Exploit tutorial for beginners - Exploring useful tools in BackBox Linux 3

Started by sinflooddotnet, May 20, 2013, 12:40:37 AM

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Hi guys,

I wrote a simple exploit tutorial using BackBox Linux 3.


I hope it's useful to some of you who want to get to know the concepts and tools involved.

Best regards,


Great job ..i think you have just made 1st part of BackBox Cookbook :)

Thanks !

Don't ask, read : http://wiki.backbox.org
or just run sudo rm -rf /*


Thanks a lot sinflooddotnet!
Really well explained... nice one!  ;)
bool secure = check_paranoia() ? true : false;


It was a lot more work than I expected but I'm happy about the result.

Thanks guys! I really appreciate your comments  :)


This is an excellent article, well worth the read. I'd recommend it to anyone seeking knowledge.


Quote from: XxsithlordxX on May 28, 2013, 06:03:36 PM
This is an excellent article, well worth the read. I'd recommend it to anyone seeking knowledge.
Thanks! In case you know others that might like it, please spread the word.


Great job I'm going to go over it tonight...

Thanks for the info
WiFi security and pentesters training.  Great Forum For n00bs and advance users.



this is a Great work, not other words.  ;)

Clear, direct and nice to read. It is one of the very few time that a tutorial is so clear-cut and accurate.

Please, keep doing this, that is what is needed to understand how to use some of the tools;  I was finally able to start properly my OpenVAS !!

Tx again.


I'm happy you made some progress with OpenVAS! don't forget to sign up for the mailing list: http://www.openvas.org/mail.html


Hi, thanks for your tutorial, I'm a teacher and I plan to use your document a an example of exploit...

Great Job !


Hi pgremaud,

I'm really glad to hear this. This is exactly my intention. Let me know how it works out! BB 3.09 might be a little different, but not much different.

Good luck! :)