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[Firewall] Portforge [Crystal]
« on: August 05, 2018, 10:01:36 PM »
Found a pretty cool tool from a Tweet I saw https://twitter.com/coder0x/status/1025506359301758976

It has also been featured on some blog sites.
http://www.kitploit.com/2018/08/portforgecr-script-which-opens-multiple.html
http://moretip.com/portforge-cr-a-script-which-opens-multiple-sockets-from-a-specific-port-range-you-input/
http://pax0r.com/feed-items/portforge-cr-a-script-which-opens-multiple-sockets-from-a-specific-port-range-you-input/
http://hackertor.com/2018/08/03/portforge-cr-a-script-which-opens-multiple-sockets-from-a-specific-port-range-you-input/

The tool is called Portforge and the intention behind it is to open as many sockets as you wish.
This can be useful when you don't want people to map out your device and see what you're running and not, so it's a small step to defeat reconnaissance.
I've tried it out myself and I was able to fool a network scanner into thinking there was multiple services running on it.
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Re: [Firewall] Portforge [Crystal]
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2018, 02:56:42 PM »
Found a pretty cool tool from a Tweet I saw https://twitter.com/coder0x/status/1025506359301758976

It has also been featured on some blog sites.
http://www.kitploit.com/2018/08/portforgecr-script-which-opens-multiple.html
http://moretip.com/portforge-cr-a-script-which-opens-multiple-sockets-from-a-specific-port-range-you-input/
http://pax0r.com/feed-items/portforge-cr-a-script-which-opens-multiple-sockets-from-a-specific-port-range-you-input/
http://hackertor.com/2018/08/03/portforge-cr-a-script-which-opens-multiple-sockets-from-a-specific-port-range-you-input/

The tool is called Portforge and the intention behind it is to open as many sockets as you wish.
This can be useful when you don't want people to map out your device and see what you're running and not, so it's a small step to defeat reconnaissance.
I've tried it out myself and I was able to fool a network scanner into thinking there was multiple services running on it.
This stuff is what I love most about hacking!

Too bad there is no way in hell I can trust the creator of this  :android-lol: :android-tongue: :android-wink:

Looks really good, we keep in touch about this :android-ninja:

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Re: [Firewall] Portforge [Crystal]
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2018, 11:34:19 PM »
Yea the creators seems very shady, I would look up the source code and really make sure it's safe.  :cool-android:

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Re: [Firewall] Portforge [Crystal]
« Reply #3 on: August 07, 2018, 08:50:17 AM »
Yea the creators seems very shady, I would look up the source code and really make sure it's safe.  :cool-android:
:android-nerd: hehehe, well it doesn't look malicious on closer inspection (who thought of that!)

So let me get this straight, this tool will open up ports in a given range, checks if there aren't any of those specified ports in use, then opens up whatever it can?

That adds a nice layer of observation!!!

I see in the screenshot that nmap(like) tool gives output on a scan, does it really recognize said services or assumes them based on their port number? Are Fibers like raw sockets or more complex?

It's great that it's not taking much resource :android-ninja: