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    Munga Bunga's Http brute forcer

    somebody on this board recommended munga bunga's http brute forcer to me a while back. i went to download and install it yesterday(www.hackology.com was like the only place hosting it) and my virus software gave me some warnings. i looked into it and found this: http://www.glocksoft.com/trojan_list/Munga_Bunga.htm apparently its some kind of malware that just formats your hard drives? the documentation looked so good too: http://www.hackology.com/programs/mbhttpbf/readme.htm. can anybody verify whether this is a scam and if it is, recommend a similar application , if its not, recommend a legit website that i could download it from?

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    I personally never dealt to much with that specific application, but I've heard some rather nasty thing's about it. I would run some A/V software on it, as well as a trojan scanner (http://www.swatit.org), and as well as your favorite spyware/adware program. I've heard many thing's about the Hackology Network as well and I dunno half their motive's or what they do (thus I don't really trust that application).
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    i know every time i have ever used munga bunga it has been picked up as a "Hack tool" by my virus scanner, so it didn't do anything harmful to me

    [edit] although now i see i am a slow typer and read the other post b4 mine, i agree that hackology is kind of shady [/edit]
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    I've tested a tool called brutus, it registered as malware as well. It was also a brute force http tool, maybe you would like to check that out.

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    Kind of shady? Sorry.. that "Black Angel" thing sound's like the biggest crock of **** I've ever heard. Like I said, personally I wouldn't use it. But if you scan it completely and it's safe, go for it and try it. If you like it, don't let my opinion stand in your way.
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    Yeap, Munga' Black Angel project is kinda sinking. His team left him alone on the project....
    And He is not that "coder" that ppl think.....

    BTW, for what do you want to use it? May be we can suggest a better "tool" for you?
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    Yeah, according to there site Lord Ikon and Splice left him and like you said he isn't all to great a coder. Whoever coded HDKP isn't a "great coder" anyway's, considering it couldn't be too hard to code a hard drive format (possibly a DOS shell script or something of the like).
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    MungaBungas HTTP bruteforcer is neither malware nor spyware. Its a normal software to attack basic authentication. There is a section for AntiViruses -> HackTools, which are not malware, well, at least no to the computer it is on . But still listed in the AV data file, because of well umm, kinda safety nature of antiviruses. As you probly know, AVs also detect accepted exploits as a security thread too. Thats just a part of antiviruses, product that are detected HackTools.MungaBunga or HackTools.SomekindofBruteforcer are not malware, they are just categorised as Hacking tools.
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    Thank's for clearing that up for me as well as PhoneDog, OkIDaN.
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    the http brute forcer is nothing 2 worry about. The program is fine,@and you can dos yourself if you want... hehe snicker. As the article states on their site somebody DOSed the RIAA site, rock on whoever did that. Other good brute forcers are brutus, etc. etc. i reccomend packet storm for a source of programs. Im not intending you to anything illeagal with it, as im assuming your testing your own machines. munga bunga BFer is considered a hacktool for obvious reasons and because its something a `trojan downloader` might download but its not a trojan so ur in good hands. What about this black angel thing? ive been tracing it since it started and it hasnt gotten anywhere, personally i think its bullshit and also munga bunga couldnt arrange the whole thing himself. I believe lord ikon etc. are part of this scheme as well. Munga bunga is sure to give it up soon, and nothing more will be heard of black angel, and that new member isnt worth anything. what do you guys think?
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