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Posted on Thursday, 16th October 2014 by Michael

I know I am a bit behind this one however I been too busy to update my site. This code was written for a organization I work for to rule out false positives while scanning our organization for Heart Bleed. For those that do not know what Heart Bleed is check out this site: Troy Hunt: […]

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Posted on Thursday, 16th October 2014 by Michael

What is Poodle? Poodle stands for Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption. To learn more about this vulnerability check the following links as it has been covered so much already: http://www.toyhunt.com How to Scan for this vulnerability? Please note this script was developed on a mac OSX. The reason i point this out is that the […]

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Posted on Friday, 7th June 2013 by Michael

Quick little shell script to backup a full website recursively with ftp Recently I had a client that was trying to use several methods for doing remote recursive backups of their website content. I responded that this a very trivial task using the ncftpget command. Even though showing them the syntax they asked if it […]

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Posted on Wednesday, 20th February 2013 by Michael

Instant Bro. Create a bro in minutes! (Bro IDS) I am freshly back from the 2013 Shmoocon and had the privilege to attend a very interesting and informative talk by  Liam Randall @Hectaman on the Bro IDS system. To download his talk follow this URL: https://github.com/LiamRandall/bro-scripts/tree/master/talks-and-training What is Bro IDS? “Bro is a powerful network analysis […]

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Posted on Monday, 28th January 2013 by Michael

Troubleshooting network issues by graphing network statistics over time. Recently one of my clients have been having a lot of random disconnects and internet drops since implementing BGP. At random times throughout the day they would notice that a large number of remote users would be disconnected from their remote solution offering and at the […]

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Posted on Monday, 24th December 2012 by Michael

This guide came about from my Christmas tree project where I wanted to control my Christmas tree with my arduino, to shut off and turn on the lights. To do this I decided to create a webserver that would accept requests. These requests would be parsed and based on the input it would control a […]

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Posted on Tuesday, 10th April 2012 by Michael

Back in the spring of 2011 I wrote an addon script to the application iScanner to help automate the process of checking a full website and not just individual pages.  Though over time the ruby programing language has grown and changed a lot to the point that the gems my old script relied on are […]

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Posted on Tuesday, 20th March 2012 by Michael

How to create nodes in a Checkpoint firewall from a CSV Have you ever needed to create 100’s if not thousands of new firewall nodes or networks in your Checkpoint firewall? If so you know how tedious of a task this is and you may have even researched means to do this faster. Research shows […]

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Posted on Friday, 27th January 2012 by Michael

Ruby: Script to check if an IP is up and get its Hostname This script will go line by through a text file checking to see which IP is up. If the host is not up it will log to the results.csv file as “IP,DOWN,NoName”. If the host is up it will log to the […]

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Posted on Friday, 23rd September 2011 by Michael

Simple powershell script to automate Acuentix command line scans: Requirements: 1. Windows vista or higher (preferably 7) 2. Powershell 2,0 3. user access control disabled 4. Acuentix installed (v7 or higher) 5. List of sites to scan Adding functionality: To add functions to the wvs_console call edit the variable $scan Code: ################################################ ## Automate Acunetix […]

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