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[Video]Metasploitable 2 - Part 1 - Get Root to a remote system with NFS and SSH

Hack remote system with NFS (Network File System) and SSH (OpenSSH). Metasploitable 2 lessons.

Hacking

SSH through a SOCKS proxy

(Almost) Everyone knows about the SOCKS proxy capabilities provided by SSH. It’s that -D option you read about in the friendly man page. But it’s not an (usual) HTTP proxy: it’s a… 817 more words

Ssh

OPENSSH: How to Create a Public/Private Key Pair

Install the OpenSSH utility on the machine which will instigate a secure connection request, by downloading the source files and copying them to (say) C:\ OPENSSH. 85 more words

Oracle Applications

How to resolve ssh connectivity issue?

When we try to connect a Linux machine from another using SSH, we might get issue as connection refused.

Two reasons for this.

  1. Firewall is blocking…
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Linux

OverTheWire: Wargames

“The wargames offered by the OverTheWire community can help you to learn and practice security concepts in the form of fun-filled games.”

http://overthewire.org/wargames/

Beyond security, the first game, “Bandit,” is a useful introduction to the command line, common tools, e.g, ssh, man, grep, etc., and basic operating system concepts, such as permissions.

Bookmarks

Builtin OpenSSH Client and Server (beta) on Windows 10

Good afternoon Trinidad and Tobago and the rest of the internet. Decided to record a quick video sharing my experience setting up and using the builtin OpenSSH client and server on my Windows 10. 421 more words

Software

PuTTY Begone! Microsoft will ship an OpenSSH client

(Source: techcrunch.com)

The first thing I download on a new Windows machine – after Chrome, of course – is PuTTY. This tried-and-true OpenSSH client has served millions of devs quite well for the past twenty years and I’m sure it will still remain a favorite but Microsoft has added its own ssh client to Windows, a move that points to more openness on the part of Redmond. 71 more words

Technology