A list of security/hacking tools that have been collected from the internet. Suggestions are welcomed.
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If you have suggestions or links to tools/scripts to submit, please do, you can fork, edit, send a pull request or you can leave a comment on the wiki page here, your name or github page will be credited in this page .

The main categories are:

  • Passwords
  • Scanning
  • Sniffer
  • Enumeration
  • Networking Tools
  • Wireless
  • Bluetooth
  • Web Scanners
  • Database
  • Vuln Scanners
  • Vuln Apps
  • Live CD

This is a list of security tools that have been collected from the internet. These tools are specifically aimed toward security professionals and enthusiasts/hobbyists for testing and demonstrating security weaknesses.

These tools are created for the sole purpose of security awareness and education, they should not be used against systems that you do not have permission to test/attack. You could end up in jail.

Most of the tools are open source/free with a couple of exceptions, before using any tools, I recommend that you read the instructions/documentation available on each of the individual tool's websites. Although some of the tools could be listed in more than one category, they only appear in the list only once, under its primary category.

New Entries and Credits.

ZMap: Scanner tool, link provided by K3r0sen (Marius Corici)

BlackArch Linux: Arch-based Security Distro, link provided by paraxor

Subdomain-bruteforcer: Python subdomain bruteforce tool, link provided by ldionmarcil

ircsnapshot: Python tool to gather information from IRC servers, link provided by ldionmarcil

KisMac2: KisMac2 is a fork and more up to date version of KisMAC and continues where original development of KisMac has stopped. KisMAC is a free, open source wireless stumbling and security tool for Mac OS X, link provided by Patrick Roanhouse