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    Default SET: Website Attack Vectors Problem

    I am currently running BT5 in VMWare on a Windows 7 Professional machine. I go through these steps, however, the step where I enter the IP for the reverse connection never appears. Im not sure why this is happening. I am able to finish out the hack and start the server though. But then when I go to the IP on Windows, it says that it took too long to display the page. I am not sure why this keeps happening. It has happened before and Id like to know why. Here is a video of everything I am doing.
    Last edited by sickness; 11-18-2011 at 08:26 PM. Reason: No youtube videos allowed.

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    Default Re: SET: Website Attack Vectors Problem

    Try updating SET to the latest version and follow the guides from the official page.
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    Default Re: SET: Website Attack Vectors Problem

    if you are using router, you should go to the config file and turn the autodetection off(than you will be prompted for your ip). Do not forget to forward your ports.

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