Tag Archives: hacking

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 – Sniffing and analysing packets from the commandline

By | November 14, 2012

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 »