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Cách hack host FTP

Xin giới thiệu một cách hack host FTPTui tung ra 2 host FTP lớn như vậy mà hình như ko ai thấy giá trị của nó thì phải!? Buồn thật đó. Hnay tui chỉ cho bạn cách hack cực đơn giản, hiệu quả 75%. Mà cụ thể với cách này, tui đã chui vào được 2 host FTP đã đăngCông cụ:- ShadowScan (Một công cụ đa năng tuyệt vời cho hackers)- WS_FTP ProThực hiện:1. Vào...

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Hacking sử dụng Metasploit Framework

Như chúng ta đã biết, muốn khai thác hệ thống để phá hoại cần phải đáp ứng được một số tiêu chuẩn nhất định. Bạn có thể gọi nó là hàng loạt vấn đề cũng được. Liệu dịch vụ có lỗ hổng hay không, liệu nó có bộc lộ ở web hay không, và liệu…. Bạn sẽ phải vẽ ra một bức tranh cụ thể cho mình. Những hoạt động thực tiễn...

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Microsoft Drop Conditional Comments in IE10

Microsoft added many features to Internet Explorer over the years. Several revolutionized the web forever (XMLHttpRequest, the DOM, XML tools, font embedding, browser add-ons). Some never caught on. Some were truly awful. The team intends to remove several of the less-successful legacy features in IE10 (perhaps they read #7 in 10 Ways Microsoft Could Make Us Love IE Again?) I suspect you’ve never coded XML Data Islands and...

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The Folly of Charging by Bandwidth

Back in 1992, I was part of a small team of students at Trinity College that helped build what turned out to be one of the first, if not the first, online-only magazines. It was an evolution of an email newsletter, the brain child of Peter Adams and Paul Tesco, called the Trincoll Journal. I remember the heated discussions over whether we should use HTML or another new standard we were pitched by a company called Adobe: PDF....

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The Folly of Charging by Bandwidth

Back in 1992, I was part of a small team of students at Trinity College that helped build what turned out to be one of the first, if not the first, online-only magazines. It was an evolution of an email newsletter, the brain child of Peter Adams and Paul Tesco, called the Trincoll Journal. I remember the heated discussions over whether we should use HTML or another new standard we were pitched by a company called Adobe: PDF....

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The 10 Commandments of SEO - Part 1

10 Commandments of SEO All too often, internal marketing teams or “the tech guys” at any given company think they know exactly what’s best for a website’s SEO strategy. This developer mindset is based on a view that’s considered programmatically correct. It’s quite often the way things have always been done, and continue to be done; “search” is given little value, as it’s attributed...