One of my most used and favourite tools on any infrastructure test. Keimpx is a fantastic little tool which allows the spraying of Windows password hashes to a host or a list of multiple hosts to test for valid credentials. Once it finds a valid match it offers the ability to gain a reverse shell to the remote host.
Monthly Archives: July 2010
Tool by BL4CK to bypass VNC authentication. This is now patched in the latest VNC version, but I do come across quite a few tests running vulnerable versions such as 4.1.1. You can download the VNC bypass tool by BL4CK below. https://www.commonexploits.com/downloads/BL4CK-vncviewer-authbypass.zip MD5: 130702b01ae05baa2741d52aef630ba9
Target system Windows XP SP3 running Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader V9. Metasploit is packed with great PDF exploits. Most A.V pick this up (but not all). Also try the web URL PDF exploits that work by just browsing to a URL. Just shows how important it is to update things like PDF, Java etc into […]
This is a great little exploit to use. Works on Windows 7, Windows 2008 SP1 and all the way back to Windows XP. This was released around November 2009 and Microsoft released the patch around Feb 2010 (Ms10-015). Most AV scanners pick this up now, but did have a good few months of fun with […]