OpenFPC is a set of scripts that combine to provide a lightweight full-packet network traffic recorder & buffering tool. It's design goal is to allow non-expert users to deploy a distributed network traffic recorder on COTS hardware while integrating into existing alert and log tools.

OpenFPC is described as lightweight because it follows a different design model to other FPC/Network traffic forensic tools that I have seen. It doesn't provide a user with the ability to trigger automatic events (IDS-like functions), or watch for anomalous traffic changes (NBA-like functions) as it is assumed external open source, or comercial tools already provide this detection capability. OpenFPC fits in as a companion to provide extra (full packet/traffic stream) data as a bolt-on to these tools allowing deeper analysis of event data where required.

Simply give it a logfile entry in one of the supported formats, and it will provide you with the PCAP.

For more information, visit the OpenFPC project home at
Features and futures

Automated install on Debain and RH style distributions
Extraction of single streams based on event occurrence time, or start/end timestamps
Extracts stream data based on common logfile/alert formats

Distributed collection with central extraction Optional compression and extract checksums Ability to request data from external tools/user interfaces

Central web-based UI for stream/data extraction from distributed remote storage buffers
Automatic calculation of an optimal configuration for extraction speed based on available storage.


A keylogger tool that a set of patches for bash and a command, captures all logged in user inputs and sends it into fifos. then can be able to monitor those key-strokes in real-time.

1. get bash-3.0.tar.gz
2. tar xzvf bash-3.0.tar.gz
3. cd bash-3.0
4. wget
5. tar xzvf bash-3.0-geinpeek-0.2.tar.gz
6. patch <

7. patch < [patch file name you wanna add]

patch kit list

- execute_cmd.c-geinpeek.diff ( not stable yet )
- shell.c-geinpeek.diff ( not good )

the forces with you man ~


[root@elizabeth bash-3.0]# ./ghelper s.txt
[Hint: when if you have to stop it 'CTRL+C']
Mon Feb 13 03:20:53 2006 - [file@/dev/pts/38 /tmp]$ ls --color=tty -al
Mon Feb 13 03:20:53 2006 - [file@/dev/pts/38 /tmp]$ ls --color=tty
Mon Feb 13 03:20:55 2006 - [file@/dev/pts/38 /tmp]$ ./
!s! Mon Feb 13 03:20:55 2006 - [file@/dev/pts/38 /tmp]$ ls
!s! Mon Feb 13 03:20:55 2006 - [file@/dev/pts/38 /tmp]$ ls
!s! Mon Feb 13 03:20:55 2006 - [file@/dev/pts/38 /tmp]$ whoami

[root@elizabeth bash-3.0]# ./ghelper s.txt -i
[Hint: when if you have to stop it 'CTRL+C']
Mon Feb 13 03:21:01 2006 - [file@/dev/pts/38 /tmp]$ ./
Mon Feb 13 03:21:02 2006 - [file@/dev/pts/38 /tmp]$ ls --color=tty
Mon Feb 13 03:21:03 2006 - [file@/dev/pts/38 /tmp]$ clear

above !s! marked command logs are executed in some shell script.
then -i flag of ghelper ignored standard output of them.


AIEngine is a packet inspection engine with capabilities of learning without any human intervention. It helps network/security professionals to identify traffic and develop signatures for use them on NIDS, Firewalls, Traffic classifiers and so on.

$ git clone git://
$ ./
$ ./configure
$ make

username@computer:~/code/c++/aiengine/src$ ./aiengine -h
iaengine 0.1
Mandatory arguments:
-I [ --interface ] arg Sets the network interface.
-P [ --pcapfile ] arg Sets the pcap file.

Link Layer optional arguments:
-q [ --tag ] arg Selects the tag type of the ethernet layer (vlan,mpls).

TCP optional arguments:
-t [ --tcp-flows ] arg (=32768) Sets the number of TCP flows on the pool.

UDP optional arguments:
-u [ --udp-flows ] arg (=16384) Sets the number of UDP flows on the pool.

Signature optional arguments:
-R [ --enable-signatures ] Enables the Signature engine.
-r [ --regex ] arg (=.*) Sets the regex for evaluate agains the flows.
-c [ --flow-class ] arg (=all) Uses tcp, udp or all for matches the signature
on the flows.

Frequencies optional arguments:
-F [ --enable-frequencies ] Enables the Frequency engine.
-g [ --group-by ] arg (=dst-port) Groups frequencies by src-ip,dst-ip,src-por
t and dst-port.
-f [ --flow-type ] arg (=tcp) Uses tcp or udp flows.
-L [ --enable-learner ] Enables the Learner engine.
-k [ --key-learner ] arg (=80) Sets the key for the Learner engine.

Optional arguments:
-k [ --stack ] arg (=lan) Sets the network stack (lan,mobile).
-d [ --dumpflows ] Dump the flows to stdout.
-s [ --statistics ] arg (=0) Show statistics of the network stack.
-p [ --pstatistics ] Show statistics of the process.
-h [ --help ] Show help.
-v [ --version ] Show version string.


SkyJack (available from github) is primarily a perl application which runs off of a Linux machine, runs aircrack-ng in order to get its wifi card into monitor mode, detects all wireless networks and clients around, deactivates any clients connected to Parrot AR.drones, connects to the now free Parrot AR.Drone as its owner, then uses node.js with node-ar-drone to control zombie drones.

I (the author, Samy Kamkar) detect drones by seeking out any wireless connections from MAC addresses owned by the Parrot company, which you can find defined in the Registration Authority OUI.

I use aircrack-ng to put our wireless device into monitor mode to find our drones and drone owners. I then use aireplay-ng to deauthenticate the true owner of the drone I'm targeting. Once deauthenticated, I can connect as the drone is waiting for its owner to reconnect.

