tl;dr To avoid dependency issues take advantage of built in Java functionality provided by the Sleep scripting language used to write Cobalt Strike Aggressor Scripts. This post examines making web requests without passing execution to an external binary and also discusses using threading to make long requests in the background. Why? Recently I was working to build
Obligatory – ‘if you haven’t seen the background post on Cryptbreaker you can check it out here. Today I’m excited to announce that version 1.2 of Cryptbreaker is officially released! Release Notes As usual, lets start with the release notes. The primary focus of the 1.2 release was expose existing Cryptbreaker functionality via API. A
Intro This blog is the first of several planned ‘feature’ deep-dives where we’ll discuss some of the features provided by Cryptbreaker in greater detail. This is intended to serve as the ‘official’ documentation of the filtering features of Cryptbreaker and will be kept up to date as such. Filters A main goal of Cryptbreaker was
If you haven’t seen my previous post on the purpose, design, features, and use of Cryptbreaker you can check it out here. Today I’m excited to announce that version 1.1 of Cryptbreaker is officially released! View fullsize Release Notes First, lets get the release notes out of the way. This release brings a number of
Quick Password Cracks and Audits Latest Release Notes – v1.2 – February 20, 2020 As usual, lets start with the release notes. The primary focus of the 1.2 release was expose existing Cryptbreaker functionality via API. A secondary purpose was to add support for another hash type that I frequently find myself wanting to crack.