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Oct
9
answered Can any asymmetric algorithms work with only a key-sized amount of randomness?
Oct
9
answered Totally secure public key distrubition
Oct
3
comment What would one need to do in order to hijack a satellite?
+1 Purely for the Mel story
Sep
27
answered In C, not using 'void' if a function does not accept any argument is a potential vulnerability
Sep
25
revised Afraid about SSH on my Linux system
added 493 characters in body
Sep
25
answered Afraid about SSH on my Linux system
Sep
24
answered Insert string to memory with null character
Sep
20
awarded  Good Question
Sep
20
comment Encryption - which are/aren't NSA backdoored
None of them, the NSA already controls your CPU's microcode, they wrote your compiler and the firmware in your network card. The only way to escape them is to add another layer to your tinfoil hat. In all seriousness though, all of that is possible, which makes your question moot.
Sep
19
answered Ensure web service only accessed by authorized applications
Sep
19
comment Why doesn't Linux randomize the address of the executable code segment?
Ahh I understand. I suppose the Windows method has a performance benefit, if they do indeed modify calls et.al. in the code itself. Thanks again.
Sep
19
comment Why doesn't Linux randomize the address of the executable code segment?
Since sharing is on a per-page basis, this means that dynamically altering the call argument (the few bytes after the call opcode) should be avoided. I don't quite follow what point you're making here bearface.
Sep
19
comment Create netcat listener and execute reverse shell in the same script
@Nucklear If you're really sure you want to put it all into one Python file, you're probably going to have to fire off a listening thread. The other option would be to wrap it in a bash script and use either the background (&) function, or named pipes, or something.
Sep
19
comment Create netcat listener and execute reverse shell in the same script
@Nucklear your upstream socket should be connecting to the vulnerable service straight away. If it is timing out, then something is wrong at the remote end.
Sep
18
comment Create netcat listener and execute reverse shell in the same script
@Nucklear It should only block when you reach the s.accept() call. None of the calls above should block. The order needs to be 1)Bind_&_Listen 2)Send_Exploit 3)Accept_Connection
Sep
18
reviewed Approve Does a DDoS attack have other purposes beyond a lack of availability?
Sep
18
reviewed Close What are the reasons this SQL injection code wouldn't work?
Sep
18
reviewed Leave Open What are covert channel algorithms?
Sep
18
reviewed Close Edit virtual host file using php
Sep
18
comment Create netcat listener and execute reverse shell in the same script
@Nucklear I have added to my answer to address how to do this in python alone.