Published: 07/04/2014 Updated: 09/10/2019
CVSS v2 Base Score: 5 | Impact Score: 2.9 | Exploitability Score: 10
VMScore: 682
Vector: AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:N/A:N

Vulnerability Summary

The (1) TLS and (2) DTLS implementations in OpenSSL 1.0.1 prior to 1.0.1g do not properly handle Heartbeat Extension packets, which allows remote malicious users to obtain sensitive information from process memory via crafted packets that trigger a buffer over-read, as demonstrated by reading private keys, related to d1_both.c and t1_lib.c, aka the Heartbleed bug.

Vulnerability Trend

Affected Products

Vendor Product Versions
OpensslOpenssl1.0.1, 1.0.1a, 1.0.1b, 1.0.1c, 1.0.1d, 1.0.1e, 1.0.1f, 1.0.2

Vendor Advisories

Debian Bug report logs - #743883 CVE-2014-0160 heartbeat read overrun (heartbleed) Package: openssl; Maintainer for openssl is Debian OpenSSL Team <pkg-openssl-devel@listsaliothdebianorg>; Source for openssl is src:openssl (PTS, buildd, popcon) Reported by: Travis Cross <tc@travislistscom> Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2014 ...
OpenSSL could be made to expose sensitive information over the network, possibly including private keys ...
A vulnerability has been discovered in OpenSSL's support for the TLS/DTLS Heartbeat extension Up to 64KB of memory from either client or server can be recovered by an attacker This vulnerability might allow an attacker to compromise the private key and other sensitive data in memory All users are urged to upgrade their openssl packages (especial ...
Debian Bug report logs - #742923 openssl: CVE-2014-0076 Package: src:openssl; Maintainer for src:openssl is Debian OpenSSL Team <pkg-openssl-devel@listsaliothdebianorg>; Reported by: Michael Gilbert <mgilbert@debianorg> Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2014 00:33:02 UTC Severity: important Tags: security Found in version opens ...


#!/usr/bin/python # Quick and dirty demonstration of CVE-2014-0160 by Jared Stafford (jspenguin@jspenguinorg) # The author disclaims copyright to this source code import sys import struct import socket import time import select import re from optparse import OptionParser options = OptionParser(usage='%prog server [options]', description='Test ...
/* * CVE-2014-0160 heartbleed OpenSSL information leak exploit * ========================================================= * This exploit uses OpenSSL to create an encrypted connection * and trigger the heartbleed leak The leaked information is * returned within encrypted SSL packets and is then decrypted * and wrote to a file to annoy IDS/foren ...
# Exploit Title: [OpenSSL TLS Heartbeat Extension - Memory Disclosure - Multiple SSL/TLS versions] # Date: [2014-04-09] # Exploit Author: [Csaba Fitzl] # Vendor Homepage: [wwwopensslorg/] # Software Link: [wwwopensslorg/source/openssl-101ftargz] # Version: [101f] # Tested on: [N/A] # CVE : [2014-0160] #!/usr/bin/env python ...
/* * CVE-2014-0160 heartbleed OpenSSL information leak exploit * ========================================================= * This exploit uses OpenSSL to create an encrypted connection * and trigger the heartbleed leak The leaked information is * returned within encrypted SSL packets and is then decrypted * and wrote to a file to annoy IDS/foren ...

