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How to use Proxychains in Kali Linux OS

There are a lot of hackers and crackers around the world, some are good, and some are evil. Hackers always want to be anonymous while doing their work. Tools can be used in order to hide the hacker’s identity from being exposed such as VPN (Virtual Private Network), Proxy Servers and RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) […]

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Connect Wi-Fi Network From Terminal – Kali Linux

Today, Wireless Network has become more and more present in open area or large companies and security enhancement is needed to control authentication and confidentiality. The 802.11 Working Group introduced the 802.11i amendment as the final stage of the Robust Security Network standard, superseded the old WEP technology. Today we’ll show you a detailed step by step […]

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CMS & Exploit Kit Detection with WhatCMS

In Internet, more than 70% websites are using ready-made open source CMS like WordPress/Joomla/Drupal etc because a CMS always makes your website easier to use, less expensive to maintain. As we all knows, CMS is a software that stores your web content, enables easy editing for web administrators/editors and allows multiple web administrators to log […]

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PHP CGI Argument Injection With Metasploit Framework

PHP is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML. When PHP is used in a CGI-based setup (such as Apache’s mod_cgid), in some configurations it’s possible to execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the web server. More about this Vulnerability –  When run […]

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Apache Server Hardening – Kali Linux 2017

The Apache Web server is a remarkable piece of software. The basic package distributed by the Apache Software Foundation is quite complete and very powerful, and a lot of effort has gone into keeping it from suffering software bloat. One facet of the package makes it especially remarkable: it includes extensibility by design. Apache is the dominant […]