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Irongeek's Wall of Social Science Majors (inspired by the Wall of Shame/Wall of Sheep)

Irongeek's Wall of Social Science Majors
(inspired by the Wall of Shame/Wall of Sheep)

        You all have seen the Wall of Shame/Wall of Sheep that they run at various hacker cons right? I know DefCON had one every year, and I saw something similar at PhreakNIC. Well, this is my version, the Wall of Social Science Majors. What the wall does is display the passwords of users at the con that are using insecure protocols. They set up a box on the gateway that sniffs for plaintext passwords (Telnet, HTTP Basic Authentication, FTP, POP3 etc. ) and displays them. Well, I could not find any code to do this on the web, so I made my own. You feed this PHP script with the output from Ettercap ("ettercap -Tq -d -m ettertest.log") and it seems to work pretty well, read the comments in the code for details on how to set it up. If you have any suggestions/changes/code fixes please email me. Feel free to use it on your co if you like.

Read the code and change the commenting to enable some of these features:

  • Display X characters of the password instead of the whole thing.

  • Change the automatic refresh rate.

  • Choose where the script finds the Ettercap log created with the -m option.

 

Download from:

Ver 1.2 (rename the txt file to shame.php)
Ver 1.0

 

Pictures taken by UNHOLY of the Wall Of Social Science Majors at Notacon 3:

 

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