Mailing Lists

Affected Products References Summary: has to be done authentication were discovered: were issued by the vendor for authentication see cvemitreorg/cgi-bin/cvenamecgi?name=cve-2014-0160) Effect: not just single systems is able to add, change or delete data within the Streamworks d ...
Streamworks Job Scheduler Release 7 has all agents using the same X509 certificates and keys issued by the vendor for authentication The processing server component does not check received messages properly for authenticity Agents installed on servers do not check received messages properly for authenticity Agents and processing servers are vul ...
This python script is a modification of the heartbleed proof of concept exploit that looks for cookies, specifically user sessions ...
This exploit is a quick and dirty demonstration of the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability ...
OpenSSL TLS Heartbeat extension memory disclosure proof of concept Expansion of the original exploit from Jared Stafford - this one supports multiple SSL/TLS versions ...
This exploit uses OpenSSL to create an encrypted connection and trigger the heartbleed leak The leaked information is returned within encrypted SSL packets and is then decrypted and wrote to a file to annoy IDS/forensics The exploit can set heartbeat payload length arbitrarily or use two preset values for NULL and MAX length ...
This exploit uses OpenSSL to create an encrypted connection and trigger the heartbleed leak The leaked information is returned encrypted and is then decrypted, decompressed and wrote to a file to annoy IDS/forensics The exploit can set the heatbeart payload length arbitrarily or use two preset values for 0x00 and MAX length The vulnerability occ ...
This memory disclosure exploit is a quick and dirty demonstration of the TLS heartbeat extension vulnerability ...
Article discussing the SSL 30 fallback and POODLE vulnerabilities Proof of concept code included ...

Nmap Scripts


Detects whether a server is vulnerable to the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug (CVE-2014-0160). The code is based on the Python script ssltest.py authored by Jared Stafford (jspenguin@jspenguin.org)

nmap -p 443 --script ssl-heartbleed <target>

PORT STATE SERVICE 443/tcp open https | ssl-heartbleed: | VULNERABLE: | The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. It allows for stealing information intended to be protected by SSL/TLS encryption. | State: VULNERABLE | Risk factor: High | Description: | OpenSSL versions 1.0.1 and 1.0.2-beta releases (including 1.0.1f and 1.0.2-beta1) of OpenSSL are affected by the Heartbleed bug. The bug allows for reading memory of systems protected by the vulnerable OpenSSL versions and could allow for disclosure of otherwise encrypted confidential information as well as the encryption keys themselves. | | References: | https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2014-0160 | http://www.openssl.org/news/secadv_20140407.txt |_ http://cvedetails.com/cve/2014-0160/

Metasploit Modules

OpenSSL Heartbeat (Heartbleed) Client Memory Exposure

This module provides a fake SSL service that is intended to leak memory from client systems as they connect. This module is hardcoded for using the AES-128-CBC-SHA1 cipher.

msf > use auxiliary/server/openssl_heartbeat_client_memory
      msf auxiliary(openssl_heartbeat_client_memory) > show actions
      msf auxiliary(openssl_heartbeat_client_memory) > set ACTION <action-name>
      msf auxiliary(openssl_heartbeat_client_memory) > show options
            ...show and set options...
      msf auxiliary(openssl_heartbeat_client_memory) > run
OpenSSL Heartbeat (Heartbleed) Information Leak

This module implements the OpenSSL Heartbleed attack. The problem exists in the handling of heartbeat requests, where a fake length can be used to leak memory data in the response. Services that support STARTTLS may also be vulnerable. The module supports several actions, allowing for scanning, dumping of memory contents to loot, and private key recovery. The LEAK_COUNT option can be used to specify leaks per SCAN or DUMP. The repeat command can be used to make running the SCAN or DUMP many times more powerful. As in: repeat -t 60 run; sleep 2 To run every two seconds for one minute.

msf > use auxiliary/scanner/ssl/openssl_heartbleed
      msf auxiliary(openssl_heartbleed) > show actions
      msf auxiliary(openssl_heartbleed) > set ACTION <action-name>
      msf auxiliary(openssl_heartbleed) > show options
            ...show and set options...
      msf auxiliary(openssl_heartbleed) > run

Github Repositories

CVE-2014-0160 This is part of Cved: a tool to manage vulnerable docker containers Cved: gitlabcom/git-rep/cved Image source: githubcom/cved-sources/cve-2014-0160 Image author: githubcom/hmlio/vaas-cve-2014-0160

knockbleed CVE-2014-0160 mass test against subdomains Requirement: Knock Subdomain Scan by Gianni 'guelfoweb' Amato - githubcom/guelfoweb/knock check-ssl-heartbleed by Steffen Ullrich - githubcom/noxxi/p5-scripts perl python Usage: sid@sweethome:~$ /knockbleedsh myqnapcloudcom Output sid@sweethome:~$ /knockbleedsh myqnapcloudcom Testing acc

