1. Welcome to THC wiki
We believe that sharing ideas on an open platform is essential for development of novel concepts and methods. Thus, the wiki is freely available to everyone.
Secure: We do not keep logs
We do not backup your wiki
Secure: Data is stored encrypted
Unsecure: We never fix security vulns on our servers. Ever. (because playing golf is so much more fun).
1.1. THC Member Projects
These are ongoing projects. See THC RELEASES for more releases.
THC Hydra is the world-famous login cracker.
THC IPv6 Security Tools, Videos and informations.
GSM Scanner Project
The projects aim is to build a GSM scanner for less than $1000. It started in 2007. THC successfully demonstrated how to receive GSM signals and invented a novel A51 attack. The project has since then been continued by various researchers around the globe.
Exploring the SS7 network. This is a closed group project about SS7's (in)-security. Contributors please contact THC.
This is a closed group project. The project is about OTA and exploiting the security of the SIM Toolkit. Contributors please contact THC.
Femto UMTS Access Gateway
Vodafone UMTS Access Gateway HACK. THC privately demonstrated in 2009/2010 how the vodafone femto cell can be turned into a device to intercept UMTS traffic (as in 'listening to your neighbours without them knowing') and attacking the vodafone backend network (It's open like a swiss cheese!). We also were the first to broadcast a UK Vodafone network near the Eiffel Tower and routing back holiday makers into the vodafone core network. Fuck roaming charges!
THC ePassport exposes fishy security in RFID enabled ePassports.
2011 THC Tshirt Contest has been a great success. This project is now finnished.
THC Tetra Project is a private project started in 2009 available to members only. Here we demonstrate some of the insecurities of Tetra and give an introduction of how to set up your own Tetra network, scan for base stations and verify the security.
1.2. Featured projects
We are proud to host the following projects by non-members:
This project is a GUI-shell (interface) for suite of tools for testing security of bluetooth devices. It is freeware, opensource, written in python, uses wxPyhon. It can be used for testing BT-devices for known vulnerabilities and major thing to do - testing to find unknown vulns.
1.3. Start your own project
Contact our administrators at members at thc.org and give a small description of your project.
Once approved, you can create your own wiki, just go to a webpage like this: