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    Re: [script] for AV evasion

    I haven't really looked at the script in-depth for what it does, but I can tell you basically what's going on from my CTP experience with code-caving. Using this to generate exe's, as pointed out...
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    Re: MitM attack causes victim connection loss

    Is your adapter bridged or NAT'ed? Because that makes a huge difference in terms of MiTM attacks.
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    Re: Script for sniffing traffic.

    I'm still not giving up on my dream of seeing ettercap filters as one of the options comaX. How's that coming along?
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    Re: NMAP Results are.....Disappointing.

    Thorin, it always amuses me to see someone who really has no idea what he is talking about shown up by those who do. But again, back to OP, besides for all the obvious things, are you scanning a vm...
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    Re: NMAP Results are.....Disappointing.

    Port numbering aside, funny as this was to read :) , what more can you tell us about the computer you are trying to scan in regards to firewalls and network location relative to your computer?
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    Re: BackTrack 5 R3 KDE 32 Update 12.04 Issue

    We need more details... Is this a VM or HDD install? I this your default OS or do you use grub bootloader? Etc.. All these things are important. Although, honestly the solution you probably will get...
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    Re: Script for sniffing traffic.

    I've been obsessing over this for the past few days, and the algo I came up with was this:

    Start the script the way it normally starts.
    Add an option in additional tools for iframe injection.
    If...
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    Re: Script for sniffing traffic.

    I shall wait. :)
    BTW, the idea itself can be incorporated with an absolute minimum of fuss from the filter I gave, the only issue would be that it can never replace the original filter template, and...
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    Re: backtrack expert asked

    What would you like to learn about? If its specifically hacking with backtrack, and you are willing to put in the time and money with a little guidance, you may want to sign up for the offensive...
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    Re: Penetration Testing Help

    I've read dissecting the hack, and while it *IS* a great book, it is *NOT* all the concepts you need by a long shot.
    If you truly want to know what to do next, here's a list of books to read:
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    Re: How often do you use bt?

    Backtrack is far more than a bunch of vulnerability scanners, my friend. I don't know if you have looked through all the tools, but you can do some serious hacking without touching MSF, SET or...
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    Re: Script for sniffing traffic.

    BUMP... Sorry, but I needed comaX to see this.

    Here's a *VERY* easy way to implement the idea I had. Take the filter from here, and paste it into a text file: ...
  13. Re: machine hacked - want to see if i can find entry point

    If you dont have any internet facing ports besides 22 and 80 then make sure those are UP TO DATE!! also, make sure you have strong root passwords. The best setup would be to run bastille-linux on...
  14. Re: Metasploit - The Penetration Testers Guide, Problem! Please Help!

    ALthough the issue is most likely something with your network and bridging improperly...
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    Re: Script for sniffing traffic.

    and credit! :D Imma hold you to that though, cuz my explanation was beautiful. :)
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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    Spoken like a true offsec student. I agree with you completely. I once bothered someone for help on IRC with some basic questions. His response was: Google, research, try harder, do some more...
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    Re: Script for sniffing traffic.

    In a bold attempt to convince you to add this to yamas as a opposed to making a new tool, here's my logic.
    You wrote yamas as a tool to present to people the dangers of ARP-spoofing and MiTM...
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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    I meant linux questions like the link you posted, and basic hacking q's that are repeated.
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    Re: Script for sniffing traffic.

    Hey man, great script as usual blah blah blah. Two things.
    1) I can now officially confirm the update bug is gone. :D

    2) I have an idea for a new option. Targeted RCE by way of content...
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    Re: Is this forum dying?

    I thought I would throw in here.
    As for the problem of experts not posting unless its a new tool or whatever, this is because they are sick of the "Why is my forged ARP packet not generating...
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    Re: BackTrack 5 R3 KDE 32 Update 12.04 Issue

    Don't update it. Too many issues. Is there any particular reason you want to update? Or is it just like a "Why not?" type thing?
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    Re: Part one of an ASM ghostwriting PoC script

    Very cool. I am going to add a new mode with a static decoder to compiled with the shellcode to use this, and similar, functions.
    Where I stand now is to come up with some sort of general outline...
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    Re: Part one of an ASM ghostwriting PoC script

    I added JMP, JNZ, JZ, JNE, JE, JNS, JS, CMP, and TEST support in the newest version.

    I believe I am now ready to work on the obfuscators, unless someone tells me otherwise.

    I do not have JGE,...
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    Re: Part one of an ASM ghostwriting PoC script

    So the way I see it this:
    JNZ, JZ sets ZF to 0
    TEST and CMP set ZF to 1 IF the values are equal and 0 otherwise.
    And the rest I have no idea what you said... :P

    I need things to be a little...
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    Re: Part one of an ASM ghostwriting PoC script

    Interesting. My thoughts were something along those lines for the ASM generating engine. For the Line-by-line, I was thinking something like this:
    Every time the code found an register clearing XOR,...
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