• Core Security

    Intrusion Attack Through Port Scanning

    by  • June 16, 2009 • Exclusive, IP, Student Series • 2 Comments

    Port scanning determines which ports are listening to the active connections on the subjected host. These ports represent potential communication channels. With the help of port scanning we get close to the network communication scenario. We get to know more about victim’s network which is useful for further attacks. Internet does not exclusively rely on […]

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    Packet Sniffing Attack & Vulnerable Ethernet Communications – I

    by  • March 30, 2009 • Amol Wagh, Firewalls Breaking, IP, Packet Sniffing, Student Series • 0 Comments

    A wire-tap device that plugs into computer networks and eavesdrops on the network traffic is known as the Packet Sniffer or protocol analyzer. Same as we tap any phone call this sniffing allows us to listen to communication between two or more computers. Computer conversations consist of apparently random binary data. Therefore, network wiretap programs […]

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    Firewalk Attack: Beyond The Boundaries of Security.

    by  • March 21, 2009 • Amol Wagh, Core Security, Ethical hacking, Exclusive, Student Series • 0 Comments

    Firewalk which was developed by two masterminds known as developed by Mike Schiffman and Dave Goldsmith furthers the techniques used both by static port traceroutes and hping. It can be successfully implemented to scan a host downstream from a security gateway to assess what rules relate to the target system, without any packets having to […]

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    Set Up Your Own Domain Name Server

    by  • December 21, 2008 • Core Security • 3 Comments

    This is only a quick tutorial, there are literally hundreds of little tricks you can do with a DNS, but this will get your basics up and running. I’m assuming you want to setup a windows DNS server, but the principals will work for most servers. You will need.. 1) A domain name over which […]

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    How to set up a server with Apache , PHP , MySQL , Perl , phpMyAdmin

    by  • December 21, 2008 • Core Security, Tutorials • 0 Comments

    Let’s start by installing apache (http server) . you can download the apache installer on www.apache.org . download the verion you like , even thought , in win systems i recomand verion 2 (this tutorials is for apache 2) . here is a link for it : Code: http://apache.mirror.nedlinux.nl/dist/httpd/binaries/win32/apache_2.0.52-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi for a faster mirror , visit […]

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    IP Spoofing Attack

    by  • November 1, 2008 • Amol Wagh, Core Security, Ethical hacking, Exclusive, IP, Network Security • 2 Comments

    Internet Protocol i.e IP addresses are unique and used for digital data communication for internet. Any mailing system or website technology works on the same principle of digital communication. Every computer connected to Network have its unique IP address. When Person A sends an email  to person B, The mail is assigned with the header […]

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    Virus On Facebook

    by  • September 3, 2008 • Amol Wagh, Ethical hacking, Exclusive, Viruses • 0 Comments

    If you receive an email from a friend titled “You’ve been catched on hidden cam, LOL: With the link (DO NOT CLICK) ttp://myvideo.d9.pl/?a=F0F 2EFE6E9ECE5AEE1EBAEE6E1E3E5E2EFEFEBAEE3EFEDAF.. F6B2B2B2AFB1B7B6B6AFB1B0B5AFF1B7B3B6B7B5B0B4B2B1DFB9B0B8B2AEEAF0E7&b=.. D4E5F2E5F3E1A0D2EFF4E9&v=07&s=fb.. It’s a virus Update your virus scanners to be protected. (AVG is Good) Happy Surfing.

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