Commands by operat0r (6)

  • To be used with other port scanners and or for help with iptables --dport 1000:2000 style expansion Show Sample Output


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    nmap -oA derp --top-ports 10 localhost>/dev/null;grep 'services\=' derp.xml | sed -r 's/.*services\=\"(.*)(\"\/>)/\1/g'
    operat0r · 2020-02-06 12:59:24 3
  • This will allow you to ensure you don't get nagged by updates and also protects you from watering hole attacks! Please be sure to make sure your plugins don't have any security issues! Backups are manifext.jason.bak credit @Jay https://chat.counterpoint.info


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    find / -iname "manifest.json" -exec sed 's/\"update_url\": \"http/\"update_url\": \"hxxp/g' -i.bak '{}' \;
    operat0r · 2018-10-09 19:50:31 0
  • When bundle install sucks ...This runs isuckat_ruby.rb and when stderror matches find gem ' it will gem install what ever is missing ... Show Sample Output


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    gem install `ruby ./isuckat_ruby.rb 2>&1 | sed -e 's/.*find gem .//g' -e 's/ .*//g' | head -n 1`
    operat0r · 2016-08-03 19:41:27 0
  • This dumps serial numbers of all the drives but HP warranty check does not say they are valid ... Show Sample Output


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    hpacucli controller all show config detail | grep -A 7 Fail | egrep '(Failed|Last|Serial Number|physicaldrive)'
    operat0r · 2016-07-20 17:42:40 0
  • This is used during pentest to quickly poll all the processes running on a set of systems you have common credentials for the /FAILFAST:ON speeds up the scans. Show Sample Output


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    FOR /F "delims==" %%A IN ('type ips.txt') DO wmic /Node:%%A wmic /user:username /password:yourpassword /FAILFAST:ON process where "name like '%.exe'" call getowner
    operat0r · 2014-06-26 01:53:29 1
  • # CC with SSN dash ( low false positive only match ###-##-#### not any 8digi number ) find . -iname "*.???x" -type f -exec unzip -p '{}' '*' \; | sed -e 's/]\{1,\}>/ /g; s/[^[:print:]]\{1,\}/ /g' | egrep "\b4[0-9]{12}(?:[0-9]{3})?\b|\b5[1-5][0-9]{14}\b|\b6011[0-9]{14}\b|\b3(?:0[0-5]\b|\b[68][0-9])[0-9]{11}\b|\b3[47][0-9]{13}\b|\b[0-9]{3}-[0-9]{2}-[0-9]{4}\b" rmccurdyDOTcom Show Sample Output


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    find . -iname "*.???x" -type f -exec unzip -p '{}' '*'
    operat0r · 2012-01-24 04:15:28 0

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Convert seconds to [DD:][HH:]MM:SS
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Convert seconds to [DD:][HH:]MM:SS
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