Advanced Penetration Testing Notes

Part 4

(Part 4: GNU Compilers) (On Ubuntu VM): cat overflowtest.c gcc -g -fno-stack-protector -o overflowtest overflowtest.c ./overflowtest AAAA ./overflowtest AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA gdb overflowtest After (gdb), type list 1,16 (gdb) break 14 (gdb) break 10 (g [view]

By: GrapeApe561 | Related Lesson: Exploit Development (part 4) GNU Compilers | Modified: March 31, 2018

vulnerablity scanning2

service postqresql start service metaspoilt start msfconsole use auxiliary/scanner/ftp/anonymous show options  set RHOST or RHOSTS 192.12341 192.123412 exploit or run check to check the target either he is vulnerable or not [view]

By: Musaid | Related Lesson: Vulnerability Scanning (part 4) Metasploit | Modified: March 31, 2018

Nmap vulnerability

cd /usr/share/nmap/scripts nmap –script-help default or smb-check-vulns or nfs-ls nmap -sC 192.12923213 192.123.231 -oA script output nmap –script=nfs-ls 192.1923423432     [view]

By: Musaid | Related Lesson: Vulnerability Scanning (part 3) Nmap Scripting Engine | Modified: March 31, 2018

Linux introduction

*NO NOTES* [view]

By: | Related Lesson: Linux (part 1) | Modified: March 31, 2018

vulnerbilty scanning

service nessusd start 127.0.0.1 website     [view]

By: Musaid | Related Lesson: Vulnerability Scanning (part 2) Nessus | Modified: March 31, 2018

NMAP

zervit.exe on a windows virtual machine 3232 — nc 192.16888341231 (portNumber) — nc -v 192391934 (portNumber like 80) — nmap -sS 1923944134 1923241234 -oA classscan  you can do 2 hosts nmap don’t scan all ports just the most [view]

By: Musaid | Related Lesson: Information Gathering (part 5) NMAP and PortScanning | Modified: March 30, 2018

reconnesence

recon-ng show modules use recon/contacts-creds/haveibeenpwned (email dump) set source glkasjg@laskdfj.com run — google dorks       [view]

By: Musaid | Related Lesson: Information Gathering (part 4) recon-ng and google operators | Modified: March 30, 2018

information gathering

theharvester -d alksdjf.com -l 500 -b all -l for limit -b for sources —– netcraft.com — maltego —- shodan ….. shodanhq.com   [view]

By: Musaid | Related Lesson: Information Gathering (part 3) Targeting Email and Maltego | Modified: March 30, 2018

nslookup

nslookup set type=mx or ns alkdjfdlkaf.com ——— host -t ns hgjhg.com host -l kjhjkh.com dgh.domaincontrol.com ——– host -t ns zonetranser.me host -l hkjhkjhyffjhguyfuyf ——- nslookup mail.bulbsecurity.com [view]

By: Musaid | Related Lesson: Information Gathering (part 2) Domain Name Services | Modified: March 29, 2018

file permission

chmod = file permission changer 7 = full permissionexample:___________________________________Root@kali-: chmod 750 myfile  7 is root permission, the other two is others.root here has full permission to ”read, write, execute”Second grou [view]

By: alpharoot | Related Lesson: Linux (part 4) chmod, manipulation and packages | Modified: March 29, 2018

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