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I think we should make a list, and then maybe vote, on which "hacking" tools are the best. But it's not just limited to hacking, it can be anything tech related. And please no exploits, they are made, and then patched very quickly.

To start it off:

GNU/Linux

gcc/g++/g77/gwhatever

perl

nmap

nessus

snort

jtr

ethereal / tcpdump

ping / whois / finger / tracert

openssh

telnet

firefox (best web browser, not exactly a "hacking" tool)

netcat

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gdb

ollydbg (if on win32)

irc (seek and ye shall find)

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hping2

paketto keiretsu

fragroute

I second gdb along with gnu binutils:

strip

elfread

objdump

strings

ar

as

ld

addr2line

c++filt

nm

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brutus

hydra

access diver

STC 3.0

toneloc

notepad

advanced rar password recovery

cain

hex workshop

soft ICE

winHTtrack

pgp

webcracker 3.0

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lOphtcrack

SamInside

chntpw

ssldump

fragrouter

some hacking distros with awesome tools:

Auditor

Whoppix

HAX

Knoppix STD

PHLAK

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If your looking for a download of most of the major tools I would point you towards something like whax, or another pentration testing live cd. The Whax website also lists all of the included tools at this link...

http://portsonline.net/whaxlist.html

Have fun! :)

-Dr^ZigMan

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sub7

Thats all i ever use for everything and anything

ROFL

lol, oh yea... the sub7 is ub3r 1337, t3h r34l h4ck3rs us3 SUB7!!!!

...

anyway the tools I use are:

Cain

winrtgen

nmap

ethereal

John the Ripper

Sam Spade

puTTY

HexEdit

Moorer maxx proxy checker

Connecter (program I made, it's just a RAW client that uses winsock to connect to a server on any port you want with some other functions).

TSearch

Notepad++

pulver.communicator

can't think of anything else.

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Nikto

Whisker

Airsnort

cygwin (for lots of *nix stuff on windows)

I have heard of WHAX and PHLAK and such, but what are they? Are they just live CD's with "hacking" tools? Because most linux distro's come with that, I pretty much use netcat, nmap, jtr, and gcc.

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metasploit?

i know its sploit based but it makes it so damn ez to roll all that shit up

for footprints i likes to always carry a copy of the gfi lan scanner trial edition in mine pocketses

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I personally like to use 7thsphere for IRC wars.

<edit>Ok that was me being mean. I find nmap to be very usefull. Ethereal, etherape, nessus, the metasploit architecture, and many others found in security based live-cd's are all great. For windows, I like the tools from eEye Security such as Iris, and Retina. Iris in particular is a bad ass windows packet sniffer, and though I havn't messed with Ethereal filters a whole lot, I would have to say that Iris is on a par (though not open source, or 'free' in any sense of the word). Also I find that some older software like banapia can be usefull under the right circumstances. </edit>

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Linux (knoppix or what ever) :wub: me <3 linux

Eathereal

AirSnort

Kismet

look@lan

Windows Media Player

Cain

Notepad (or somthing to keep info on)

CL5

(sub7 or somthing like from time to time) :devil:

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The stuff i normally use:

Ethereal

Nmap

John The Ripper

PuTTY

cygwin

HexEdit

Python(I use python for anything and everything when it comes to computers)

Retina network Scanner

Smac

There are some more i use occasionally but those are the main ones.

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Dev Bloodshed (the C/C++ compiler) - Open source and free, it's also one of the best compilers on the market, I think it embodies everything good about hacking. Except that it's windows only, but meh.

Google - comon, it's google :P

Mozilla - the BEST e-mail + web browsing client, plus a decent webpage editor. And it's open source and free!

FingerprintMV - okay, it's Sony, it's closed source and it costs. But I got given it free and it's sooo cool to show it off to your mates :D Welcome to the future! :P

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pinky (similar to finger)

dtmfkit-1.0

hakin9 (and all the tools included in the distro)

fedora core

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sub7

Thats all i ever use for everything and anything

wtf they still develop that?!

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Skoby - That one was firmly tongue in cheek bro. :)

Batman24 - What is CL5? I put it in Google, and nothing even resembling a tool came up on the first two pages. I'm pretty sure no software period was on the first two pages.

I have to ask too....How is Windows Media Player a hacking tool? It isn't even a good media player.

Anti-Windows rhetoric aside, it just sucks. I like VLC, Winamp and some Media Player Classic/RealAlternative for Real files. You'll like those much more once you get the hang of em.

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