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  1. Discussioni: Network confusion

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    Network confusion

    I recently bought a new router (jensen airlink 89300 which im not happy with) so I decided to forward a listener port (4444) but turns out the router being as amazing it is somehow won't do it but...
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    Re: Opening/Closing Ports in Backtrack 4

    VERY LAST QUESTION AND I SWEAR I'M DONE TAKING UP YOUR TIME: (thanks for being so helpful)
    The Social Engineering Toolkit in BT4 has the abilty to generate a 'website' which when browsed asks the...
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    Thanks for the help. I better read a bit more...

    Thanks for the help. I better read a bit more about networks and TCP/IP.
    Nikolas

    so just to be clear, If I attack a system on a completly different network and I want the Payload and Listener to...
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    Well I did some reading about networks and I...

    Well I did some reading about networks and I actually found a video of someone performing the same client side attack and it explains that the port you enlist must be port forwarded properly, only...
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    Oh thanks, this stuff worth knowing, ill read...

    Oh thanks, this stuff worth knowing, ill read into it for sure.
    Do you happen to know anything about using the multi/handler exploit?

    The only thing I modified from the original example was the...
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    I have no problem delivering the pdf but when...

    I have no problem delivering the pdf but when opend (with multi/handler running) I get no connection from the payload. this can only be becuase the port is closed (I don't know if it's supposed to...
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    Opening/Closing Ports in Backtrack 4

    Hi! I started reading into Metasploit a year back and have learnt a great deal, (althought all attacks based on some sort of exploit has not been successful) I Recently saw Offsec, posted a free...
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