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#1 Hacker2010

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Posted 23 July 2010 - 05:05 PM

hi guys, i need hacking tools for Macbook OS X, if you have any please pm me or post down the bottom ?


#2 ringwraith

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Posted 25 July 2010 - 07:11 AM

I never know for sure what people are referring to when they ask for hacking tools. If you are meaning programming, make sure you have xcode installed and you should be good to go. If you are talking about illegally breaking into other computers, I would of course caution you that doing so could be illegal.

If you open the terminal you will find you already have telnet and ssh. Many of the unix apps are built in. You may also want to download nmap for mac os x. They have a list also of most popular security tools here.

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Posted 01 September 2013 - 05:33 PM

I've been helping a few friends get some tools installed natively on their mac, I documented most of it, hope this is of some use to anyone here. 
 
Setting up a Pen-Testing environment on your Mac
 
Download and install Xcode
Open Xcode > Preferences > Download > Install Command line tools
 
Open Terminal: 
> java
Install it. 
 
Install Homebrew (fuck macports)
> ruby -e "$(curl -fsSkL raw.github.com/mxcl/homebrew/go)"
 
Run BrewDoctor (may need to fix your .bash_profile $PATH
> brew doctor
 
Install nmap and nping
> brew install nmap
> brew install ruby
> brew install postgresql (if you prefer mysql: brew install mysql)
 
Startup PGSQL
> initdb /usr/local/var/postgres
> createuser msf -P -h localhost
> createdb -O msf msf -h localhost
 
Install Metasploit gems
> gem install pg sqlite3 msgpack hpricot
 
Setup VNC Viewer for MSF
> echo '#!/usr/bin/env bash' >> /usr/local/bin/vncviewer
> chmod +x /usr/local/bin/vncviewer
 
Install Metasploit (from repository)
Select the directory to install metasploit (ex: ~/tools)
 
Additional Tools: 
brew install dsniff (Password Sniffer)
brew install ettercap (MitM made easy)
brew install aircrack (Wifi Suite)
brew install john (John the Ripper)
brew install hydra (Brute Force Cracker) 
brew install ophcrack (Rainbow Table Cracker)
brew install skipfish (WebApp Scanner)
 
"tcpdump" and "netcat" are pre-installed with OSX (don't over look them )
 
Download and install BurpSuite free


#4 Spratt_

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Posted 01 September 2013 - 09:44 PM

 

I've been helping a few friends get some tools installed natively on their mac, I documented most of it, hope this is of some use to anyone here. 
 
Setting up a Pen-Testing environment on your Mac
 
Download and install Xcode
Open Xcode > Preferences > Download > Install Command line tools
 
Open Terminal: 
> java
Install it. 
 
Install Homebrew (fuck macports)
> ruby -e "$(curl -fsSkL raw.github.com/mxcl/homebrew/go)"
 
Run BrewDoctor (may need to fix your .bash_profile $PATH
> brew doctor
 
Install nmap and nping
> brew install nmap
> brew install ruby
> brew install postgresql (if you prefer mysql: brew install mysql)
 
Startup PGSQL
> initdb /usr/local/var/postgres
> createuser msf -P -h localhost
> createdb -O msf msf -h localhost
 
Install Metasploit gems
> gem install pg sqlite3 msgpack hpricot
 
Setup VNC Viewer for MSF
> echo '#!/usr/bin/env bash' >> /usr/local/bin/vncviewer
 
> chmod +x /usr/local/bin/vncviewer
 
Install Metasploit (from repository)
Select the directory to install metasploit (ex: ~/tools)
 
 
Additional Tools: 
brew install dsniff (Password Sniffer)
brew install ettercap (MitM made easy)
brew install aircrack (Wifi Suite)
brew install john (John the Ripper)
brew install hydra (Brute Force Cracker) 
brew install ophcrack (Rainbow Table Cracker)
brew install skipfish (WebApp Scanner)
 
"tcpdump" and "netcat" are pre-installed with OSX (don't over look them )
 
Download and install BurpSuite free

 

Incredible contribution, thank you.


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#5 tivicton

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Posted 13 October 2013 - 12:38 PM

Great contribution, GhostXXX. Your post inspired me to try out Homebrew. I've used MacPorts and Fink in the past but I found neither experience very satisfying. I guess at some point I've given up on the hope that package management on Mac OS X would ever be as smooth as on Linux systems. I must say, Homebrew has somewhat tempered my pessimism on that point. It looks pretty slick so far.



#6 GhostXXX

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Posted 19 October 2013 - 11:07 PM

if you need some help, contact to me, i will help you



#7 GhostXXX

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Posted 19 October 2013 - 11:09 PM

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