This tool allows you to scan multiple hosts for Heartbleed, in an efficient multi-threaded manner This tests for OpenSSL versions vulnerable to Heartbleed without exploiting the server, so the heartbeat request does not cause the server to leak any data from memory or expose any data in an unauthorized manner This Mozilla blog post outlines the method used Usage: ssltestpy

heartbleed-bug This repository aims to describe the Heartbleed vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160) and how to reproduce it This should be used for testing only! Setup explanation (docker image and bee-box vm) Add new features to the heartbleed tool Add tool for generating server data (for apache server) Work on report and video Add explanation on cookies (how to use them after

openssl-heartbleed-fix OpenSSL Heartbleed (CVE-2014-0160) Fix script Sammy Fung sammy@sammyhk OpenSSL Heartbleed ([CVE-2014-0160] (wwwus-certgov/ncas/alerts/TA14-098A)) bug is now discovered by network security professionals, which many systems using some OpenSSL versions are affected In theory, it is assumed that SSL certificates on many web servers are affected, so

Vulnerability as a Service - CVE 2014-0160 A Debian (Wheezy) Linux system with a vulnerable version of libssl and openssl and a web server to showcase CVS-2014-0160, aka Heartbleed Overview This docker container is based on Debian Wheezy and has been modified to use a vulernable version of libssl and openssl A simple static web page is served via Apache 2 Usage Install th

This check is for demostration only cmty-ssl-heartbleed-CVE-2014-0160-HTTP-HTTPS Targets the OpenSSL product directly on discovered HTTP and HTTPS services This does not check for OpenSSL 102-beta which is vulnerable Also, OpenSSL is commonly packaged into other software and better targeted on any service responding using SSL Note: This check is version checking and does

#CloudPassage Heartbleed Check Example Version: 10 Author: Eric Hoffmann - ehoffmann@cloudpassagecom Users can use the provided example script to check for the presence of CVE-2014-0160 aka Heartbleed It uses the Halo API to get the details of the last scheduled or manually launched SVA scan for all active servers It then checks for the OpenSSL package and if CVE-2014-0160

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HeartBleed-Vulnerability-Checker author = 'WaQas-JaMal' Quick and dirty demonstration of CVE-2014-0160 by Jared Stafford (jspenguin@jspenguinorg) &amp; The author disclaims copyright to this source code ''' I have modified this script to take any input url file Check it for valid tld from provided set of urls, create unique set and parse that to

Heartbleed A checker (site and tool) for CVE-2014-0160 Software from @FiloSottile for iSC Inc

Heartbleed A checker (site and tool) for CVE-2014-0160 Public site at filippoio/Heartbleed/ Tool usage: Heartbleed [-service="service_name"] examplecom[:443] Heartbleed service_name://examplecom[:443] Exit codes: 0 - SAFE; 1 - VULNERABLE; 2 - ERROR (recently changed) See the online FAQ for an explanation of error messages including TIMEOUT and BR

heartbleed-dtls-test POC for CVE-2014-0160 (Heartbleed) for DTLS License This code is licensed uder the BSD 3-Clause License (file LICENSE), which is 99% identical to Go's license (file LICENSEgolang) Given that large parts of this code are copied/inspired by golang's tls code, both license files are included to adhere to golang's license

Patrik Karlsson have implemented ssl-heartbleed and commited into svnnmaporg you can get it from svnnmaporg/nmap/scripts/ssl-heartbleednse they have a discussion here: seclistsorg/nmap-dev/2014/q2/22 get more details from heartbleedcom Credit to author of ssltestpy to s3jspenguinorg/ssltestpy nmap -p 443 -sC --script /nmap/heartblee

