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    Greetz.

    I thought i would start a thread as i'm curious to know what everyone has in there "Security Toolkit/s"

    here are a few common things that can be found in my toolkit.


    1. Helix
    2. Nmap
    3. Putty
    4. Ip Wild Subnet calculator
    5. SCP
    6. Advanced Port Scanner
    7. SecureCRT

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    Some of mine are the same:

    Nmap
    Netcat
    Putty
    Cain
    Wireshark
    TCPDump
    WinSCP
    Metasploit
    TrueCrypt
    SSL Strip
    Hashtab

    Are you wondering about AV/AM as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by westin View Post
    Are you wondering about AV/AM as well?
    Is it apart of your "Security Toolkit"? then yeah share those also.

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    Hydra
    IPSorcery
    Hping / Hping2 / Hping3
    Nmap
    IPTraf

    Those are some heavy hitters I think. Hping and IPSorcery are incredibly good, and Hydra is right there too. I think those three tools are very high up on any list of tools.
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    my security tools

    hirens
    killdisk
    german police boot cd
    knoppix live boot cd
    im a Steve Wozniak in a bill gates world

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    Quote Originally Posted by t34b4g5 View Post
    Is it apart of your "Security Toolkit"? then yeah share those also.
    In that case...

    MalwareBytes AntiMalware
    AVG Free
    Avast! [I have been flipping between these two lately...]
    ComboFix
    Spybot [Occasionally]
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    Kismet
    Systernals
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    debugging

    Do any of you use debuggers like Immunity Debugger? It's the only one I have used and I'm not sure if any of the programs you mentioned are debuggers.

    I myself have
    Hirens
    UBCD
    Immunity Debugger
    Netcat
    Fport
    Putty
    Wireshark
    Metasploit

    avira
    MSSE
    spybot

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    The group policy manager. And since people are just blurting out programs that have absolutely ****ing nothing to do with the integrity of computers...

    minesweeper
    notepad
    MS-Paint
    solitaire

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    MY list was good Besides, Notepad can be used to open files as text. lol. I'm currently using "WinAmp" to play "Demented Are Go" which is exploiting my love of Rock-A-Billy and Psychobilly.
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