A computer, or a network behind a adsl well configured router is 100% secure?
I mean even if I install netcat on a machine with local address X listening to port Y is it possible to remotely connect unless that port Y is forwarded? My guess is no.
Probably not. 100% secure is nothing, though.
Something irrelevant, well not completely
, I would like to see a 'history of an attack'.
I mean an article maybe, describing how you hacked into a box, or anything similar...
A matter is whenever this article should be specific about everything. I think that a 'history of an attack' should focus on the point, which is to show to newbies like me ways of thinking, not a help for script kiddies
Hackers don't really publish tales of grandeur, telling stories by the campfire and stuff like that. You're best off visiting blogs/fora focused on programming/hacking/geeky stuff and follow some hyperlinks. Blog posts can reveal a LOT of inside info if you lurk well.
If you have material about router hacking kindly give me some links!
Highly dependant on the brand of router you attempt to hack. Most of the time it's just messing around with embedded linux in routers ( Sweex LB000021 for example), sometimes reverse engineering firmware (patches). A lot of routers are highly configurable if you telnet into them.
PS. English is not my mother language, sorry for any mistakes
And I know that almost 95% of internet users have default accounts on their routers!
Your english wasn't that bad. Anyway, you can leave out stuff like default passwords next time, people here know that already . Anyway, good luck.
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