Test 1Password database for Heart Bleeding problems Test script for 1Password database for SSL Heart Bleeding (CVE-2014-0160) To test 1Password database export it to local disk Locate file data1pif and run in same directory: git clone githubcom/aefimov/heatbleedinggit /heatbleeding/test_1password_ssl_hostssh If all OK, then remove exported database from disk If

patch-openssl-CVE-2014-0160 Patch openssl #heartbleed with ansible Usage : pip install ansible ansible-playbook -i your_inventory_file patch-openssl-CVE-2014-0160yml your_inventory_file just need to contain your server list : 192168010 webserver1examplecom webserver2examplecom db1examplecom Support Upgrade openssl on Debian Family OS Restart some services impacted

CVE-2014-0160 Links githubcom/DisK0nn3cT/MaltegoHeartbleed githubcom/a0726h77/heartbleed-test githubcom/musalbas/heartbleed-masstest githubcom/decal/ssltest-stls githubcom/isgroup-srl/openmagic githubcom/offensive-python/HeartLeak Nmap nmap -sV -PS443 --open --script=ssl-heartbleed -iR 0 Cisco &amp; DD-WRT securit

cve-2014-0160-Yunfeng-Jiang The reading course report Reading_Course_Reportpdf Detect tools 1) heartbleedpy (gistgithubcom/eelsivart/10174134) Usage: python heartbleedpy hostname 2) ssltestpy (githubcom/Lekensteyn/pacemaker/blob/master/ssltestpy) Usage: python ssltestpy hostname 3) check-ssl-heartbleedpl ( githubcom/noxxi/p5-ssl-tools/b

##Docker image simonswine/wheezy-with-heartbleed Docker image with Heartbleed vulnerable SSL library (CVE-2014-0160) With nginx and self signed certs

openmagic openmagic can assist you in the automating testing and exploiting of systems vulnerable to the OpenSSL TLS heartbeat read overrun (CVE-2014-0160) The base module wraps a modified version of the "ssltestpy" program by Jared Stafford and provides the following additional features: Save the leaked data in a raw format for later analisys Resolve the IP so tha

Heartbleed chrome plugin DEPRECATED Chrome plugin who will look-up if the current site (and all subdomains called) are vulnerable to CVE-2014-0160 The vulnerability check is done by an API service who's now dead (it wasn't in 2014!) May the code can be useful to someone anyway, if someone found a new API provider for heartbleed check See also, the edited CVE-2014-0

Heartbleed Scanner Network Scanner for OpenSSL Memory Leak (CVE-2014-0160) -t parameter to optimize the timeout in seconds -f parameter to log the memleak of vulnerable systems -n parameter to scan entire network -i parameter to scan from a list file Useful if you already have targets -r parameter to randomize the IP addresses to avoid linear scanning -s parameter to exp

Heartbleeder Tests your servers for OpenSSL CVE-2014-0160 aka Heartbleed WARNING: No guarantees are made about the accuracy of results, and you should verify them independently by checking your OpenSSL build Pull requests welcome Usage $ heartbleeder examplecom INSECURE - examplecom:443 has the heartbeat extension enabled and is vulnerable Multiple hosts Multiple hosts ma

HeartLeak Yet, another exploitation script for the most buzzed bug of all the time The script has two features: scan: Generates random hosts (IP addresses), checks if they supports OpenSSL, test them if they vulnerable to CVE-2014-0160 (Heartbeat Buffer over-read bug) and save vulnerable hosts in a TXT file monitor: This keeps sending malicious heartbeat requests, dumps leaked

MaltegoHeartbleed Maltego transform to detect the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160) For more information read the write-up on my blog: disk0nn3ctsvbtlecom/maltego-openssl-heartbleed-transform

CVE-2014-0160-Scanner This is a simple php command line script to check an array of domains for the CVE-2014-0160 vuln to run: php indexphp Credits: It uses the service provided by filippoio/Heartbleed/

ssl-heartbleednse Nmap NSE script that discovers/exploits Heartbleed/CVE-2014-0160 This script is now basically the one Patrik Karlsson wrote with some minor changes ported from my own script Features Includes support for FTP,SMTP,XMPP (githubcom/nmap/nmap/blob/master/nselib/sslcertlua#L231) Supports all versions of TLS (TLSv10, TLSv11, TLSv12) Print leaked m

