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Metasploitable 2 - System Recon

Now we know which IP to target – we can start performing some recon to gather some more details about the system.

Again there are various ways to do this but I like to start with nmap again. 365 more words

CTF

Metasploitable 2 - Finding Metasploitable with nmap

Once both systems are up and running you need to find the victim. What IP does it have so you can start your exploits against it? 260 more words

CTF

New Ivanti Patch for SCCM (Formerly Shavlik Patch) Package Available – 6/16/2017

Ivanti Content
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• QGC5903071104 – Google Chrome 59.0.3071.104 – Important
• QGC5903071104 – Google Chrome 59.0.3071.104 x64 – Important
• QTB5220 – Thunderbird 52.2.0 – Critical… 28 more words

Patch And Bulletin Information

Vulnerability Scanning

Vulnerability Scanning is to finding a  payload for attacking a machine.

What we do now is the very important phase in hacking, It may look easy here but this is the difficult path, this is the place a real time hacker writes his own code. 431 more words

Hacking With Kali Linux

Exploiting the Intel AMT Vulnerability with Burp Suite

On a somewhat recent engagement I discovered a number of open ports that I was not immediately familiar with. When this happens, I’ve found that it (almost) always pays to explore further… We can see that this range of ports is open on a number of hosts on this particular subnet. 294 more words

BruteX

Automatically brute force all services

Including:

  • Open ports
  • DNS domains
  • Web files
  • Web directories
  • Usernames
  • Passwords

Dependencies:

  • NMap
  • Hydra
  • Wfuzz
  • SNMPWalk
  • DNSDict

Download:

git clone https://github.com/1N3/BruteX.git… 28 more words
Brute Hacking

DonkeyDocker 1 - Walkthrough

This writeup covers the Vulnhub CTF game DonkeyDocker 1 (2017), which might be the most interesting game I have played this year. In this game players are to play with Docker – a task that lies close to my heart since I love this technology. 898 more words

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