Your question is very ‘suspicious’, as you don’t really leave much detail as to WHY you’re hacking it, and motives. Assuming you’re doing this for the proper reasons (ethical ones, as this website would imply 😉 ), you need to either scope out running services and look for vulnerabilities, there, or look for issues with the website (SQL injection, etc…)
Again, however, simply asking “how do I hack a ‘very generic server description’?” seems a bit odd to me…
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