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30 Σεπτεμβρίου 2017

WordPress Core = 4.7.4 Potential Unauthorized Password Reset (0day)

Discovered by: Dawid Golunski (@dawid_golunski)
- dawid[at]legalhackers.com
ExploitBox.io (@Exploit_Box)

- CVE-2017-8295
- Release date: 03.05.2017
- Revision 3.0
- Last update: 04.05.2017
- Severity: Medium/High


WordPress Core <= 4.7.4 Potential Unauthorized Password Reset (0day)


"WordPress is a free and open-source content management system
(CMS) based on PHP and MySQL.

WordPress was used by more than 27.5% of the top 10 million
websites as of February 2017. WordPress is reportedly the
most popular website management or blogging system in
use on the Web, supporting more than 60 million websites."



Wordpress has a password reset feature that contains a vulnerability which
might in some cases allow attackers to get hold of the password reset link
without previous authentication.
Such attack could lead to an attacker gaining unauthorised access to a
victim's WordPress account.


The vulnerability stems from WordPress using untrusted data by default
when creating a password reset e-mail that is supposed to be delivered only
to the e-mail associated with the owner's account.

This can be observed in the following code snippet that creates a From
email header before calling a PHP mail() function:

------[ wp-includes/pluggable.php ]------


if ( !isset( $from_email ) ) {
// Get the site domain and get rid of www.
$sitename = strtolower( $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] );
if ( substr( $sitename, 0, 4 ) == 'www.' ) {
$sitename = substr( $sitename, 4 );

$from_email = 'wordpress@' . $sitename;



As we can see, Wordpress is using SERVER_NAME variable to get the hostname of
the server in order to create a From/Return-Path header of the outgoing password
reset email.
However, major web servers such as Apache by default set the SERVER_NAME variable
using the hostname supplied by the client (within the HTTP_HOST header):


Because SERVER_NAME can be modified, an attacker could set it to an arbitrary
domain of his choice e.g:


which would result in Wordpress setting the $from_email to


and thus result in an outgoing email with From/Return-Path set to this
malicious address.

As to which e-mail header the attacker would be able to modify - From or
Return-Path, it depends on the server environment. As can be read on
The From header sets also Return-Path under Windows.

Depending on the configuration of the mail server, it may result in
an email that gets sent to the victim WordPress user with
such malicious From/Return-Path address set in the email headers.

This could possibly allow the attacker to intercept the email containing the
password reset link in some cases requiring user interaction as well as without
user interaction.

3 _separate_ example scenarios (both the ones that require victim interaction
and those that do not) include:

1 * Attacker can perform a prior DoS attack on the victim's email account/server (e.g by
sending multiple large files to exceed user's disk quota, attacking the DNS server etc)
in order to prevent the password reset email from reaching the victim's account and bounce
back to the malicous sender address that is pointed at the attacker (no user interaction required)


2 * Some autoresponders might attach a copy of the email sent in the body of the
auto-replied message (no user interaction required)


3 * Sending multiple password reset emails to force the user to reply to the
message to enquiry explanation for endless password reset emails.
The reply containing the password link would then be sent to attacker. (user interaction required)




If an attacker sends a request similar to the one below to a default Wordpress
installation that is accessible by the IP address (IP-based vhost):

-----[ HTTP Request ]----

POST /wp/wordpress/wp-login.php?action=lostpassword HTTP/1.1
Host: injected-attackers-mxserver.com
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Content-Length: 56



Wordpress will trigger the password reset function for the admin user account.

Because of the modified HOST header, the SERVER_NAME will be set to
the hostname of attacker's choice.
As a result, Wordpress will pass the following headers and email body to the
/usr/bin/sendmail wrapper:

------[ resulting e-mail ]-----

Subject: [CompanyX WP] Password Reset
From: WordPress
X-Priority: 3
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit

Someone requested that the password be reset for the following account:


Username: admin

If this was a mistake, just ignore this email and nothing will happen.

To reset your password, visit the following address:



As we can see, fields Return-Path, From, and Message-ID, all have the attacker's
domain set.

The verification of the headers can be performed by replacing /usr/sbin/sendmail with a
bash script of:

cat > /tmp/outgoing-email


Upon a successfull exploitation, attacker may be able to reset user's password
and gain unauthorized access to their WordPress account.


All WordPress versions up to the latest 4.7.4


No official solution available. As a temporary solution users can enable
UseCanonicalName to enforce static SERVER_NAME value


This issue has been reported to WordPress security team multiple times
with the first report sent back in July 2016. It was reported both directly
via security contact email, as well as via HackerOne website.

As there has been no progress in this case , this advisory is finally
released to the public without an official patch (0day).




Vendor site:





Discovered by

Dawid Golunski
dawid (at) legalhackers (dot) com


Thanks to BeyondSecurity for help with contacting the vendor.


03.05.2017 - Advisory released, rev. 1

04.05.2017 - Revision 2. Updated description/scenario section to highlight that
scenarios are independent of each other and include ones that require
victim interaction (such as a manual reply) and ones that do not
(such as email account DoS leading to automatically bounced email by the receiving server)

04.05.2017 - Revision 3. Updated 'solution' section to clarify and highlight numerous
resolution attempts (both via direct WordPress security email contact and via HackerOne)


ExploitBox.io is coming soon.
Subscribe at https://ExploitBox.io to stay updated and be there for the launch.


