Basics of Firewall & Configuration of IPTABLES
A Firewall is an intermediary network security system between the Internet and the Device which filters (incoming & outgoing network traffic) and controls the traffic with a set of predetermined rules. …
A Squid Proxy Server is a feature rich web server application that provides both reverse proxy services and caching options for websites. This provides a noticeable speedup of sites and allows for reduced load times when being utilized.
Squids reverse proxy is a service that sits between the Internet and…
Let’s create a HTTP Server with SSL encryption and host multiple domains with the same IP Address.
Install the HTTP service daemon.
$ yum install -y httpd
$ yum repolist
Start the HTTP service & Check the status.
$ systemctl start httpd
$ systemctl status httpd
NFS stands for Network File System. It is a distributed file system protocol which allows a user on a client machine to access files over a network. To access data stored on another machine (i.e., the Server), the server would install and run the NFS daemon process to make it…
Hugo Blog is Easy. Let’s dive in!
Let’s get straight to the action.
Welcome to my non-Non-Sense Basic Pentesting: V1 Boot2Root Walkthrough.
Attacker & Victim Network: 192.168.2.0/24
Network Mode: Bridged
$ nmap -p- -T4 -A -v 192.168.2.0/24
Initiating SYN Stealth Scan at 09:55
Scanning 4 hosts [65535 ports/host]
Discovered open port 22/tcp on 192.168.2.7
Discovered open port 80/tcp on 192.168.2.7
Security is “the quality or state of being free from danger”. In this context, building protection from internal or external threats or adversaries. A successful organization should have the following multiple layers of security in place to protect its operations without causing hindrances to production, functionality & business.
OverTheWire — Bandit has been around for a long time and has become a Go-To spot for many enthusiasts beginning with CTFs. This is a non-Non-Sense guide that helps you through the levels of Bandit from 0–33. The Flags of the levels are mentioned in the last. It’s a guide…