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    Default exploiting out of our network?

    Hi there,
    in the last few weeks I had succesful exploitation on a victim pc connected to my same network. now I am wandering, how can I get connected to a pc which is out there on the big net? I mean, which is the way to create a tunnel that can allow me to exploit a pc connect to anopther router? Is there any tutorial or manual which explain how to?

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    Default Re: exploiting out of our network?

    Again, this does not sound like the types of posts we like to see here.

    Would you care to elaborate on your "legitimate" reasons for wanting to do this?
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    Default Re: exploiting out of our network?

    Quote Originally Posted by mekardo View Post
    Hi there,
    in the last few weeks I had succesful exploitation on a victim pc connected to my same network. now I am wandering, how can I get connected to a pc which is out there on the big net? I mean, which is the way to create a tunnel that can allow me to exploit a pc connect to anopther router? Is there any tutorial or manual which explain how to?
    It sounds like you are having hard time struggling with basic networking concepts. What method of exploitation are you attempting as well? Here are a couple of notes:

    1. If you are sitting behind a router/fw you need to forward some ports to get a reverse connection working.
    2. If the victim machine X is unrouteable, then you need to create a tunnel to access that machine by leveraging a routeable machine A that has a route to machine B.

    A side note: You should have explicit written permission when exploiting other people's machines. I am not sure if you already own these machines.

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    Default Re: exploiting out of our network?

    Infraction given, thread closed.

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    Default Re: exploiting out of our network?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mother View Post
    Infraction given, thread closed.

    Also as a friendly reminder to others "Do not feed the trolls". Use the report this post button instead. Discussing illegal activity also includes helping those who have blatantly disregarded or not followed the forum rules.

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