The information contained within this advisory is supplied "as-is" with
no warranties or guarantees of fitness of use or otherwise. I accept no
responsibility for any damage caused by the use or misuse of this information.

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12 Ιουλίου 2017

1,000+ usernames and passwords leaked for #OpRussia.


 teaser passwords:

 00b9843464e9c35007bf5824b8114453 (Z11iCZ7324)
 01d599755e63287dffcbbb20ebbf0feb (zEwZUjO34) 


 usernames: !!!Farm!!! 
!angel! !Pharmacy! 0ut0fhead 1encereal1 2help 

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30 Ιουνίου 2017

Password Cracker - Bρείτε τους ξεχασμένους σας κωδικούς πρόσβασης

Η εφαρμογή Password Cracker είναι πολύ μικρή σε μέγεθος και θα σας βοηθήσει να βρείτε τους ξεχασμένους κωδικούς σας πρόσβασης στα πιο δημοφιλή προγράμματα περιήγησης.

Απαιτήσεις συστήματος: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10

LINK: http://www.amlpages.com/pwdcrack.shtml

via: thegreeksenergy.com
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22 Ιουνίου 2017

Password generator

<?php $alpha = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz"; $alpha_upper = strtoupper($alpha); $numeric = "0123456789"; $chars = ""; if (isset($_POST['length'])){ // if you want a form like above if (isset($_POST['alpha']) && $_POST['alpha'] == 'on') $chars .= $alpha; if (isset($_POST['alpha_upper']) && $_POST['alpha_upper'] == 'on') $chars .= $alpha_upper; if (isset($_POST['numeric']) && $_POST['numeric'] == 'on') $chars .= $numeric; if (isset($_POST['special']) && $_POST['special'] == 'on') $chars .= $special; $length = $_POST['length']; }else{ // default [a-zA-Z0-9]{9} $chars = $alpha . $alpha_upper . $numeric; $length = 9; } $len = strlen($chars); $pw = ''; for ($i=0;$i<$length;$i++) $pw .= substr($chars, rand(0, $len-1), 1); // the finished password $pw = str_shuffle($pw); echo $pw; ?>
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31 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

Hacking Resources


Application Logic

06/18/2013 - https://labs.spotify.com/2013/06/18/creative-usernames/ - Creative usernames and Spotify account hijacking
06/26/2013 - Hijacking a Facebook Account with SMS - https://whitton.io/articles/hijacking-a-facebook-account-with-sms/
03/25/2014 - Phabricator Bypass auth.email-domains - https://hackerone.com/reports/2233
05/15/2016 - The Bank Job - https://boris.in/blog/2016/the-bank-job/
05/19/2016 - InstaBrute: Two Ways to Brute-force Instagram Account Credentials - https://www.arneswinnen.net/2016/05/instabrute-two-ways-to-brute-force-i...
06/06/2016 - Trello bug bounty: Payments informations are sent to the webhook - https://hethical.io/trello-bug-bounty-payments-informations-are-sent-to-...
06/07/2016 - Pwning Pornhub (memcache) - https://blog.zsec.uk/pwning-pornhub/
07/01/2016 - Magento – Re-Installation & Account Hijacking Vulnerabilities - http://netanelrub.in/2016/07/01/magento-re-installation-account-hijackin...
08/08/2016 - Free way to Facebook Freebooting | Hacking Rights Manager - http://www.7xter.com/2016/08/free-way-to-facebook-freebooting.html
08/16/2016 - Google Chrome, Firefox Address Bar Spoofing Vulnerability - http://www.rafayhackingarticles.net/2016/08/google-chrome-firefox-addres...
08/18/2016 - How I hacked an Android App to Get Free Beer - https://breakdev.org/how-i-hacked-an-android-app-to-get-free-beer/
09/02/2016 - Response To Request Injection (RTRI) - https://www.bugbountyhq.com/front/latestnews/dWRWR0thQ2ZWOFN5cTE1cXQrSFZ...


04/27/2016 - Microsoft Office 365 SAML Bypass - http://www.economyofmechanism.com/office365-authbypass.html
04/28/2016 - Slack bot token leakage exposing business critical information - https://labs.detectify.com/2016/04/28/slack-bot-token-leakage-exposing-b...
06/01/2016 - Taking over Heroku accounts - http://esevece.github.io/2016/06/01/taking-over-heroku-accounts.html
10/20/2016 - Slack, a Brief Journey to Mission Control - http://secalert.net/slack-security-bug-bounty.html
11/02/2016 - Bypassing Two-Factor Authentication on OWA & Office365 Portals - http://www.blackhillsinfosec.com/?p=5396


04/04/2016 - CSP: bypassing form-action with reflected XSS - https://labs.detectify.com/2016/04/04/csp-bypassing-form-action-with-ref...
12/16/2016 - Exploiting Misconfigured CORS (Cross Origin Resource Sharing) - http://www.geekboy.ninja/blog/exploiting-misconfigured-cors-cross-origin...


