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RE: Exploits!

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Posted on 29-06-09 21:58
Demons Halo wrote:
The script is ready, but there seems to be one tiny little problem! in a smaller exploit list (like 20-30 items) the script runes decently fast, but when I use the big list (LOTS OF ITEMS Pfft) python does not respond xD
Now I was expecting this so the question is: should I set a low time out? or is there a way to make the script check if a certain URL exists REALLY FAST?


If it times out on long list of items, why not try separating them into more lists. Then parse the lists in an order and maybe some sort of pause after each list. As lists complete you should also store there results then remove the list from memory. I don't know the details of your script and nor am I a python master, so these are just my best guesses and advice that I can offer.


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Edited by p4plus2 on 29-06-09 22:01
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Posted on 29-06-09 22:43
p4plus2 wrote:
Demons Halo wrote:
The script is ready, but there seems to be one tiny little problem! in a smaller exploit list (like 20-30 items) the script runes decently fast, but when I use the big list (LOTS OF ITEMS :P) python does not respond xD
Now I was expecting this so the question is: should I set a low time out? or is there a way to make the script check if a certain URL exists REALLY FAST?


If it times out on long list of items, why not try separating them into more lists. Then parse the lists in an order and maybe some sort of pause after each list. As lists complete you should also store there results then remove the list from memory. I don't know the details of your script and nor am I a python master, so these are just my best guesses and advice that I can offer.


I was wworking on that while you wrote this post XD I've devided the big lists into smaller lists, each with certain type of exploits (SQL/php/etc).

yet still I need the script to go faster.. .any ideas? here comes the most important part of the script:

Code

from urllib2 import *

exploit_list=[]
result_list=[]

site='http://www.hellboundhackers.org'

f=open("sql_exploits.txt", "r")
for line in f:
    exploit_list.append(line)   
f.close()

outp=open("results.txt","w")
x=0
for item in exploit_list:
    address=site+item
    try:
        urlopen(address)
    except HTTPError:
        continue
    except URLError:
        print address
    else:
        outp.write(address)
        x+=1
        print x

outp.close()





The script takes like 5 sec / exploit line until it times out and goes for the next line in the file. So out of experience, how many ms should I set as a time out limit? 5 secs is damn much / exploit -_-

also who do you think about the code? This is not all of it, yet still it's the most important part ^^




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Posted on 29-06-09 22:53
Well you do realize it IS using internet requests so the speed will be based off of your internet connection... I imagine you could send multiple requests and THEN parse the info. That might make it so it doesn't seem to be taking forever for just one exploit.

Another fun thing to do might be to add a function that looks for paths or other error messages so you don't have to look through all of what you receive. That would be helpful for larger lists of exploits.


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Posted on 29-06-09 23:51
Once you finish this, i'm sure it would make a great addition to the code bank.


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Posted on 30-06-09 00:20
A script that takes a variable from a text-file, and then make a POST/GET request with that variable? Wonder why this page isn't slashdotted yet. Truly unique script!



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Posted on 30-06-09 00:34
fashizzlepop wrote:
Well you do realize it IS using internet requests so the speed will be based off of your internet connection... I imagine you could send multiple requests and THEN parse the info. That might make it so it doesn't seem to be taking forever for just one exploit.

Another fun thing to do might be to add a function that looks for paths or other error messages so you don't have to look through all of what you receive. That would be helpful for larger lists of exploits.


ofc... I'm using 24/1 so speed is not an issue (I guess Pfft).
I thought about using multiple requests, but the problem is that the site would go crazy xD

well the exceptions above (especially HTTPError) are almost the only kind of response bothering me Pfft all other responses are worth looking at =D




Edited by Demons Halo on 30-06-09 00:40
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Posted on 30-06-09 00:35
stealth- wrote:
Once you finish this, i'm sure it would make a great addition to the code bank.


I sure hope so Pfft


A script that takes a variable from a text-file, and then make a POST/GET request with that variable? Wonder why this page isn't slashdotted yet. Truly unique script!


hahaha we can worry about that type of stuff later on Pfft let me get this shit working first properly xD I'm not a pro you know -_-




Edited by Demons Halo on 30-06-09 00:37
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Posted on 30-06-09 00:51
Demons Halo wrote:
stealth- wrote:
Once you finish this, i'm sure it would make a great addition to the code bank.


I sure hope so Pfft


A script that takes a variable from a text-file, and then make a POST/GET request with that variable? Wonder why this page isn't slashdotted yet. Truly unique script!


hahaha we can worry about that type of stuff later on Pfft let me get this shit working first properly xD I'm not a pro you know -_-


Uhh....I'm pretty sure Spyware was being sarcastic. Seriously people, his sarcasm isn't that difficult to comprehend. :angry:


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Posted on 30-06-09 00:54
KvK wrote:Uhh....I'm pretty sure Spyware was being sarcastic. Seriously people, his sarcasm isn't that difficult to comprehend. :angry:


NOO SHIT Frown REAAAAAAAAAAAALLY?!?!?!?! Shock


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Posted on 30-06-09 01:19
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KvK wrote:Uhh....I'm pretty sure Spyware was being sarcastic. Seriously people, his sarcasm isn't that difficult to comprehend. :angry:


NOO SHIT Frown REAAAAAAAAAAAALLY?!?!?!?! Shock


YES, REALLY!!!!!


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Posted on 30-06-09 15:31
lol, you guys crack me up.

On another note, I don't understand what your script does exactly. Could you explain?


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Posted on 30-06-09 15:39
ranma wrote:
lol, you guys crack me up.

On another note, I don't understand what your script does exactly. Could you explain?


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Posted on 30-06-09 15:49
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lol, you guys crack me up.

On another note, I don't understand what your script does exactly. Could you explain?


It takes one line at a time from a file full of URL exploits, and tries them on a given site. If the exploit is something other than a 404 or an invalid URL, it saves the info into a new text file called results.

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Posted on 30-06-09 16:16
spyware wrote:
ranma wrote:
lol, you guys crack me up.

On another note, I don't understand what your script does exactly. Could you explain?


"Rank: HBH Guru"


Oh shut up. From his posts I got the feeling he was just saving the urls. I didn't notice he said something other than 404. Makes sense now.


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Posted on 30-06-09 19:03
ranma wrote:
spyware wrote:
ranma wrote:
lol, you guys crack me up.

On another note, I don't understand what your script does exactly. Could you explain?


"Rank: HBH Guru"


Oh shut up. From his posts I got the feeling he was just saving the urls. I didn't notice he said something other than 404. Makes sense now.


I think what spy meant was that a member with the rank "HBH Guru" should be able to understand what a simple Python-script does by reading the code. Wink


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Edited by pimpim on 30-06-09 19:11
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Posted on 30-06-09 19:18
spyware wrote:
ranma wrote:
lol, you guys crack me up.

On another note, I don't understand what your script does exactly. Could you explain?


"Rank: HBH Guru"


heh, spyware is funny. Too bad he never says anything helpful Sad

*ducks*


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Edited by stealth- on 30-06-09 19:19
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Posted on 30-06-09 20:23
Fine, spyware had a point, but I had one too.
I gave the code a quick scan, not noticing the "except HTTPError" part. Sorry for overlooking it Pfft


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