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I personally used the following http://www.amazon.com/Edimax-EW-7811Un-150Mbps-Raspberry-Supports/dp/B003MTTJOY with no issues. combining this with hostapd on top of Kali Linux gives you a very powerful wireless pentesting infrastructure
I have no idea about sources of attacks, so strictly speaking, this won't answer your question. However, I think there are some things you can do to figure out who or what may be engaged in this. It will require extreme care on your part. Also, it's been a few days, so first you need to see if it's still happening. You should set up your server to determine ...
how he did it to inject scripts and run as root? This is not known based on the few details you have provided. It might through brute-forcing SSH logins. It might also through combining several problems. A simple upload is not enough because the attacker must also find ways to execute the code and must also have found a security issue which allows to ...
1) Initial Response can be taking the particular module/section of page offline or patch it on IPS or WAF. After that you should check the same yourself first with any web-proxy like Burpsuite or ZAP, if the reported vulnerability is false-positive or a real threat. You can also use a tool called SQLMAP to reduce the effort in verification. 2) For ...
It looks like a remote command execution payload. Remote command execution vulnerability is used for running system commands with the same privillage as the web server user does. It leads to total compromising of the server. Look at owasp article about this for more info.
This is targeting the Shellshock bug (which even has its own tag): GNU Bash through 4.3 processes trailing strings after function definitions in the values of environment variables, which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted environment, as demonstrated by vectors involving the ForceCommand feature in OpenSSH sshd, the mod_cgi ...
Nowadays, a lot of bots are scanning Internet to find security breaches to abuse of servers. As WordPress is one of the most used CMS, most of attacks attempts are done using WordPress flaws. If you site get hacked, you have to find how it happened in a first time Most of WordPress attacks are aiming wp-config.php through adminpages, upload, loginpages, ...
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