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  1. Re: Looking for a secure way to audit AD passwords using backtrack

    Yeah I know its a little hard to find. From memory, Pureh@te was hosting it on his site, which led me to the following which I think is the right document:
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  2. Re: Looking for a secure way to audit AD passwords using backtrack

    Assuming you have dumped the password hashes from one of the Domain Controllers using something like fgdump you can use john the ripper, included on Backtrack, to actually crack those hashes. ...
  3. Re: Vulnserver And Ollydbg, I Need Some Help With Seh Chains

    Hi redcodefinal

    Dont know if this forum is necessarily the right place for this type of question, since its only tangentially related to BT, however since the mods have allowed it I will answer...
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    Re: Lost network connectivity. Can't figure out why.

    The route command is one way.

    Have you tried switching to other networking mods in VmWare to see whats different? Have you performed packet captures on various different machines (BT, the VM...
  5. Discussioni: Can't sudo

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    Re: Can't sudo

    Yes there is. I'll let you look it up...
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    Re: Lost network connectivity. Can't figure out why.

    Are you familiar with how to troubleshoot TCP/IP networks? Is the IP address you have been assigned correct for the network? Has a default gateway been assigned? what about DNS? Can you ping the...
  7. Discussioni: Can't sudo

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    Re: Can't sudo

    By default, sudo requires your users password, not the root password. Thats what you're using right?
  8. Re: Becoming 1337. How would one browse the internet/view websites via konsole?

    I can defend any position I take here, and I find that actually taking the time to do so can bring most reasonable people around to my way of thinking. I think it helps make the moderating of this...
  9. Discussioni: Pentesting

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    Re: AW: Pentesting

    Thats the way I took it too. In my mind there is a sutble difference between issues of "noise" which is connected with being detected and issues of malformed traffic and traffic volume, which are...
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    Re: All 1000 scanned ports on X.X.X.X are filtered

    It means that there was no evidence that any of the 1000 TCP ports Nmap scanned were "open". This is probably due to a packet filtering or there being no network services on that machine. I...
  11. Re: Becoming 1337. How would one browse the internet/view websites via konsole?

    Your use of leetspeak in the first post here was at least possible to interpret as ironic, but your second post came off as defending leetspeak in general.



    Im quite aware that leetspeak was/is...
  12. Re: Becoming 1337. How would one browse the internet/view websites via konsole?

    No, its not passÚ, because that would suggest that at one time it actually was popular, and is now out of fashion. Not true.

    In actual fact leetspeak has never been used in anything other than...
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    Re: Play online streaming video files

    VLC might be able to do it. I dont think it comes included with BT so you may have to install it.
  14. Re: Becoming 1337. How would one browse the internet/view websites via konsole?

    There are console based browsers like Lynx but they are close to useless for modern browsing as you have described. I have only used Lynx under very specific circumstances - once to download text...
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    Re: Which one I choose python or perl ???

    They each have their benefits and drawbacks. Most simple exploits can be written equally well in either language so if thats what you're doing then just pick the one you like using the best. For...
  16. Discussioni: Pentesting

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    Re: Pentesting

    Both, it improves efficiency and coverage. If you are in the business of competing based on price (and I know not all testers are, but its still worth mentioning), then efficiency is of prime...
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    Re: The journey to being a non-scriptkiddy

    This one has definitely been answered here before. Do a forum search for threads with "learn" and "learning" in the title.
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    Re: account option isnt there??

    The install does not create any accounts, it only sets up the root account with the default password of 'toor'. You should change that immediately after installation using the 'passwd' command.
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    Re: Non Priv User-Internet Access

    I have been using various editions of BackTrack 4 as an unprivileged user ever since BT4 Beta was released, and I have never had any issues with using networking as an unprivileged user. You just...
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    Re: Offensive Security Course

    Id never heard of the elearnsecurity course until you just mentioned it. I have done PWB though, and have the certification, and I have a very high opinion of the course and the exam process -...
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    Re: Samurai Web Testing Framework

    Both BackTrack and Samurai are just collections of Open Source pentesting tools. Samurai is focused on web pentesting, but when I did a comparison of the two distros two years ago I found that most...
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    Re: HowTo Create an Unprivileged (non root) User in BackTrack

    Sounds like a routing issue. Start a new thread.
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    Re: HowTo Create an Unprivileged (non root) User in BackTrack

    You probably should start a new thread on this, and provide some more detail on what you mean by "network connectivity issues". Specifically, what can you do and what cant you do?
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    Re: Multiple services on a single port ???

    Yep, I understand your scenario. If the firewall is allowing outbound traffic on TCP port 80 there is no reason why the filtering rules of the firewall should be preventing or slowing down your...
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    Re: Alfa AWUS036H 1000mW Packet Loss

    You're not quite as funny as you seem to think you are.
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