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awesome-computer-history - An Awesome List of computer history videos, documentaries and related folklore

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A curated list of computer history videos, documentaries and related folklore maintained by Thomas Watson. Inspired by the awesome list thing.Pull Requests are welcome.

changelog.com - Hacker to the 💚

  •    Elixir

This is the CMS behind changelog.com. It's an Elixir application built on the Phoenix web framework, PostgreSQL, and many other great open source efforts. Probably not. We won't stop you from doing it, but we don't advise it. This is not a general purpose podcasting CMS. It is a CMS that is specific to Changelog and our needs. From the design and layout to the data structures and file hosting, we built this for us. An example of just how custom it is — we literally have our podcast slugs hardcoded in areas of the code. Yuck.

Findsploit - Find exploits in local and online databases instantly

  •    Shell

Findsploit is a simple bash script to quickly and easily search both local and online exploit databases. This repository also includes "copysploit" to copy any exploit-db exploit to the current directory and "compilesploit" to automatically compile and run any C exploit (ie. ./copysploit 1337.c && ./compilesploit 1337.c). This software is free to distribute, modify and use with the condition that credit is provided to the creator (1N3@CrowdShield) and is not for commercial use.

medium-cli - Medium for Hackers - :computer: A CLI for Medium Stories.

  •    Javascript

Medium for Hackers - A CLI for reading Medium Stories. It helps you read awesome medium articles right in your terminal.




h4cker - This repository is primarily maintained by Omar Santos and includes resources related to ethical hacking / penetration testing, digital forensics and incident response (DFIR), vulnerability research, exploit development, reverse engineering, and more

  •    Java

This repository includes thousands of cybersecurity-related references and resources and it is maintained by Omar Santos. This GitHub repository has been created to provide supplemental material to several books, video courses, and live training created by Omar Santos and other co-authors. It provides over 6,000 references, scripts, tools, code, and other resources that help offensive and defensive security professionals learn and develop new skills. This GitHub repository provides guidance on how build your own hacking environment, learn about offensive security (ethical hacking) techniques, vulnerability research, exploit development, reverse engineering, malware analysis, threat intelligence, threat hunting, digital forensics and incident response (DFIR), includes examples of real-life penetration testing reports, and more. These courses serve as comprehensive guide for any network and security professional who is starting a career in ethical hacking and penetration testing. It also can help individuals preparing for the Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP), the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), CompTIA PenTest+ and any other ethical hacking certification. This course helps any cyber security professional that want to learn the skills required to becoming a professional ethical hacker or that want to learn more about general hacking methodologies and concepts.

goHackTools - Hacker tools on Go (Golang)

  •    Go

This project is licensed under MIT license. Please read the LICENSE file. Welcomes any kind of contribution. Please read the CONTRIBUTING, ISSUE TEMPLATE and CODE_OF_CONDUCT file.

respounder - Respounder detects presence of responder in the network.

  •    Go

Respounder sends LLMNR name resolution requests for made-up hostnames that do not exist. In a normal non-adversarial network we do not expect such names to resolve. However, a responder, if present in the network, will resolve such queries and therefore will be forced to reveal itself. Respounder is available for 32/64 bit linux, OS X and Windows systems. Latest versions can be downloaded from the Release tab above.


hackercouch - Hospitality for Hackers

  •    CSS

See add.md for more detailed instructions. And open http://localhost:4000 in your browser.