Improved Features Of New Kali Linux 2.0 And How To Upgrade To It

Kali 2.0 (Kali Sana) was released last week which means that we get to spend some time sifting through Offensive Security‘s latest release looking at all the new tools and tricks. Offensive Security promised us a better, more powerful penetration testing platform, and my preliminary look at 2.0 shows that they delivered. Here is my […]

Kali Linux Tutorial: How To Brute Force WordPress Using Wpscan Tool

As a WordPress administrator or webmaster you are responsible for the security of the WordPress blog or website you manage. Most probably you’ve already done a lot to beef up the security and today we will show you how to brute force WordPress password in Kali Linux using Wpscan to checking your Password Strength. Disclaimer: […]

Kali Linux Tutorial: Using Maltego Tool To Scan Network And Finding IP

Before we attempt to exploit any target, it is wise to do proper reconnaissance. Without doing reconnaissance, you will likely be wasting your time and energy as well as risking your freedom. In previous guides, I have demonstrated multiple ways to perform reconnaissance including passive recon with Netcraft, active recon with Nmap or hping3, recon […]

Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Attack – Detailed Infographic And Video Tutorial

Here is the detailed infographic from www.baricade.io explaining about xss attack (cross site scripting)  Video Tutorial For Reflected Cross Site Scripting + Backdooring Server Recommended Articles To Become A Hacker: How To Become A Hacker – Basic Guide For Beginners 2015 Understand The Hacker Mindset To Become A Real Hacker Programming Languages For Hackers And […]

Kali Linux Tutorial: Hack A Web Browser Using BeEF

BeEF was developed by a group of developers led by Wade Alcorn. Built on the familiar Ruby on Rails platform, BeEF was developed to explore the vulnerabilities in browsers and test them. In particular, BeEF is an excellent platform for testing a browser’s vulnerability to cross-site scripting (XSS) and other injection attacks. Step 1: Start […]

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