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Deauth attack without being able to contact the AP

In my home pentest lab I though it would be interesting to try this scenario and see if it works: I have 2 computers and 1 AP, computer A is authenticated to the access point with WPA2 and computer B ...
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Add third party exploit to metasploit under kali linux 1.0.6

I want to add custom exploits in metasploit running inside kali linux system version 1.0.6. I start using this methode : cd /root/.msf4 cd modules mkdir -p exploits/windows/browser mv ...
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Throttle network based on OS [closed]

What do I need to learn/know to throttle a clients network based on his/her operating system. For example: Someone in my network using Kali Linux... I would like to throttle their traffic to ...
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Tor, PGP and Tor Entrance Nodes

Imagine alice posts her public PGP key on her website and bob encrypts a widget with that public key then sends it to alice over Tor. If alice's key is widely and publically available and an attacker ...
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Software for web hacking? [closed]

I want to learn sql injection, xss and other web attacks. I am new to all this, just a beginner. I want to know which software to use. Can I use Windows for these attacks ...
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How do I resolve this error in backtrack 5 v3 (yamas.sh)? [duplicate]

Sslstrip will be listening on port 8080 and outputting log in /tmp/y.txt chmod: cannot access `/usr/bin/sslstrip/sslstrip.py': No such file or directory [-] Sslstrip is running. [+] Activating ARP ...
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Kali linux aircrack

I have AirPort Extreme network card and when I try to use airmong-ng on kali linux in a virtual machine this does not work. I know I need a usb-network card if I wanna make this work but if I boot ...
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Kali Linux /etc/shadow encryption type used by default?

I know that shadow's file hash follows this syntax: $id$salt$encrypted Where ID is the algorithm used: $0 DES $1 MD5 $2a Blowfish $5 Shadw-256 $6 SHA512 My shadow: ...
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Can't successfully do an idle scan

I have kali linux installed in VirtualBox and would like to do an idle scan. For this I need to find a suitable zombie pc. I'm using the ipidseq script to find one. The script finds some ip addresses ...
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GnuTLS ServerHello exploit (CVE-2014-3466) - how to verify?

So pretty much all of the GNUTLS world is worrying about CVE-2014-3466. I checked my Kali and it responds with this - # apt-cache rdepends libgnutls26 | grep -v lib Reverse Depends: ...
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Is there anyway to generate a SAM file?

I was wondering if it is possible to create a windows SAM file. I already tried using chntpw but it seems like it only works under a Redhat based linux, ie I was able to blank/change a Windows 7 ...
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How to set iptables to drop packets that I'm not listening on?

I've got a Kali Linux box I use for pen testing. I would like to configure my machine to DROP incoming packets, but only when I'm not listening on them. e.g. if I run a netcat listener on port 80, I ...
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What is DDOS TCP KILL?

I've recently been introduced to Kali Linux's webkiller tool, located in the websploit category. It works on the concept of Tcpkill. I don't understand how the DoS attack with Tcpkill works. Can ...
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Testing Basic Authentication with ncrack

I'm conducting some basic pen testing against a page protected with Basic Authentication. I've sucessfully tested with Medusa and Hydra but am struggling to get the syntax correct for ncrack. the ...
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How to set correctly set Local Host on a payload for a user outside subnet?

I'm training with labs and metasploit and there's some payloads I can send to my target and exploit it(in my subnet). If I have to exploit a payload I sent to a target outside my network which options ...
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No Handshake from Airodump

I'm struggling to get a handshake from my router when using airodump. I'm running this from Kali Linux live CD. airmon-ng shows my wireless card is an Atheros AR9462 using the ath9k - [phy0] driver. ...
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Msfpayload: Exe within an exe?

So you can use msfpayload or msfvenom to add a payload to an existing exe, most people online seem to use reverse shell. But I was wondering if you could include a custom exe of your own design as a ...
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Setup of Kali Linux for reverse shell connections over the internet

I am running Kali Linux as a VM on my Windows machine which is NAT'd behind my company network, if I wish to pen test a website for a client and believe that a reverse shell is possible, what is a ...
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What are the pros and cons of using live CDs vs VMs for malware analysis?

I'm planning on doing some malware research for a research project, and I was wondering what would be a better option for keeping my system safe from viruses accidentally infecting it. I'm only ...
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Major differences between Kali and SecurityOnion

Curious about the major differences between Kali Linux and SecurityOnion. Do you think it would be easy or useful to replicate what has been done with SecurityOnion on Kali? Why is there such a ...
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Can kali linux be hacked [duplicate]

I'm just curious if new version of backtrack Kali be hacked like back-doored or crack user password like the windows or mac
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Use Metasploit to exploit SMB through Conficker

I've got an SP0/unpatched Windows XP which is vulnerable to the Conficker worm. I'm using metasploit to use the Conficker exploit with the purpose of opening a remote shell/command line. My ...
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Wordlists on Kali Linux?

I notice that in /usr/share/wordlists in Kali Linux (former Backtrack) there are some lists. Are they used to bruteforce something? Is there specific list for specific kind of attacks?
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backtrack or kali linux ??? Which is best for a beginner pen tester ? [closed]

I am using backtrack right now but i also wish to switch to kali linux if its more interactive. Because i am just a beginner pen tester. I tried with both bt4 and bt5, but novice in kali linux.
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Can I use Kali Linux when I learn Backtrack well?

I'm new to security issues and I'm almost buying a course at ELearningSec(begginners course,of course), I will in a company and want to learn about offensive and defensive skills to improve the ...
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Is it practically possible to spoof a WLAN access point?

