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answered Are there any example domains where I can run my nmap scans just to learn?
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comment What are the good resources for learning Metasploit?
+1 for the handbook, but I wouldn't call it basic :p
Feb
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answered Yahoo Email Keeps Getting Phished
Feb
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answered How do I know if my email account has been hijacked?
Feb
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answered How to “demonstrate” man-in-the-middle attack?
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comment Affordable web application attack tools
Much appreciated, ill certainly check it out.
Feb
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comment Affordable web application attack tools
Thank you for your response. While I appreciate the list of alternate tools for other functions of the burp suite, unfortunately it doesn't address as far as I can see the core function being asked about; intruder.
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asked Affordable web application attack tools
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answered How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?
Feb
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comment How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?
I'm glad it worked for you, but I actually said -sn :P Lowercase n, -sn is a simple ping scan, it tries to ping all the clients in the IP range and simply lists those that responded. Much quicker than a port scan for simply discovering hosts.
Feb
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comment How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?
Uhh, I'm admittedly going off memory, but are you sure nmap only shows the wireless side? Assuming you have a subnet of 255.255.255.0 - IP range of 192.168.0.xx the ethernet clients should still be assigned IP's within this range. Ergo, they should be routable, ergo nmap -sn 192.168.0.* should reveal all the clients, wired and wireless. If it doesn't, can you "cheat" for the moment, get an IP of an ethernet client and post it here along with your wireless IP? Can you ping the ethernet client?
Feb
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comment How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?
Perhaps super users, but to clarify you're on WiFi, and you want to determine which clients are ethernet based and which are WiFi based on the same router you're connected to?
Feb
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answered Obtaining the IP address of a virtual machine to use Metasploit
Feb
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answered Cracking CISCO ASA Passwords
Feb
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answered Threat model for huge warnings on untrusted SSL certificates and no warnings for plain HTTP connections?
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revised What can a hacker do with an IP address?
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