Gaining information about current version of an application or operating system in order to find a vulnerability.

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How is YouTube able to identify anonymous users?

A few days ago I was searching YouTube and I noticed an "outlier" video poped up in the suggestions list. This video had nothing to do with the topic being searched, but instead it was based on a ...
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Virtualization / Cloud-Stack fingerprinting from running VM

How can the host environment (not just the OS) be identified from a running guest VM. To determine what the underlying host and virtualization stacks being used actually are. I.e. whether there's a ...
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How to detect Snort on the network?

Does anyone know how to fingerprint an IPS ? is there any tool available to do the job? I want to detect snort in my network . Would appreciate any kind of help.
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Botnet fingerprinting

Does anyone know of any research of papers on fingerprinting botnets? If a given target is being brute forced or DDoSed do methods exist to determine if a brute force or DDoS on another target are ...
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Matching vulnerabilities with upstream versions

How am I supposed to match vulnerabilities with services fingerprint, with string like these? Is there a public database to match these versions with original versions? > 5.5.29-0ubuntu0.12.04.1 ...
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Service banner checking for vulnerabilities offline

Has anybody seen a tool where you can collect Service banners from something like nmap, output them to a file, the vuln vulnerability checks offline?
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Discovering a vulnerable service on a machine

I am trying to get access to one of the machines in my lab. it has 2 tcp ports that I am highly suspecting which are: port 25 tcp port 111 tcp For port 25, it is supposed to be running SMTP, ...
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Defend against HTTP fingerprinting [closed]

I'm looking for ways to defend against common fingerprinting techniques used by hackers to identify what kind of setup my website is running on. I understand this is a complicated topic, and every ...
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Spoofing OS during browsing

I am using http://www.mybrowserinfo.com/ to gather some info about me while browsing. I want to change my OS to appear that its a Windows Xp machine.(No VM solutions please:D) If you have any ...
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Does google use browser fingerprinting? [closed]

I'm wondering whether besides collecting the typical tracking information (IP + cookies) google has already implemented browser fingerprinting? I read sometime not long ago about it being a ...
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How can I block flash from obtaining a list of available fonts in my browser? [closed]

How can I block Flash, at least in Chrome, from obtaining the list of available fonts in my browser? It seems that the combination of fonts available is the easiest way to fingerprint a browser.
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Can BitTorrent clients be fingerprinted?

As https://panopticlick.eff.org/ demonstrates, web browsers are very prone to fingerprinting, both active and passive (often you can fingerprint a web browser by simply monitoring the wire). My ...
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How to know if two IP addresses point to the same web server?

Doing some testing against two IP address in the scope I find one web server in each one. Both host what it seems the same web application. They are different public (accessible through Internet) IP ...
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Techniques for fingerprinting a web based content management system (CMS)

Let's say we have a random basic blog or informational website: just some pages with information, a sidebar with an overview of the archives, the normal stuff. We know of this website that it's built ...