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Category Archives: Post-exploitation


Once you have a shell and you have some control over a target you go into the post-exploitation phase and you start thinking on how to exploit this control to achieve more stuff. That’s what post-exploitation is about.
We all know how to use Nessus or Acunetix to find remote vulnerabilities (SQLI, XSS, you name it…) but actually there are few tools that could be used to scan the server locally.

In this paper, I will talk about finding local vulnerabilities and I will talk a bit about exploiting them to gain root or to have access to valuable files. Although this article will be focused on Linux, the same basic idea can be applied to other Operating systems.

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Hello Guys , today i’m releasing this new tool i coded some months ago , it’s called “R00tdabitch”
rootdabitch is a multithreaded Linux/UNIX tool to brute-force cracking local root
through su using sucrack =>>
the magic about this tool is that it works in background , so you can leave it
working for days untill you have results…
Performance : 10 tries per 3 seconds with 10 threads

A howto is included in the zip archive !

Download Link

Hello guys ,

In this tutorial i will be talking about some advanced system backdooring ,
i mean after gaining root on a server , many people will create a new root user ,
others will bind a rootshell in a port and come back later on it , those methods work perfectly but they are easilly detected with logs or just by watching openports or /etc/passwd.

Some other people use rootkits which are widely detected by antimalware , or difficult to setup.

In this tutorial i will show you how to make the easiest/undetectable(kinda) backdoor.
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