How much information can be obtained about you from using your phone or just simply browsing on the web? Why do we care if someone knows what we are doing on the web? Your information is constinatly being monitored by the websites you visit, apps that you use such as facebook, your internet provider, search engines like Google and Yahoo, and even the government. Your information is also sold to 3rd party companies from several of these websites. There is a robust amount of data about you on the web and your information is spread around the web simply by using it. Protecting your privacy does not mean you are doing something wrong. So how can we stop it?
Category: Web Exploitation
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Time for the last of the Kioptrix challenges! The first step is to identify the IP address of our new target. The attacker uses netdiscover to reveal the ip of the new virtual machine.
This is a simple python script that is designed to test whether or not a port is open based upon a ping. I will be adding more functionality to the script in the near future.
The attacker starts out with netdiscover to find the ip address of his target machine. Netdsicover finds the ip address of 172.16.158.133 for the new target.
The first objective is to find the ip of the victim machine. The attacker begins with netdiscover to find the ip address of the new Kioptrix1.2 machine.
Time to move on to the next challenge labled “Kioptrix 1.1”. The first step is to find the target machines IP address. The attacker uses netdiscover to find the new ip.
Welcome to my blog! We will be taking a look at Kioptrix 1.1 today. Lets fire up the virtual machine and get started.