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    Default Always in a LAN Network

    Howdy?
    Sorry for posting this, it might be unpleasant to moderators.

    Here's the problem:

    I've seen and read lots of tutorials on exploitation and penetration attacks, but they only focused on a LAN network. If backtrack tools (especially metasploit) can exploit and create session/s in a said network, how can we exploit outside lan network? I mean penetration testing over the internet like (Attacker's IP: 202.---.---.--- and Victim's IP 69.---.---.---). Not the same as always been tutored of (Attacker: 192.168.1.--- and Vimtim 192.168.1.---).

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: Always in a LAN Network

    Indeed this is unpleasant and the main reason for that is that it's been covered a lot of times.
    Back|track giving machine guns to monkeys since 2007 !

    Do not read the Wiki, most your questions will not be answered there !
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