server, and a Web Server, generally allow users to connect to them by listening for connections on certain ports. When a client computer attempts to connect to the listening port, then the server accepts a connection and the service is ran.

Click to download

No comments:

Post a Comment