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    Re: Hackxor challenge help

    Well I have made some more progress. I had made it through cloacknet to GGHB without extracting all the username password combos. I went back as you suggested and got everyones credentials. That...
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    Re: Hackxor challenge help

    I've been checking this thread from my phone and somehow missed this post earlier. So csrf is an option? That's pretty cool for this type of challenge. Also it sounds like maybe wraithmail isn't...
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    Re: Hackxor challenge help

    ok so I guess I need to use the wraithbox xss to gain access to gghb somehow? Or should I just maybe play with the gghb login screen a little more to see if I can find any vulns?

    I will check out...
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    Re: Hackxor challenge help

    Thanks it's good to know I was approaching the problem the right way. I was setting my session cookie using burp but there were other problems. The cookie for the page where emails are...
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    Re: Hackxor challenge help

    I'll try to respond without any major spoilers. I have gotten to GGHB. I've identified a valid email address. Now I was trying to use XSS through a message to hijack their email session. I was...
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    Hackxor challenge help

    Has anyone else tried this challenge? http://hackxor.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/index.pl
    I'm having a hell of a time with a particular part. I've spent hours and now I just want to understand the...
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    Re: Rainbow tables / Hash clarification

    You could create a rainbow table for WPA cracking with all possible combinations for a given ssid. The problem is that the password can be 8 to 63 characters which would make the resulting table...
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    Re: [Help] Wireless Card Installation

    Try running this first

    prepare-kernel-sources
  9. Re: BT5, default listening ports. what are these for?

    http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/find-out-which-service-listening-specific-port/
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    Re: Help, compiling error...

    Does this help? http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/linux-install-rt2870-chipset-based-usb-wireless-adapter.html
  11. Re: New BackTrack Tools project, what do you think?

    I like the idea of having a single resource with organized information like you are describing. Maybe it would make sense to add this info to the WIKI instead of a new website? Just a thought. ...
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    Re: Cracking passwd files with CUDA

    See b33fs answer. It should accomplish exactly what you are asking for.
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    Re: Cracking passwd files with CUDA

    What kind of password files?
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    Re: Online courses are they worth it?

    Good luck! You won't regret it!
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    Re: Online courses are they worth it?

    You do want to understand how basic scripting works (mostly python). Also I think it would be a very good idea to review some tutorials on how basic buffer overflows work like this one...
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    Re: Online courses are they worth it?

    I have both MY OSCP and OSCE certifications. I thought that they were great courses and I learned a ton while really enjoying myself. I think for the price you really can't find better value...
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    Re: Cloudflare Problem

    That would make sense in my case. I often open a section, like general discussion, then open all of the thread I would like to read in new tabs. Then as I finish with each tab I close them. I...
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    Re: Cloudflare Problem

    I've been experiencing the same problem intermittently recently.
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    Re: WPS Vulnerability

    I have been doing all of my testing with v1.4
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    Re: WPS Vulnerability

    It's more than a little scary that currently there is no way to secure the wireless on these routers without completely turning it off. I haven't checked for a new firmware version yet so I suppose...
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    Re: WPS Vulnerability

    melissabubble,
    Are you using the card in a vmware virtual machine? I've had nothing but trouble with the card in vmware but it has been working great for me in virtualbox.

    tape,
    I had alot of...
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    Re: WPS Vulnerability

    I have been using AWUS036H for all of my testing and I have been able to successfully crack the keys.

    No i didn't do any MAC spoofing testing. I did read this on reavers FAQ



    If I get some...
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    Re: WPS Vulnerability

    I did some experimenting with the 3 routers that I have readily available. Yes they are mine and not my neighbors so I was able to test both the default configs and other options. My test did...
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    Re: WPS Vulnerability

    Wow now that is interesting. I will have to do some testing on my own gear to see if I have any similar results.
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    WPS Vulnerability

    Although this isn't directly backtrack related I thought this would probably be interesting to alot of people on this forum. There has been a tool called 'Reaver' released that takes advantage of a...
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