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Hacking into A Computer Using the Router’s DM

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by SnEafer, May 5, 2009.

  1. SnEafer

    SnEafer Senior Member

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    I receaved many requests asking me how to do stuff so i think is best if i post them here and everyone could ***faidika*** on it.

    Today i'll post about taking full control of a system.

    Hacking can be difficult and there are many different ways to hack and many different exploits to use. Hacking is neither defined nor limited by exploitation or exploration. Hacking into someone else's system may be illegal, so don't do it unless you are sure you have permission from the owner of the system you are trying to hack.

    Hacking was primarily used for learning new things about systems and computing in general, 'in the good ol' days'. In recent years it has taken dark connotations and in general has been looked down upon. Likewise, many corporations now employ "hackers" to test the strengths and weaknesses of their own systems. These hackers know when to stop, and it is the positive trust they have built that earn them large salaries.

    I'll talk about Hacking into A Computer Using the Router’s DM
    *** many people don't know this ***

    If you have access to the router, ultimately you have access to *ANY* computer on the network.

    First off, let’s learn about the DMZ. DMZ stands for “Demilitarized Zone”. Basically, every router let’s you add an IP address to this DMZ, leaving the computer that has the the IP *WIDE OPEN* to the internet, meaning the firewall is off, all ports are open, etc.

    So what do you do, once you hack into the router’s admin page, and add a computer into the DMZ? You attack the hell out of the computer! We’ll hope that the computer has no software firewall, and just a the router as a hardware firewall, because if it has a software firewall, it’s going to be a lot harder.

    Now, here’s the tricky part: Getting access to the box. If you are *ON* the network (not remotely) that the router is on, you could simply plug the IP address into windows explorer (ie: \\192.168.0.101\) and look for shared directories. Most likely their will be at least one share on the computer. Their is also an administrator share on ALL win2000/XP boxes located at “\\IP_Address\c$\).

    If we want full access to the computer, we’ll probably want to find some open ports on the computer and look for running services, such as FTP, Telnet, an HTTP web server, Remote Desktop, etc. Use your favorite port scanner to do this; if you find open ports, go ahead and brute force your way into these services. TelNet would be the best, basically giving you full access to the box.

    Of course, you could always search the box for vulnerabilities/exploits using your favorite scanners, such as nessus, etc.

    if you want to learn more ***Do your homework***

    goodluck
     
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