Windows

Agent Steal in a Batch

The ~lulz~ version.
I got tired of all the study and work and needed a laugh so I made this.
Right now it's not programmed with static variables but assign them if you want.
Also, feel free to modify or talk about changes in the forums.

BTW.. I found a bug earlier and fixed it, new version is now in place.

-cisc0ninja

Author(s): 
cisc0ninja
Date: 
11-05-2009
Filename: 
Size: 
5.00KB
Requirements: 

Windows

Status: 
Active
Future Plans: 
Add format c: functionality 4 teh ~lulz~

Windows Log Deletion in a Batch

For lack of a better name, it's really long but descriptive.
Basically you run the batch file and it asks you what you want to do.
Delete log files, delete temporary files, and possibly mess with event viewer through the registry keys.

(revision of above~)
The registry key and event viewer stuff is going to take longer than expected so right now I'm just releasing a small beta test for the backup and deletion of log & temp files.
Also, feel free to modify or talk about changes in the forums.

update: 03/27/2011
It is very possible this script is currently broken. I do not really have intentions to continue this unless people really ask for it, it was more or less something I did for shits and grins. At this time I do not plan on updating it so feel free to modify the code if any of you want. Please give me credit for the structure or initial design if you do use any of my code, thanks.

-cisc0ninja

Author(s): 
cisc0ninja
Date: 
10-29-2009
Filename: 
Size: 
10.00KB
Requirements: 

Windows XP or newer

Status: 
Active
Future Plans: 
Make sure it's Vista and 7 compatible

Project Yesteryear

A small glimpse into the past of SX. Also, depending upon response this may be the first part of this project.

FAQ:

What is Project Yesteryear?
- This is a collection of SX flash work done back between 2001-2003. Depending on feedback, this will be expanded to cover other aspects of the past of SX.

What do you remember about the creation of the content?
- Not much really, sorry.

Why haven't you made anything else?

Author(s): 
Amp
Date: 
09-25-2009
Filename: 
Size: 
3390.00KB
Status: 
Inactive

Agent Steal

This tool was written as an apology to Geek Squad for cracking their MRI.

This application is designed to look like an antivirus scanner (with whatever name you want to give it).
While it appears to be scanning, it is actually copying the files of type and size that you specified
in the settings. Please see the settings area of this program before you run it! It is designed to
be ran from an external drive. It will *NOT* copy files from the drive that it is run on. This means
if you run it from the C:/ drive it's not going to copy any files from the C:/ drive. This is so you're
not making copies of your own files from your usb drive when you run it on a victim's PC.

Scan copies the files, repair tells you how many were copied. The pi symbol will run the password stealing add-on pack. Scan will also run this pack if you have it enabled in the settings.

Author(s): 
RaT
Version: 
1.0.0.3
Date: 
01-13-2011
Size: 
28.89KB
Requirements: 
Status: 
Active
Future Plans: 
Custom script launch.
Additional addon packs.

Pentesters Toolkit

I started this project a long time ago and the purpose was to port linux wireless cracking software to windows.
I was using gcc and other useful unix utilities and applications included in Cygwin for porting and was slowly moving toward having a flash drive with many types of application on it for pentesting.

The main reason for having this is convenience. It would be nice to just pop in a flash drive execute the shell and then be able to go at everything from rooting the box you're on to owning the entire network, every server, etc... from the machine you're on.

I kinda got screwed about the initial part of the project as during the time I first started working on this around 2003-2004, "Cace Technologies" came out with their custom wireless devices and applications. They were doing the same as what I was trying to initially accomplish by making things work in windows. They also produced a similar device called the "Network Toolkit".

Author(s): 
cisc0ninja
Date: 
10-01-2009
Size: 
0.00KB
Requirements: 

Windows OS

Status: 
Active
Future Plans: 
Everything to be in one compressed file.
A setup.exe file for easy installation onto flash drive.
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