Sunday, May 19, 2024

Xerosploit – Pentesting Toolkit to Perform MITM, Spoofing, Sniffing & DOS Attacks

Xerosploit is a penetration testing toolbox whose objective is to perform man-in-the-middle attacks.

It brings different modules that permit to acknowledge of proficient assault and furthermore permit to do DOS attacks and port filtering.

We can use this tool to perform DOS, and MITM attacks, also the tool has driftnet modules that capture images and also it will be used in performing Injection attacks.

It was Committed by LionSec1, it is a powerful and simple-to-use tool.

Tool Dependencies

  • nmap
  • hping3
  • build-essential
  • ruby-dev
  • libpcap-dev
  • libgmp3-dev
  • tabulate
  • terminaltables

Tool Features

  • Port scanning
  • Network mapping
  • Dos attack
  • Html code injection
  • Javascript code injection
  • Download interception and replacement
  • Sniffing
  • DNS spoofing
  • Background audio reproduction
  • Images replacement
  • Drifnet
  • Webpage defacement and more.

Kali Linux Tutorial – Xerosploit

To clone Xerosploit git clone and to run installation sudo python

Need to select your operating system and launch type Xerosploit.

Just need to type help to view all the commands.

First, we need to scan the network to map all the devices. Xero  scan

Then select the target IP address and type help.

You can select any Module to attack, let’s start with port scanner pscan.

Next, we go on try launching a Dos attack, for examining packets we have configured Wireshark in the recipient system.

Type back to go to the main menu and then dos >> run to perform the attack.

Now let’s try sniffing the images that your friend sees on his computer.

Once the attack is launched we can sniff down all the images that he is viewing on his computer on our screen.

We can do much more with this tool simply by using the move you can shake the browser contents and with Yplay you can make audio play in the background.


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