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Hi Folks Just wonder if it would be possible to redirect all the host traffic to apache server running on bunny. I have installed apache and can browse it from host. I enabled port forwarding: echo "1" > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward and added following iptables rules: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -j DNAT --to-destination 172.16.64.1:80 iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -j MASQUERADE Please excuse if I am doing something silly. I am a newbie. regards, Mike
Hello guys, So with the latest kali linux/backbox i have one huge problem with the SET toolkit for example When i cloned my website and the set toolkit is running it says apache is set to - everything will be placed in your web root directory of apache. Files wil lbe written out to the root directory of apache All files are within your apache directory since you spefied it to on Apache maybe not runiing do you want set to start the process [y/n] So i strungle with this alot because i dont want to have my harvester logs in the apache web root folder i just want it to be displayed in the terminal like in kali 1.0.6 or something without all this apache crap :( I hope some of u know the solution for this problem :) Thank you,
Hi All, Wonder if anyone could help me please? I am currently trying to create a Web Attack Vector using SET Tools for setting up, but would like the reverse handle to respond within Armitage instead of Metasploit within SET Tools. The reason i would like the attack to appear in Armitage is because of its GUI and screen shots for my reports look better than a terminal shell. I have attempted to do so using Apache to host the spoofed site and have Armitage running the exploit and listener. But not sure how to bind the exploit to the Apache page. If anyone could point me in the right direction to do either of the above that would be a great help. Thanks Gary
Hello, I've looked these forums for answers but didn't find anything so decided to post a new thread. Here it goes. I'm looking to set up a Apache webserver (for me at home) that is completely redundant (through high-availability, load-balancing or just mirroring) For me, the ideal situation would be to have a virtual machine with Ubuntu 12.10 running Apache 2 and having a second virtual machine who is the exact copy of the first. Modifications made to one, are also made to the second, so if the first one goes down, the second one picks up immediately. (for this mirror synchronization, you will probably recommend rsync but i'm open to other suggestions too). I have googled this for hours and found a lot of info, but nothing really concrete (howtoforge has some nice tutorials, but for Ubuntu 8.04 or so with outdated tools). I did found http://www.howtoforge.com/installing-a-web-email-and-mysql-database-cluster-on-debian-6.0-with-ispconfig-3 and haven't tried it out honestly. Any of you had any experience with that? Basically, my questions are: - What do you recommend as web cluster? - How do web hosting companies do it? What kind of tools do they use to assure high availability? Thanks