I want to share with you a new GitHub project. This is a NodeJS API wrapper for LinkedIn unofficial API.
This project helps developers building some cool LinkedIn bots/services.
Those are the features my API provides (so far):
* Search for people, companies, and connections
* View profiles
* View sent and received invitations and send new invitations to any profile.
Easily create LinkedIn bots and automate operations.
i’m working on a project (vulnerabilty manager) where i have to find vulnerabilities on different OS’s, for linux it’s simple i have to check installed packages and match them with CVE list, but what about windows and windows-server? ps: i’m using python
im working on a script which will allow several folders synchronization acros multiple servers.
On each server the script will download data from rest of the servers via rsync via ssh (rsync have archive and update attribute).
For this transfer ssh public access key is needed.
When i add new server to the group, i need to:
1) run ssh-keygen on new server and via ssh-copy-id add key it to rest of servers so i can download data from them…
2) do the same on all old servers so each of…
SSH Public key synchonization acros several servers, how to automate it?
First off, I would like to express that I am not a ‘hacker’ or ‘pen-tester’. I am a Machine Learning enthusiast and would like to solve a security problem on a personal (home based level)
I want to make an ML model to detect whether the network (LAN etc.) has been compromised or is under any malicious attacks by a foreign IP address. The way I want to do this is to use the model to analyze the packets passing through the network. These packets can be sniffed from any program like WireShark.
The model will then analyze the packets to decide it’s
Threat Level. This would basically be on a scale from 1 to 5. If the threat level is above or equal to 3, then it would lock down the network.
The details are not clear on how it will lock-down the network. Maybe there is a command to stop all traffic.
To generate training data, which will involve giving the model those malicious packets and it’s threat level so that the model learns how to differentiate the packets of legitimate use and malicious use. My plan is to download attack scripts and run them, preferably against a VM or my router. I am on Ubuntu 19.10 so I don’t think obtaining them will be a problem.
So now there are certain questions I wanted to ask:-
- Is there any program that can help me read the content of packets and analyze them?
- Is there any other more efficient and faster way of identifying those malicious packets?
- Can I ‘lock-down’ my network? I know that counterattacks are really tough so they are out of the question. But is there any way (without communicating with the router) to stop all traffic for a while?
- Are there any scripts that I can run to counter the attack automatically? like if model tells it is some X attack, then it performs countermeasures for the particular attack?
If you have some other suggestions or any recommended tool to perform certain parts automatically or wish to give improvements to my ideas, please do not hesitate to do so.
So, any ideas?
I spend some quality time on studying security reports on the internet. I build from it an overview of the most relevant security risk category (Injection, session management, and so on) along with an average risk number (high, medium, low). Now I want to create a matrix that will help to select the most relevant test cases to automate.
I was thinking of having these factors:
- Attack complexity
- Tool availability
- Risk value (high, medium, low)
Is this a good approach? I like to hear a second option about what to change/improve.
So its been 5 years since i was active on here!
I am no longer building a quarter of a million links a day, or breaking my brain writing SVM captcha breakers, but am still very much into SEO.
I am now looking for a tool that can be used to automate custom sites, primarily for building business citations.
I raked my brain for the stuff i used back in the blackhat days, but most of the stuff is dead (what happened to sick submitter?).
Then i remembered that Sven was working on a platform trainer back in 2013 – does that exist now?
If it does, is there a tutorial anywhere?
If not is there any other GSA software, or 3rd party, that people can recommend?
I did waste a bit of time trying to write something myself with chrome headless but i would rather just pay for something that works and get on with the job in hand.
A quick note that i am not looking for a service like whitespark, Marketeers centre – i use them already but have a slightly blackhat idea brewing that will require a volume/cost ratio that only software can provide.
I’m familiar with the concept of downloading a file and manually checking it against a published checksum. See How to verify the checksum of a downloaded file (pgp, sha, etc.)? and Is there a command line method by which I can check whether a downloaded file is complete or broken? for examples.
I would now like to maintain my own list of target URLs and expected checksums, something like:
https://example.com/file.tar.gz, SHA123456... https://example.org/list.txt, SHA1A1A1A...
…and automate the download-and-check process.
Before I make the mistake of hacking my own solution, is there an established way to do this on a Debian-based distro?
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I’d like to automate posting to a SharePoint news feed using Python. What is the best way I can do this? Some things I’ve considered:
- Using one of python’s generic http modules (like requests)
- Using a python SharePoint module (if one exists)
We have a report that generates ~100 rows daily and our customers have to enter the data into third-party software. We hoped that the software allows some kind of data upload so that our customers don’t have to do the tedious data-entry, but it’s not happening. So, we are thinking to provide a solution to our customer by implementing an automated data entry system utilizing Selenium (I’m very new to Selenium). To achieve this, we have to use a real user’s credential for login and a SQL connection credential and we came up with these two ideas:
- Use Python/Selenium, credentials hardcoded in a separate file, schedule a SQL Server Agent to automatically run this script daily.
- Implement a web user interface with C# in Visual Studio, credentials hardcoded in an encrypted web.config file, let user click a button to run the Python/Selenium script. (this will be a semi-automatic option but it gives users flexibility in choosing what to enter)
(We could take user’s credential as a parameter to run the tool in order to avoid hard-coding a user’s credential.)
I know it can be done but should Selenium be used to automate data entry in the security standpoint?