DE ice level 1 questions

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    • #4359

      Ok i have started reading books. I own the CEH 6th edtion review guide. I have my virtual lab set up with bt3 and deice 1. I have found user name for interns remote login via ssh. Just not his password. This is where i could use the help. Im completly new at this. I just need to be lead the way a lil bit. Maybe hold my hand while i cross the street for the first time sorta thing. Then once im across. i will learn from there..



    • #27577

      To crack the password of the users you need back track 2, back track 2 has a password list that you have to uncompress and use that for dictionary attack, others back tracks version does not have that password.

      Check the forum for more information.

    • #27578

      The forum has everything you need to walk through disk 1 including a complete walk through.  I recommend only going there after you have tried everything possible for at least a couple of weeks.  You wont learn much if you just look at the answers so try and resist the temptation.  You are on the right track so now focus on cracking passwords. Google everything you can on that subject. Also remember that some users take their own name and add a few things to it make a password so you might want to create a short password list of your own.

    • #27579

      There are a ton of wordlists all over the web.  Just Google “wordlist.”  

      LT, you have the username, now you need the password.   You can use a tool to brute-force / dict attack the SSH daemon.   You can also write your own tool using Perl and the Net::SSH::Perl library.   There are also a few SSH vulnerabilities, one particularly juicy one, that you can exploit.  A Google search will reveal these.  

      Take your time, Google, research, and really understand what you are trying to accomplish.  

    • #27580

      LOL, awesome. thanx for the info. i plan on taking a few weeks for level 1

    • #27581

      You can try vulnerabilities but I am 100% that will not find any I spent 1 week testing differents vulnerabilities and I could not find any because the Idea of this live cd is teach how to find misconfigurations or low security practices like password that you can ahck using diccionaries attack.

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