Cool_Fire wrote:So basically you're saying you want to learn how to doubleclick hydra (and subsequently find out that brute forcing is almost always a giant waste of time since it's almost always caught and mitigated within a few attempts)?
ApertureScience wrote:Not really hydra.
ApertureScience wrote:I'm looking for something simple. I saw videos of simple password cracking and it actually worked. But I seem to be getting downloads that are either corrupt,missing files,or something. I need to get a password cracking program.
Cool_Fire wrote:Probably still your best bet for a brute forcing program.
CoolFire wrote:Sounds questionable. Any chance you can still find these videos so we can have a look?
CoolFire wrote:This only ever worked when the website has the most pointless and useless excuse for authentication ever. On the bright side, if you find a website that still implements passwords that poorly the same tricks do still apply.
ApertureScience wrote:Let's gather up a group of good hackers you know can help me. I'll come up with a plan,and we get ready. Do you think we can do that? Also,there's another site I want to hack now. I want to hack the pixelexit website.
Cool_Fire wrote:Practically this means you need to use the admins machine as a proxy. Or at least a machine that's NAT'ed trough the same gateway.
But if you're attacking an admins machine, chances are that being able to use it as a proxy is a minor side-convenience. You would likely be able to keylog/cookie steal your way into the application fairly easily from that point.
However, I have a problem with the reasoning that "they won't even notice that they were hacked." You seem to be saying that the only possible way they can notice a hack going on is by seeing administrative logins from an unknown IP address. In reality they could use a plethora of intrusion and/or anomaly detection techniques to detect such behavior.
ApertureScience wrote:I would get on there and crack the admin's password
ApertureScience wrote:so I can transfer the admin privileges and usergroup onto my account and drain them out of the original admin's account and the mutiny will begin over the xenforo community!
Cool_Fire wrote:ApertureScience wrote:I would get on there and crack the admin's password
You make it sound so easy. Chances are there's mitigation on doing online attacks, making it take years to get a password.
Cool_Fire wrote:ApertureScience wrote:so I can transfer the admin privileges and usergroup onto my account and drain them out of the original admin's account and the mutiny will begin over the xenforo community!
Not sure how mutiny will help you. But odds are they'll notice straight away and reverse the transaction or just restore a backup.
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