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Dual boot *Ecnrypted* Kali 2019 with Windows 10 in peace.

If you work in security and don’t encrypt your drives, maybe you should consider something else 😉

I recently was trying to make peace with Windows 10 co-living with Kali 2019 and it was really painful process. Each time I got one side working the other side was complaining.

Eventually it boils down to this:

1- Install Windows 10 fully (including setting up a user, and password, etc.) Failign to do so will corupt the encrypted partition of kali

2- Install Kali until you reach the step to partition the disk. Choose “Manual”

3- now create 3 partitions:
– one is for /boot (~256mb)
– one for swap area (8-10gb)
– the rest is for the root mount /

4- now go to “Encrypt partition” and click “Yes” for writing the current partitions

5- now choose wherever you have swap and root...

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HashClipper – The Fastest Online NTLM Hash Cracker

Inspiration
I simply wanted to create my own -fast- NTLM hash cracker because the other ones online are ether dead, not maintained, obsolete, or the worst one: a rip off.
Of course the greatest inspiration was this:

Intro
NTLM is the hash mechanism used in Windows. It’s usually what a hacker want to retrieve as soon as he/she gets into the system.
Cracking NTLM hashes can also help normal users or administrators to retrieve a password without having to reset it.
Please refer to

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Stolen iPhone? Find my iPhone not Activated? no UDID? No Problem!

Inspiration
Couple of days ago one of my siblings lost her iPhone, and because she doesn’t sync or take full backups regularly – as most of us – there was no way to retrieve the UDID (what is it?) of the iPhone so we can report it to the police and track it down.

Tool desc
I developed this Windows App to help anyone retrieve any smart phone  hardware ID (not for Apple devices only) under one condition: you have plugged it in your computer before (even for charging only. That will work too).

Screens

Credits
Thanks to this guy here who mentioned how to retrieve hardware IDs of all USB devices plugged into a Windows computer.

Disclaimer
I collect how many times you used the app.
I do not hold any responsibilities of how you use the app.
There is absolutely no guarantees using this app.

D...

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