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    Default Using DirBuster to bruteforce directories and filenames.

    This is a guide I did on the tool DirBuster. This tool is included in BT4, R1, and R2.
    Follow the link to learn more about Dirbuster and how to use it.
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    Default Re: Using DirBuster to bruteforce directories and filenames.

    Nice job looks great
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    Default Re: Using DirBuster to bruteforce directories and filenames.

    Nice job mate, just a quick note for other beginners like me. We need to keep in mind this is very fast tool and also contains some not-so-nice words that may are logged on the web server end too in case you are using it for professional reasons you may want to make them aware of that...Hope that makes sense.

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