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Category “Tools”

The Cuckoo Install Script

Wednesday, 20 March, 2013

Here is the script to install Cuckoo Sandbox on Security Onion. This assumes an x64 machine. It might also work on a bare Ubuntu build, but I didn’t honestly check. If you have issues, or suggestions, either drop a comment on here, or else send them to my github. Here is the link again in […]

Ubuntu Base to Security Onion and Cuckoo Scripted (pt. 1)

Tuesday, 19 March, 2013

So after spending a few days with Liam Randall (@Hectaman) at ShmooCon he has made me catch the Bro bug once again. So one thing I wanted to do is check out performance on a few machines and virtual machines to look at the difference. I also wanted to have an idea as to what it would […]

Backtrack 5 on the Optimus 2x/G2x

Monday, 23 May, 2011

After reading about the Optimus 2x back in December I felt like I had to wait forever to actually get my hands on one. We finally got it here in the states from T-mobile as the G2x device. Sadly this phone is lacking a bit on ram, but is one of the first phones we […]

Gentoo on an Android Part 1

Wednesday, 4 May, 2011

So I actually moved from the iPhone to the Android. What lured me away was the Optimus 2x, which in the US is running on T-Mobile as the G2x. You can obviously google all the specs, but the dual core gave me hope of doing a little more with it than I could do with […]

Nessus Bridge for Metasploit by Zate

Tuesday, 28 September, 2010

It is always nice when someone goes out of their way in helping me be lazy.  I never really complained much about it before, because I would look like a total arse, but thankfully Zate has fixed one of my biggest gripes.  He has actually moved the Nessus interface inside of Metasploit.  Now with just […]

Cheat Sheets

Wednesday, 22 September, 2010

Saw this on Twitter and thought it was just too handy to not pass on to some of you. Get started: $ sudo gem install cheat $ cheat strftime A magnificent cheat sheet for Ruby’s strftime method will be printed to your terminal. To get some help on cheat itself: $ cheat cheat How meta. […]