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    fondza [Admin]

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    milw0rm (hack websites)

    Post by fondza [Admin] on Fri Oct 16, 2009 3:34 pm

    This tutorial will show beginner hackers how to use their first web exploit in a realworld
    situation. It will contain a Proof of Concept by me, so you can see the effects
    of this exploit on the target and how to apply it effectively. This tutorial contains an
    in-depth explanation with step-by-step instructions so everyone can benefit equally.
    It also contains frequent screen-shots to make the tutorial even clearer, so even if
    this is your first minute of your first day hacking, you can still get a grip on what I
    mean and hopefully understand. The screen-shots are also present for those who are
    more visually based. More advanced hackers are also more than welcome to read
    through this tutorial. You may even profit from having a read through. The exploit
    that will be used in this class is admittedly great for impressing friends and family
    and co-workers because of its simplicity. By the end of this class beginner hackers
    should have gained more of a foothold in the world of computer hacking and be able
    to use this tutorial as groundwork for further explorations in this mysterious
    underground digital world.
    So, without further ado, sit back and prepare to learn how to use your first exploit!
    The first thing that a beginner hacker must do if find the appropriate exploit to use
    for their first time. This exploit should be simplistic in design and doesn't require
    extensive knowledge to execute. The exploit and PoC that this class is based around
    has exactly those qualities.
    There are numerous places around the World Wide Web where one can stumble
    across exploits. These include, but are not limited to, Milw0rm, Bugsearch, Hacking
    Forums, and the BugTraq mailing list. But for our purposes today, we are going to use

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