Heartexploit Aquí está mi nuevo y primer exploit, este exploit ataca a la vulnerabilidad de HeartBleed (CVE-2014-0160), espero que os guste Este exploit solo funciona en linux ya que parte esta echa en idiomas no compatibles con windows El único comando que hay que poner para iniciar esta aplicación es: /Heartexploitsh No hace falta decir que e

Pacemaker Attempts to abuse OpenSSL clients that are vulnerable to Heartbleed (CVE-2014-0160) Compatible with Python 2 and 3 Am I vulnerable? Run the server: python pacemakerpy In your client, open localhost:4433/ (replace the hostname if needed) For example: curl localhost:4433/ The client will always fail to connect: curl: (35) Unknown SSL protocol error

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coronary Tests CIDR blocks for OpenSSL CVE-2014-0160 aka Heartbleed Inspired by Jonathan Rudenberg's heartbleeder Using $ coronary 19216810/24 Scanning: 192168111/22 VULNERABLE - 192168171:443 has the heartbeat extension enabled and is vulnerable to CVE-2014-0160 SECURE - 1921681119:443 does not have the heartbeat extension enabled VULNERABLE - 192168172:

bleed bleed is a tool to test servers for the 'Heartbleed' vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160) Usage $ bleed exampleorg &gt; Connecting &gt; Sending Client Hello Waiting for Server Hello &lt; Received message: type = 22, ver = 0302, length = 61 &lt; Received message: type = 22, ver = 0302, length = 6442 &lt; Received message: type = 22, ver = 0

HeartBleed Tester &amp; Exploit NB Nearly all the tools (nmap, metasploit, nessus, even burp) have the most up to date versions of their scanners These tools were released at the early stages when tools were still being developed Rather use those than these now Tool Guide If you want to mass scan, the NMAP script is currently your best bet For the largest number of pro

OpenSSL Heartbleed (CVE-2014-0160) vulnerability scanner, data miner and RSA key-restore tools Author: Einar Otto Stangvik / @einaros / hackingventures Since the cat is long since out of the bag, and others have begun publishing their tools, I'm putting mine out there too Hopefully this amplifies the pressure on those that still haven't patched or upgraded

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Heartbleed PoC A sample example of the Heartbleed attack using the server wwwcloudflarechallengecom/ made for trying this attack First, the two best explanations I read on the subject : wwwseancassidyme/diagnosis-of-the-openssl-heartbleed-bughtml xkcdcom/1354/ Exploit The exploit start by sending the handshake to the server cloudflarechallengecom

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Testing Heartbleed with Nginx Dockerfile This repository contains Dockerfile of Nginx with the vulnerable OpenSSL version (101f) for testing CVE-2014-0160 Heartbleed Vulnerability Base Docker Image debian:latest Installation Install Docker Example with Debian: apt-get install -y docker Download from public Docker Hub Registry the debian base image: docker pull debian

Heartbleed OpenVPN test with support for HMAC Firewall and server mode Description This script can be used to test OpenVPN servers and clients for the Heartbleed vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160) It supports the OpenVPN "HMAC Firewall" (--tls-auth) Usage /heartbleed_test_openvpnpy [--remote host [port]] [--tls-auth file [direction]] The exit status is 11 if the vulne

README This is a fork of ioerror's version of sslscan (the original readme of which is included below) Changes are as follows: Highlight SSLv2 and SSLv3 ciphers in output Highlight CBC ciphers on SSLv3 (POODLE) Highlight 3DES and RC4 ciphers in output Highlight PFS+GCM ciphers as good in output Highlight NULL (0 bit), weak (&lt;40 bit) and medium (40 &lt; n

HeartBleed DotNet Drawing on the great work of others, and the disturbingly simple PoC attack, I wanted to write a NET implementation so that I could run the PoC against some embedded devices running IPv6 only, and in a windows environment where I couldn't (or couldn't be bothered) installing python or go I hope this is of use to someone else DotNet OpenSSL Heartbl

