Hello guys! What's going on?
Today I'm doing a short video to show you an incredibly useful app for Android called IP Webcam. This application allows camera over IP (internet protocol) straight from your Android phone. Pretty cool right?
Not only is it a killer app, but it's also free and contains several options to customize it to your needs!
- Keep an eye on the kids or stove while you're in a different room.
- Watch the front or back door of your house as a security camera...
- Penetration tests where physical breaking in become necessary!
- What else can you do with it?
Happy 4th of July my friends!
After a wave of requests, I realized I haven't done a tutorial about SQL Injection. Now don't get me wrong, I love the attack vector and I'm aware it has been the top vulnerability since it became widespread - most notably of OWASP. However, I assumed it was too old for me to go into it - and by that I mean there's already a lot of good material covering it by great people!
Anyway, because of the continued requests and also the progression of new automated injection tools, I have decided to dedicate a few videos to the topic. Hopefully the new generation watching this tutorial will learn from it and program their websites / web applications accordingly.
I would also love for you guys to practice on my blog and search for vulnerabilities if you'd like to, just don't use automated tools (they're heavy on the server's load). Make sure to report them to me: admin@TechnicDynamic.com!
Enough talk, let's get on with the good stuff... (...)
Today we will take a look at an automated standalone keylogger written in Python. The keylogger has many of the cool features shown a while back in the "Python Keylogger" post, with some new stuff added in for good measure.
The keylogger is rather simple and can be run from command line. For those who missed the last post, one of the features allows to take screenshots when the client browses specific websites... adding to that, we implement a function to send automated emails containing the logs and screenshots captured.
Let's take a look at the requirements...
The program is written in Python. If you don't have it, go ahead and download it from their website. I'm on version 2.7.5 as of right now. I have also made a tutorial showing how to setup Python in case you need it. ;) (...)