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viper13.tar.gz
Posted Dec 20, 1999
Authored by Hale, wiltered_fire

Viper is a standard unix password cracker, but instead of using a wordlist it will generate all the password combinations for the character sets and length you specify. New in this version is the ability to load and save from a progress file, define a minimum password length, and set the number of hours to run. Included in this package is the perl source, which shouldn't be a problem on a unix machine, but for win32 you will need to install the perl interpreters (ActivePerl @ http://www.activestate.com).

tags | web, perl
systems | windows, unix
MD5 | 2c8cb0aae2770f894d647baa55f9a2de
cgichk.r
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by wiltered_fire

CGI Scanner v1.1: A simple script to scan for CGI scripts with known vulnerabilities. Based on cgichk1.51.1.c by su1d sh3ll. This time written in REBOL

tags | cgi, vulnerability
MD5 | 1f809f357e87eee0ad780cecb24291f2
fakeid3.zip
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by wiltered_fire

FakeID v3.0 A utility to create fake personal info, great to use on BBS's and anywhere else that you need to give personal info to get an account. This version has data files to store all the info that it uses to create identities, allowing for customization.

MD5 | fed0414cdab732cd23fc8f62bb505ac5
perlserv.tar.gz
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by wiltered_fire

PerlServ v1.0.1: A simple multi-platform web server designed to serve up files. This version supports binary files as well as text/HTML files.

tags | web
MD5 | e5fb15a24b444ae9af43b8f04acbef76
wfile.zip
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by wiltered_fire

A utility to search through a directory structure searching for writeable files and directories. You can specify a local drive or UNC as the target location. This is useful for probing public access workstations to see what you can do. Requires that the winperl files be on the path.

tags | local
MD5 | 5cfa2b715faa08e9becfd3c39d4b1796
cgichk.pl
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by wiltered_fire

CGI Scanner v1.1: A simple script to scan for CGI scripts with known vulnerabilities. Based on cgichk1.51.1.c by su1d sh3ll. Written in Perl.

tags | cgi, perl, vulnerability
MD5 | 5f188e5c5aed1f76cfbefac9b53ba82e
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