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comment Reverse shell attack and proxy interceptions.. . is there anything worng?
So you're actually saying that my reasoning is correct. Of course as you stated there are many way to trace my ip and so on...but my purpose was to know if through a proxy like ZAP I could do some OS command injection
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comment OS fingerprinting: can I rely on the results?
Thanks your answer is clear and helpful..I'm doing a bit of research in the security field I do need someone who can help me
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comment OS fingerprinting: can I rely on the results?
So actually any fingerprinting practice could be faked. But how do attackers gather information about a specific target they want to hack?
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comment OS fingerprinting: can I rely on the results?
Sorry, Could you be more precise?..What do you mean by that?Thanks
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asked Is it useful to determine the name of the server software while doing a penetration test?
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comment Command injection Windows platform
Sorry to bother you again, but are you sure about that? In NT family command prompt as far as I know you should use ampersand &..am I right?
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comment Command injection Windows platform
thanks for your reply. My doubts are: 1) looking at my example the ";" could I get rid of it or it's just something I do need? 2) windows scenario, does the command you wrote have to be injected without ";" ? thanks
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