Comprehensive Guide to Nmap Port Status

Hello friends, several times you might have used NMAP to performing Network scanning for enumerating active Port services of target machine but in some scenarios you don’t get simple message if a port open or close. Let’s Begin Requirement Attacker’s IP:  192.168.1.109 [Kali Linux] Target’s IP: 192.168.1.119 [Ubuntu] The states of ports are not their… Continue reading →
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Bind Payload using SFX archive with Trojanizer

The Trojanizer tool uses WinRAR (SFX) to compress the two files input by user, and transforms it into an SFX executable (.exe) archive. The SFX archive when executed it will run both files (our payload and the legit application at the same time). How to get Trojanizer? You can clone using this Github link: Command:… Continue reading →
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Beginner Guide to IPtables

Hello friends!! In this article we are going to discuss on Iptables and its uses. Iptables is a command-line firewall, installed by default on all official Ubuntu distributions. Using Iptables, you can label a set of rules, that will be go after by the Linux kernel to verify all incoming and outgoing network traffic. Today… Continue reading →
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UPDATE: Kali Linux 2018.1 Release!

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Second post of the new year and it is about the latest Kali Linux 2018.1 release! The last Kali Linux release was made available in the month of November. As usual, this new release includes all patches, fixes, updates, and improvements since the last release – Kali Linux 2017.3. Importantly, a nasty bug that caused the Gnome ShellRead more about UPDATE: Kali Linux 2018.1 Release!
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Payload Processing Rule in Burp suite (Part 1)

Hello friends!! Today we are going to discuss “Payload Processing” option of Burpsuite which is advance functionality comes under Intruder Tab for making brute force attack. Payload Processing Payload Processing can be defined as when payloads are generated using payload types, they can be further manipulated or filtered using various processing rules and payload encoding…. Continue reading →
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Post Exploitation Using WMIC (System Command)

This article is about Post Exploitation using the WMIC (Windows Management Instrumentation Command Line). When an Attacker gain a meterpreter session on a Remote PC, then he/she can enumerate a huge amount of information and make effective changes using the WMI Command Line. To do this, we will first get the meterpreter session on the… Continue reading →
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Nmap Scans using Hex Value of Flags

In this article we are going to scan the target machine by sending TCP flags through their hexadecimal value and the actual Flag name can be confirm by analysis of Nmap traffic through Wireshark. Let’s have a look over Hex value of TCP Flag in given below table which we are going to use in… Continue reading →
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WordPress Exploitation using Burpsuite (Burp_wp Plugin)

Burp_wp is an extension of burpsuite used to scan and find vulnerabilities in wordpress plugins and themes using burpsuite proxy. It was created by Kacper Szurek and can be downloaded from here. Let’s begin To run this extension we first need to install jython. Jython is an implementation of python programming that can run on… Continue reading →
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Beginners Guide to Burpsuite Payloads (Part 2)

Hello Friends!!  In our previous article part1 we had discussed how to perform brute force attack on any web application server for making unauthorized login into it using some Payload of Burpsuite. In part 2 articles you will learn more about brute force attack with help of remaining BurpSuite payloads that might be helpful in… Continue reading →
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Bypass Firewall Restrictions with Metasploit (reverse_tcp_allports)

Introduction Network Address Translation generally involves “re-writing the source and/or destination addresses of IP packets as they pass through a router or firewall” (from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_Address_Translation) The Linux kernel usually possesses a packet filter framework called netfilter (Project home: netfilter.org). This framework enables a Linux machine with an appropriate number of network cards (interfaces) to become a router capable of NAT. We… Continue reading →
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