How to Clone Any Website Using HTTrack (Hacking Tutorial)

Computer Hacker Fake Website

I have talked in past posts about how a person might redirect traffic intended for a real website, such as a facebook or maybe a bank site, to your fake website. Of course, to really make this work, you would … Continue reading

17 Actions for Staying Anonymous on the Internet

Prerequisites: Physical: Laptop, debian or other Linux install file Software: gcc, g++, make, libncurses5-dev, patch, srm, tor, proxychains, ssh, pidgin, pidgin-otr, wpa_supplicant, mac-address-changer Here, we will discuss a great number of things you can do to keep yourself as anonymous … Continue reading

How to Hack: Fingerprint Web Servers Using Httprint

If you are following my site, you have undoubtedly read a few ways to identify what system a server is running. Probably the simplest way is to use netcat and connect to port 80 and pull the webserver banner. The … Continue reading

Market Share of Hacking Targets

My site is dedicated to further exploring the techniques and know-how of hacking the various operating systems and configurations a person might run into among the vast wilderness that is the internet. It has come to my attention that the … Continue reading

Passive Operating System Fingerprinting with p0f

Passive fingerprinting works by quietly examining packets for patterns and not  sending data directly to a target host. Due to this passive analysis, the remote system will not be able to detect the packet capture. The process is completely passive … Continue reading

John the Ripper Basics Tutorial

I wrote this tutorial as best I could to try to explain to the newbie how to operate JTR. Remember, this is a newbie tutorial, so I won’t go into detail with all of the features. JTR is a program … Continue reading

15 Hacking Tools to Start Your Journey

1. Nmap I think everyone has heard of this one, recently evolved into the 4.x series. Nmap (“Network Mapper”) is a free open source utility for network exploration or security auditing. It was designed to rapidly scan large networks, although … Continue reading

Want to Know How the Target Hackers Stole Your Credit Card?

As nearly everyone has heard, Target Corporation, one of the largest retailers in the U.S. and Canada, was hacked late last year and potentially 100 million credit cards have been compromised. Happening just before Christmas, it severely dampened Target’s Christmas … Continue reading

How to Pivot from Victim System to Owning the Network with Metasploit

To own a network and retrieve the key data, we only need to find ONE weak link in the network. It makes little sense to beat our heads against heavily fortified systems like the file and database server when we … Continue reading

Kali Linux: Goohost.sh extracts Hosts, IPs, or Email from Google

Goohost is a simple shell script written by Watakushi that extracts hosts/subdomains, ip or emails for a specific domain with Google search. Installation First create a directory for the installation $ mkdir -p /pentest/enumeration/google/goohost/ Then download the tool and make … Continue reading

Wordlists for Password Cracking and Other Brute Force Resources

Brute Forcing and Dictionary Attacks are two methods of getting the same result, a password. Dictionary Cracking can mostly rely on the quality of your word list. Quite often, I have people ask me where they can get wordlists. It … Continue reading

Historical Hacking Philes: Improving the Security of Your Site by Breaking Into it (1993)

Dan Farmer Wietse Venema Sun Microsystems Eindhoven University of Technology 2550 garcia ave MS PAL1-407 P.O. Box 513, 5600 MB Mountain View CA 94043 Eindhoven, NL zen@sun.com wietse@wzv.win.tue.nl Introduction ———— Every day, all over the world, computer networks and hosts … Continue reading

How To Hack: Creating an iOS7 Application Pentesting Environment

Now that you have your shiny new Evasion7 jailbreak running it’s time to set up the environment for application testing! Getting in Since mobile substrate is not working yet we will focus on getting our idevice up and running as … Continue reading

Max Headroom’s List of Acronyms – pt 1 (1990’s)

A lot of you are probably feeling the same I way am right at the moment I am writing this file. I just got done applying for a nice board and I simply went blank while filling out the New … Continue reading

Historical Hacking Philes: ARPANET Information Brochure (1985)

ARPANET INFORMATION BROCHURE DECEMBER 1985   Editor: Stephen C. Dennett Elizabeth J. Feinler Francine Perillo Additional copies of this document may be obtained from the DDN Network Information Center, SRI International, 333 Ravenswood Avenue, Room EJ291, Menlo Park, CA 94025, or from … Continue reading

How To Hack: Change the Signature of Payloads to Evade Antivirus

I’ve written several listener guides on creating a malicious PDF or malicious Word document that would carry in it a payload with the Meterpreter, or reverse shell enabling you to own the system. One of the hurdles to using these … Continue reading

Wireless Security: Everything you ever needed to know about Wifi Hacking

The following is a very thorough and concise overview of Wifi Security. I think it will be very important for my fellow Security Hacker / Pen Testers to have this knowledge stored away somewhere in the back of their head. … Continue reading

Book: Hacking, 2nd Edition by No Starch Press

Hacking is the art of creative problem solving, whether that means finding an unconventional solution to a difficult problem or exploiting holes in sloppy programming. Many people call themselves hackers, but few have the strong technical foundation needed to really … Continue reading

How to Hack: Ultimate Metasploit Meterpreter Command Cheat Sheet

Many of you have probably heard about the MetaSploit Meterpreter Shell. A number of you have probably even used it. But some of you are probably wondering, “What are all the commands for Meterpreter?” Well, here we have a comprehensive … Continue reading

Robert Tappan Morris – Creator of the First Internet Worm

Robert Tappan Morris (born November 8, 1965) is an American computer scientist and entrepreneur. He is best known for creating the Morris Worm in 1988, considered the first computer worm on the Internet, and for companies he has founded. Morris … Continue reading