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Install BinDiff on Fedora

In March 2011 Google acquired the company Zynamics, the developer of the tools BinDiff and BinNavi. These two tools were thus assimilated by Google, perhaps never to be seen again. However almost on the day 5 years later, BinDiff was release for free to the public! Soon to be followed by BinNavi which was release both for free and open source. Great news!

BinDiff (v4.20 when writing this post) is released both for Windows and Linux. The packages are released as .deb packages both for 32bit and 64bit systems, but no .rpm. The support pages said that one is to contact zynamics-support@google.com when in need for other packages. They’ve now changed the page(!) telling you that the may not answer and only decide on case by case whether to answer or not. I never got an answer.  But hey! Its no problem…

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SMTPTX

SMTPTX is a very simple tool written in Python used for sending simple email and do some basic email testing from a pentester perspective. Its able to send messages without depending on knowing a specific MTA/SMTP server beforehand. Unlike tools like sendemail it handles the MX record resolution itself and connects to the relevant server and sends the email. Its able to add attachments, use TLS and do SMTP authentication, specify custom DNS servers and SMTP servers etc. More features are under way.

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