Welcome back, my aspiring hackers! Those of you who use Windows in a LAN environment understand that Windows machines can share directories, files, printers, etc. using "shares." This protocol dates back to the 1980s when the then dominant computer firm, IBM, developed a way ...more
A how-to on how to share files and folders from Ubuntu to Windows XP and XP to Ubuntu.
Hey, hackers! Now that you've hacked/owned your first "box" in my last article, let's look a little closer at another great feature of Metasploit, the Meterpreter, and then let’s move on to hacking a Linux system and using the Meterpreter to control and own it. Why Meterprete ...more
Just because you are using Linux, doesn't mean you have to be cut off from file sharing with those using a regular Windows PC. In this tutorial, learn how to share files between Ubuntu and Windows using a Samba local network. Samba is simple to use and can be obtained through ...more
TorrentFlux is an web-based system for managing bit torrent file transfers. It is an open source package (GPL) and developed for Linux, Unix & BSD platforms on the ubiquitous LAMP stack. In video tutorial, you'll learn how to set up TorrentFlux and how to share your downloaded ...more
Hi, gang! Time for another hack using Metasploit. We have exploited Windows XP (a very insecure operating system) and we have exploited Ubuntu and installed Meterpreter on a Linux system exploiting the Samba service. Several of you have asked for a hack on more modern Windows ...more
When attempting to compromise a target, we want as much control as possible over the victim. Metasploit's meterpreter allows us to have immense control over the victim, the only issue is that sometimes we can't land a meterpreter. We may only be able to land a standard shell, ...more