Report commands are where we get to actually do things. They concist of some commands to manage/import reports directly on your Nessus server. No more going to the web console, exporting a report, moving it to your msf box and running db_import_nessus to get it into your workspace and available to db_autopwn or work with.
The implemented (so far) commands are:
Ok, make sure you are loaded up and authed to your server and we will check these out. (more…)
Posted in Bananas and tagged core command, detail, host, import reports, list, nessus server, number, port, protocol, Report, report id, severity, stream processor by Zate with no comments yet.
Lets load up some more, type “load nessus” and press enter. Some new lines should scroll by telling you that you just loaded the Nessus Bridge for Nessus 4.2.x. So yeah, just incase you are curious, this plugin works with the latest Nessus. Prior to 4.0 will not work, neither will OpenVAS.
The line below that says to type nessus_help for a list of commands. So go ahead and do that.
So it shows us the following commands available for the “Generic” group. (more…)
Posted in Bananas and tagged Auto, Commands, cool shit, Draft, first command, generic commands, generic group, msf, myhost, svn, type, web client by Zate with no comments yet.
Apr 11 my contract with T-Mobile is up. We currently have a family plan, with 2 Blackberries on it. My work no longer reimburses for my part of the account so no real need for me to have a Blackberry anymore (only reason was because of enterprise integration). So now the time is right to make the switch to something else.
Something else being Iphone or Android. Lets examine the choices.
- Iphone 3GS 16 or 32 GB.
- Nexus One
- HTC Desire?
In terms of plan, I am looking for unlimited everything. Unlim voice minutes, texting and data.
So, I just priced the Iphone 3GS 16GB x2 on AT&T’s website, $495 upfront and $210 a month. Holy crap! (more…)
Posted in Stuff, Technology, Things and tagged 3gs, blackberries, Droid, holy crap, Iphone, monthly, phone, T-Mobile by Zate with no comments yet.
I’m having some major schizophrenia with learning these days. Just so many disparate things I want to learn and I’m not making as much progress learning as I used to. I used to be able to suck up a new subject once or twice a week. Like totally suck it up, have a great understanding and be able to expand on it and move it in new directions.
Right now I am on like month 3 of several things. I think it’s a case of trying to do to much.
I have a course coming up soon on Pen Testing with Backtrack (PWB) that I am pretty excited about. It’s 30 days of labs, a bunch of video lectures and a final exam that is 24H long. Yes, 24H exam, I cannot wait. I haven’t had anything really challenge me in a while.
Posted in Bananas, Fatherhood, Games, Security, Stuff, Things and tagged backtrack, cool things, opinion pieces, progress, pwb, schizophrenia, suck, Testing, understanding, video lectures by Zate with no comments yet.
I want to like it. I like tons of other Google services. I’m a Google Fan Boy, but I just dont get Wave.
It reminds me of online multiplayer games. It sucks to use alone. I invited some friends, we got on it.. and it’s a chat client? Well at least thats how we used it, it was a rather kludgy chat client. Google Chat group chat is better, using communicator at work is better.
I dont see how to email to it, how to connect it to my gmail.
I’m just a bit stumped on what it is good for. It’s fancy, it’s sexy, but it’s confusing.
Edit: I found out at least some stuff to do with it. Type in “with:public” in the search box, ok now stuff starts to make more sense.
I am intrigued by the seemingly total lack of security though. So is this guy, and he has great points.
Posted in Stuff, Things and tagged answer, Chat, chat client, client, fan boy, gmail, google, kludgy, online multiplayer games, work by Zate with no comments yet.
On a page I havent showed to anyone, havent linked to from any where. That’s sweet.
I am guessing it’s just a case of searching for blog.* on domains, and if it’s got a wordpress, hit it up. Still, kinda cool.
So, working hard on Drupal. I like Drupal, but boy is there a major steep learning curve to go beyond simple site. I’m working with Organic Groups. I figure a “Cause” on HFC can be a Group, and a “Need” be a response. Thing is, when I think about a fully working HFC, I kind of see hackers browsing through a catalog of “Needs” looking for ones that meet their skills.
So that to me speaks of Taxonomoy. I think I can go one further. What if there was a shared taxonomy between Needs and Hackers? A Hacker selects from a set of skills that they have, or things they are interested in. When a Cause posts a Need, it fills out the same skills. We can then match up hackers to needs in many ways. Show a “New Needs” box to Hackers browsing that only show them Needs that require their skills. All kinds of possabilities become available. (more…)
Posted in Stuff, Things and tagged drupal, havent, organic group, person, site, steep learning curve, test site, umbrella concept, vm, XAMPP by Zate with no comments yet.
We desperately need a server upgrade. We currently have 2 dedicated boxes, and it’s certainly starting to show it’s age. Major problem is space. I need more space to be able to upgrade TR and TF.
So I am putting the pressure on Aharon to buy us something new. Looking at this — http://knownhost.com/dedicated-servers.html
It’s what a site I frequent quite often (tankspot.com) uses, and they have many times our current users, so if it works for them, should work for us.
We can get a nicely configured quadcore i970 box, 12gb ram, 2x500gb drives, for about $300 a month. Only caveate is bandwidth, it comes with 2.5TB. Not sure how much we are currently using. I should look that up.
Biggest issue with that is backups. The drives are not mirrored (ouch!). so what happens if we have a disk failure? (more…)
Posted in Stuff, Things and tagged aharon, com, disk failure, knownhost, organic group, pressure, quadcore, site, thin ice, work by Zate with no comments yet.