Tentra wrote:First off this should probably be moved to Malware or Networking.
Lets say I want to attack hackthissite.org. First I would do an Nmap scan of the target, from that I learn the server is running Apache 2.0 on port 80. So I go to milw0rm and search "Apache". Now I find an exploit that fits the version, such as Apache 2.0.52 Multiple Space Header DoS (Perl Code). Now I just run that script with the appropriate parameters and the target is DoS'd.
There are many known exploits for various pieces of software if just search around.
The fact that you are behind a router doesn't affect things much. If you have a daemon running that is bound to a port your going to make sure your router isn't blocking that port. If it was having that daemon run would just be pointless.
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