Trapper 0.4 has been released.
- Enable/Disable promisc option added
- Length of the packet option added
- Time between ARP packets option added (poisoning time)
- Debug option added
- Gateway Detection
- Automatic Network Detection
- Firefox Cookie injector
- New MSN Sniffing (based of sessions)
- VNC Sniffing
- SIP Sniffing
- TeamSpeak Sniffing
- FTP RETR file stealing
- Improves in HTTP Sniffing - HTTP Base64 support
- HTTP Cpanel ports support
- HTTP Multipart Post Support
- Rewrite of SMTP sniffing
- SMTP Snarfing (attachments)
- Some code cleaning (working in all trapper rewrite)
- Bad HTTP regex matching with trapper.conf values
- 2Wire check on poisoning loop fixed
- Trapper died attemping to write the saving file, now it just warns the user
- Couldn't sniff on 'lo' interface fixed
- IMAP output sniffing fixed
You can download it from here.
An AJAX basic example were added to the Source code. section. You can check it here. BTW, some people have been asking me if I have hi5 or metroflog. NO, I don't like to waste bandwith with pictures. Besides, I don't find the meaning of upload hundreds and hundreds of pictures to the web. I think that's stupid. I respect people by the way they think, not by the way they look like.
Crypkey and me were invited to talk about trapper at BugCON. You can check the presentation here. Thanks to the following people that have helped us testing trapper: roa, zodman, k001, rolman, nitr0us, g33kman, chalo.
Trapper's website: http://nediam.com.mx/trapper/ has been released. There you will find all the information related to this tool.
Trapper 0.3.2 has been released.
- Fake Mac tool
- Configuration file, trapper.conf
- IRC chat sniffing
- IRC verbose added
- Detecting local IP
- HTTP Sniffing double value
- Modules missing in install.pl
- Showing cookies in blank
You can download it from here.
Trapper 0.3.1 has been released. You can download it from here. We're now working on HTTPS and SMB sniffing, so hang on, it will be added on the next release. BTW, happy new year 2008 to all you g33ks =)
Trapper 0.3 has been released.
- MSN Sniffing
- IRC Sniffing
- HTTP Sniffing
- APR Attack
- APR timing
- Some other crappy fixes
You can download it from here.
Trapper 0.2 has been released. You can download it from here.
Trapper 0.1 has been released. Trapper is a simple tool for sniffing protocols like HTTP, FTP, telnet POP3, IMAP, SMTP, MSN, IRC and SMB. Also this tool include the attack known as APR ( ARP Poison Routing ). More protocols and types of attacks will be added in the future. It's written in Perl. The development of Trapper was inspired in the excellent tool Cain, but we wanted a tool that also worked under Linux/Unix. You can download it from here.
Today is the third anniversary of nediam.com.mx. We have joint efforts with 0hday.org. Thank you very much to all the people who have sent comments and visit this site. There's no other option but continue working hard in order to get better. Cheers to the crew from #mendozaaaa!.
In conjunction with 0hday staff, the first version of the "Windows Hashes Repository" system has been released. The main goal of this project is to create a Windows hashes (LM and NT) repository with the most commonly used passwords. You can feed the system with your own passwords; the input can be either in plaintex or via hashes. If the input is a plaintext password, the system will automatically calculate and display the hashes. If the cases where the input is a hash, the system first will check if it is already in the repository and if it's found the associated information will be displayed, but if not, the hash will be send to a queue in order to be cracked using rainbow tables. The system is available at: http://nediam.com.mx/winhashes/
Today nediam.com.mx turns two years old. Thanks to all you people who have visited my site and give some feedback. During the last few months I'd been a little busy with work stuff and also developing some features for the phpPgAdmin project, but I hope to publish an article about shellcode designing soon. Thanks again!.
Some basic Perl programs that I wrote for a workshop that I did are available. You can access them from the Source code section or directly clicking here.
A ht://Dig installation manual was added. It is available in the Documentation section.
A PHP installation manual was added. It is available in the Documentation section.
Tips section updated. On the other hand, we submit this example and send it to Zen Garden, hoping the creator of this project (Dave Shea) to accept it.
A PostgreSQL installation manual was added. It is available in the Documentation section.
Today nediam.com.mx turns one year online. Thanks to all those who participated and contributed in a way or another. We hope for this second year to publish more material with better content. Thank you!.
Site contents updated. A new section called Tips was added, which seeks to be of help for those situations when one faces problems related with configuration, programming, design, etc. and that for different reasons (mainly time) cannot be devoted to read the whole documentation of the package in that precise moment, but still has to solve the problem.
Finally, we have a new design. We hope you like it and more important that you find this site more simple and usable (that IMHO is what really matters in a webpage design).
An article was published about the necessity of having standardized modules for accessing databases. The explanatory document together with the source code of the modules to interact with PostgreSQL, MySQL, Informix and Oracle are available in the Source code section.
The GACS (Genetic Algorithm Class Scheduler) is now available for those who want to check it out working. Username: example Password: USER_EXAMPLE. You can access it from the Source code section or directly clicking here.
An ezmlm configuration manual was added. It also includes examples of use. It is available in the Documentation section.
A qmail installation manual was added. It is available in the Documentation section.
Source code related to PostgreSQL databases interaction, mathematical functions and regular expressions was added. All this is available in the Source code section.
A tutorial about designing CSS menus with various levels of submenus was published. It's available in the Tutorials section.
A basic CSS menu design tutorial was added. You can find it in the Tutorials section.
Well now I'm decided to make available the documentation that I have and to publish the new stuff I learn. This weekend I will be devoted to make a short tutorial on CSS menu design that is something people have been asking me lately.