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Those credentials have to be placed somewhere. If you decide to place them at a place like /usr/lib/cgi-bin, you'd have to grant your web user access to that directory structure which would in turn make your system more vulnerable. It is more common to place them one level above the web root as a compromise between the two. This way you don't open much of ...


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It's been my experience that there are boot options in KVM/Hyper-V/ESX/ESXi that allow the VM to boot into it's own BIOS. You can then disable things in the BIOS as you like. :) If you are talking about the VM itself accessing the host's bios, I suppose it could be possible, but you'd have to jump through a lot of hoops to get there :)


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You can't access the BIOS from the VM. The BIOS can only be accessed at the machine startup usually by pressing the "esc" key or either f2 or f12 key as soon as you power it on. Once you have access to the BIOS, there is the option to disable USB booting. Usually you shuold find it in "Startup options" but your might be different.


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yah its viable though it was pain in the a part of human anatomy. As centos is very stable then ubuntu or kali, i tried to compile almost 90 necessary kali tools. And it works fine. Using security tools in centos prepare you for both RedHat and CEH. You may try katoolin (https://github.com/LionSec/katoolin) which is a script for installing all kali tools in ...



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