Hello Team RunCMD and Friends,
Thank you to everyone that participated in the SquareCTF that kicked off last Thursday and run through yesterday! We came in 87 out of 595 teams, which is the upper 15th percentile. This CTF was our first time encountering a competition that had significant time gaps between when they would make the challenges live. So I appreciate everyone who was paying attention to their schedule.
Read this today in SANS NewsBites:
Microsoft recently announced they would be porting some of the Sysinternals tools to Linux:
The first tool, ProcDump, has already been ported and the source code has been posted to GitHub:
This one gives more details than the OUI Wireshark page or any other MAC address lookup page that I have found to date:
I found this interactive visual overview on Twitter recently and thought it was a good reference for those that are unfamiliar with how SSL/TLS works.
Here’s an article I found on Twitter recently that walks you through how to pivot on Windows systems using SMB Named Pipes.
Wild West Hackin’ Fest will be posting videos from WWHF 2018 soon. They will be posted here:
The developers of hashcat just released a v5.0.0. You can read about the updates and new hashes it can crack by going here:
And you can download the binaries by going here:
Offensive Security just released the new edition of Kali Linux: 2018.4. You can read about what’s been updated in it it by going here:
You can download it directly by going here: