News: Announcing the Null Byte Suite!

Announcing the Null Byte Suite!

Hello, everyone. If you've been following my recent articles, you'll know that I've been rather busy lately working on a project, a rather large one. I've been working with Pheonix750 and Ciuffy to build the Null Byte suite of tools! I got the green light from our admin a while ago, and we've been developing like mad ever since! I'm very excited to launch this project. So, let's start by explaining what it is...

What Is It?

The Null Byte suite is a collection of tools taken from various developers here on Null Byte. It's been developed by Null Byte, for Null Byte. It is set up in a mock-style of Metasploit's console, so it should be very easy to use!

As of right now, there are only a handful of tools available, but this is where you come in. Let's discuss how you, the Null Byte member, can contribute to this project...

What Can You Do to Help?

Not only have we added previously existing tools here from Null Byte, but we've built a dedicated repository to store tools submitted by the community. You can request a tool from the repository from right inside the suite and the download and installation will begin automatically. (You can also install the whole suite with my instructions.)

We need more tools! This is your chance to make a huge contribution to the community. Not only can you publish your tool in your own article, you can make it available for everyone. There will be an article going up on how to submit tools very soon.

What's the Point?

Many of you may be asking yourselves, "What's the point of this? We already have all the tools we'll need." But here's the point: if we, the community, can develop our own tools, we can better teach each others how they work.

The whole point of this is to learn. We can teach each other how the tools work because we are the ones making them.

Feedback!

Let us know what you think! Are you going to contribute?! We've been working very hard on this and we think you'll all have fun and learn through it! We're very excited about this project finally getting launched! Let us know what you think!

Thank you SO much for reading!

-Defalt

27 Comments

Fantastic initiative, looks great. I'll have to have a look at some point.

ghost_

This is great, I love the dedication and the idea of a community tool. Really great job!

Cheers,
Wahsu

nice job, lookin fwd to put some modules there...

hacked by Mr__Nakup3nda

Nice job, feeling excited tro use....

very good idea

Awesome!

What can be classified as a tool?
Because I've started working on a mini-project in my free time...
and I'm not sure if it could count as a tool or not...

also is there a guide anywhere on the Null-Byte forum that can teach us how to program a tool?

A hacking tool is a program or utility designed to assist a hacker with hacking. It can also be proactively utilized to protect a network or computer from hackers..by:wiki

So as long as you think its useful for hackers, you can classify it as tool

hacked by Mr_Nakup3nda

Hey, nice tool. Wondering whether you guys can allow me to use your package in my ShadeOS. A okay will be appreciated.

Of course! This is for the community!

-Defalt

Thanks!

This is great! Wish even i could be part of this wonderful project. Anyway, fantastic job guys!

Which tools are included in the suit?

There are currently 2 password crackers, 3 port scanners, 1 DNS sniffer, 1 ARP scanner, and 1 Man in the middle tool.

But there will be more!

-Defalt

Excellent work, Defalt, Ciuffy and Phoenix750.

This marks an important milestone for Null Byte. We have begun to develop our own toolsets.

Defalt is the one who should receive all the credit. I don't know exactly what Ciuffy did, but I merely gave advice to Defalt about the inner workings of the program and the layout.

It was Defalt who pulled off this amazing toolset, working day in day out, and asking absolutely nothing in return.

Congratulations, Defalt!

I am, however, working on an email based social engineering tool called "EMAILSET" (email social engineering toolkit) that I will include in the Null-Byte Suite.

-Phoenix750

Fantastic work!

The amount of time/work you've put into this is evident from the source - not only is it coded professionally but the amount of error handling you've included is commendable, and rare for a first release!

Great job.

fantastic to see such thing in the making, very excited for this. +1

Congratulations, this is an immense contribution to the community that opens doors for endless possibilities.

I would like to point you to a tool that you may or may not have in the NBSuite. It is an SSH bruteforcer written in Python by Sergeant Sploit here on Null-Byte. However I have minutely expanded it, mostly in the user-friendliness department, and posted the modified version on Pastebin.

If you could add this modified version to the suite that would be great. I must say though that credit should go to Sergeant Sploit, who wrote the original code and upon which the modification is based.

I also feel it is important to collaborate and share our knowledge with everyone, in the hope that many newcomers can learn. This allows the involvement of those who usually sit in the quiet corner and it leaves nobody out. I love the idea and how you guys made it possible. Great work and best of luck with everything!

Sploit's scripts should be included into the Null-Byte suite no doubt.

-Phoenix750

It is one of the two pre-packaged password crackers.

Also, there are rather specific rules for submitting tools, the article explaining it will be up soon.

-Defalt

Why am I not aware of this?

-Phoenix750

With all our minds put together....we should have started this a long time ago

Huh. This is quite interesting! I must say, Great work!! This is the first time in four months that I've been on this site and through a quick browse, I can tell that it's changed a lot and for the better it seems. It's great to be back.

Interesting ! I will contribute.

Will the long-time aim to developp a kind of user-friendly interface ?

We intend to keep the NBS in a command-line interface.

-Phoenix750

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