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#11
handle: StickFigure
languages: tcl, python, js, php, java, c, c++ (in order)
OSes: arch, centos (didn't really get proficient until after the whole systemd thing though :/)
previous projects: Uhh nothing particularly noteworthy that isn't attached to PI.
Web dev stuff, recently learning node and some of the frameworks that go with it, so a few simple node phone apps todo list, file browser.
Rolled my own RSA functions for the learning
Spent a bit of time learning CS algorithm fundamentals
And a little bit using cryptlib (https://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/cryptlib/)
Custom revisioning script for my home folder backups
Way back some stuff with scapy like mitm and traceroute
wants to learn: Be able to hack C like the cool kids. Fuzzing. Exploiting common hardware like cheap you get from the isp.
why gs devs?: I need a home.
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#12
(10-06-2016, 02:00 AM)StickFigure Wrote: handle: StickFigure
languages: tcl, python, js, php, java, c, c++ (in order)
OSes: arch, centos (didn't really get proficient until after the whole systemd thing though :/)
previous projects: Uhh nothing particularly noteworthy that isn't attached to PI.
Web dev stuff, recently learning node and some of the frameworks that go with it, so a few simple node phone apps todo list, file browser.
Rolled my own RSA functions for the learning
Spent a bit of time learning CS algorithm fundamentals
And a little bit using cryptlib (https://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/cryptlib/)
Custom revisioning script for my home folder backups
Way back some stuff with scapy like mitm and traceroute
wants to learn: Be able to hack C like the cool kids. Fuzzing. Exploiting common hardware like cheap you get from the isp.
why gs devs?: I need a home.

Welcome StickFigure. Glad to see interest from knowledgeable people in teh Dev team.
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#13
handle: slash
languages: HTML, CSS, C, C++, Java, JS, PHP, MySQL, Python and BASH
OSes: debian based linux
previous projects: Nothing particular. I made some thing for class projects and made few custom webapps and sites for friends
wants to learn: functional programming languages seems interesting
why gs devs?: I want to get good at one and build real world application. It's been years have not made anything satisfying.
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#14
(02-05-2017, 01:43 PM)slash Wrote: handle:  slash
languages: HTML, CSS, C, C++, Java, JS, PHP, MySQL, Python and BASH
OSes: debian based linux
previous projects: Nothing particular. I made some thing for class projects and made few custom webapps and sites for friends
wants to learn: functional programming languages seems interesting
why gs devs?: I want to get good at one and build real world application. It's been years have not made anything satisfying.

Welcome Slash and thank you for your application what are some of the type of projects you would like to work on in a collaborative setting? Any specific inclination towards OffSec software such as a fuzzing tool, or perhaps malware in example?
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#15
(02-07-2017, 04:25 PM)Vector Wrote: Welcome Slash and thank you for your application what are some of the type of projects you would like to work on in a collaborative setting? Any specific inclination towards OffSec software such as a fuzzing tool, or perhaps malware in example?
I have tried making web bots with PHP and cURL. I have scourged through source code of few open source ones, since the botnet has been buzz word. it has not ended up anywhere. A simple fuzzer I may be able to do.
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#16
handle: lunorian
languages: HTML / HTML5, CSS / CSS3, Bootstrap, W3.CSS, Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, Node.js, React (JS), SQL, Python, Linux Systems Administration
OSes: Linux, will also have a Macbook soon.
previous projects: Sinful Forums, My Github
wants to learn: I want to get more indepth with Python
why gs devs?: Being part of a group will make more more motivated to learn.
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#17
(05-14-2017, 07:58 PM)lunorian Wrote: handle: lunorian
languages: HTML / HTML5, CSS / CSS3, Bootstrap, W3.CSS, Javascript, jQuery, AJAX, Node.js, React (JS), SQL, Python, Linux Systems Administration
OSes: Linux, will also have a Macbook soon.
previous projects: Sinful Forums, My Github
wants to learn: I want to get more indepth with Python
why gs devs?: Being part of a group will make more more motivated to learn.

