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Posted on 27-04-08 04:43
So.. I've been trying to broaden my horizons by learning some basic network/computer hacking.. mostly using the command line.


Well.. let me start with what I have learned so far:

I basically started off with:

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C:\Windows\System32>net use \\192.168.1.106\IPC$ "" "/user:"




then I:

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C:\Windows\System32>net view \\192.168.1.106
Shared resources at \\192.168.1.106



Share name  Type  Used as  Comment

-----------------------------------------------------------
John        Disk  (UNC)
Music       Disk  (UNC)




and finished this off with


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C:\Windows\System32>net use X: \\192.168.1.106\John
The command completed successfully.





okay, so this worked pretty successfully, but trying this on a different computer on my network that was more secured didn't work.

I some how stumbled onto one prompt that was about to let me login to the other the computer but i couldn't reproduce the same result again...

I used a few programs like winfo and Dumpsec but they didn't give any useful information.

Could someone point me in the right direction to other ways i can accomplish this?




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Posted on 27-04-08 06:36
There are some good articles on this site, take a look around.


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Posted on 27-04-08 20:36
Feralas wrote:
There are some good articles on this site, take a look around.


Indeed they are some good articles here, but I've only found a few that were directed at command line hacking.

When i use the terminal in Linux it seems the sky's the limit, but is this all i can do with the windows command prompt?
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Posted on 27-04-08 22:06
Cracker_Jax Said what?:
When i use the terminal in Linux it seems the sky's the limit, but is this all i can do with the windows command prompt?


Hell no there are tons of fun commands to use in windows, Here is a few:
Netstat
nslookup
nbtstat
net local group
finger

Just to name a few.

Google for some more, Then learn how each one works.


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Posted on 28-04-08 01:22
The example you gave (Netbios hacking) is pretty outdated, not many computers have password free mappable drives anymore, but purely from a network point of view, windows will be fine. You might want to look into nmap (for windowz or *nix), as this is a good first port of call for network assessment.


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Posted on 28-04-08 04:20
yeah i have nmap, but most of the time I can't find any open ports..
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LOL UR SO GAY

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Posted on 28-04-08 22:59
hey, that actually helped..

nmap showed a few ports open, only 2

but it did show other info like my mac address.. lol

I love Mac Spoofing..


MAC Address: 00:00:AF:12:34:56 (Nuclear Data Instrumentation)


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