Exploits This repo is related to exploits R&amp;D HeartBleed Tester &amp; Exploit Tool Guide If you want to mass scan, the NMAP script is currently your best bet For the largest number of protocols supports (STARTTLS) check the modified Metasploit script If you want to actually exploit, use the python script (mods required for STARTTLS on non-smtp) Python Tool Usage

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OpenVPN-install OpenVPN installer for Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS and Arch Linux This script will let you setup your own secure VPN server in just a few minutes Here is a preview of the installer : Usage You have to enable the TUN module otherwise OpenVPN won't work Ask your host if you don't know how to do it If the TUN module is not enabled, the script will

nmap-heartbleed nmap NSE plugin to scan for the Heartbleed Vulnerability in OpenSSL See: wwwopensslorg/news/secadv_20140407txt cvemitreorg/cgi-bin/cvenamecgi?name=CVE-2014-0160 Authors and License in the file

$ python get_website_urlspy "search_string" &gt; websitestxt $ sh heartbleed-testsh websitestxt | tee -a scan_resultlog

heartbleedjs openssl Heartbleed bug check for Nodejs check result {"code":0,"data":"1803021003020ff0d8030253435b909d9b720bbc0cbc2b92a84897cfbd3904cc160a8503909"} code: 0 vulnerable (存在漏洞) code: 1 not vulnerable (不存在漏洞) Demo npm install heartbleed-check var heartbleed = require('heartbleed-check'); appget(�

README This is a fork of ioerror's version of sslscan (the original readme of which is included below) Changes are as follows: Highlight SSLv2 and SSLv3 ciphers in output Highlight CBC ciphers on SSLv3 (POODLE) Highlight 3DES and RC4 ciphers in output Highlight PFS+GCM ciphers as good in output Highlight NULL (0 bit), weak (&lt;40 bit) and medium (40 &lt; n

Heartbleed Checker API for testing for OpenSSL CVE-2014-0160 aka Heartbleed WARNING: This is very untested, and you should verify the results independently Pull requests welcome Usage $ bundle install $ puma configru Credits Relies on heartbleeder by titanous

A Java library that implements a ByteChannel interface over SSLEngine, enabling easy-to-use (socket-like) TLS for Java applications.

makeItBleed Is a tool/website to test servers for the 'Heartbleed' vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160) Visit makeitbleedorg

Cardiac Arrest Hut3 Cardiac Arrest - A script to check OpenSSL servers for the Heartbleed bug (CVE-2014-0160) Note: This code was originally a GitHub Gist but has been copied to a full GitHub Repository so issues can also be tracked Both will be kept updated with the latest code revisions DISCLAIMER: There have been unconfirmed reports that this script can render HP iLO unre

Heartbleed A checker (site and tool) for CVE-2014-0160 Public site at filippoio/Heartbleed/ Tool usage: Heartbleed [-service="service_name"] examplecom[:443] or: Heartbleed service_name://examplecom[:443] Exit codes: 0 - SAFE; 1 - VULNERABLE; 2 - ERROR (recently changed) Please note that the code is a bit of a mess, not exactly release-ready If a service

heartbleed_openvpn_poc Script to encapsulate heartbleed (CVE-2014-0160) POC's against OpenVPN Built by Tommy Murphy (@tam7t) to investigate vulnerable dd-wrt build Usage python openvpn-proxypy &lt;openvpn server address&gt; python heartbleed-pocpy localhost Limitations UDP only (no TCP) implementing --tls-auth would block this (that would require HMAC'ing

mbentley/testssl docker image for testssl (testsslsh/) To pull this image: docker pull mbentley/testssl Common usage: Run full test suite: docker run -it --rm mbentley/testssl mbentleynet Display full command usage: docker run -it --rm mbentley/testssl Test for Heartbleed (CVE-2014-0160): docker run -it --rm mbentley/testssl -B mbentleynet Test for SSLv3 (and list av

