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List of Information Security Audit Tools

List of Information Security Audit Tools

S.No. Tools Opensource/Licensed
1 Acunetix Licensed
2 Nessus Licensed
3 SE-SMSer Opensource
4 acccheck opensource
5 ace-voip opensource
6 Amap opensource
7 arp-scan opensource
8 Automater opensource
9 bing-ip2hosts opensource
10 braa opensource
11 CaseFile opensource
12 CDPSnarf opensource
13 cisco-torch opensource
14 Cookie Cadger opensource
15 copy-router-config opensource
16 DMitry opensource
17 dnmap opensource
18 dnsenum opensource
19 dnsmap opensource
20 DNSRecon opensource
21 dnstracer opensource
22 dnswalk opensource
23 DotDotPwn opensource
24 enum4linux opensource
25 enumIAX opensource
26 EyeWitness opensource
27 Faraday opensource
28 Fierce opensource
29 Firewalk opensource
30 fragroute opensource
31 fragrouter opensource
32 Ghost Phisher opensource
33 GoLismero opensource
34 goofile opensource
35 hping3 opensource
36 ident-user-enum opensource
37 InSpy opensource
38 InTrace opensource
39 iSMTP opensource
40 lbd opensource
41 Maltego Teeth opensource
42 masscan opensource
43 Metagoofil opensource
44 Miranda opensource
45 nbtscan-unixwiz opensource
46 Nmap opensource
47 ntop opensource
48 OSRFramework opensource
49 p0f opensource
50 Parsero opensource
51 Recon-ng opensource
52 SET opensource
53 SMBMap opensource
54 smtp-user-enum opensource
55 snmp-check opensource
56 SPARTA opensource
57 sslcaudit opensource
58 SSLsplit opensource
59 sslstrip opensource
60 SSLyze opensource
61 Sublist3r opensource
62 THC-IPV6 opensource
63 theHarvester opensource
64 TLSSLed opensource
65 twofi opensource
66 URLCrazy opensource
67 Wireshark opensource
68 WOL-E opensource
69 Xplico opensource
70 BBQSQL opensource
71 BED opensource
72 cisco-auditing-tool opensource
73 cisco-global-exploiter opensource
74 cisco-ocs opensource
75 cisco-torch opensource
76 copy-router-config opensource
77 DBPwAudit opensource
78 Doona opensource
79 DotDotPwn opensource
80 HexorBase opensource
81 Inguma opensource
82 jSQL opensource
83 Lynis opensource
84 Nmap opensource
85 ohrwurm opensource
86 openvas opensource
87 Oscanner opensource
88 Powerfuzzer opensource
89 sfuzz opensource
90 SidGuesser opensource
91 SIPArmyKnife opensource
92 sqlmap opensource
93 Sqlninja opensource
94 sqlsus opensource
95 tnscmd10g opensource
96 unix-privesc-check opensource
97 Yersinia opensource
98 Armitage opensource
99 Backdoor Factory opensource
100 BeEF opensource
101 Commix opensource
102 crackle opensource
103 exploitdb opensource
104 jboss-autopwn opensource
105 Linux Exploit Suggester opensource
106 Maltego Teeth opensource
107 Metasploit Framework opensource
108 MSFPC opensource
109 RouterSploit opensource
110 Airbase-ng opensource
111 Aircrack-ng opensource
112 Airdecap-ng and Airdecloak-ng opensource
113 Aireplay-ng opensource
114 Airmon-ng opensource
115 Airodump-ng opensource
116 airodump-ng-oui-update opensource
117 Airolib-ng opensource
118 Airserv-ng opensource
119 Airtun-ng opensource
120 Asleap opensource
121 Besside-ng opensource
122 Bluelog opensource
123 BlueMaho opensource
124 Bluepot opensource
125 BlueRanger opensource
126 Bluesnarfer opensource
127 Bully opensource
128 coWPAtty opensource
129 crackle opensource
130 eapmd5pass opensource
131 Easside-ng opensource
132 Fern Wifi Cracker opensource
133 FreeRADIUS-WPE opensource
134 Ghost Phisher opensource
135 GISKismet opensource
136 Gqrx opensource
137 gr-scan opensource
138 hostapd-wpe opensource
139 ivstools opensource
140 kalibrate-rtl opensource
141 KillerBee opensource
142 Kismet opensource
143 makeivs-ng opensource
144 mdk3 opensource
145 mfcuk opensource
146 mfoc opensource
147 mfterm opensource
148 Multimon-NG opensource
149 Packetforge-ng opensource
150 PixieWPS opensource
151 Pyrit opensource
152 Reaver opensource
153 redfang opensource
154 RTLSDR Scanner opensource
155 Spooftooph opensource
156 Tkiptun-ng opensource
157 Wesside-ng opensource
158 Wifi Honey opensource
159 wifiphisher opensource
160 Wifitap opensource
161 Wifite opensource
162 wpaclean opensource
163 apache-users opensource
164 Arachni opensource
165 BBQSQL opensource
166 BlindElephant opensource
167 CutyCapt opensource
168 DAVTest opensource
169 deblaze opensource
170 DIRB opensource
171 DirBuster opensource
172 fimap opensource
173 FunkLoad opensource
174 Gobuster opensource
175 Grabber opensource
176 hURL opensource
177 jboss-autopwn opensource
178 joomscan opensource
179 jSQL opensource
180 Maltego Teeth opensource
181 PadBuster opensource
182 Paros opensource
183 Parsero opensource
184 plecost opensource
185 Powerfuzzer opensource
186 ProxyStrike opensource
187 Recon-ng opensource
188 Skipfish opensource
189 sqlmap opensource
190 Sqlninja opensource
191 sqlsus opensource
192 ua-tester opensource
193 Uniscan opensource
194 Vega opensource
195 w3af opensource
196 WebScarab opensource
197 Webshag opensource
198 WebSlayer opensource
199 WebSploit opensource
200 Wfuzz opensource
201 WPScan opensource
202 XSSer opensource
203 zaproxy opensource

