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The hacking tools of the professional hackers

Not everything that is useful is allowed. This is especially true for the hacker tools that we are introducing to you today. For some ToolsTools we are not allowed to provide a download link because their use and distribution may be prohibited in certain cases due to the criminal code (see below). However, this is controversial. Everything about security on CIO.de Everything about tools on CIO.de

  1. Aircrack-ng
    WLANs should be encrypted as much as possible so that no stranger can mess around. The old WEP process is unsuitable for this, however: the new version of Aircrack-ng determines the key of a WEP-protected radio network within seconds. Aircrack-ng can only find the key to the more secure WPA process by trying out all combinations of letters and numbers. This takes a long time and is even hopeless with complex passwords.
  2. Blues Port Scanner
    Blue's Port Scanner monitors all ports of the computer over which data is exchanged when there is an active Internet connection.
  3. Cain & Abel
    With Cain & Abel you can eavesdrop on data traffic in a local network. The tool is able to change the assignment table in the router or switch so that it can intercept the data packets. A trick can also be used to eavesdrop on encrypted HTTPS connections. Cain & Abel does not display the raw data traffic, but picks out the information relevant to hackers, for example user names, passwords and VoIP calls.
  4. Distributed password recovery
    Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery 2.60.176 is a high-performance tool for decrypting passwords. The special thing about the software: It can incorporate the computing power of graphics cards with Nvidia's GPU Geforce 8 and 9. These graphical processing units are several times superior to current CPUs when it comes to cryptography calculations. In addition, the program is able to distribute the calculation in the network. Among other things, the tool can crack Office documents and Windows passwords.
  5. Eraser
    If you delete files from your hard drive, they can be recovered. This is particularly annoying with confidential files, especially when several users share a PC.

    Download: Eraser
  6. HijackThis
    Some websites take advantage of vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer to install software that changes the home page entry in IE. The free tool HijackThis specializes in these types of pests.
  7. Hotspot Shield
    If you want to use the freedom of the Internet outside of your four walls or the office, you can easily become a victim of hackers with your wireless LAN, who can use the connection to the hotspot for attacks. The free hotspot shield protects you against this.

    Download: Hotspot Shield
  8. IceSword
    The Icesword security tool is aimed at experienced users. It searches for rootkits that have been smuggled into the system and then offers them to be deleted.
  9. Kismet
    Kismet detects whether unauthorized persons want to break into your network. The Windows version of Kismet requires the Airpcap adapter from Cace.
  10. Nessus
    With Nessus, individual PCs or entire networks can be conveniently examined for security gaps.
  11. NetStumbler
    The tool finds all W-LANs that are active in the vicinity and displays them together with the SSID (Service Set Identifier) ​​in list form. It lists all important information such as encryption and radio channel.
  12. NetWorx
    If you would like to know what is happening in your network, Networx can provide you with comprehensive information. Hidden as an icon in the tray, the tool collects all information and displays it on request.
  13. Nmap
    Nmap checks computers in the network or in the Internet for open ports. For example, you can find out which computers on the Internet or LAN offer which services.
  14. Offline NT PW & Registry Editor
    Offline NT Password & Registry Editor only serves one simple purpose, but it is very effective: It enables the login password of Windows XP and Vista to be overridden.
  15. Resource Hacker
    Resource Hacker can be used to change the user interface of many Windows programs. Specifically, menus, labels, keyboard shortcuts, controls and dialog boxes can be manipulated.

    Download: Resource Hacker
  16. Shark
    Controlling computers remotely over the Internet - that is what Shark is used for. Unlike legal remote desktop software such as Ultravnc, Shark enables this without the knowledge and consent of the user sitting in front of the remote PC. The Shark server component disguises itself in a number of ways in order to remain undetected. The attacker can pass them on to his victims unnoticed, for example by e-mail or disguised as a useful program on websites. The servers report to the attacker at regular intervals and wait for his commands.
  17. Snort
    Snort is a very popular intrusion detection system for Windows and Linux systems. The tool is versatile and offers almost all functions that the user expects from a current intrusion detection system.
  18. Stealther
    With the free Firefox AddOn Stealther you can surf the Internet anonymously.
  19. Super scan
    With Superscan you beat hackers in their search for potential targets of attack on your PC. The English-language freeware scans your system for open ports and shows all possible entry points. To do this, the search program sends a connection request to each port address. You can use the answers to identify all open ports. The fewer ports that are open, the better.
  20. Wireshark
    You want to see what data is flowing through the line to the Internet. For example, you might want to find out which server is contacting a particular program and what it is sending. The tool uses the universal LAN driver Winpcap, which is attached to the driver of the network card. This logs all data that is sent and received and forwards it to Wireshark.

With a free tool, you could have your computer screened for potential targets. However, a malicious hacker could also use this very tool to investigate someone else's computer. Another tool also proves useful when it comes to checking what data is flowing through the line to the Internet. But this tool is not allowed in this country either.

Hacker Tools: In August 2007, Germany implemented EU guidelines for combating computer crime. Paragraph 202c of the Criminal Code states under "Preparing the spying and interception of data": Anyone who prepares a criminal offense according to § 202a (spying on data) or § 202b (interception of data) by using computer programs, the purpose of which is the commission of such an act is, manufactures, procures for oneself or another, sells, leaves to another, disseminates or otherwise makes accessible, is punishable by imprisonment for up to one year or a fine.

Source: PC World