05/17/2016 - How I bypassed Facebook CSRF in 2016 - http://pouyadarabi.blogspot.ca/2016/05/how-i-bypassed-facebook-csrf-in-2...
19/07/2016 - Paypal bug bounty: Updating the Paypal.me profile picture without consent (CSRF attack) - https://hethical.io/paypal-bug-bounty-updating-the-paypal-me-profile-pic...
26/10/2016 - Google Spreadsheet Vuln - CSRF and JSON Hijacking allows data theft - https://www.rodneybeede.com/Google_Spreadsheet_Vuln_-_CSRF_and_JSON_Hija...

CSV Injection

29/01/2013 - Cell Injection: Attacking the End User Through the Application - http://blog.7elements.co.uk/2013/01/cell-injection.html
04/17/2016 - CSV Injection in business.uber.com - http://blog.daviddworken.com/posts/csv-injection-in-businessubercom/


08/23/2015 - Twitter HPP vulnerability unsubscribing from emails - http://www.merttasci.com/blog/twitter-hpp-vulnerability/
12/03/2015 - Parameter Tampering Attack on Twitter Web Intents - https://ericrafaloff.com/parameter-tampering-attack-on-twitter-web-intents/
02/02/2016 - Bypassing Digits web authentication's host validation with HPP - https://hackerone.com/reports/114169

Host Header Injection
09/06/2016 - Internet Explorer has a URL Problem - http://blog.innerht.ml/internet-explorer-has-a-url-problem/
10/24/2016 - Combining Host Header Injection and Lax Host Parsing Service Malicious Data - https://labs.detectify.com/2016/10/24/combining-host-header-injection-an...


06/23/2016 - UBER HACKING: HOW WE FOUND OUT WHO YOU ARE, WHERE YOU ARE AND WHERE YOU WENT! - https://labs.integrity.pt/articles/uber-hacking-how-we-found-out-who-you...
06/23/2016 - Facebook's Bug - Delete any video from Facebook - http://www.pranavhivarekar.in/2016/06/23/facebooks-bug-delete-any-video-...
08/25/2016 - How I Could Have Hacked Multiple Facebook Accounts - https://medium.com/@gurkiratsingh/how-i-could-have-hacked-multiple-faceb...
11/22/2016 - You get a UUID! You get a UUID! Everybody gets a UUID! - http://www.rohk.xyz/uber-uuid/

Information Disclosure

12/21/2016 - Disclosing the primary email address for each Facebook user - http://www.dawgyg.com/2016/12/21/disclosing-the-primary-email-address-fo...


04/18/2016 - ESEA Server-Side Request Forgery and Querying AWS Meta Data - http://buer.haus/2016/04/18/esea-server-side-request-forgery-and-queryin...
02/23/2016 - FFMPEG File Disclosure - https://github.com/ctfs/write-ups-2015/tree/master/9447-ctf-2015/web/sup...
Trello Bug BOunty Access Servier Files Using Imagetragick - https://hethical.io/trello-bug-bounty-access-servers-files-using-imagetr...


04/25/2016 - Adapting AngularJS Payloads to Exploit Real World Applications - http://blog.portswigger.net/2016/04/adapting-angularjs-payloads-to-explo...

Reverse Engineering

04/19/2016 - Digging into a Facebook Worm -https://gist.githubusercontent.com/phwd/0ec21c6289543f35135e17aa11f7dec1...
07/01/2016 - How I Cracked a Keylogger and Ended Up in Someone's Inbox - https://www.trustwave.com/Resources/SpiderLabs-Blog/How-I-Cracked-a-Keyl...
11/14/2016 - Hacking Team Back For Your Androids - http://rednaga.io/2016/11/14/hackingteam_back_for_your_androids/

Relative Path Overwrite

03/21/2014 - Relative vs Absolute - http://www.thespanner.co.uk/2014/03/21/rpo/
02/17/2015 - Detecting and exploiting path-relative stylesheet import (PRSSI) vulnerabilities - http://blog.portswigger.net/2015/02/prssi.html
07/03/2016 - RPO Gadgets - http://blog.innerht.ml/rpo-gadgets/


