Thanks for the response. I do the same thing
If all else fails, I can often just get back online once I return to the hotel and prepare for the next day. It'd be nice if work would spring for some sort of air card though.
Shame on you!...
I have a large repository of stuff not found on typical sites (exploit-db, packetstorm, etc) stored in both compiled and uncompiled modes for both x86 and 64bits under as many operating systems as it's portable to get it running on. I try to find as much exploit code as I can and further divide it into remote/local folder inside the operating system folders. It's a pain but definitely handy in tight situations. Just make sure you hit
It pays to put together a sandbox of most operating systems to test against, I have most operating systems with the exception of things like z/OS, Tru64 and a few others. Each sandbox (VMWare by the way) has a snapshot so I can download w/e I want, unhook the sandbox from network to avoid it cooking my network/malware(reversed)exploits, run it, fix it if need be, then throw it into the tool kit if it accomplishes what I need.
PITA it is, but it will save you time in the long run. When you need them, plop them on a USB key... Re-writeable DVD/CD and instamagic access
Who cares if you have no connectivity to download. The downside is sorting them out and trying to fix toasty sploits (ones that don't work for those unaccustomed to slang).http://www.0xdeadbeef.info/
(Solaris stuff rocks)http://inj3ct0r.com/
(wanna be milw0rm)http://rawlab.mindcreations.com/#exploithttp://www.exploit-db.com/http://triviasecurity.net/exploits
Best bet to find hardcore PoC's and exploits, follow the coder or mesh another coder's work into your own. Why reinvent wheels
Prematurely hit the save button...
Just make sure you hit "Take Snapshot" ALL the time
I've learned this the hard way.