HartBleed - What is still vulnerable? What Really Happened? The history of HartBleed is fascinating While the vulnerability in OpenSSL has been fixed, but how much code in public repositories is still not fixed? The following repositories might contain vulnerable code (the latest change is pre-2015) and they also have been modified recently, threfore they may still be in active

Heartbleed Bug Description of the scenario The Heartbleed bug is an example of a cybersecurity attack that exploits a vulnerability in the OpenSSL library Briefly, a missing validation step in the OpenSSL library could allow a hacker to access sensitive information on a server that is using the vulnerable library As part of the handshake protocol for establishing a SSL connec

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Heartpot This Python script is a tiny honeypot for Heartbleed(CVE-2014-0160) If you use this script by default port(443/tcp), you should run by root Usage: heartpotpy Output format: Date/time, Source IP address, Protocol, Payload Output example: [2014-04-13 01:59:23],192168122,SSL,1803000003014000 2014/Apr/13th wwwmorihi-socnet/ Kazuaki Morihisa (@k_morihisa)

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HeartBleed уязвимость в docker git clone githubcom/Saymeis/HeartBleedgit cd HeartBleed sudo docker build -t heartbleed -f Dockerfile sudo docker run -p 80:80 -p 443:443 -d heartbleed

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Security Tools A set of tools I use for pentesting For example the heartbleed-test checks for CVE-2014-0160 Usage: $ heartbleed servercom -p 443 Install Copy the files into directory /usr/bin/ or /usr/sbin/ Make sure are they executable sudo chmod +x SCRIPTNAME For some scripts you will need python2 to run, open your terminal and run $ which python2 Use the output

Example Code for The Glitch Works The following files are bits of example code from writeups at wwwglitchwrkscom display_testpy This Python script will write a bitmapped test pattern to the Sabernetics Mini-I2C OLED display connected to a Bus Pirate Tested with Python 323 and pySerial 26-2 injectorpy and injectablepy Demonstrate dependency injection with Python

ares ares is an APACHE licensed library written in Python providing an easy to use wrapper around cvecircllu This library has been tested with Python 27x and Python 36x Installation: From source use $ python setuppy install or install from PyPi $ pip install ares Documentation: GET /api/browse/ GET /api/browse/vendor &gt;&gt;&gt; from a

heartbleed-masstest This repo contains a script to automatically test sites for vulnerability to the Heartbleed Bug (CVE-2014-0160) This repo was created in a separate part as an initiative to track the top sites in the MENA region Our work is based on the script test found here: (githubcom/musalbas/heartbleed-masstest) This repo also contains test results for the Al

EE-skaneerimine ja analüüsimine Eesmärk on skaneerida kogu EE Internet ja leida lahendus, mis võimaldaks töödelda saadud skaneeringu tulemusi sellisele kujule, et neid andmeid oleks võimalik hoiustada ajalooliselt, ja et tekiks visuaalne arusaam turvanõrkustega seadmetest ja veebiteenustest EE Internetis Hetke lahenduse ülevaa

PyCVESearch is an easy to use wrapper around cve-search, defaulting on cvecircllu This library is based on the work of Martin Simon and Kai Renken Installation: From source use $ pip install Documentation: GET /api/browse/ GET /api/browse/vendor &gt;&gt;&gt; from pycvesearch import CVESearch &gt;&gt;&gt; cve = CVESearch() &gt;&am

bleeding_heartssh Quick and Dirty Heartbleed SSL Scanner Usage : '/bleeding_heartssh domain-listtxt' Output Examples : 'TLS server extension heartbeat' The above output should be further investigated to verify the vulnerability More Info: securitypimpnet/2014/04/09/death-by-heartbleed/ cvemitreorg/cgi-bin/cvenamecgi?name=CVE-2014-0

Heartbleed OpenVPN test script Description This is a test script to test OpenVPN server for CVE-2014-0160 vulnerability The script tries to connect to the server, while doing so it will send a modified heartbeat request Installation Its a python script which needs Python 2, check your Distro of choice To use it, simply clone it from Github git clone githubcom/falsta

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