I’ve started a project named Onion Harvester for finding the Onion addresses in TOR hidden services which are not exposed by the owners. I believe that the real dark markets and interesting stuff of TOR networks relies in the dark.
This the second and final writeup of Android challenges which was given in 8st Sharif CTF. I’ve wrote about the team and place in the 8st SharifCTF Android WriteUps: Vol I. The writeup begins …
Two weeks ago, SharifCTF was hold and the questions were acceptable. We attended with CGU team name and and gain the 44th place among the 682 attended teams, whom has at least one question solved in the CTF. In this post I described the writeup for the question about reverse engineering of Android app with 200 points (the 3rd question of reverse section).
Offsec is an Iranian computer security group which holds conferences or CTFs in the computer security area. In their recent challenge, they created a web challenge which is accessible through offsecmag Telegram channel. The challenge started on 16 Dec 2016 and here I will WRITE UP! 🙂
In this post, the write up of the challenge is presented.
As I told in About Mir Saman section, I love classical musics. I used to listen to online classical radios which are broadcasting the musics 24×7. I was wondering how these services are working. In this post I will show you how to create an online radio broadcast station from your computer. Continue reading Your Radio: Broadcast Yourself!
Knowing all possible web paths in the world is the initial step for making a search engine (SE). By means of SE one can analyze the web for the material he/she likes. In normal Domain Name System, each TLD provider (Top Level Domain) can sell or release list of all its domains. As an example .com TLD can sell or release all the domains which are end with “.com“. But the problem is more complicated in TOR (or other hidden service providers). In this post I will talk about my tool named Onion Harvester and how to find initial points for finding hidden services to be crawled.
In “Encrypting Emails using PGP/GPG”, I have described how to configure GPG (PGP) + Enigmail + Thunderbird for sending signed and encrypted emails. But the inner process of PGP is not described. In this post, I will describe how PGP works and the emulation process of PGP will be covered by the nice cryptography tool named cryptoolv2.
In the “Control your home IoT”, the configuration steps for controlling the home IoT system remotely, are described. In this post I will describe how to control your system graphically!
By means of IoT lots of things can be connected and controlled by Internet such as smart homes. In this small tutorial I will discuss about personal smart home solutions and how to remotely control them. In small word “Control your Home IoT System over TOR” 🙂