When there’s only the CAT command this is how you use it as a text editor:
$cat > Filename
Then, in the console, write the text. When you’re done press CTRL+D
Opening the file, you’ll find its contents is your entered text. Careful you don’t overwrite an existing file.
Download and install Samurai for VMWARE Workstation (https://sourceforge.net/projects/samurai/files/)
Unzip and double click on the *.vmx file
Default Username/password: samurai/samurai
Samurai has vulnerable websites:
Allow network access to the them by modifying the *.conf files which can be found /etc/apache2/sites-available.
To open the file use this command: sudo gedit bwapp.conf
Check to see which services are running on which ports by using this command: grep -ri listen /etc/apache2
Modify the IP address from <IP>:<port> to *.<port>
Save the files
Restart Apache using this command: /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
This error means more than one service is running on the same ports
To change the screen resolution in Kali using the Terminal type
Then choose your desired dimension by typing
xrandr -s 1280×768
The Bigger They Come, The Harder They Fall
Earlier this year a vulnerability was exploited which used the PingBack feature in WordPress. I am going to show how to create a request to recreate the attack. The attack send upwards of 400 Gbps through the internet. By comparison you’re home network is, on a good day, theoretically 100 Mbps. This attack pumped 40x more traffic than your home network can ever do.
I created the request in BURP PROXY:
POST /xmlrpc.php HTTP/1.0
cat /etc/passwd | cut -d":" -f1
So I’m trying to install Kali on a Kingston USB 8Gb stick
- Download Kali from here
- I then used Disk Utility on the Mac to create 2 partitions
- Create Folder Structure on USB
- Unmount the Kingston usb stick
- “sudo diskutil unmount /dev/disk1”
- or “sudo diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk1”
- Copy these files to BOOT Folder
- Copy ISO to USB
- sudo dd if=/path/to/ISO of=/dev/rdisk1 bs=1m
- Ctrl+t shows the progress
socat -v TCP-LISTEN:8091,reuseaddr,fork TCP:127.0.0.1:80
- Start: apachectl start
- Stop: apachectl stop
- Restart: apachectl restart
Default File Location:
sudo open -a <app> <file>
1. Backup the config file C:\Windows\System32\Inetsrv\config\applicationHost.config and then open it up in notepad.
2. Search for the web site you want to edit.
The <bindings> area is what you are looking for, as you will want to remove the line <binding protocol=”https” bindingInformatino=”*:443:” />
3. Save this file, refresh IIS and start or restart the web site, and you will see your changes you made.