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    i am an IT guy which do general task like formatting & installing required software in systems (i dont know much)
    i got this job because of my brother
    now my brother want me to learn about networks & network security for finding a better job

    for my learning purpose he gave my a range of ip to test & exploit them to gain access
    i have written permission for this, those PC & servers are just for me to learn 🙂

    they are not connected to main network so its also risk free & i can do anything i want
    my brother told me that those PC & servers are vulnerable to many attacks
    my aim is to find the vulnerability & exploit them to gain all type of possible access

    i just run a nmap scan on them & my report is here

    there are alot open ports
    please heko me in finding possible vulnerabilities & help me in learning

    dont get confused with the name. all those server & PC belong to my brother & he is the owner

    • This topic was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by  cicuchatre.


    Check out OWASP and Mitre for info on how to exploit what you find. NMap will help you find open ports and what services run on those ports, and once you know the service and what version its running, then you can check those sites to see how you can exploit them.



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