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    Re: Pentesting with no open ports?

    I'm the only person on my network and there're no ports open to start a shell
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    Re: Pentesting with no open ports?

    I don't have access to any outside connections...I work at a fast food restaurant for minimum wage so at the end of the month after rent/bills/food I simply don't have the financials to spend $20 a...
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    Pentesting with no open ports?

    I am pentesting my home connection as if an external person was trying to attack it, even though I am within my own network.
    Here is my current home setup:

    INTERNET---modem---router---computer (I...
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    Re: How to stop John The Ripper from encrypting User

    In case anyone is confused by the question, the resulting .pot file is like this:



    user1md5encrypted:user1md5hashdecrypted
    user2md5encrypted:user2md5hashdecrypted


    And I have no idea why...
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    How to stop John The Ripper from encrypting User

    I have a list of user:rawmd5hash that I made up to test, and it works fine decrypting the MD5 password, but in the .pot log it encrypts the User so I can't see who it is but I can see the decrypted...
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    How to start *not* using BackTrack

    I've been using BT since its second release to test out the security of my own servers, and I had been very pleased with myself...until yesterday.

    I just got my new internet set up, but my...
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