07/06/2010 - Facebook XSS via Cross-Origin Resource Sharinghttp://maustin.net/2010/07/06/facebook_html5.html
02/14/2013 - How I got the Bug Bounty for Mega.co.nz XSS - https://labs.detectify.com/2013/02/14/how-i-got-the-bug-bounty-for-mega-...
04/22/2015 - XSS via Host header - www.google.com/cse - http://blog.bentkowski.info/2015/04/xss-via-host-header-cse.html
12/08/2015 - Creative bug which result Stored XSS on m.youtube.com - http://sasi2103.blogspot.ca/2015/12/creative-bug-which-result-stored-xss...
04/17/2016 - XSS in pypi (and Uber!) - http://blog.daviddworken.com/posts/xss-in-pypi-and-uber/
04/17/2016 - XSS in getrush.uber.com - http://blog.daviddworken.com/posts/xss-in-getrushubercom/
04/19/2016 - Using a Braun Shaver to Bypass XSS Audit and WAF - https://blog.bugcrowd.com/guest-blog-using-a-braun-shaver-to-bypass-xss-...
05/09/2016 - XSS and RCE, domain takeover with remote loaded JS - http://brutelogic.com.br/blog/xss-and-rce/
06/13/2016 - Embedding XSS in SVG files - http://bini.tech/wordpress-remote-upload-unrestricted-file-upload/
07/02/2016 - OneDrive: an easter egg into MS library - XSS on Microsoft and not only - https://luc10.github.io/onedrive-an-easter-egg-into-ms-library/
07/04/2016 - Apple and the 5 XSSes - http://strukt93.blogspot.ca/2016/07/apple-and-5-xsses.html
07/19/2016 - Instagram Reflected XSS in Link Shim - http://ameeras.me/Instagram-Reflected-XSS-in-Link-Shim/
07/19/2016 - Blind XSS in Spotify - https://mhmdiaa.github.io/jekyll/update/2016/07/19/blind-xss-in-spotify....
07/22/2016 - United to XSS United - http://strukt93.blogspot.ca/2016/07/united-to-xss-united.html
08/29/2016 - Turning Self-XSS into Good XSS v2: Challenge Completed but Not Rewarded - https://httpsonly.blogspot.ca/2016/08/turning-self-xss-into-good-xss-v2....
08/31/2016 - Breaching a CA – Blind Cross-site Scripting (BXSS) in the GeoTrust SSL Operations Panel Using XSS Hunter - https://thehackerblog.com/breaching-a-ca-blind-cross-site-scripting-bxss...
09/19/2016 - Combination of techniques lead to DOM Based XSS in Google - http://sasi2103.blogspot.ca/2016/09/combination-of-techniques-lead-to-do...
12/07/2016 - Stored XSS Affecting All Fantasy Sports on Yahoo - http://dawgyg.com/2016/12/07/stored-xss-affecting-all-fantasy-sports-fan...


06/25/2014 - Identifying Xml eXternal Entity vulnerability (XXE) in GPX files - http://blog.h3xstream.com/2014/06/identifying-xml-external-entity.html
03/21/2015 - XML External Entity (XXE) Injection in Apache Batik Library [CVE-2015-0250] - https://www.insinuator.net/2015/03/xxe-injection-in-apache-batik-library...
08/14/2015 - XXE ALL THE THINGS!!! (INCLUDING APPLE IOS’S OFFICE VIEWER) - https://labs.integrity.pt/articles/xxe-all-the-things-including-apple-io...


03/15/2015 - Parse.com - X-Forwarded-Host Injection - Bypass secure & HTTP_only Vulnerability - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yUw7rtTTeI

Remote Code Execution

12/09/2013 - Remote Code Execution exploit in WordPress 3.5.1 - https://tom.vg/2013/12/wordpress-rce-exploit/
02/15/2015 - RCE in Oracle NetBeans Opensource Plugins: PrimeFaces 5.x Expression Language Injection - http://blog.mindedsecurity.com/2016/02/rce-in-oracle-netbeans-opensource...
11/06/2015 - Java unserialization - https://foxglovesecurity.com/2015/11/06/what-do-weblogic-websphere-jboss...
11/12/2015 - XSS to Remote Code Execution with HipChat - http://maustin.net/2015/11/12/hipchat_rce.html
05/04/2016 - Remote Code Execution via ImageMagick - http://pastebin.com/aE4sKnCg (file)
05/10/2016 - Exploiting ImageMagick on Polyvore (Yahoo) - http://nahamsec.com/exploiting-imagemagick-on-yahoo/
07/22/2016 - Exploiting Java Deserialization via JBoss - https://seanmelia.wordpress.com/2016/07/22/exploiting-java-deserializati...
07/25/2016 - CVE-2016-5840: Trend Micro Deep Discovery hotfix_upload.cgi filename Remote Code Execution Vulnerability - http://www.korpritzombie.com/cve-2016-5840-trend-micro-deep-discovery-ho...
08/15/2016 - Jetbrains IDE Remote Code Execution and Local File Disclosure - http://blog.saynotolinux.com/blog/2016/08/15/jetbrains-ide-remote-code-e...
08/24/2016 - The Million Dollar Dissident - https://citizenlab.org/2016/08/million-dollar-dissident-iphone-zero-day-...
09/21/2016 - pwn them for learn -http://bugdisclose.blogspot.ca/2016/09/pwn-them-for-learn.html
10/26/2016 - Details on the Privilege Escalation Vulnerability in Joomla - https://blog.sucuri.net/2016/10/details-on-the-privilege-escalation-vuln...

