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    • #45657
      n3r
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      nice !

    • #45250
      n3r
      Participant

      Congrats !

    • #45167
      n3r
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      nice review thanks !

    • #44630
      n3r
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      Hi, just my feedback about the mdsec lab.
      As i’ve bought the book 3 month ago i’ve decided for this new year to buy 5 hours of training lab.

      Right now i’ve spent only two hours in the lab and i have done the 3 first modules, Mapping the Application, Using Automation and Bypassing Client Side Controls.

      You have to read the book first because there is no explanation in the lab, only exercises, exercises and exercises…
      One negative point is that there is no answer so if you don’t find how to do it then you can’t have any advices from the lab but on the other hand it makes you working harder to find the solution.

      The 3 modules i’ve done aren’t so difficult and you can find a lot of advices in the WAHH, i don’t know if it’s gonna be the same thing for the other one.

      n3r

    • #45074
      n3r
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      Welcome here !

    • #44951
      n3r
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      I have the book, but not read it yet.
      You can download the source code, the videos and vulnerable software from the author’s website here : http://www.trapkit.de/books/bhd/en.html#videos

    • #45058
      n3r
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      Welcome and Happy New Year AMP !
      You’ll find a lot of threads here about “where to start”.
      By the way it depends also on your skills, maybe you have some knowledge in programmation (C, python..), linux skills ?

    • #44903
      n3r
      Participant

      Happy new year !!
      🙂

    • #44912
      n3r
      Participant

      Welcome John !

    • #44911
      n3r
      Participant

      I agree with Hayabusa, you can’t scan any network just to see what’s going on !  😀

      Try to crack your own network, it’s less risky for you…

    • #44886
      n3r
      Participant

      Christmas Hacking is popular, i think Kevin Mitnick hacked Tsutomu Shimomura’s computers in San Diego on Christmas Day 1994. You can find the description of the attack here : http://www.gulker.com/ra/hack/tsattack.html

    • #44894
      n3r
      Participant

      Merry Christmas and Happy new Year to all !!

    • #44795
      n3r
      Participant

      mobile version for android of course  ;D

    • #44739
      n3r
      Participant

      I prefer forum too because each post is saved and we can look at it even many years after.

    • #44551
      n3r
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      😀
      I had the same idea

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