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Black Widow
Offensive penetration testing tool

Black Widow is a CTF tool developed by Fabrizio Fubelli during the " 2019" event. It provides many ways and useful methods to exploit many kinds of vulnerabilities. This software will be constantly updated, to keep up to date with the latest existing technologies. Main functionalities: Sniffing; Regex to find and send flag automatically; Multiple requests (sequential and parallel); Multitasking (to solve faster the brute force); Cluster (if two or more computers are running Black Widow inside the same network, they can cluster their problems); Encryption/Decryption by using the popular types of cryptographic algorithms (ex. Base64, MD5, ...).



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Fabrizio Fubelli

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23 May 2019

Leaders and contributors

Fabrizio Fubelli (FabrizioFubelli)Project Manager, Software Designer, Software Developer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
VCS Repository Webview
Bug Tracking

Software prerequisites

Required to usePython >= 3.7
Weak prerequisitedjango
Source requirementsimplejson
Required to usegunicorn
Source requirementnetifaces
Source requirementsqlmap
Source requirementnumpy
Source requirementtermcolor
Source requirementpyshark
Source requirementtinytag
Source requirementpytidylib
Source requirementurllib3
Source requirementrequests

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 20 September 2020.


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