Memory Related

5/13/2016 - 7-Zip vulnerabilities found by Talos - http://blog.talosintel.com/2016/05/multiple-7-zip-vulnerabilities.html

Source Code Disclosure

03/27/2016 - A tale of an interesting source code leak - http://secalert.net/#scl-soh
07/19/2016 - Accessing PornHub's SVN repo - https://hackerone.com/reports/72243
07/22/2016 - Twitter's Vine Source code dump - https://avicoder.me/2016/07/22/Twitter-Vine-Source-code-dump/
10/14/2016 - Importance of up-to-date application usage plus complex password OR from directory traversal to admin panel takeover - http://zuh4n.blogspot.ca/


12/20/2016 - Flickr from SQLi to RCE - https://pwnrules.com/flickr-from-sql-injection-to-rce/
07/25/2016 - SQL Injection on sctrack.email.uber.com.cn - https://hackerone.com/reports/150156

Subdomain Takeover

10/21/14 - Hostile Subdomain Takeover using Heroku/Github/Desk + more - https://labs.detectify.com/2014/10/21/hostile-subdomain-takeover-using-h...
12/08/14 - Hijacking of abandoned subdomains part 2 - https://labs.detectify.com/2014/12/08/hijacking-of-abandoned-subdomains-...
07/26/16 - Uber Subdomain Takeover - http://blog.eseccyber.tech/article/uber.html
09/05/2016 - How I was able to read Uber logs and internal emails - http://blog.pentestnepal.tech/post/149985438982/how-i-was-able-to-read-u...

HTML Injection

07/26/2016 - Keeping Positive – Obtaining Arbitrary Wildcard SSL Certificates from Comodo via Dangling Markup Injection - https://thehackerblog.com/keeping-positive-obtaining-arbitrary-wildcard-...


02/07/2014 - How I Hacked GitHub Again. - http://homakov.blogspot.ca/2014/02/how-i-hacked-github-again.html
07/20/2015 - Bypassing Google Authentication on Periscope's Administration Panel - https://whitton.io/articles/bypassing-google-authentication-on-periscope...
01/04/2016 - Bypassing callback_url validation on Digits - https://hackerone.com/reports/108113
02/29/2016 - Swiping Facebook Official Access Tokens - http://philippeharewood.com/swiping-facebook-official-access-tokens/
04/03/2016 - Obtaining Login Tokens for Outlook, Office or Azure (OAuth) - https://whitton.io/articles/obtaining-tokens-outlook-office-azure-account/
06/16/2016 - Bypass Disabled Client OAuth Login in Facebook Pages Manager App - http://philippeharewood.com/bypass-disabled-client-oauth-login-in-facebo...
10/13/2016 - CVE-2016-4977: RCE in Spring Security OAuth - http://secalert.net/#CVE-2016-4977


04/12/2015 - Shopify android client all API request's response leakage - https://hackerone.com/reports/56002
07/26/2016 - Odnoklassniki Android application vulnerabilities - https://hackerone.com/reports/97295

12/06/16 - Firefox - SVG cross domain cookie vulnerability - https://insert-script.blogspot.ca/2016/12/firefox-svg-cross-domain-cooki...

CTF Writeups

03/03/2013 - Unauthorized Access: Bypassing PHP strcmp() - http://danuxx.blogspot.ca/2013/03/unauthorized-access-bypassing-php-strc...
06/09/2016 - Hack in the Box 2016 – MISC400 Writeup (Part 1) - http://rileykidd.com/2016/06/09/hack-in-the-box-2016-misc400-writeup-par...
10/03/2016 - Hacking the Hard Way at the Derbycon CTF - https://labs.signalsciences.com/hacking-the-hard-way-at-the-derbycon-ctf...
BSides Ottawa CTF - Second Place! - https://blog.fletchto99.com/2016/october/bsides-ottawa/
2016 Hack the Vote - https://github.com/ctfs/write-ups-2016/tree/master/hack-the-vote-ctf-2016

