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Programming is the act of issuing commands that a computer system executes, via certain interfaces called programming languages.

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Programming Metasploit

I try to make a Metasploit AutoRunScript for android. The First .rc file has this config use exploit/multi/handler set PAYLOAD android/meterpreter/reverse_tcp set LHOST xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (my IP) set ...
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How is it possible that the Metasploit meterpreter can take pictures without “notifying” the user?

Im curious how the Meterpreter can take pictures from my webcam without turning on the webcam LED? Ive read that you have to write/change a driver, or a firmware, or you just change some DLLs, but ...
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Secure user logins in applications

We wish to create a Java GUI desktop application for our authorised helpdesk staff to perform their normal operations. For e.g. they often have to check log files for errors if a user called or verify ...
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I want to know if exist a vulnerability in using sp_send_dbmail of SQL Server?

I'm using the next stored procedure sp_send_dbmail in SQL Server 2012, the DBA ask me if it possible make SQL Injection using this SP, or SMTP Injection? In the configuration of the Database ...
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Maintaining persistence in my own reverse shell

In my attempt at learning more about how backdoors like meterpreter work, I have written a reverse shell in C++ for linux. To achieve persistence, I tried looking into meterpreter's source code which ...
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Pen testing, Windows: Using credentials to impersonate users from SYSTEM

Following simple scenario during pen test: I have remote code execution on a windows box and am SYSTEM (either because of the way I got onto the box or because of the persistence method I chose) I ...
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Detecting duplicate encrypted strings without iterating over entire data structure

I have a long list of a specific data structure, each entry contains an encrypted string (uses AES-GCM). I want to be able to detect duplicates efficiently, without iterating over the entire list. ...
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Retrieve information about “memory protection”

I read in Wikipedia that there were two ways to achieve "memory protection" Access control lists "Traits" where a SUN processor used traits for pointer and the memory. That particular processor had ...