Social-Engineer Toolkit (SET) Version 5.0 “The Wild West” Released

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  • #8385
     m0wgli 
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    TrustedSec is proud to announce the release of the Social-Engineer Toolkit (SET) v5.0 codename: The Wild West. This version is a culmination of six months of development, bug squashing, and user feedback. New with this version includes a completely redesigned multiprocessing web server that handles non-rfc compliant HTTP information. The builtin SET web server would on occasion crash when receiving unexpected characters. The new version of the web server is stable, and significantly faster. This version if Kali Linux compliant (FSH) where all information is now moved and removed from src/program_junk and to your ~/.set home directory.

    In addition to FSH structuring of SET, we have also added some significant performance and stability updates. For example, traditionally if you launched an attack, you would have to exit out of SET completely then relaunch. The dynamic importing has now changed to fix this and improve the ability to reuse modules.

    Source: https://www.trustedsec.com/april-2013/the-social-engineer-toolkit-set-version-5-0-the-wild-west/

  • #52655
     aabee 
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    is this freeware or paid?No price or i could not find .

  • #52656
     m0wgli 
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  • #52657
     Henry864 
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    TrustedSec is proud to announce the release of the Social-Engineer Toolkit (SET) v5.0 codename: The Wild West. This version is a culmination of six months of development, bug squashing, and user feedback. New with this version includes a completely redesigned multiprocessing web server that handles non-rfc compliant HTTP information. The builtin SET web server would on occasion crash when receiving unexpected characters. The new version of the web server is stable, and significantly faster. This version if Kali Linux compliant (FSH) where all information is now moved and removed from src/program_junk and to your ~/.set home directory.

    In addition to FSH structuring of SET, we have also added some significant performance and stability updates. For example, traditionally if you launched an attack, you would have to exit out of SET completely then relaunch. The dynamic importing has now changed to fix this and improve the ability to reuse modules.

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