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HellBound Hackers | Computer General | Web Server

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Linux and Microsoft Servers

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Posted on 14-06-16 05:48
Anyone using a Linux based server?

I was also wondering about Windows based servers; is anyone using a Windows based server? I know of IIS, but what are your options with Microsoft Windows. I know you can download Apache for both Linux and Microsoft.

What CMS are you using for Windows based servers?

Edited by Scar0ptics on 14-06-16 06:04
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Posted on 14-06-16 09:03
@Scar0ptics The simple answer is to not use Windows based servers.

Yes we use Fedora / Centos 6 -7 and in some cases Ubuntu 14.04.

You can run WordPress on IIS however many people use ASP based CMS's.
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Posted on 14-06-16 13:12
Windows always gets a bad rep man, but based on personal experience it's way easier to get access to a Linux based server than it is a Windows one, and like 90% of the attack vectors I see in my logs are all looking for linux based vulnerabilities.
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Posted on 14-06-16 17:00
I understand that because the majority of people are using Linux based servers, but I will be editing some core CMS files and turn it more into a custom one. I know that HBH is using a custom one as well, but a totally different CMS than me.

Rex can you PM me the link to the vulnerability sheet for the CMS I'm using.
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Posted on 14-06-16 21:58
Scar0ptics wrote:I know that HBH is using a custom one as well

The word you're looking for is butchered not custom.

Edited by rex_mundi on 14-06-16 21:59
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Posted on 15-06-16 01:55
That makes updates a lot of fun, huh? lol
I like doing this stuff though, so it wouldn't bother me.
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Posted on 15-06-16 18:47
Scar0ptics wrote:
That makes updates a lot of fun, huh? lol
I like doing this stuff though, so it wouldn't bother me.


No No No makes for a headache and the main reason the current code has been shitcanned and a new system made !!!
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Posted on 15-06-16 19:12
Yeah, that is understandable. You'd have to manually implement all updates so everything worked right afterwards. Instead of fixing a few minor things here and there, it ends up being heavy construction.
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Posted on 15-06-16 21:46
My own personal favourite was "fixing" an sql injection vulnerability, by simply removing the form from the page.
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Posted on 15-06-16 22:22
ha-ha, I bet. That makes it easy!
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