0phoi5 Posted June 16, 2016 Share Posted June 16, 2016 (edited) Hi all, I'm currently enjoying trying to hack in to my Windows 10 machine. I am able to get a local meterpreter session using it's internal IP address (example 192.168.0.20) when connected to the same WiFi/Internet Hub from my hacking box. However, I now wish to test attacking it externally, not from the same LAN. Bearing in mind that I am already in the Windows machine using the internal IP, how could I gather the machine's external IP so that I could then go away and hack it from elsewhere (i.e; not on the same LAN). Not using whatsmyip.com or anything like that, we're talking command-line. OR, would it be easier for an attacker to leave something on the Windows machine to connect to? Edited June 16, 2016 by haze1434 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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