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PlainSight is a versatile computer forensics environment that allows inexperienced forensic practitioners perform common tasks using powerful open source tools. taken the best open source forensic/security tools, customized them, and combined them with an intuitive user interface to create an incredibly powerful forensic environment.

With PlainSight you can perform operations such as:

Get hard disk and partition information
Extract user and group information
View Internet histories
Examine Windows firewall configuration
Discover recent documents
Recover/Carve over 15 different file types
Discover USB storage information
Examine physical memory dumps
Examine UserAssist information
Extract LanMan password hashes
Preview a system before acquiring it

The Internet-Wide Scan Data Repository is a public archive of research data collected through active scans of the public Internet. The repository is hosted by the ZMap Team at the University of Michigan.


Hashcat is a password cracking utility like john the ripper. It has the ability to perform GPU cracking. Available in both windows and *nix

Passive Recon

Based on Gina Trapani's About This Site Firefox Plugin (, Passive Recon allows Information Security professionals the ability to perform "packetless" discovery of target resources utilising publicly available information. In addition multiple googlehacks can be performed. Selecting the ShowAll option at the bottom opens each search in a separate tab (Better have broadband, that's a lot of tabs and your browser will get very clouded).

Recommended to be included in FireCat, (available from

Need to register with Firefox plug-ins site
Download and select install within Firefox

Right click, select passive recon

THC Amap

Amap is a next-generation tool for assisting network penetration testing.
It performs fast and reliable application protocol detection, independent
on the TCP/UDP port they are being bound to.

Dell BIOS Password killer

This is the 2008 release of the Dell BIOS password killer disk

DD-WRT Custom Router Firmware

DD-WRT is a Linux based alternative OpenSource firmware suitable for a great variety of WLAN routers and embedded systems. The main emphasis lies on providing the easiest possible handling while at the same time supporting a great number of functionalities within the framework of the respective hardware platform used.

Visit the router database on the DD-WRT Home site to check which firmware is right for your router and get installation details. Not all versions work on all routers.


Custom modem firmware for all modems that use the BCM3349 chipset and ALL parallel and generic SPI flash devices. Compatible models include: SB5101/E/i, SB5102/E/i, Webstar DPC2100R2, RCA DCM425, Ambit 250/255/256. This firmware lets you do some really cool things with your modem.
The development funding and original diag firmware was provided by bitemytaco for the creation of haxorware.

Features of Haxorware:
Enable factory mode
Change all associated MAC Addresses
Change serial number
Disable ISP firmware upgrade
Disable reboots
Force network access (ignore unauthorized messages)
Disable & Set ISP filters (ports blocked at modem level)
Specify config filename and TFTP server IP address
Force config file from ISP, local TFTP or uploaded flash memory.
Get & Set SNMP OID values and Factory mode OID values
Broadcom CLI access through serial connection or telnet
Full shell access to eCos (unix-like OS)
Upload, flash and upgrade firmware

HAXORWARE R38 IS NOW RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC! Almost all bugs have been fixed and this is the best release of Haxorware yet! R38 comes in 2 verions - DIAG and LITE. DIAG is the full version of the firmware. Please visit the SBHacker forums for more information. Both versions are included in the download.


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