For my CS 460 Security Lab final project I made a simple web platform for keeping track of machines on a network and their open ports.
A live version with a few example scans can be found here:
Log in with username “email@example.com” and password “test”
The git repository can be found here:
I’ve been doing a lot of consulting work over the last year, it has since taken off more than what I can handle. So on June 5th 2017, I decided to formalize my business into Stackend Solutions LLC. I hired employees and set up payroll for some additional help.
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I started a concept called “OurMarket.” It is basically a stock market for valuing concepts and ideas. Check out the alpha version here:
Keep in mind the pilot for the project has not launched yet, so there is little data actually in the system (no market history yet).
A really short run through on a real life example of total remote password and session cookie theft from a *locked* windows 7/8/10 computer.
Cracking windows password remotely
Stealing all of chrome login data and cookies
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This one had me scratching my head. To my own disbelief, I gained full access to a Facebook account I had no username/password to, and I will tell you how it happened.
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- Listens on channels 1, 6, and 11 simultaneously
- Only logs plaintext http traffic and wpa handshakes
- Logs into organized timestampted files
- Starts logging on boot without any interaction
- Scans for 60 seconds all networks around into csv file
- 24/7 uptime capable
What’s not to like?
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In the movies you might have seen those devices spys place to sniff a computers network connection by sitting in the middle of their ethernet connection. I thought this would be cool to do and it turned out to be super easy to do with the right commands on a raspberry pi. There are also some awesome very practical uses for something so low cost and cheap to run like this.
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My internet went out the other day, and while I could just use my laptop over a mobile hotspot, I kinda just felt like using my desktop. So, since my desktop doesn’t have wifi, and I wanted to take the challenge, I decided to try getting an Ethernet connection over the 4G hotspot. The idea was this, essentially extending a wifi network to Ethernet:
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A common practice for public facing servers is to have a totally separate network for the public facing servers so in the event of unauthorized privileged execution, the attacker won’t be able to access the precious internal network resources. This concept is called a DMZ (de-militarized zone). I decided to set this up myself because I love networking and it is something I always wanted to try. I configured and set it all up in a virtualized Xen environment on my 2 1U rack servers.
The Idea was simple, set something up like this:
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I made this new Word Press website to make it much easier for me to make new posts of my latest projects. Instead of having to manually create a html page, I can do a much better job detailing my projects through this website.
Here is the old website still fully functioning