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An attempt to penetrate a system's security in an effort to evaluate the protections in place.

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I would suggest trying to learn about how it happens, and why, in multiple languages. Why? After a while, you'll notice a pattern, and find that several techniques are portable. Buffer Overflow St …
answered Dec 4 '15 by Mark Buffalo
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If I'm reading this correctly, you changed a windows service, UPNPHost, to use a different executable than it shipped with, right? If so, the process dies because it doesn't respond correctly to the t …
answered Oct 25 '17 by Mark Buffalo
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You can't hide your IP address on the internet. They aren't secret. Pretty much what @DeerHunter said. It's trivial to scan the entire internet. If they want, they can target all-known digital ocean …
answered Feb 12 '16 by Mark Buffalo
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If he has no idea how it got there, then there's a problem: one of his input fields is likely vulnerable to SQL injection attacks. You'll need to track down the culprits. I have my doubts that this i …
answered Jan 4 '16 by Mark Buffalo
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Web Applications and HTTP Status Codes If it's returning 200 on both an unauthorized page (302 Redirects to 200 login page), and an authorized page (discovered authorized page), there are some things …
answered Dec 4 '17 by Mark Buffalo
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Here are two ideas which show the dangers of phishing and social engineering, among other things. If it's a 10BASET or 100BASETX network (unlikely), Bob can fly to LA and try to find their network …
answered Jan 19 '16 by Mark Buffalo