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  1. Laptops for pentesting?

    So I want to get into a career of pen-testing I just want to know some ideas of os (going to be kali) and laptops. thx, cameron
  2. Advice

    I recent got a Pineapple NANO, just got the SD card and so far the device seems to be working. What I wanted to ask the group, I have to do a demonstration to a group of IT Directors on hacking and some of the tricks Pen Testers use. Any suggestions on what modules look the most impressive and are demonstrable in front of group. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I link to any tutorials you think I should look over would also be appreciated. Thanks
  3. XSS Help

    Hello team, I'm new here as I am new to Penetration testing, my next challenge is to perform proper pen-testing on a Win XP SP2 and a CentOS (WebApp) server, I successfully finished with the Win XP in all aspects as for the CentOS I managed to inject SQL (asd' OR 1=1 OR 'a'='a) into the login form and get basic information but that was it, I tried using scripts (<script>alert(1);</script>) but nothing worked, nessus scan showed it's XSS vulnerable. I guess my main point is how further can I dig into the target and how? Cheers
  4. My linux mint on virtual box

    I just installed virtual box and im running linux mint 18.1. Can you explain how i would attack my own VM on my system?
  5. Looking for hackers

    Hello there, I am looking for hackers to test our tools. Basically our tools are used for static analysis in source code and binaries. We want to make our tools the most accurate so we need users to report false positives. If you're intrested you can contact me through twitter and or email. https://twitter.com/q_analysis_ https://q-analysis.com/ support@q-analysis.com If you do accept this offer you will have free access to our tools for a year. Thanks !!!
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