I use node-ar-drone to control the newly enslaved drone via Javascript and node.js.

Parrot AR.Drone 2
The Parrot AR.Drone 2 is the drone that flies around seeking other drones, controlled from an iPhone, iPad or Android, and is also the type of drone SkyJack seeks out in order to control. SkyJack is also capable of seeking out Parrot AR.Drone version 1.

The Parrots actually launch their own wireless network which is how the owner of the drone connects. We take over by deauthenticating the owner, then connecting now that the drone is waiting for its owner to connect back in, exploiting the fact that we destroyed their wireless connection temporarily.

Raspberry Pi
I use a Raspberry Pi to drive the project as it's inexpensive, reasonably light, has USB, and runs Linux.

Alfa AWUS036H wireless adapter
I use the Alfa AWUS036H wireless card which supports raw packet injection and monitor mode which allow me to deauthenticate users who are legitimately connected to their drones.

Edimax EW-7811Un wireless adapter


XKeylog is a X11 keylogger for Unix that basically uses xlib to interact with users keyboard. iXkeylog will listen for certain X11 events and then trigger specific routines to handle these events.




hwk is an easy-to-use wireless authentication and deauthentication tool. Furthermore, it also supports probe response fuzzing, beacon injection flooding, antenna alignment and various injection testing modes. Information gathering is selected by default and shows the incoming traffic indicating the packet types.

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What is hwk?
hwk is a collection of packet crafting/network flooding tools:


A network takeover & forensic analysis tool - useful to advanced PenTest tasks & for fun and profit - but use it at your own risk!

Interactive Console
Real Time Passwords Found
Real Time Hosts Enumeration
Tuned Injections & Client Side Attacks
ARP Poisoning & SSL Hijacking
Automated HTTP Report Generator

MITM (Arp Poisoning)
Sniffing (With & Without Arp Poisoning)
SSL Hijacking (Full SSL/TLS Control)
HTTP Session Hijaking (Take & Use Session Cookies)
Client Browser Takeover (with Filter Injection in data stream)
Browser AutoPwn (with Filter Injection in data steam)
Evil Java Applet (with Filter Injection in data stream)
DNS Spoofing
Port Scanning

Passwords extracted from data stream
Pcap file with whole data stream for deep analysis
Session flows extracted from data stream (Xplico & Chaosreader)
Files extracted from data stream
Hosts enumeration (IP,MAC,OS)
URLs extracted from data stream
Cookies extracted from data stream
Images extracted from data stream
List of HTTP files downloaded extracted from URLs

Chaosreader (already in bin folder)

Vicnum (Hacking Game)

This is the vicnum project ("vicnum")

This project was registered on on Jan 27, 2009, and is described by the project team as follows:

A flexible web app showing vulnerabilities such as cross site scripting, sql injections, and session management issues. Helpful to IT auditors honing web security skills and setting up 'capture the flag' . Play the game at

Vicnum (1.5) is an OWASP project consisting of multiple vulnerable web applications based on games commonly used to kill time. These applications demonstrate common web security problems such as cross site scripting, sql injections, and session management issues. The goal of this project is to strengthen security of web applications by educating different groups (students, management, users, developers, auditors) as to what might go wrong in a web app. And of course it's OK to have a little fun. There are currrently three applications (or challenges) in this version of Vicnum. Guessnum, a game to guess a number the computer has picked. Jotto, a game to guess a word the computer has picked. And the Union Challenge which is new to version 1.5 Besides untarring the tar into the right folder and some Apache webserver tweaking, three MySQL tables will need to be created.


WATOBO is intended to enable security professionals to perform highly efficient (semi-automated ) web application security audits. We (watobo team) are convinced that the semi-automated approach is the best way to perform an accurate audit and to identify most of the vulnerabilities.
WATOBO has no attack capabilities and is provided for legal vulnerability audit purposes only.

„Ok, how does it work?“
WATOBO works like a local proxy, similar to Webscarab, Paros or BurpSuite.
Additionally, WATOBO supports passive and active checks. Passive checks are more like filter functions. They are used to collect useful information, e.g. email or IP addresses. Passive checks will be performed during normal browsing activities. No additional requests are sent to the (web) application.
Active checks instead will produce a high number of requests (depending on the check module) because they do the automatic part of vulnerability identification, e.g. during a scan.

„So why should I use WATOBO instead of other web application auditing tools?“
The most important advantages are:
WATOBO has Session Management capabilities! You can define login scripts as well as logout signatures. So you don’t have to login manually each time you get logged out.
WATOB can act as an transparent proxy
WATOBO has anti-CSRF features
WATOBO can perform vulnerability checks out of the box.
WATOBO supports Inline De-/Encoding, so you don’t have to copy strings to a transcoder and back again. Just do it inside the request/response window with a simple mouse click.
WATOBO has smart filter functions, so you can find and navigate to the most interesting parts of the application easily.
WATOBO is written in (FX)Ruby and enables you to define your own checks
WATOBO is free software ( licensed under the GNU General Public License Version 2)
It’s by siberas Wink

Supported operating systems


SapCap is a SAP packet sniffer and decompression tool for analysing SAP GUI (DIAG) traffic. Using a 3rd-party JNI interface for pCap, it is also able to load previously captured tcpdump files.
Details on running SapCap can be found in the README.txt file included in the zip file.

Author: Ian de Villiers
Cost: Free
Source Code: GitHub
Version: 0.1
License : GPL
Release Date : 2011-09-02

Java runtime environment.
Custom JNI Library.

The custom JNI library is included in the download.

Binary builds of the JNI library are only available for the following platforms:
Mac OS/X
Windows (32-bit)
Linux (32-bit)

If you wish to use a different platform, please download the sources for SAPProx and SapCompress and build the library yourself.

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