Commands by bhbmaster (7)

  • wmr - | pv -s $SIZEOFMEM | ssh -p 40004 -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C root@savelocation.com "cat - > /forensics/T430-8gb-RAM1.dd" Run above command from Windows Cygwin: On Windows: Install Cygwin, and copy WMR (windows memory reader 1.0) memory diagnostic into cygwin\bin folder, also install cygwins netcat and ssh (openssh). I recommend installing apt-cyg and running " On Linux: Have an SSH Server SIMPLEST FORM: WINDOWS: # wmr - | ssh root@savelocation.com "cat - > /tmp/FileToSave.dd" For more details on how to extract information from memory dump: apt-get install foremost foremost -t all -T -i /forensics/T430-8gb-RAM1.dd For more information: http://www.kossboss.com/memdump-foremost Show Sample Output


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    wmr - | pv -s $SIZEOFMEM | ssh -p 40004 -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C root@savelocation.com "cat - > /forensics/T430-8gb-RAM1.dd"
    bhbmaster · 2013-05-31 00:04:19 0
  • Most of the commands require the jpegs a certain format, not this, it just follows alphabetical order. The same order you follow if you do "ls -lisah" from top to bottom, top frame is first, bottom is last... This goes perfectly with a webcam timelapse... I have just the script for it: http://www.kossboss.com/linux---app-script---timelapse---capush Show Sample Output


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    mencoder mf://*.jpg -mf fps=50:type=jpg -ovc raw -oac copy -o out50fps.avi
    bhbmaster · 2013-05-30 07:49:36 0
  • NOTE: When opening the files you might need to strip the very top line with notepad++ as its a mistake header This is useful when the local machine where you need to do the packet capture with tcpdump doesn?t have enough room to save the file, where as your remote host does tcpdump -i eth0 -w - | ssh forge.remotehost.com -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C -p 50005 "cat - | gzip > /tmp/eth0.pcap.gz" Your @ PC1 doing a tcpdump of PC1s eth0 interface and its going to save the output @ PC2 who is called save.location.com to a file /tmp/eth0-to-me.pcap.gz again on PC2 More info @: http://www.kossboss.com/linuxtcpdump1 Show Sample Output


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    tcpdump -i eth0 -w - | ssh forge.remotehost.com -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C -p 50005 "cat - | gzip > /tmp/eth0.pcap.gz"
    bhbmaster · 2013-05-30 07:41:22 0
  • This is useful when the local machine where you need to do the packet capture with tcpdump doesn?t have enough room to save the file, where as your remote host does tcpdump -i eth0 -w - | ssh savelocation.com -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C -p 50005 "cat - > /tmp/eth0.pcap" Your @ PC1 doing a tcpdump of PC1s eth0 interface and its going to save the output @ PC2 who is called save.location.com to a file /tmp/ppp1-to-me.pcap.gz again on PC2 More info @: http://www.kossboss.com/linuxtcpdump1 Show Sample Output


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    tcpdump -i eth0 -w - | ssh savelocation.com -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C -p 50005 "cat - > /tmp/eth0.pcap"
    bhbmaster · 2013-05-30 07:33:48 0
  • NOTE: When doing these commands when asked for questions there might be flowing text from the pv doing the progress bar just continue typing as if its not there, close your eyes if it helps, there might be a yes or no question, type "yes" and ENTER to it, and also it will ask for a password, just put in your password and ENTER I talk alot more about this and alot of other variations of this command on my site: http://www.kossboss.com/linuxtarpvncssh Show Sample Output


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    cd /srcfolder; tar -czf - . | pv -s `du -sb . | awk '{print $1}'` | ssh -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -p 50005 root@destination.com "tar -xzvf - -C /dstfolder"
    bhbmaster · 2013-05-30 07:21:06 0
  • Where filein is the source file, destination.com is the ssh server im copying the file to, -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc is selecting the fastest encryption engines, -C is for online compressions and decompression when it comes off the line - supposed to speed up tx in some cases, then the /tmp/fileout is how the file is saved... I talk more about it on my site, where there is more room to talk about this: http://www.kossboss.com/linuxtarpvncssh and http://www.kossboss.com/linux---transfer-1-file-with-ssh Show Sample Output


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    cat filein | ssh destination.com -c arcfour,blowfish-cbc -C -p 50005 "cat - > /tmp/fileout"
    bhbmaster · 2013-05-30 07:18:46 0
  • Do above at the Destination aka The Server. Do the following at the Source aka The Client: tar -cf - /srcfolder | pv | nc www.home.com 50002 If you want ETAs and stuff: tar -cf - /srcfolder | pv -s `du -sb /srcfolder | awk '{print $1}'` | nc www.home.com 50002 If you dont care about progress bars @ server/destination: tar -cf - /srcfolder | pv | nc www.home.com 50002 If you dont care about progress bars @ client/source: tar -cf - /srcfolder | pv -s `du -sb /srcfolder | awk '{print $1}'` | nc www.home.com 50002 I have this in alot better detail where there is more room to talk about it on my site: http://www.kossboss.com/linuxtarpvncssh Show Sample Output


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    while true; do nc -l -p 50002 | pv | tar -xf -; done
    bhbmaster · 2013-05-30 07:17:23 0

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