Hack Methods – Active Recon With Nmap


If you have not reviewed the Hacker Methodology write up now is a good time to check it out. It will provide you with a much better overview of how we are logically gathering intelligence in order to create a solid basis for the later phases of hacking or penetration testing. In this overview we're going to learn about some of the common uses of nmap, go over a few of the switches or options and how they work and then wrap it up with an example of a scan. Disclaimer: nmap is considered to be recon for further action and can be taken as hostile intent. It's a grey area between illegal and not, depending on how good of a lawyer you have. I recommend ONLY using this in our Hacker Lab. Used incorrectly it is VERY obvious when you are scanning. (more…)

By hellor00t, ago

Plexconnect and Apple TV 3 with Windows 7

Not quite the easiest and cleanest work around, but a fun and usable one none the less. I haven't found a clean way to do do this all from scratch with the current Apple TV 5.3 build so I figured I would do quick how-to. Credit to iBaa for creating PlexConnect and Paul Kehrer for developing the workaround with the new workaround for firmware 5.3. They are the brains behind all of the development. (more…)

By hellor00t, ago

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