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Posted on 17-08-08 05:42
I am interested in learning Rooting. But I am confused as where
to start learning. What kind of languages would one want to
know if they are interested in Rooting? Also if anyone has any good
articles on Rooting or other reading material related to Rooting it
would be much appreciated if you shared.

Thanks skathgh420

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Posted on 17-08-08 06:06
MS-Dos
Unix
FTP
bruteforce
bufferoverflow
tcp ports and services
Telnet
NMap
password files
Lm hashes
logs


this should get you rolling



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Posted on 17-08-08 06:25
Damn I have pretty good understanding of most of the things you mentioned....

MS-Dos
FTP
brute forcing
tcp ports and services
Telnet
NMap
logs
password files

I will get to reading up on the others, but I am still looking for articles/reads on rooting and how it's done and different ways to go about doing it. Basically anything about rooting I am quite a stranger to it but very willing to learn. And now that DeafCode has made me feel confident in my knowledge Wink I am very eager to begin learning. Any and all suggestions are welcome Grin


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Posted on 17-08-08 08:04
yeah I'm stuck on this too, I mean I know the things mentioned above, but when it comes to actual exploiting I've virtually no knowledge


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alot of people assume that forwarding the telnet allows you to use the service but this is not the case in windows



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Posted on 17-08-08 08:24
skathgh420 said:
Damn I have pretty good understanding of most of the things you mentioned....

MS-Dos
FTP
brute forcing
tcp ports and services
Telnet
NMap
logs
password files


You have a good understanding of tcp ports and services. huh? As a matter of interest, how many RFCs have you read? Also, you listed a lot of the subjects that deafcode mentioned, but did not include Unix and buffer over-flow. Do you know how big those two subjects are all on their lonesome?!

clone4 said:
yeah I'm stuck on this too, I mean I know the things mentioned above, but when it comes to actual exploiting I've virtually no knowledge

Ya riiiiiight. I am sure. -_-




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clone4 said:
yeah I'm stuck on this too, I mean I know the things mentioned above, but when it comes to actual exploiting I've virtually no knowledge

Ya riiiiiight. I am sure. -_-


I did not say in what depth Wink I just said I have 'some' knowledge of them with no specifics. If I said I know all these things really well, I guess it would be different. So yeah, you can be sure Wink


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Posted on 17-08-08 09:52
www.pulltheplug.org -
A great site with different challenges that involve socket programing, linux in general, buffer overflows, network challenges etc.


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Posted on 17-08-08 14:49
Heres everything i got on Rooting . I hope this helps .

Code
Rooting in general :
http://hacking.3xforum.ro/post/289/1/Rooting_a_Windows_Machine/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Footprinting
http://web.textfiles.com/hacking/footprinting.txt




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Footprinting :
http://www.hackinthebox.org/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=5359&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0
http://wiki.novell.com/index.php/Networksecuritytools
http://www.hackinthebox.org/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=18753&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0
http://www.infosecwriters.com/text_resources/pdf/Footprinting.pdf
http://icsd.i2r.a-star.edu.sg/staff/sethome/pdf/010.pdf




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Enumeration :
http://www.vulnerabilityassessment.co.uk/enum.htm
http://nmap.org/book/osdetect.html
http://nmap.org/nmap-fingerprinting-article.txt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passive_OS_Fingerprinting
http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/passive-os-fingerprinting





I think TCP/IP is number one thing to learn for this . Learning how packets are sent and received . Manipulating that communication
to get the receiving machine to accept your packets .
So understanding in depth how the OSI model / layers operate .

http://www.webopedia.com/quick_ref/OSI_Layers.asp

I read every last bit of info in every link above and i have many more .
You can PM me if you feel like it . Ill help where i can . Peace .

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Posted on 17-08-08 17:17
Wow thank you so much Neqtan and all of you that replied I am going to start reading as much as I can Grin


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Posted on 17-08-08 19:01
SwartMumba wrote:
skathgh420 said:
Damn I have pretty good understanding of most of the things you mentioned....

MS-Dos
FTP
brute forcing
tcp ports and services
Telnet
NMap
logs
password files


You have a good understanding of tcp ports and services. huh? As a matter of interest, how many RFCs have you read? Also, you listed a lot of the subjects that deafcode mentioned, but did not include Unix and buffer over-flow. Do you know how big those two subjects are all on their lonesome?!

clone4 said:
yeah I'm stuck on this too, I mean I know the things mentioned above, but when it comes to actual exploiting I've virtually no knowledge

Ya riiiiiight. I am sure. -_-


Were you aware that python.com is a porn site?? :right:


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Are you aware of how many times I get asked that question? xD


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Posted on 17-08-08 21:23
Uh.. you should get a good understanding of network intrusion to get your foot in the door, so to speak.

Also, you definitely need to research the following:

- C Programming
- Different architectures
- ASM (not 100 percent necessary but will help a LOT)
- Debugging tools
- Different types of exploitation.. BoFs (stack/heap based), Format strings, other common programming errors..

Some great sites to put your knowledge to use are:

- SmashTheStack.org
- Intruded.net
- PullThePlug.org
- Hack3r.com / RootHack
- RootThisBox.org (Now known as RootTheBox)

I personally found that SmashTheStack & Intruded had the best communities and the people are great to chat with.

Good luck


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wow great resources. thanks everyone.


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Re-using this thread...


Does anyone know a PC version/similar piece of software for AGnet Tools? AGnet Tools is for the mac but I want to know if there is an equivalent for PC.


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