Defending with Static ARP Entries (Linux)

ARP poisoning is something that's being taught at the moment during the course I'm on at university. Naturally because we do all our work in the "hack labs" where there's a sandboxed network with a proxy for Internet access. We are warned that in these labs, almost anything goes as…

Copy SSH ID to other machines from OSX

ssh-copy-id [-i [identity_file]] [user@]server And it doesn't exist on OSX. It's such a useful tool so thankfully there's a port available, just copy the following line and paste it in Terminal curl https://raw.github.com/beautifulcode/ssh-copy-id-for-OSX/master/ssh-copy-id.sh -o /usr/local/bin/ssh-copy-id &&…

Victory at CTF

I'm pleased to report that my team won the CTF event setup by the Leeds Hacking Society. It was a fantastic time, with a good number of teams battling it out to capture as many flags as possible. My team name was "The Revenge of My Little Pony" which was…

ghost & CTF & bsides

It have been a wee while, so some updates from me: ghost Wooohoooo - nah not that type of ghost. More specifically the engine that powers this blog - ghost - it have been really impressive so far. I've just updated this blog to the latest, a pain-free experience too…

MITM Attack with ARP Poisoning

Today I'm trying out ARP poisoning to do a MITM attack. MITM stands for Main in the Middle. This type of attack simply is a form of active eavesdropping. The attacker make connections between victims, and relay all traffic between them. From the victim's point of view, it appears as…

All your keypress are belong to us

Some background for this post: I'm doing the Computer Security & Forensics course at Leeds Metropolitan University. In a module that we are doing at this moment is called Digital Security Landscape. For this module, all practical work are done in the specialist (sandboxed) computer labs where we use a…