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Re: Concept of learning one thing at a time?

I have a book on Nmap Scanning. It tells you everything you need to know about Nmap. I have the book for reference, because I know that 90% of the time I can get away with a "nmap -sS -O" scan to get what I want. It's lazy, but so are the people who set up servers. Previously you bit my he...
by Jbraithwaite
on Fri Apr 29, 2016 2:58 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: Concept of learning one thing at a time?
Comments: 9
Views: 11702

Re: how can I improve my posting?

See to be honest ghosthead you're still doing it. Despite being told you post too much you're off away on one again posting new topics before any of your old posts have been answered. It's almost like you're running into every room in the house asking questions and there's no one there to answer bac...
by Jbraithwaite
on Tue Apr 26, 2016 1:58 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: how can I improve my posting?
Comments: 6
Views: 8148

Re: Concept of learning one thing at a time?

Learning subjects on their own is not bad, learning loads of things at once is suicide. The best way is to learn how all these things tie in. What happens when you send a request to a web server? What's actually happening in a 3 way handshake? How do different types of protocols work and how is it u...
by Jbraithwaite
on Mon Apr 25, 2016 1:46 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: Concept of learning one thing at a time?
Comments: 9
Views: 11702

Re: next step in mapping home network

Everyones home router is going to throw up various different results. It's about crafting the packets in nmap to get what you want if you know what's there. There's different types of scans to do certain things in nmap. Also different speeds in which to do stuff. For instance you used `nmap -sS -A`P...
by Jbraithwaite
on Mon Apr 25, 2016 1:40 am
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: next step in mapping home network
Comments: 4
Views: 15892

Re: Please ask questions ONLY in this topic.

You need to think of a site like a folder structure. That's all a site is on a web server. If you were in a certain folder in Linux and you wanted to move something to another folder without using the paths to the folder how would you do it? When you click a link, or use a resource on a site you're ...
by Jbraithwaite
on Tue Apr 19, 2016 2:52 am
 
Forum: (Real 3) Peace Poetry: HACKED
Topic: Please ask questions ONLY in this topic.
Comments: 666
Views: 739573

Re: Linux and Kali Linux

Linux is useful. It has things that a Windows PC doesn't, however, a Windows PC also has things that Linux doesn't too. You don't need Kali specifically to do stuff. I use a Raspberry Pi sometimes. Much like playing Battlefront on the Xbox. Each level and game requires a different blaster and star c...
by Jbraithwaite
on Mon Apr 18, 2016 1:44 am
 
Forum: Operating Systems
Topic: Linux and Kali Linux
Comments: 3
Views: 15638

Re: how can I improve my posting?

Don't take this the wrong way dude but you kind of post a lot, and I mean A LOT. Most of the stuff you ask can be found on Google searches and with a bit of work on your end. Sometimes I get the impression that you are seeking validation for the stages of study you are at. The hacking journey is rea...
by Jbraithwaite
on Fri Apr 15, 2016 2:34 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: how can I improve my posting?
Comments: 6
Views: 8148

Re: Need help hacking **blah**

You can't just come in, throw a condom on the table and expect to use it. Those kind of girls don't work here.
by Jbraithwaite
on Mon Apr 11, 2016 5:41 am
 
Forum: Graveyard
Topic: Need help hacking **blah**
Comments: 4
Views: 16266

Re: The browser hacker's handbook

The sites admins always keep everyones ear to the ground with regards to CTF's I had a lot of fun and experienced gained on the last one.
by Jbraithwaite
on Wed Apr 06, 2016 3:52 pm
 
Forum: Books
Topic: The browser hacker's handbook
Comments: 6
Views: 17074

Re: The browser hacker's handbook

It's hard to gauge what stage some is at I guess. I see you're past that glazing point all books go over. The 'Hello World' part if you will. One of the realistic challenges uses SQLi in a good way and makes you think a lot about it. If you really want to go nuts then give this a try. http://ctf.inf...
by Jbraithwaite
on Wed Apr 06, 2016 3:16 pm
 
Forum: Books
Topic: The browser hacker's handbook
Comments: 6
Views: 17074
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