Anonymous hacking tools

There's no way to actually install the image onto a system; however, you could waste your time like I did and use UNetbootin to create a bootable USB version of the image. I checked the processes running and sniffed the network connection with WireShark to be sure there was no badness at work, and found nothing overly concerning. The Sourceforge community team looked at the project, and found it was "a security-related operating system, with, perhaps, an attack-oriented emphasis," the company said in its statement. You can see the list of fails here. But I don't know how much more booby-trapped a tool can get than pointing authorities right back at your IP address as LOIC does without being modified.

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Other than the tools, there's nothing particularly different in Anonymous-OS from the usual poorly configured Ubuntu installation.

Some of the tools are of questionable value, and the attack tools might well be booby-trapped in some way. I had the anonhmous to download it just before Sourceforge shut the project down, loading it up on a virtual machine and installing it to a bootable USB.

Most of the stuff in the "Anonymous" menu here is widely available as open source or as Web-based tools—in fact, a number of the tools are just links to websites, such as the MD5 hash cracker MD5Crack Web.

Before installing Anonymous-OS, I poked around the contents of its DVD image and found that it was created using Remastersysa tool that creates a full-system backup of Debian and Ubuntu based operating system installs up to 4GB in size and turns them into bootable DVD images. Anonjmous look through the processes running on the system, viewed as root.

I checked the processes running and sniffed the network connection with WireShark to be sure there was no badness at work, and found nothing overly concerning. Skip to main content The Anonymous-OS "live" startup.

Lame hacker tool or trojan delivery device? Hands on with Anonymous-OS

On March 13, an anonymous benefactor announced the availability of Anonymous-OS, a new live-bootable Linux distribution tailored for a Once you get past the Ubuntu Hacknig you get past the login, and the introductory music pulled from Anonymous' video pronouncementsyou're greeted with this popup, letting you know that hacming tools in this package are for "educational purposes only.

You can see the list hackinh fails here. And honestly, there's not a whole lot to get excited about—Anonymous-OS is nothing more than a snapshot of a system running Ubuntu Nobody in the security realm is going to shed any tears over the suspension of the Sourceforge project. The rootkit tools rkhunter and chkrootkit also came up empty.

There's no way to actually install the image onto a system; however, you could waste your time like I did and use UNetbootin to create a bootable USB version of the image.

A former Navy officer, systems administrator, and anonymmous systems integrator with 20 years of IT journalism experience, he lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland. Sourceforge's move to take down the project had more to do with the shady way in which it was posted than its content.

But it's clear there are a number of tools here that are in daily use by AnonOps and others, including the encryption tool they've taken to using for passing target information back and forth.

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While I didn't find any evidence of trojans or rootkits while traipsing through its internals and WireShark records of its network trafficit's probably most useful as a snapshot of what overeager Anon wannabes would run on the USB stick they keep hidden under their pillow. You must login or create an account to comment.

But they found no evidence it was in any way connected to Anonymous, concluding that the person or persons behind the project were in fact using the name of the group to draw attention. Sean Gallagher When you get past the login, and the introductory music pulled from Anonymous' video pronouncementsyou're greeted with this popup, letting you know that the tools in this package are for "educational purposes only.

The project team posted that on their site as an MD5 hash for eager downloaders to crack.

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It's no wonder Anonymous members are calling this a fake—if it isn't, it's an embarrassment. But I don't know annoymous much more booby-trapped a tool can get than pointing authorities right back at your IP address as LOIC does without being modified.

The password for the anonymous admin account, in case you were wondering, is anon. It is, at best, a poor substitute for other freely available distributions of Linux tailored to security tasks—most notably Backtrack Linuxan Ubuntu-based distribution that comes configured with a much broader selection of penetration testing, hacking, and "stress testing" tools.

The Sourceforge yacking team looked at the project, and found it was "a security-related operating system, with, perhaps, an attack-oriented emphasis," toolw company said in its statement.

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