•October 25, 2014 • Leave a Comment
[ Company Website ] R.A.M. Network Security Services Website
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Rhys A. Mossom Network Security Services has been formed to offer Cyber Security offerings to South Africa, Southern Africa and on a wider international scale.
Rhys A. Mossom Network Security Services is based in Johannesburg, South Africa delivering international services, specializing in ethical hacking, penetration testing, web-application testing, vulnerability assessments, and information-security compliance assessments.
R.A.M Network Security Services encompasses a broad range of security-testing methods known as Ethical Hacking. It is the practice of assessing the security posture of a given security system, using the same tools and techniques employed by blackhat-hackers on a daily basis. These techniques can be performed against system Operating Systems, services, software and website-applications. There are a number of ways to achieve various results, according to your business needs.
The benefits of a comprehensive analysis can range from reducing the likely hood of downtime and financial or other business implications and damage to electronic assets.
According to the currently available statistics at the time of writing, the document “Net Losses: Estimating the Global Cost of Cybercrime Economic impact of cybercrime II Center for Strategic and international Studies – June 2014” by the renowned global Security company, McAffee, estimates that 0.14% of South Africa’s GPD is lost through cyber-crime. This equates to just less than five (R4.91 Billion) Billion Rand that is stolen. Additionally South Africa ranks number six amongst the most targeted counties for cyber-crime globally by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), whilst another renowned security company, Symantec, listed South Africa as the third worst hit country globally by cyber-crime.
•September 29, 2014 • Leave a Comment
Here is a basic trainer for Assassins Creed 4 – Black Sails.
The game, although fun, is full of annoying sneaking missions. This trainer can assist here.
By searching for a specific array of bytes that represent a compare and a jump and replacing them with no-operation commands a sort of invisibility hack is created. By searching for an array of bytes and not relying on fixed addresses it is possible for this trainer to work on multiple versions, if not all versions.
The array of bytes to search for is: 0x80, 0x7d, 0xff, 0x00, 0x74, 0x0a, 0x5e
This should be replaced with six NOP’s.
The Address in my version of the game is 0x018a239b
Image of memory before patching:
Image of memory after patching:
I have attached source code to automatically patch it.
The trainer is designed as a launcher, and as such must be placed within the games root directory and then executed. The trainer will then launch Assassins creed, whilst searching for the relevant arrays to patch. The hack is completed once a call to WriteProcessMemory is made and six NOP’s are written to the address determined through pattern-searching.
Image of the trainer/launcher is displayed below:
[ CODE ] Trainer.c
•May 28, 2014 • Leave a Comment
Over the past two days (the 27th and 28th of May 2014) Telspace Systems has sponsored the ITWeb Security Summit in Sandton, South Africa.
Telspace was represented through the above stand and a slew of hard-working staff.
•April 29, 2014 • Leave a Comment
This application is a rewrite of my original fuzzer. Several features have been added as well as a full user-friendly GUI.
Additionally the major change in this version is the ability to modify and add the attack strings through the provided sample list. This adds to the overall flexibility of the application.
Additionally the application now supports both POST and GET requests.
The provided text file “attackstrings.txt” contains a list of attack request strings, this file must reside in the applications root directory.
This can also be used to determine whether vulnerability “CVE-2007-1036 JBoss JMX-Console Access Vulnerability” exists on a particular server.
You can try for yourself a target with google, and a google dork: inurl: /reports/rwservlet/help?
As mentioned the contents can be modified to suit the attackers needs.
The sample contents of the “attackstrings.txt” file are as below:
The application and code can be downloaded and viewed below:
[ .TXT C-Code ] OraFuzz_V2_GUI.c
[ .TXT C-Code ] fuzzer.c
[ .TXT C-Code ] OraFuzz_V2_GUI.h
[ .ZIP ] VS Project Files
[ .ZIP/.EXE ] Executable File
[ .TXT ] Attackstrings.txt
•April 28, 2014 • Leave a Comment
SMARTERMAIL 12.0.x FREE EDITION:
Contact Book XSS:
It is possible to send someone a vulnerable .vcf contact file, assuming they are accessing it through Smartermail. The code is executed upon viewing the contact book.
The following was the result of the above XSS attack:
Version 5.5 Enterprise:
The below fields can be seen below:
FN:foo1 foo2 foo3 foo4
The result can be seen below by visiting the contacts page, the code is executed:
The VCARDS used in these attacks can be viewed here:
[ .TXT ] VCard Version 12.0
[ .TXT ] VCard Version 5.5 Enterprise
This issue was reported to Smartertools and I am happy to report that the issues have been resolved speedily with a new build with version numbers after and including: 12.0.5197.19984
•April 8, 2014 • 2 Comments
Heres some brief code that allows you to enumerate and scan for wireless ap’s in your vicinity.
The data is stored both printed on screen and stored in a log file for easy viewing.
[ .TXT ] C- Code
[ .ZIP ] Project Files
[ .ZIP ] Executable File
•March 19, 2014 • Leave a Comment
So I have been working on a packet sniffer for the past few days experimenting with winpcap.
My packet sniffer supports both UDP and TCP protocols which enumerates information such as hardware addresses, IP addresses, Ports and Data Payloads for each packet.
Tools like this can be used extensively for debugging networking applications. You will need Winpcap installed on your computer for this to work.
The below screenshot illustrates the tool in action intercepting both UDP and TCP packets.
Before sniffing can begin you need to select the desired interface by clicking on the interface tab, this will bring up a dialog prompt as follows, and for example my input would be the numeric digit 1
Let me know of any suggestions or help debugging it! I have had one report of it not displaying interfaces in windows 8.
But for XP and windows 7 32 and 64 bit versions it works perfectly.
[ DOWNLOAD EXTERNAL ] WINPCAP
[ .ZIP / EXE ] Program Executable