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September 8, 2015
By: waota
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All About Hacking (French Version)
Beaucoup de jeunes informaticiens ou amateurs rêvent de devenir « pirate informatique », c’est très souvent pour démontrer qu’on est un as en informatique. Alors ils se mettent à rechercher sur google « technique de piratage ; comment infiltrer un réseau informatique ; comment détourner un serveur ; comment surfer gratuitement ; comment faire ceci ou cela »…le plus ridicule c’est que lorsqu’ils découvrent enfin que pour mieux apprendre toutes ces choses ...
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September 8, 2015
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By: Johan Grotherus
Nmap is probably the most known and capable network scanner available today. It has a ton of features, it’s open source and free to use. So, what’s not to like about it? One of the features is the NSE, the Nmap scripting engine, which extends Nmap’s functionality as a scanner. With the use of NSE, you can not only scan, but ...
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September 8, 2015
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By: HEGA GEOFFROY
Usually, when we want to visit a website, we start our browser, type the address of the website in the URL address bar and wait for a response. In the meantime, the browser sends that web address to the local Domain Name Server (DNS) to convert it into respective IP address. The process of converting a website address or domain name into its ...
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September 8, 2015
By: nullvyte
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Using SSLStrip in Kali Linux
This tutorial will teach you how to use SSLStrip in Kali Linux. SSLStrip is used to hijack secured HTTPS traffic and sniff the contents of this traffic. You’ll need to download Kali Linux, which contains the SSLStrip utility in the standard image. Kali can be installed in a hypervisor, as a stand-alone OS or can be run as a live OS.   Find the Gateway IP Address Start Kali Linux and open the terminal. You’ll need to identify the IP address of both the gate ...
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September 2, 2015
By: sl0m0
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Password Complexity….Are We Fooling Ourselves?
Many of the beliefs we have around what constitutes a “good” password are created by what default policies in software such as Microsoft teach us. We are led to believe that a minimum length of 8 characters, a good mixture of UPPER and lower-case, numbers and uncommon (i.e. $@#&!) characters automatically make a good password. Many Systems Administrators and Systems Engineers never delve into the analysis behind a password due to the above IT MEME created in large ...
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September 2, 2015
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By: Odysseas
– Introduction from the Programmer – This program is a simple program for the employees payment from the logistics section. We suppose that the currency is  in Euro and we dont focus on how the national tax system is on 40 Euro or in 100 Euro. Its a typical example to understand how programming is getting done with a language lik ...
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September 1, 2015
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By: Johan Grotherus
In my first tutorial I demonstrated the basic usage of the Metasploit database. This included how to use nmap from within the Metasploit console, importing nmap scans and also how to display information in it. Now we will look a bit deeper in what possibilities the Metasploit database can provide, and also see how it looks when importing datab ...
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September 1, 2015
By: Falko
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A Close Look at UDP Ping
The Internet is complex system composed of many different protocols and implementations. Sometimes, it’s very buggy. It contains many poorly documented devices and operators that are implementing policies that aren’t well measurable. Often, measured data isn’t perfect, partial, not friendly, etc. Further, understanding such data is difficult and requires some skills and practice. Generally, any task related to data and working with it often entails collecti ...
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