The web site below is a list of exploits for the Windows platform.
Thursday, November 2, 2017
CrackMapExec (CME) is a post-exploitation tool that helps automate assessing the security of large Active Directory networks. CME can be used to assess account privileges, find possible misconfigurations and simulate attack scenarios.
Pestudio is an utility can be used for malware analysis. The application will attempt to display the imports, the resources and it will send the MD5 hash of the file to VirusTotal.
WINspect is a PowerShell script that will return security-based information. Examples of returned data would be:
- Checking for installed security products.
- Enumerating world-exposed local filesystem shares.
- Enumerating domain users and groups with local group membership.
- Enumerating registry autoruns.
- Enumerating local services that are configurable by Authenticated Users group members.
- Enumerating local services for which corresponding binary is writable by Authenticated Users group members.
- Enumerating non-system32 Windows Hosted Services and their associated DLLs.
- Enumerating local services with unquoted path vulnerability.
- Enumerating non-system scheduled tasks.
- Checking for DLL hijackability.
- Checking for User Account Control settings.
- Checking for unattended installs leftovers.
Yuki Chan is an Automated Penetration Testing Tool that carries out a whole range of standard security auditing tasks automatically.
The standard functions performed by this tool out of the box are:
- Intel Gathering
- Vulnerability Analysis
- Security Auditing
- System Enumeration
- CMS Auditing
- SSL Security Auditing
With iOS version 11, the operating system uses newer file formats for photos and videos. To use the previous .JPG and .MP4 file formats, access Settings –> Camera -> Format and select Most Compatible instead of High Efficiency.
Sunday, October 1, 2017
To check the wear value of an internal SSD drive via PowerShell within Windows 10, launch an elevated PowerShell session and use the following command.
Get-PhysicalDisk | Get-StorageReliabilityCounter | Select Wear
Not all drives accurately report this value to Windows. In some cases, the counter may be blank. Check with your manufacturer to see if they have proprietary tooling you can use to retrieve this value.