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ReSign - A burp extender that recalculate signature value automatically after you modified request parameter value
A burp extender that recalculate signature value automatically after you modified request parameter value.but you need to know the signature algorithm detail and configure at GUI. More and more mobile developers begin to use the signature algorithm to improve the security of App. when we test the App generated requests, always need to recalculate the sign value and update it again and again to make the request pass the server check.
SPMediaKeyTap abstracts a CGEventHook and other nastiness in order to give you a relatively simple API to receive media key events (prev/next/playpause, on F7 to F9 on modern MacBook Pros) exclusively, without them reaching other applications like iTunes. SPMediaKeyTap is clever enough to resign its exclusive lock on media keys by looking for which application was active most recently: if that application is in SPMediaKeyTap's whitelist, it will resign the keys. This is similar to the behavior of Apple's applications collaborating on media key handling exclusivity, but unfortunately, Apple is not exposing any APIs allowing third-parties to join in on this collaboration. For now, the whitelist is just a hardcoded array in +[SPMediaKeyTap defaultMediaKeyUserBundleIdentifiers]. If your app starts using SPMediaKeyTap, please mail me your bundle ID, and I'll include it in the canonical repository. This is a bad solution; a better solution would be to use distributed notifications to collaborate in creating this whitelist at runtime. Hopefully someone'll have the time and energy to write this soon.
XVim2 (or 'XVim for Xcode 9 and above') is a Vim plugin for Xcode. The plugin intends to offer a compelling Vim experience without the need to give up any Xcode features. Sign Xcode with your own certificate. You can read the instructions for how to do this and if you have questions or concerns about what this means you can read the FAQ on why you need to resign Xcode to use XVim2.
Fsum Frontend is a files integrity checker. It can calculate 96 hash and checksum algorithms(CRC32, MD5, SHA1, SHA2, ADLER, DHA256, FORK256, ...). You can verify your files using a .sfv/.md5/.sha1/.sha2 file or create your own checksum file.
Logins and passwords are for humans. Communication between applications need to be protected through different means. ApiAuth is a Ruby gem designed to be used both in your client and server HTTP-based applications. It implements the same authentication methods (HMAC-SHA1) used by Amazon Web Services.
BadIntent is the missing link between the Burp Suite and the core Android's IPC/Messaging-system. BadIntent consists of two parts, an Xposed-based module running on Android and a Burp-plugin. Based on this interplay, it is possible to use the Burp's common workflow and all involved tools and extensions, since the intercept and repeater functionality is provided. BadIntent hooks deeply into the Android system, performs various method redirections in Parcels and adds additional services to provide the described features. Most notably, BadIntent works system-wide (experimental) and is not restricted to individual user apps. The most handy approach is to install BadIntent Android from the Xposed Module Repository and BadIntent Burp from the Burp’s BApp Store. Both are made available/submitted before the Arsenal presentation of BadIntent in Black Hat Las Vegas 2017.
KIside is a message digest computing and displaying tool. It computes and shows the hash code of any file as a string of hexadecimal numbers. KIside implements standard algorithms such as MD4, MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, TIGER, RIPEMD160.
The goal of this library is to provide a convenient way to create, sign, verify, and validate JWTs while allowing the flexibility to customize each step along the way. This library also includes a Plug for checking tokens as well.1 Implemented mostly in pure Erlang. May be less performant than other supported signature algorithms. See jose JWS algorithm support for more information.
Generate hashes from objects and values in node and the browser. Uses node.js crypto module for hashing. Supports SHA1 and many others (depending on the platform) as well as custom streams (e.g. CRC32). Starting with version 1.1.8 (released April 2017), new versions will consider the exact returned hash part of the API contract, i.e. changes that will affect hash values will be considered semver-major. Previous versions may violate that expectation.
A perceptual hash is a fingerprint of a multimedia file derived from various features from its content. Unlike cryptographic hash functions which rely on the avalanche effect of small changes in input leading to drastic changes in the output, perceptual hashes are "close" to one another if the features are similar. Perceptual hashes are a different concept compared to cryptographic hash functions like MD5 and SHA1. With cryptographic hashes, the hash values are random. The data used to generate the hash acts like a random seed, so the same data will generate the same result, but different data will create different results. Comparing two SHA1 hash values really only tells you two things. If the hashes are different, then the data is different. And if the hashes are the same, then the data is likely the same. In contrast, perceptual hashes can be compared -- giving you a sense of similarity between the two data sets.
Minisign is a dead simple tool to sign files and verify signatures. Minisign uses the EdDSA signature system, and deterministic signature schemes are fragile against fault attacks. However, conducting these requires physical access or the attacker having access to the same physical host.