Teach me Chain-Hack! pls!

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Teach me Chain-Hack! pls!

Post by -Th3V01d- on Sun Jan 15, 2012 8:29 am
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Hi,

I want to learn Chain-Hack with telnet, i need to connect to one server, and then i need to use that server to connect to another... but how can i do that?? please HELP! :shock:
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Re: Teach me Chain-Hack! pls!

Post by pretentious on Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:00 am
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-Th3V01d- wrote:please HELP! :shock:

Aaahhh :o are you in a hurry?
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Re: Teach me Chain-Hack! pls!

Post by centip3de on Tue Jan 17, 2012 1:24 am
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-Th3V01d- wrote:Hi,

I want to learn Chain-Hack with telnet, i need to connect to one server, and then i need to use that server to connect to another... but how can i do that?? please HELP! :shock:


Hmmm.... No. Even if you do have a telnet port open, you can't do anything with it. People seem to have this crazy idea that if you can connect to a server you can hack it, even if it's with only telnet.
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But, back to the question at hand, no. I feel like you saw this and took it as a real thing...
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Re: Teach me Chain-Hack! pls!

Post by -Th3V01d- on Tue Jan 17, 2012 4:36 am
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so chain-hack is only a lie??
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Re: Teach me Chain-Hack! pls!

Post by pretentious on Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:51 am
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It isn't possible? What if the server was running a really old version or something? Surely you could *adding fancy words to sound credible* exploit a buffer overflow vulnerability in an outdated service for privilege escalation?
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Re: Teach me Chain-Hack! pls!

Post by DegreesKelvin on Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:04 pm
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To my opinion chain hacking is over dramatized by movies and TV.
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Re: Teach me Chain-Hack! pls!

Post by centip3de on Tue Jan 17, 2012 1:41 pm
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-Th3V01d- wrote:so chain-hack is only a lie??


No, not necessarily. Using telnet for anything practical is, however. Telnet is like a very, very, very crappy version of SSH. Once connected to a computer or server you can issue commands much like you would during SSH, but there is no "HACKMEHDOOOOOD" command that the OP is looking for. I would suggest to the OP that you read this.

But, what you call a "chain-hack" _is_ possible, but it'd be amazingly impractical. Why would you want to connect to one client, then hack another client from that client? You would have to download all of your tools on the original clients computer, and then try your best to hack someone else over an Internet connection which would lag the shit out of you. Also, what would happen if one of the clients along the line just turned off their computer and walked away? Lastly, why would you want to do this? Are you out for world domination? If you have no reason to hack somebody, don't do it.

Also, everything on elitehackers.com is a joke.

pretentious wrote:It isn't possible? What if the server was running a really old version or something? Surely you could *adding fancy words to sound credible* exploit a buffer overflow vulnerability in an outdated service for privilege escalation?


Like I said above, it is possible, but amazingly impractical and stupid. You could do exactly what you said right there, but what would be the point?

DegreesKelvin wrote:To my opinion chain hacking is over dramatized by movies and TV.


I've never seen this 'chain-hacking' in anything besides elitehackers.com
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Re: Teach me Chain-Hack! pls!

Post by mShred on Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:14 pm
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