Installing and Configuring MITMF

Installing and Configuring MITMF

Installing and Configuring MITMF The Real steps and verification step by step. Commands: apt-get install python-dev python-setuptools libpcap0.8-dev libnetfilter-queue-dev libssl-dev libjpeg-dev libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev libcapstone3 libcapstone-dev libffi-dev file pip install virtualenvwrapper pip install --upgrade pip git clone https://github.com/byt3bl33d3r/MITMf cd MITMf && git submodule init && git submodule update --recursive pip install -r requirements.txt python mitmf.py ..............

Lazymux - Install All Kali Linux Tools on Android With Termux (No Root)

Lazymux - Install All Kali Linux Tools on Android With Termux (No Root)

Lazymux - Install All Kali Linux Tools on Android Device With Termux (No Root) Install All Kali Linux Tools on Termux App using Lazymux Script on Android device Without Root. Hello Everyone, Today in this tutorials I'm gonna show you how to install all kali linux tools with Termux app on Android Device using a Simple Lazymux script. You can install kali linux 2017.2,kali linux 2017.1 & kali linux 2016 tools on your android using termux app and this lazymux. Thanks For Your Watching!!! Follw These Steps : Step 1 : Install Termux From PlayStore Step 2 : Open Termux APP Step 3 : apt-get update (Update Termux Packages) Steps 4 : apt install git (Install Git on Termux ) Steps 5 : apt install clang (Install Clang on Termux) Steps 6 : pkg instll python2 (Install Python2 on Termux ) Steps 7 : git clone https://github.com/Gameye98/Lazymux (Download Lazymux on Termux ) Steps 8 : chmod +x meta-install.sh && ./meta-install.sh (DONE) Lazymux : https://github.com/Gameye98/Lazymux SSTec Tutorials tries to minimize the video tutorials time with more info content . All these videos are By SSTec Tutorials for educational purpose only , Don't misuse it. STAY LEGAL!!! If you have any questions & inquiries Contact : Google + : https://plus.google.com/+SSTecTutorials Twitter : https://www.twitter.com/mehedi_shakeel Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/SSTec.Tutorials/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/5h4k33lDcr4k3r DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!!! Thank You!!!

How to Install Jupyter Notebook on a CentOS 7

How to Install Jupyter Notebook on a CentOS 7

Jupyter Notebook, derived from IPython, is a widely used, interactive data science web application which can be used to create and share scientific computing-related documents. yum -y install gcc gcc-c++ kernel-devel install python-devel libxslt-devel libffi-devel openssl-devel python-pip pip install --upgrade pip python --version && pip --version pip install jupyter jupyter notebook

Glyph - Shipping Software To Users With Python - PyCon 2016

Glyph - Shipping Software To Users With Python - PyCon 2016

Speaker: Glyph Python is a versatile language, available on a wide variety of platforms. However, when it comes to shipping code to users on those platforms, Python violates Zen Rule 13: “There should be one—and preferably only one—obvious way to do it.”: there are a lot of ways to do it, and many of them are far from obvious. In this talk I'll show you how to build Python code into something a user can use. Slides can be found at: https://speakerdeck.com/pycon2016 and https://github.com/PyCon/2016-slides

Spotify Ripper on Ubuntu

Spotify Ripper on Ubuntu

This is a quick guide on how to install spotify-ripper onto an Ubuntu machine. Here is the project source: https://github.com/jrnewell/spotify-ripper (This has been taken down) https://github.com/hbashton/spotify-ripper (This is a revival of the original) Below are the Terminal commands used in the video. Please do not abuse. The video is assuming that you have not already installed anything related to this and that you are starting from scratch. This is meant to be for educational purposes only. Note: A Spotify Premium account is needed for this to work. Keep in mind that using this is against the ToS provided by Spotify. –––––– # Step 1: Install GIT – 0:03 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install git –––––– # Step 2: Install pyenv – 0:27 curl -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/yyuu/pyenv-installer/master/bin/pyenv-installer | bash sudo gedit ~/.bashrc # Insert the three lines below at the bottom of the document export PATH="~/.pyenv/bin:$PATH" eval "$(pyenv init -)" eval "$(pyenv virtualenv-init -)" # Note: Close Terminal after adding the three lines pyenv update –––––– # Step 3: Install spotify-ripper – 1:14 sudo apt-get install lame build-essential libffi-dev wget https://developer.spotify.com/download/libspotify/libspotify-12.1.51-Linux-x86_64-release.tar.gz tar xvf libspotify-12.1.51-Linux-x86_64-release.tar.gz cd libspotify-12.1.51-Linux-x86_64-release/ sudo make install prefix=/usr/local sudo apt install python-pip cd ~ git clone https://github.com/hbashton/spotify-ripper.git cd ~/spotify-ripper sudo python setup.py install pip install --upgrade pip pyenv rehash –––––– # Step 4: Configure spotify-ripper – 2:34 # Put "spotify_appkey.key" in "/home/USER/.spotify-ripper" # Create "config.ini" in "/home/USER/.spotify-ripper" with the following information: [main] ascii = True directory = /home/USER/Music format = {artist}/{album}/{artist}-{track_name}.{ext} quality = 320 vorbis = False last = True –––––– # Step 5: Use spotify-ripper – 3:22 # Example usage: rip a single file: spotify-ripper -u user spotify:track:52xaypL0Kjzk0ngwv3oBPR rip entire playlist: spotify-ripper -u user spotify:user:username:playlist:4vkGNcsS8lRXj4q945NIA4 rip a list of URIs: spotify-ripper -u user list_of_uris.txt rip tracks from Spotify's charts: spotify-ripper -l spotify:charts:regional:global:weekly:latest search for tracks to rip: spotify-ripper -l -Q 160 -o "album:Rumours track:'the chain'" –––––– Audio License: Cold Funk - Funkorama by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/

Install WpScan On Cygwin

Install WpScan On Cygwin

1. ruby --version 2. ruby wpscan.rb 3. gem install bundler 4. ruby wpscan.rb 5. ~/bin/bundle install • libcurl-devel • libcurl4 • ruby-devel 6. ruby wpscan.rb 7. EDIT C:\cygwin\home\pentester\.gem\ruby\gems\ethon-0.9.0\lib\ethon\curls\settings.rb: line 6 Original: 6: ffi_lib ['libcurl', 'libcurl.so.4'] Modified: 6: ffi_lib ['libcurl', 'libcurl.so.4', 'libcurl-4.dll'] 8. ruby wpscan.rb 9. gem update --system 10. ruby wpscan.rb 11.EDIT C:\cygwin\home\pentester\.gem\ruby\gems\ethon-0.9.0\lib\ethon\curls\functions.rb: line 55 to 59 Original: 55: if Curl.windows? 56: base.ffi_lib 'ws2_32' 57: else 58: base.ffi_lib ::FFI::Library::LIBC 59: end Modified: 55:# if Curl.windows? 56:# base.ffi_lib 'ws2_32' 57:# else 58: base.ffi_lib ::FFI::Library::LIBC 59:# end ruby wpscan.rb --update

Paul Kehrer - Reliably Distributing Compiled Modules - PyCon 2016

Paul Kehrer - Reliably Distributing Compiled Modules - PyCon 2016

Speaker: Paul Kehrer Shipping Python libraries is easy! ...until you want to use a C library. How do you easily and reliably deliver software to users when they may not have the libraries you depend on, or even a compiler? How do you handle the significant differences between linux, OS X, Windows, FreeBSD, and other platforms Python runs on? Slides can be found at: https://speakerdeck.com/pycon2016 and https://github.com/PyCon/2016-slides

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