I want to try something out, but I wanted to see other opinions from you guys. What I have: WLAN Access point, with WPA2, ESSID: testing. Home router, I can change the configuration and everything ...
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Most secure way to partition linux?

I recently acquired a netbook to play with, and I want to install Kali Linux so I can start learning about network security and exploit development. I want to use this to learn as much about security ...
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What's the best route to watch network traffic on our networks?

We have a single switch that routes all our different offices around the country using Meraki VPN. We have a VM on the switch (to the extent it can see all subdomains and different IP addresses in our ...
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Pen Testing ASP.NET application with Backtrack

We have developed an ASP.NET Based Enterprise Application which is is soon to be released. Now, we are concerned about the security aspects of the application. I've been looking into Backtrack 5 and ...
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Is BackTrack 5 really the best OS to have in IT Security? [closed]

I am really interested in the chances of BackTrack. I can't really use it but there are many videos on the web which show that you can crack WiFi with it, etc... But against these illegal things, can ...
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NMAP scan fails

I started to read a metasploit guide book so I set up 2 Machines in VirtualBox for pen testing (host - BT 5, the second - WinXP SP2). When Im trying to scan open ports with NMAP on the Windows ...
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Msf and exploitdb on Backtrack 5

Metasploit (msf) doesn't see exploits from exploitdb. I've just updated directory on my Backtrack cd /pentest/exploits/exploitdb svn update How can I load them now into msf? When i use a script ...
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Metasploit Wifi Modules Asking for lorcon2

I'm using Metasploit Framework for Wifi Exploiation, on Backtrack R2, but I'm getting this error: The Lorcon2 module is not available: no such file to load -- Lorcon2 But actually, I have installed ...
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Cracking a wpa2-psk wifi

I'm cracking a wpa2-psk wifi with aircrack-ng. After popullating the *cap file I'll apply brute-force with john. The question is: What time is it recommend to run airodump-ng before killing it's ...
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using exploit/unix/webapp/tikiwiki_graph_formula_exec

I have backtrack and metasploitable running on my Macbook pro and I am trying to run **exploit/unix/webapp/tikiwiki_graph_formula_exec** exploit on msfconsole to penetrate the metasploitable operating ...
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Vulnerability Tracking Site [closed]

my ask is really simple. I have a group that do ethical hacking, we search vulnerabilities on webpages, analize them, and make the proper paper to inform the organization involved. We are having a ...
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Nessus Scan Port ID mapped to Metasploit Vulnerability exploits

My Question: Is there any sort of website that maps Nessus Scan IDs to Metasploit Vulnerabilities? My Situation: I'm learning about penetration testing and I'm beginning to get frustrated seeing a ...
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Sample vulnerable web apps to test Pentesting platforms

I am looking into a web application vulnerability scanner for my organization. I would like a sample web application that is loaded with vulnerabilities (similar to metasploitable on the application ...
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Using tor with SET to bypass firewall policy?

I'm doing a credential harvesting attack using SET from backtrack. I want to sent a spoof email using an open relay server. However, any outbound connection for smtp is blocked by the firewall. I ...
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Can you recommend a good book on Backtrack/Metasploit?

I have just downloaded Backtrack 5 R2 with Gnome and, while it looks cool, I don't really know where to start. I see it comes with Metasploit but, to be blunt, I still don't really understand what ...
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Backtrack 5 in a VM - Why bridged networking over NAT?

When running Backtrack 5 from a VM, it is recommended to use the bridged networking option instead of the NAT networking option? How does it affect the usage of Backtrack - port scanning, ...
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Is it Possible to Dual Boot OSX Lion & Backtrack 5 R2 Smoothly? [closed]

I have a 13inch Macbook Pro i5 and I would like to duel boot backtrack 5 on it as my ram struggles a bit when I run it inside a virtualbox. I have heard stories how it has borked the install on osx, ...
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Backtrack 5 R2 & Metasploitable

I have configured the OpenVAS server as per wiki instructions: http://www.backtrack-linux.org/wiki/index.php/OpenVas And i ran the following commands: msfconsole load openvas openvas_connect admin ...
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How does IP tracking work?

Excuse the naive question (I'm more of a dev than a web-sec person) In the past I've had webservers hacked and usually i've traced it to some random machines which seem to have been compromised (i ...
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Understanding AirCrack output in Backtrack 5

First let me clarify that I was trying to crack WPA2 in my home for educational purposes. I followed some tutorials and the message I received was: key found! [ilovegod] I know that this is not ...
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How can I decrypt traffic on a WEP encrypted network?

Let's say that I am connected to a WEP Access Point and I want to sniff all wireless traffic inside that network. How can I decrypt the traffic even though I don't have the cryptographic key? I found ...
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How safe is backtrack to use?

I've always used backtrack for security assessments, it's a great toolbox. The thing is since it's a toolbox to exploit things, have their been any reports of "bundled" spyware in standard backtrack ...
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Backtrack Footprints

I have been hired to to penetration assessment (scanning,testing and so on) ( I am new to the industry and learned through Offsec pentration training.) While training, I have been doing most of my ...
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Benefits to BlackArch over Kali

Besides BlackArch having a cooler name and the whole Ubuntu vs. Arch Linux thing, what are the relative benefits of BlackArch over Kali? Are the tools broadly the same, or does one have better ...
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Wireless Adapters for Testing with BackTrack

I would like to begin testing and working with BackTrack. I have heard that the Alfa AWUS036H wireless adapter works well with BackTrack and allows for packet injection. This adapter, however, is ...