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Hacking with Netcat part 1: The Basics

Netcat is a great network utility for reading and writing to network connections using the TCP and UPD protocol. Netcat is often referred to as the Swiss army knife in networking tools and we will be using it a lot throughout the different tutorials on Hacking Tutorials. Most common use…

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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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How does antivirus software work?

One of the most important and essential pieces of software on Windows computers nowadays is antivirus software to protect you against malware, exploits and hackers. With new advanced malware being released every day used to…

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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…

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In part 1 of the Hacking with Netcat tutorials we have learned the very basics of Netcat. Now it is time to dive deeper into the most popular and common usage of Netcat: Setting up bind shells and reverse shells. In this tutorial we will be learning about the difference between a bind shell and a reverse shell and how to use them. Quite often Netcat is not present on systems as it could be considered as a potential security issue. In these cases we will learn about how to use other tools and programming languages than Netcat which replaces some functionality to setup a reverse shell. Programming and script languages like Python, PHP, Perl and Bash are great alternatives. We will conclude this tutorial with how to use bind shells. In this tutorial we will be learning how to use Netcat for: Reverse shells Bind shells We will demonstrate…

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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…