Broaden your selection: Category/Security
- The tool is designed as a password dictionary attack tool that targets windows authentication via the SMB protocol. It is really a wrapper script around the ‘smbclient’ binary, and as a result is dependent on it for its execution.
- aenig4 emulates the Enigma M4 cipher machine used by the U-boot division of the German Navy during World War II. It can be used as well to emulate the Enigma I machine (M1, M2, M3).
- Anontwi - is a tool for OAuth2 applications (such as: GNUSocial, Twitter...) that provides different layers of encryption and privacy methods.
- BeeCrypt is a cryptography library that contains highly optimized C and assembler implementations of many well-known algorithms including Blowfish, MD5, SHA-1, Diffie-Hellman, and ElGamal. Unlike some other crypto libraries, BeeCrypt is not designed to solve one specific problem, like file encryption, but to be a general purpose toolkit which can be used in a variety of applications. There are also no patent or royalty issues associated with BeeCrypt.
- bitwarden-ruby is a server application for storing credentials, especially web-based login details. It includes an independent API reference. Compatible browser plugins can retrieve and fill in login credentials based on the current URL. bitwarden-ruby is a replacement for bitwarden-core, a freely licensed server application with a non-free dependency (the SQL Server database).
- Black Widow is a CTF tool developed by Fabrizio Fubelli during the "CyberChallenge.it 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, ...).
- Botan (formerly OpenCL) is a library of cryptographic algorithms. It includes a wide selection of block and stream ciphers, public key algorithms, hash functions, and message authentication codes, plus a high level filter-based interface. The home page has a list of supported algorithms.
- Briar is a messaging app designed for activists, journalists, and anyone else who needs a safe, easy and robust way to communicate. Unlike traditional messaging apps, Briar doesn't rely on a central server - messages are synchronized directly between the users' devices. If the internet's down, Briar can sync via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, keeping the information flowing in a crisis. If the internet's up, Briar can sync via the Tor network, protecting users and their relationships from surveillance.
- BUGS is the Big and Useful Great Security key encryption algorithm and applications. It is easy to use, and includes sample applications and documentation. The cryptography library can also be used with your own programs. Features include:
- Private key algorithm
- Dynamic cryptography algorithm
- Source code can be made public without making the algorithm weak
- Infinite key lengths
- Bilateral bits swwapping with various windows
- Bilateral Pseudo randomly binary operations
- Random number added to key
- Random number generator using the ISAAC algorithm
- Possibility of generating your own RNG seed
- Five different cryptography levels, for the best possible
- combination of efficiency and speed
- Seed and shuffle functions
- A clear text can be crypted using its own data
- Two methods of execution: direct disk access or memory cache
- Strong key generator
- CrococryptQuerl (CQuerl) is a web-based open-source file encryption and file exchange tool. If you trust the application service provider which is running CrococryptQuerl, it can be seen as an "anonymous & encrypted safe deposit box for computer files". The user provides a file and password and receives an ID. No plaintext data is stored in CQuerl including filenames. If the user looses the ID or forgets the password, the encrypted file cannot be recovered - even by the service provider.
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