How's your NodeJS? I have a project idea but i don't know anything about Node. I want to integrate http://osintframework.com/ with some sort of back end that lets you keep track of all the resources available there. The source is here https://github.com/lockfale/OSINT-Framework i was thinking the 'back-end' would be a python framework that has the tools available stored, ready for use while the web-app keeps track of what resources you already downloaded or have installed. The web-app would also act as an interface to download the various tools it keeps track of.
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#18
(09-26-2016, 06:56 PM)Vector Wrote: Hello everybody. Welcome to the GS Devs section. The purpose of this forum is to have a place for the developers of GreySec to come together to suggest, discuss, and collaborate on various custom hacking tools, defensive and offensive oriented alike. From here we will organize our collective efforts into streamlined projects with the ultimate goal of publishing our work under the GreySec brand. Community involvement, learning together and having fun while creating useful tools are central to this section of the forums.  Have a great idea you want collab on? This is the place to do it! ...snip...
 
I'm under the impression that this group is somewhat dead. But I don't care. So I'm applying.
 
handle: Dismal

languages: python, shell.

OSes: Linux (ubuntu, Fedora, Arch, Manjaro, Raspbian, Kali, CentOS, etc.) , MacOS, BSD, Windows.

previous projects: Nothing super recent. Small backdoor https://pastebin.com/Ryy3wRWy, a script for interacting with IoT devices with MQTT (https://pastebin.com/PmqDphq5), RokuMaster (https://pastebin.com/6RdhbSqM lets you control a roku streaming device on the same LAN as you. Also has DoS functionality), SUF (SSH username finder) https://github.com/ghostwalkr/SUF. Exploits CVE-2018-15473 to enumerate usernames on a *nix system.

wants to learn: I'm in the process of learning C and ASM. Help with that would be great. Other than that I'm not looking for anything in particular.

why gs devs?: This sounds like exactly the kind of group that I'm looking to join.
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#19
(05-08-2020, 06:23 PM)Dismal_0x8 Wrote:
(09-26-2016, 06:56 PM)Vector Wrote: Hello everybody. Welcome to the GS Devs section. The purpose of this forum is to have a place for the developers of GreySec to come together to suggest, discuss, and collaborate on various custom hacking tools, defensive and offensive oriented alike. From here we will organize our collective efforts into streamlined projects with the ultimate goal of publishing our work under the GreySec brand. Community involvement, learning together and having fun while creating useful tools are central to this section of the forums.  Have a great idea you want collab on? This is the place to do it! ...snip...

 

I'm under the impression that this group is somewhat dead. But I don't care. So I'm applying.

 

handle: Dismal



languages: python, shell.



OSes: Linux (ubuntu, Fedora, Arch, Manjaro, Raspbian, Kali, CentOS, etc.) , MacOS, BSD, Windows.



previous projects: Nothing super recent. Small backdoor https://pastebin.com/Ryy3wRWy, a script for interacting with IoT devices with MQTT (https://pastebin.com/PmqDphq5), RokuMaster (https://pastebin.com/6RdhbSqM lets you control a roku streaming device on the same LAN as you. Also has DoS functionality), SUF (SSH username finder) https://github.com/ghostwalkr/SUF. Exploits CVE-2018-15473 to enumerate usernames on a *nix system.



wants to learn: I'm in the process of learning C and ASM. Help with that would be great. Other than that I'm not looking for anything in particular.



why gs devs?: This sounds like exactly the kind of group that I'm looking to join.



Thank you for applying Dismal, i'll have a closer look at your work shortly. We are currently overhauling GS Devs, revoking access for people who have not contributed and we're brainstorming on how to go about the process of setting up certain workflows that allow us to streamline the way in which members can collaborate on projects, educational, and of interest to the majority of us.



I know you have the support of Enmafia and Insider, but i'll admit i was apprehensive a bit ago, simply due to the fact i haven't seen much of your work. So thank you for posting some of it. Also, your activity on the Forums indicate to me a level of enthusiasm. An important motivating factor for people in my experience. like i mentioned to you in PM, we're restructuring GS Devs in a way as to make it so it's not a static group of people. From the usergroup's inception the point was to get people together, to learn and work on GS Specific tooling, projects, techniques etc, in a collaborative manner.

I don't know whether you have spoken with Insider already or not but i'll contact him right after posting this. Like i said, i'll go over the materials you've shared in the mean time. If you also have a profile on some other Open Source or code sharing platform that you could share besides what you have already, whether through PM or publicly, that would be great. More projects for me to review helps me in making a determination as to what your strengths are. Not that i think you don't have the skills necessary. It just gives me some insight i consider important to have.

That said I accept your application on a provisional basis. If Insider agrees, we'll make it official.

You should be able to accept the invite now, BTW.
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#20
Y0 this is my public projects https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLKfsPe...shelf_id=1 and now im working on a android/smart tv (android) p2p botnet if you need to see a demo let me know.
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