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Buffer overflow explained: The basics

One of the most common and oldest security vulnerabilities in software are buffer overflow vulnerabilities. Buffer overflow vulnerabilities occur in all kinds of software from operating systems to client/server applications and desktop software. This often happens due to bad programming and the lack of or poor input validation on the…

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Hacking Tutorials 2017

In less than 2 weeks we will welcome 2017 and we can look back at a great 2016 for Hacking Tutorials. Since the start of Hacking Tutorials.org in early 2015 the number of visitors and hacking tutorials has grown a lot. In a couple days we will welcome visitor number 1.000.000! This number is far beyond our…

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TP Link Archer C5 Router Hacking

Today we got our hands on a brand new TP Link Archer C5 router which we will be testing for known vulnerabilities such as hidden backdoors and vulnerabilities, brute force default passwords and WPS vulnerabilities.…

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Hacking Tutorials 2017

In less than 2 weeks we will welcome 2017 and we can look back at a great 2016 for Hacking Tutorials. Since the start of Hacking Tutorials.org in early 2015 the number of visitors and hacking tutorials has…

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Hacking dRuby RMI Server 1.8

In this tutorial we will be hacking dRuby using a remote code execution vulnerability in the dRuby RMI server that is running on Metasploitable 2. dRuby is a distributed object system for Ruby and is…

Latest Hacking Tutorials

During the last 3 months it was more quiet than usual on Hacking Tutorials. In this period less tutorials and articles were publish on Hacking Tutorials but there was a very good reason for that. For the last 3 months I have followed Offensive Security’s Penetration testing with Kali Linux (PWK) course and got certified as OSCP. In this article I will be reviewing the courseware, the labs and the brutal 24 hour exam. We will also look at which prior knowledge would be beneficial during the course and how to get this knowledge. We will conclude this article with some tips and hints that helped me passing the exam. OSCP courseware and video’s The Penetration testing with Kali Linux courseware contains a PDF file and instruction video’s on all subjects. The course covers many different subjects such as passive and active information gathering with many different tools but also writing simple buffer…

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Installing OpenVAS on Kali Linux

In this tutorial we will be installing OpenVAS on Kali linux. OpenVAS is an advanced open source vulnerability scanner and manager and can save you a lot of time when performing a vulnerability analysis and…

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Malware Types Explained

In this article we will be looking at the different kinds of malware and what they do. When performing static or dynamic malware analysis it is crucial to have a good understanding of the different…