XXE Payloads in iOS - http://en.hackdig.com/08/28075.htm
Burp Tutorials - https://vimeo.com/album/3510171
Facebook CTF - https://github.com/facebook/fbctf
SSRF Bible - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v1TkWZtrhzRLy0bYXBcdLUedXGb9njTNIJXa...
Jerry Gamblin Hacking Blog - http://jerrygamblin.com/category/hacking
Filedescriptor XSS Polygots - http://polyglot.innerht.ml/
prompt.ml XSS Challenge - https://github.com/cure53/XSSChallengeWiki/wiki/prompt.ml#hidden-level--1
Hacking with Unicode - https://speakerdeck.com/mathiasbynens/hacking-with-unicode-in-2016
Programming Practice (paid premium) - https://coderbyte.com/
Online CTF Practice challenges - https://backdoor.sdslabs.co
Nicolas Grégoire Burp Pro Tips - http://www.agarri.fr/docs/HiP2k13-Burp_Pro_Tips_and_Tricks.pdf
Open Security Training - http://opensecuritytraining.info/
OWASP Mutillidae II Web Pen-Test Practice Application - https://sourceforge.net/projects/mutillidae/
DNS - https://haxpo.nl/haxpo2015ams/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2015/04/D1-P.-M...
XSS without HTML: Client-Side Template Injection with AngularJS - http://blog.portswigger.net/2016/01/xss-without-html-client-side-templat...
File Upload XSS - http://brutelogic.com.br/blog/file-upload-xss/
CSV Injection Mitigations - https://blog.zsec.uk/csv-dangers-mitigations/
Comma Separated Vulnerabilities - http://www.contextis.com/resources/blog/comma-separated-vulnerabilities/
Running your own anonymous rotating proxies - http://blog.databigbang.com/running-your-own-anonymous-rotating-proxies/
Reviewing bug bounties - a hacker's perspective - http://www.skeletonscribe.net/2016/08/reviewing-bug-bounties-hackers.html
Practical HTTP Host Header Attacks - http://www.skeletonscribe.net/2013/05/practical-http-host-header-attacks...
Practice CTF List / Permanant CTF List - https://captf.com/practice-ctf/
lcamtuf's blog - https://lcamtuf.blogspot.ca/
Backup File Artifacts - http://blog.mazinahmed.net/2016/08/backup-file-artifacts.html
Unicode Character 'PILE OF POO' - http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/1F4A9/index.htm
Decompile and Recompile Android APK - https://blog.bramp.net/post/2015/08/01/decompile-and-recompile-android-apk/
Frans Rosen - Time Based Captcha Protected SQLi - http://www.slideshare.net/fransrosen/time-based-captcha-protected-sql-in...
CSP Is Dead, Long Live CSP! On the Insecurity of Whitelists and the Future of Content Security Policy - https://research.google.com/pubs/pub45542.html
How to View TLS Traffic in Android’s Logs - https://blog.securityevaluators.com/how-to-view-tls-traffic-in-androids-...
AngularJS Sandbox Escapes Explained - https://www.reddit.com/r/angularjs/comments/557bhr/xss_in_angularjs_vide...
Senate Republicans were skimmed for six months, quietly fix store - https://gwillem.github.io/2016/10/04/how-republicans-send-your-credit-ca...
Introduction to OSINT: Recon-ng Tutorial - https://strikersecurity.com/blog/getting-started-recon-ng-tutorial/
Exploiting CORS misconfigurations - http://blog.portswigger.net/2016/10/exploiting-cors-misconfigurations-fo...
Abusing Dorking and Robots.txt - http://sten0.ghost.io/2016/10/13/abusing-dorking-and-robots-txt/
Brute Logic XSS Challenge I - http://brutelogic.com.br/blog/xss-challenge-i/
How Google and Bing Protect their APIs - https://rudk.ws/2016/10/23/how-google-and-bing-protects-their-api/
Free Dev Books - https://devfreebooks.github.io/
IOS Application Security Review Methodology - http://research.aurainfosec.io/ios-application-security-review-methodology/
Anatomy of a Subtle JSON Vulnerability - http://haacked.com/archive/2008/11/20/anatomy-of-a-subtle-json-vulnerabi...
Finding XSS Slidedeck - http://slides.com/mscasharjaved/deck-13#/
XSS Polyglots - https://blog.bugcrowd.com/xss-polyglots-the-context-contest?utm_campaign...
Bypassing Saml 2.0 SSO - http://research.aurainfosec.io/bypassing-saml20-SSO/
Bypassing CSP using polyglot jpegs - http://blog.portswigger.net/2016/12/bypassing-csp-using-polyglot-jpegs.html
Facebook Graphql Crash Course - https://www.facebook.com/notes/phwd/a-facebook-graphql-crash-course/1189...
New XXSI Vector Untold Merits of nosniff - https://www.hurricanelabs.com/blog/new-xssi-vector-untold-merits-of-nosniff
Research papers

Minded Security Expression Language Injection Paper - https://www.mindedsecurity.com/fileshare/ExpressionLanguageInjection.pdf
Sandboxing JavaScript in the Browser - https://var.thejh.net/thesis_excerpt.pdf
Does The Online Card Payment Landscape Unwittingly Facilitate Fraud? - http://eprint.ncl.ac.uk/file_store/production/230123/19180242-D02E-47AC-...
Online Courses / Training

Cyber Security Base with F-Secure is a free course series by University of Helsinki - https://cybersecuritybase.github.io/
Vulnerable Web Applications for Learning - https://securitythoughts.wordpress.com/2010/03/22/vulnerable-web-applica...
Jame Kettle's hackxor - http://hackxor.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/index.pl#demo
Google XSS Game - https://xss-game.appspot.com/
Google DOM Based XSS - https://public-firing-range.appspot.com/address/index.html
Code Lab: Web Application Exploits and Defenses - https://google-gruyere.appspot.com/
Cheat Sheets

Path Traversal Cheat Sheet Linux - https://www.gracefulsecurity.com/path-traversal-cheat-sheet-linux/
XXE - https://www.gracefulsecurity.com/xxe-cheatsheet/
HTML5 Security Cheat Sheet - https://html5sec.org/
Brute XSS Cheat Sheet - http://brutelogic.com.br/blog/cheat-sheet/
MySQL SQL Injection Cheat Sheet - http://pentestmonkey.net/cheat-sheet/sql-injection/mysql-sql-injection-c...
AngularJS Sandbox Bypass Collection (includes 1.5.7) - http://pastebin.com/xMXwsm0N
Java Deserialization - https://github.com/GrrrDog/Java-Deserialization-Cheat-Sheet
Penetration testing tools cheat sheet - https://highon.coffee/blog/penetration-testing-tools-cheat-sheet/
OAuth - https://github.com/homakov/oauthsecurity
Burp How Tos


