Fsociety: An excellent pack of hacking tools

It is no secret to anyone that since the appearance of Mr. Robot: a Geek series you don't want to miss Interest in hacking has grown rapidly, we have also observed a great passion for the use of distro such as Kali Linux and many people also reach us looking for hacking tools.

All this revolution around computer security, cybercrime, ethical hacking and others, has brought the creation of new application suites and also new content, on this occasion we have been pleasantly surprised that there is a suite called fsociety Hacking Tools Pack that groups all applications used in Mr Robot and you complement them with another series of hacking apps.

What is Fsociety Hacking Tools Pack?

It is a pack of tools for multiplatform and open source hacking, which groups together a series of commands and applications related to computer security and hacking, having as a particularity that it makes sure to have available those applications used in the famous television series Mr. Robot.

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This advanced framework allows us to perform penetration tests and comes equipped with applications that aim to collect information, discover passwords, perform wireless tests, exploit vulnerabilities, attack public and private web applications, perform exploits, as well as apply Sniffing and Spoofing.

There are more than 50 applications that can be automatically installed on any Linux distro, the objective of Fsociety Hacking Tools Pack is to provide facilities for initiation in hacking and in turn, to group updated tools around computer security. A detail of each of the tools that makes up this pack can be found here.

How to install Fsociety Hacking Tools Pack?

The installation of this pack of hacking tools is extremely simple (We can even use the tools without installing just by running the python application of the suite), the steps to install or update the applications on our distro are as follows:

Open a terminal and run the following commands:

git clone https://github.com/Manisso/fsociety.git cd fsociety && python fsociety.py

This will execute the fsociety Menu from the terminal, where you can either test the applications that make it up or install or update the entire pack of hacking tools. In the case of installation, simply choose option 0, then choose and enjoy the suite of applications.

A good explanatory video about this tool and its use can be seen below:

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  1.   JuKaMe said

    Hello, good, good, excuse me, but it won't let me install.

    jukame @ jukame-Satellite-A305D: ~ $ git clone https://github.com/Manisso/fsociety.git
    The "git" program is not installed. You can install it by typing:
    sudo apt install git
    jukame @ jukame-Satellite-A305D: ~ $ cd fsociety && python fsociety.py
    bash: cd: fsociety: The file or directory does not exist
    jukame @ jukame-Satellite-A305D: ~ $ git clone https://github.com/Manisso/fsociety.git
    The "git" program is not installed. You can install it by typing:
    sudo apt install git
    jukame @ jukame-Satellite-A305D: ~ $ sudo apt install git clone https://github.com/Manisso/fsociety.git
    [sudo] password for jukame:
    Reading package list ... Done
    Creating dependency tree
    Reading the status information ... Done
    E: The clone package could not be located
    E: The package could not be located https://github.com/Manisso
    E: No package could be found using "*" with "https://github.com/Manisso"
    E: No package could be found with the regular expression "https://github.com/Manisso"



    1.    lizard said

      sudo apt install git

    2.    dicuzew said

      The funny thing is that the same terminal tells you 2 times what you have to write LOL

    3.    Waflessnet said

      I can not believe it. What will a guy like that do on a blog like this?

    4.    CryptoBoy said

      a simple installation on any linux, a VERY basic task for any linuxer ... It seems to me that you are one of those who install linux for being very hackers, and more with git, something so basic and fundamental for someone pentesting which should also know some development ergo, you must know git ...

    5.    Anonymous said

      Is seriously? xD

  2.   Ruben said

    Beyond the grace of Mr. Robot and the script kiddie vibe it has, the script is crappy to say the least.

    1.    Anonymous said

      It is not only cure but very dangerous, it downloads code from several sites including some pastebins, if in any of them they put a malicious script when using fsociety you eat it. Without going further:


      Who controls this pastebin? How do we know that the next fsociety execution will not have a code that installs something malicious?

      I think it is irresponsible to use or advertise this code repository.

