Reverse SSH Tunnel

Reverse SSH Tunnel + Port Forwarding

What’s goin’ on guys? Today I made a short video talking about Reverse SSH Tunneling and how I connected my local SSH server to my Raspberry Pi 3 using mobile data (AT&T SIM card) as a client. The procedure is very simple (a single ssh command per machine) but there is some details to understand, […]

HID Attack using Teensy

What’s going on!? Lately I’ve been playing a little with the Teensy (3.2) and decided to make a video on the brief setup of a HID (human interface device) attack for Windows. What is Teensy? As described in the Teensy website: The Teensy USB Development Board is a complete USB-based microcontoller development system. Actual size […]

Python Motion Detection with OpenCV (Simple)

Whats goin’ on guys? I am back with another Python video, this time we’re playing with computer vision: “Computer vision is an interdisciplinary field that deals with how computers can be made for gaining high-level understanding from digital images or videos. From the perspective of engineering, it seeks to automate tasks that the human visual system can do.” (Wikipedia) Although it sounds complicated, we’re […]

Full Disk Encryption with VeraCrypt

What’s going on guys? In this post we will be checking out VeraCrypt, a cryptography tool that provides full-disk encryption. This is also a follow up post to our previous one, in which I did an encrypted dual-boot for Slackware 14.2 and Windows 10. Although you can use this tutorial by itself, for all purposes […]

Python Keylogger, Screenshots & Threads

Today we’re going to be implementing keylogging and screenshot capture with threading; some of the core aspects attributed to Python programming, which we just began to scratch. Undoubtedly one of the most logical and intuitive languages in my opinion, it also has a wide range of modules for mostly anything you could think of… chances […]

Python Backdoor – Persistence

Hey guys! This time we will implement a persistence feature for Windows operating system, but more on that later… as per the last post, I felt it was somewhat incomplete. So we will be starting off in simple fashion just to get back on track — it’s been a while — by making a privilege […]

Python Backdoor – Dynamic DNS

Hello guys! Today I am going to be demonstrating how to use a free dynamic DNS solution for our Python backdoor. Reasons to use such a service vary, like keeping a hostname reachable if you have a dynamic IP address, adding an extra layer of stealthiness to our current shell, or simply to stare at […]