Sublist3r is python tool that is designed to enumerate subdomains of websites using search engines - https://github.com/aboul3la/Sublist3r
EyeWitness is designed to take screenshots of websites, provide some server header info, and identify default credentials if possible - https://github.com/ChrisTruncer/EyeWitness
Smart content discovery burp plugin with context awareness - https://github.com/pathetiq/BurpSmartBuster
An automated tool that checks for backup artifacts that may discloses the web-application's source code - https://github.com/mazen160/bfac

Recon-ng + Google Dorks + Burp = ... - https://averagesecurityguy.github.io/2016/10/21/recon-ng-dorks-burp/

Port Scanning
Resolve and quickly portscan a list of (sub)domains - https://github.com/melvinsh/subresolve

JD-GUI, a standalone graphical utility that displays Java sources from CLASS files. - https://github.com/java-decompiler/jd-gui
Mobile Security Framework is an intelligent, all-in-one open source mobile application (Android/iOS) automated pen-testing framework capable of performing static, dynamic analysis and web API testing - https://github.com/ajinabraham/Mobile-Security-Framework-MobSF
An xposed module that disables SSL certificate checking for the purposes of auditing an app with cert pinning - https://github.com/Fuzion24/JustTrustMe
Blackbox tool to disable SSL certificate validation - including certificate pinning - within iOS and OS X Apps - https://github.com/nabla-c0d3/ssl-kill-switch2
Android APK Tool - https://ibotpeaches.github.io/Apktool/
Android Dex2Jar - https://github.com/pxb1988/dex2jar

JPEXS Free Flash Decompiler - https://github.com/jindrapetrik/jpexs-decompiler
Flashbang, find theflashVars of a naked SWF and display them - https://github.com/cure53/Flashbang

Java Deserialization
A proof-of-concept tool for generating payloads that exploit unsafe Java object deserialization - https://github.com/frohoff/ysoserial

Password Cracking
John the Ripper - http://www.openwall.com/john/

Hash Cracking
Online Hash Crack - http://www.onlinehashcrack.com/
CyberChef - https://gchq.github.io/CyberChef/

Vulnerability SaaS
SSRF Detector - https://ssrfdetector.com/
XSSHunter - https://xsshunter.com

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11 Οκτωβρίου 2016

Password dictionaries, Leaked

Password dictionaries

These are dictionaries that come with tools/worms/etc, designed for cracking passwords. As far as I know, I'm not breaking any licensing agreements by mirroring them with credit; if you don't want me to host one of these files, let me know and I'll remove it.
Name Compressed Uncompressed Notes
John the Ripper john.txt.bz2 (10,934 bytes) n/a Simple, extremely good, designed to be modified
Cain & Abel cain.txt.bz2 (1,069,968 bytes) n/a Fairly comprehensive, not ordered
Conficker worm conficker.txt.bz2 (1411 bytes) n/a Used by conficker worm to spread -- low quality
500 worst passwords 500-worst-passwords.txt.bz2 (1868 bytes) n/a
370 Banned Twitter passwords twitter-banned.txt.bz2 (1509 bytes) n/a

Leaked passwords

Passwords that were leaked or stolen from sites. I'm hosting them because it seems like nobody else does (hopefully it isn't because hosting them is illegal :)). Naturally, I'm not the one who stole these; I simply found them online, removed any names/email addresses/etc (I don't see any reason to supply usernames -- if you do have a good reason, email me (ron-at-skullsecurity.net) and I'll see if I have them.

The best use of these is to generate or test password lists.

