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Hacking - Problem connecting
« on: July 28, 2008, 02:05:20 AM »
Yes, im obviously a beginner and I'd like to learn more about hacking. Not using it to obtain secret information, it's just a "see if I can do it" type of thing. Heres what I do and what goes wrong.
I get an IP address and try to connect to it, it says could not open connection to the host, on port 23:Connection failed. This is what I did. I went to the promt and did a "telnet then o then tried to connect to 200.140.141.226 and it sayed it couldnt open the connection. Am I doing something wrong? Or am i missing something? Or what? And I'd appreciate it if you didn't give me straight up answers, leave me something to figure out so I can learn. So help me out please.

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Re: Hacking - Problem connecting
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2008, 04:13:37 PM »
Okay.. well first off you aint going to get anywhere with what your doing.. or at least you shouldn't unless the system admin has fallen asleep during the entire build of his server.

First off the bat.. what i would suggest is getting some sort of port scanner .. nmap will do JUST fine.. do a google on it.. have a read of the documentation available on it so you know exactly what it does.

Then run a scan on the IP address you are "testing" to attempt to reveal any open ports available.. from their you will have an understanding of what services are open to you and where you can start looking. See what is running on each port..

My experience sits with web application security .. so what you could also do is check to see if their is any HTTP or SQL ports open .. you might find it could be a lot easier going through an incorrectly configured web service..

Knowing what technologies are being used is going to be key.. is it a unix machine with apache server .. so you can start looking at that ..

or is it Windows with IIS running .. in which case the possibilities are endless ;)

One thing on windows machines i have found VERY common on testing is the permissions ... some admins get very sloppy with how they assign permissions.. haha

Anyway .. you have a lot to start digging around at.. take your time.. you aint going to do this in 5 minutes ...
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Re: Hacking - Problem connecting
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2012, 07:38:01 PM »
hi you all tell me basics of hacking please to start da whole nu shit ok please e mail me please bye god bless