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Google hacking tutorial

By | April 19, 2013

Using search engines as a hacking tool Google hacking involves using special search terms in the google search engine to narrow down the search results to something very specific. Hackers use it to find vulnerable or exploitable websites, servers and confidental/sensitive data that got exposed to the internet due to poor security. Google search supports… Read More »

Email harvesting with metasploit | tutorial

By | April 28, 2013

Out of the many useful auxiliary modules that metasploit has, one is called search_email_collector which searches google, bing and yahoo for email addresses associated to a particular domain. This is useful in automated information gathering during a penetration test program. The location inside msfconsole is auxiliary/gather/search_email_collector So lets try it out. Launch msfconsole. I am… Read More »

Tcpdump Tutorial – How to Sniff and Analyse Packets from Commandline

By | August 10, 2020

Tcpdump Tcpdump is a commandline network analyzer tool or more technically a packet sniffer. It can be thought of as the commandline version of wireshark (only to a certain extent, since wireshark is much more powerful and capable). As a commandline tool tcpdump is quite powerful for network analysis as filter expressions can be passed… Read More »

How to hack the bsnl router

By | April 15, 2013

BSNL now a days is providing a adsl router made by SemIndia Systems and the model names are similar to DNA-A201 or DNA-A211-1. In this article we are going to hack into this router to learn more about it. You might not know that this small and innocent looking modem is actually a “Linux CPU”…. Read More »