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  • #53263

    M4alwar3
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    Nice!
    I might cotrib to this project soon

    #91328

    justinfoly
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    hey there some people are trying to hack my website. they are login in into my wp-admin panel and changing settings apkpure.com how can i stop them

    #91974

    Krintoxi
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    @justinfoly Hire someone to do a security assessment , block all access to your website while you calculate the damage.

    #106000

    iyablake
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    Nice work !!

    Would you know how to use python for scanning Common vulnerabilities for Windows and Linux based on CVE database or any other method, I’m trying to make a simple web app for vulnerabilities detection for Windows and Linux OS that works like Nessus….

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by  iyablake.
    #106314

    Krintoxi
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    @iyablake Thanks for the comment, if you liked this Alpha edition i worked on 2 years ago, you will like the version in Python3 iv’e been working on with automatic scanning, VPN, and Tor implementation , check it out here: http://citoolkit.pw

    As far as scanning goes , iv’e been building similar things to incorporate into my toolkit, it treats Python2.7 and Python3 scripts as extensions once they are implemented in. If you would like to know more , private message me! 🙂

    #106316

    iyablake
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    @Krintoxi Thanks for the response, I think it will indeed help me !!

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