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For those interested in penetration testing tools, tutorials, podcasts, and overall great infosec information I would definitely recommend US-based Hak5. When I started getting interested in infosec and cyber security they were a big source of information for me. They also offer some fun gadgets (https://shop.hak5.org) that can be really useful for admins, pen testers, and infosec enthusiasts. From local implementation via a packet squirel, or USB rubber ducky to internet-based tools like their WiFi Pineapple and LAN Turtle, each of their tools have a lot of different uses for various situations.

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On 2/12/2019 at 5:00 PM, daudt.parker said:

For those interested in penetration testing tools, tutorials, podcasts, and overall great infosec information I would definitely recommend US-based Hak5. When I started getting interested in infosec and cyber security they were a big source of information for me. They also offer some fun gadgets (https://shop.hak5.org) that can be really useful for admins, pen testers, and infosec enthusiasts. From local implementation via a packet squirel, or USB rubber ducky to internet-based tools like their WiFi Pineapple and LAN Turtle, each of their tools have a lot of different uses for various situations.

I love their products too..but did not tried any of them. 

I think I'm going with the ducky before the bunny.. 

Have you tried it? 

What kind of scenarios in real engagement the ducky will serve me in you opinion? 

And thanks for starting this topic ;)

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Hey @hu33e1nqsm

The USB rubber ducky is useful in physical penetration testing engagements. It can be used to test the USB device policies for an organization, thier physical security policies, and data exfiltraiton capabilities.

I have most of the products they have released. They announced the signal owl, screen crab, and shark jack that I haven't used. But most of the other tools I have used, and enjoy.

https://shop.hak5.org/

 

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18 hours ago, daudt.parker said:

Hey @hu33e1nqsm

The USB rubber ducky is useful in physical penetration testing engagements. It can be used to test the USB device policies for an organization, thier physical security policies, and data exfiltraiton capabilities.

I have most of the products they have released. They announced the signal owl, screen crab, and shark jack that I haven't used. But most of the other tools I have used, and enjoy.

https://shop.hak5.org/

 

hey @daudt.parker.

 

I've ordered the ducky :D , will play with it after I finish my PTP.

how was your experience with their hackrf one ?

iv saw multiple YT videos about it but didn't understand its real capabilities or how it can benefit me as a pentester.

 

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Hey @hu33e1nqsm

I haven't purchased the HackRF however, I hope to purchase one when I have the extra money. It seems like a fun tool to have and play around with (however, I'm not sure how useful it would be for a pentest)

 

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