      1.    Ruben said

        The pastebin thing is repeated on numerous occasions ... and it is a very big shit as you say.
        This project is nothing more than the work of a fan of the series, as a fansub, but where you can see that everything is a "facade". It gives the retro-hacker air of the series, printing the title on the console in a striking way, etc. But behind that, you see misspellings in the code (and mixing of the developer's native language with English), a very poorly structured, repetitive code, a control of errors from walking around the house, etc.
        After all, they are a bunch of functions that are limited to doing os.system (copy and paste how the X resource is installed).

        Then what we can see as our own resources (without the installation of the classics like nmap) are four absurd checks of wordpress plugins.
        Then you have checks like url + "/ administrator" to check if a site has Joomla installed (as if that is unique to Joomla and / or cannot be changed) or site + '/wp-login.php' to check WordPress. They are the typical checks that you can do by eye, but based on certain criteria and not as a reliable answer.
        But hey, you don't have to be harsh either. It is still an application launcher. Of course, it does not contemplate the use of proxies to do these checks haha.

        The problem with this is that later you see people like JuKaMe, who do not know how to install git (or recognize the failure), but want to use a hacktool. Surely in your case it is a matter of learning, but if so, it will be 1%, the remaining 99%, they will try to see what they can hack / fuck with this "magic" application.
        As I said in my previous comment, script kiddies.

        1.    Starters said

          Script kiddies or asshole, to use a more traditional and defining word.
          I believe everything I see on TV. Anyway.

    2.    CryptoBoy said

      I forked the script to my github, I cloned it to check well what it is, I made it cat to check code to docker, .py, isntall, I initially thought it was something ready for script kiddies and start laughing at the «Kali kuakers »that even ask for help with the installation of kali, revealing their lack of such knowledge with linux, but it turns out not, it is just a very simple script with some ascii art to make it look cool that automates the downloads of the programs (Pure apt-get install) and some of very doubtful origin, in my day to day I use for example nmap to check networks (I work with linux in data center environments) and it is broken within the damn script, it does not yield any information and it always fails, well done the script is not there, the work is regular pulling bad with this script, very, very simple and otherwise broken.

  3.   Maikel rivas said

    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install git

    I recommend installing aptitude
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install aptitude
    sudo aptitude search git (see if git is listed)
    sudo aptitude install git

  4.   Miguel Angel Obando Lancho said

    I get several error messages when executing jsociety

    File "/usr/share/doc/fsociety/fsociety.py", line 529
    except (), message:
    SyntaxError: invalid syntax

    1.    Anonymous said

      Try python2

      # python2 fsociety.py

    2.    AnonMr said

      Hello good morning, possibly I throw you that bug because you have to run it as python2.

      python2 fsociety.py

      I hope you solve your doubt.

  5.   pia said

    lol, first of all, the first comment is that it is any user that neither zploid.net uses, I prefer to admit that I am noov who never tried linux, because he does not have an alternate computer, with good resources and that I can risk to get into this world. Come on, a free VPN isn't everything xd.

    1.    AnonMr said

      Hello, good morning, I do not know if you knew that you can install a backtrack or now Kali Linux on any USB memory and make it bootable, start the OS from the BIOS and thus not have to use hard disk space, if as you say you only have a primary computer and I guess you don't want to damage it.

      Kali or any Linux distro runs very fast on low-performance computers and generally on any computer

      1.    Linux Post Install said

        Greetings, AnonMr. Thank you for your comment and contribution. I have installed Fsociety on my own version of the Distro MX Linux that is also Live and Installable, therefore, I can use FSociety or any other app from a USB drive with or without persistence.

  6.   Elliot said

    I know my question is ignorant but can it really be hacked from this tool or is it just testing?

  7.   DaniPichaCorta said

    No offense to anyone, but people who criticize this script, could you come up with a well-made alternate version? If I had your knowledge, I would, but I don't get to that far.