Unprotected Government Server Exposes Years of FBI Investigations

A massive government data belonging to the Oklahoma Department of Securities (ODS) was left unsecured on a storage server for at least a week, exposing a whopping 3 terabytes of data containing millions of sensitive files.

The unsecured storage server, discovered by Greg Pollock, a researcher with cybersecurity firm UpGuard, also contained decades worth of confidential case files from the Oklahoma Securities Commission and many sensitive FBI investigations—all wide open and accessible to anyone without any password.

Other severe files exposed included emails, social security numbers, names, and addresses of 10,000 brokers, credentials for remote access to ODS workstations, and communications meant for the Oklahoma Securities Commission, along with a list of identifiable information related to AIDS patients.

While the researcher doesn’t know exactly how long the server was open to the public, the Shodan search engine revealed that the server had been publicly open since at least November 30, 2018, almost a week after (on December 7) Pollock discovered it.

The UpGuard research team notified the ODS department the next day, and the state agency removed ‘public access’ to the unsecured pathway immediately after they were notified, though it is still unclear whether anyone else accessed the unsecured server.

According to the security firm, such exposure could have a “severe impact” on the department’s network integrity.

“By the best available measures of the files’ contents and metadata, the data was generated over decades, with the oldest data originating in 1986 and the most recent modified in 2016,” a blog post published on the UpGuard website reads.

“The data was exposed via an unsecured rsync service at an IP address registered to the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services, allowing any user from any IP address to download all the files stored on the server.”

The firm also found passwords that could have allowed hackers to remotely access the state agency’s workstations, and a spreadsheet containing login information and passwords for several internet services, including popular antivirus software.

In response to the incident, the Oklahoma Securities Commission said in a press releasepublished Wednesday that an “accidental vulnerability” of limited duration was discovered and immediately secured in the server and that the department is taking the issue seriously and ordered a forensic investigation.

The Commission also said the department is also exploring remedial actions and notifications for anyone whose information may have been exposed, and reviewing internal procedures, controls and security measures to ensure such incidents can’t occur in the future.

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