Tag Archives: testing

[v1.1.3c] dSploit – Most popular penetration testing suite for Android

With the development of mobile devices and network, intelligent mobile phone has become a new paradise for hackers. Imagine, under this environment of everybody holds a smart phone nowadays, nothing is more active than the mobile phone viruses and the vulnerabilities' exploits of software and mobile network. Therefore, to understand and master some practical security tools seems necessary and meaningful.

[v5.60] HD Tune Pro – Representative hard drive test & diagnosis utility

As far as I can see, HD Tune Pro has been the best and most popular universal hard disk testing and diagnostic toolkit all the time. It can show you all the performance parameters of any kind of storage media, including Firmware version, Capacity, Serial number, Buffer size, SATA standard, supported UDMA mode and the supported features like read-write speed, burst rate, ...

Cyborg Linux – More advanced, beautiful and poweful than Kali Linux

Cyborg Linux – More advanced, beautiful and poweful than Kali Linux

Cyborg Linux (AKA: Cyborg Hawk) is a Ubuntu (currently the most popular Unix-like OS) based penetration testing Linux distro, specially designed for hackers or cyber security experts to perform all kinds of network security penetration testing, assessment, computer forensics and more.

Kali Linux Wireless Penetration Testing: Beginner’s Guide HD PDF, EPUB

Today, wireless network has got very extensive application because of its convenient use and structure, and will eventually cover every corner on the earth, I believe. But due to its broadcast form of data transmission in a wireless network environment, that will inevitably lead to security issues. Of course we can ensure data security by setting different encryption methods in a wireless router, but some loopholes of Wi-Fi network or the router itself can often make every trained hacker be able to crack/hack it.

[v8.6] USBWebserver – Better, faster and easier than XAMPP, AMPPS or WampServer

If you're a web developer or learning web programming languages, you must found that: every time want to perform local debugging, testing for your web app/code on a new OS or another PC, you has to set up and configure the whole AMP (Apache, PHP, MySQL) web development environments from scratch, which is absolutely boring.