Note: The dates are approximate.
Name Compressed Uncompressed Date Notes
Rockyou rockyou.txt.bz2 (60,498,886 bytes) n/a 2009-12 Best list available; huge, stolen unencrypted
Rockyou with count rockyou-withcount.txt.bz2 (59,500,255 bytes) n/a
phpbb phpbb.txt.bz2 (868,606 bytes) n/a 2009-01 Ordered by commonness
Cracked from md5 by Brandon Enright
(97%+ coverage)
phpbb with count phpbb-withcount.txt.bz2 (872,867 bytes) n/a
phpbb with md5 phpbb-withmd5.txt.bz2 (4,117,887 bytes) n/a
MySpace myspace.txt.bz2 (175,970 bytes) n/a 2006-10 Captured via phishing
MySpace - with count myspace-withcount.txt.bz2 (179,929 bytes) n/a
Hotmail hotmail.txt.bz2 (47,195 bytes) n/a Unknown Isn't clearly understood how these were stolen
Hotmail with count hotmail-withcount.txt.bz2 (47,975 bytes) n/a
Faithwriters faithwriters.txt.bz2 (39,327 bytes) n/a 2009-03 Religious passwords
Faithwriters - with count faithwriters-withcount.txt.bz2 (40,233 bytes) n/a
Elitehacker elitehacker.txt.bz2 (3,690 bytes) n/a 2009-07 Part of zf05.txt
Elitehacker - with count elitehacker-withcount.txt.bz2 (3,846 bytes) n/a
Hak5 hak5.txt.bz2 (16,490 bytes) n/a 2009-07 Part of zf05.txt
Hak5 - with count hak5-withcount.txt.bz2 (16,947 bytes) n/a
Älypää alypaa.txt.bz2 (5,178 bytes) n/a 2010-03 Finnish passwords
alypaa - with count alypaa-withcount.txt.bz2 (6,013 bytes) n/a
Facebook (Pastebay) facebook-pastebay.txt.bz2 (375 bytes) n/a 2010-04 Found on Pastebay;
appear to be malware-stolen.
Facebook (Pastebay) - w/ count facebook-pastebay-withcount.txt.bz2 (407 bytes) n/a
Unknown porn site porn-unknown.txt.bz2 (30,600 bytes) n/a 2010-08 Found on angelfire.com. No clue where they originated, but clearly porn site.
Unknown porn site - w/ count porn-unknown-withcount.txt.bz2 (31,899 bytes) n/a
Ultimate Strip Club List tuscl.txt.bz2 (176,291 bytes) n/a 2010-09 Thanks to Mark Baggett for finding!
Ultimate Strip Club List - w/ count tuscl-withcount.txt.bz2 (182,441 bytes) n/a
[Facebook Phished] facebook-phished.txt.bz2 (14,457 bytes) n/a 2010-09 Thanks to Andrew Orr for reporting
Facebook Phished - w/ count facebook-phished-withcount.txt.bz2 (14,941 bytes) n/a
Carders.cc carders.cc.txt.bz2 (8,936 bytes) n/a 2010-05
Carders.cc - w/ count carders.cc-withcount.txt.bz2 (9,774 bytes) n/a
Singles.org singles.org.txt.bz2 (50,697 bytes) n/a 2010-10
Singles.org - w/ count singles.org-withcount.txt.bz2 (52,884 bytes) n/a
Unnamed financial site (reserved) (reserved) 2010-12
Unnamed financial site - w/ count (reserved) (reserved)
Gawker (reserved) (reserved) 2010-12
Gawker - w/ count (reserved) (reserved)
Free-Hack.com (reserved) (reserved) 2010-12
Free-Hack.com w/count (reserved) (reserved)
Carders.cc (second time hacked) (reserved) (reserved) 2010-12
Carders.cc w/count (second time hacked) (reserved) (reserved)


I did some tests of my various dictionaries against the different sets of leaked passwords. I grouped them by the password set they were trying to crack:
Miscellaneous non-hacking dictionaries

These are dictionaries of words (etc), not passwords. They may be useful for one reason or another.
Name Compressed Uncompressed Notes
English english.txt.bz2 (1,368,101 bytes) n/a My combination of a couple lists, from Andrew Orr, Brandon Enright, and Seth
German german.txt.bz2 (2,371,487 bytes) n/a Compiled by Brandon Enright
American cities us_cities.txt.bz2 (77,081 bytes) n/a Generated by RSnake
"Porno" porno.txt.bz2 (7,158,285 bytes) n/a World's largest porno password collection!
Created by Matt Weir
Honeynet honeynet.txt.bz2 (889,525 bytes) n/a From a honeynet run by Joshua Gimer
Honeynet - w/ count honeynet-withcount.txt.bz2 (901,868 bytes) n/a
File locations file-locations.txt.bz2 (1,724 bytes) n/a Potential logfile locations (for LFI, etc).
Thanks to Seth!
Fuzzing strings (Python) fuzzing-strings.txt.bz2 (276 bytes) n/a Thanks to Seth!
PHPMyAdmin locations phpmyadmin-locations.txt.bz2 (304 bytes) n/a Potential PHPMyAdmin locations.
Thanks to Seth!
Web extensions web-extensions.txt.bz2 (117 bytes) n/a Common extensions for Web files.
Thanks to dirb!
Web mutations web-mutations.txt.bz2 (177 bytes) n/a Common 'mutations' for Web files.
Thanks to dirb!

DirBuster has some awesome lists, too -- usernames and filenames.
Facebook lists

These are the lists I generated from this data. Some are more useful than others as password lists. All lists are sorted by commonness.

If you want a bunch of these, I highly recommend using the torrent. It's faster, and you'll get them all at once.
Name Compressed Uncompressed Date Notes
Full names facebook-names-unique.txt.bz2 (479,332,623 bytes) n/a 2010-08
Full names - w/ count facebook-names-withcount.txt.bz2 (477,274,173 bytes) n/a
First names facebook-firstnames.txt.bz2 (16,464,124 bytes) n/a 2010-08
First names - w/ count facebook-firstnames-withcount.txt.bz2 (73,134,218 bytes) n/a
Last names facebook-lastnames.txt.bz2 (21,176,444 bytes) n/a 2010-08
Last names - w/ count facebook-lastnames-withcount.txt.bz2 (21,166,232 bytes) n/a
First initial last names facebook-f.last.txt.bz2 (67,110,776 bytes) n/a 2010-08
First initial last names - w/ count facebook-f.last-withcount.txt.bz2 (66,348,431 bytes) n/a
First name last initial facebook-first.l.txt.bz2 (37,463,798 bytes) n/a 2010-08
First name last initial facebook-first.l-withcount.txt.bz2 (36,932,295 bytes) n/a

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