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3. Viber မှ ဆက်သွယ်ရန် 


မာတိကာ 

စဥ် အကြောင်းအရာ စာမျက်နှာ

Chapter 1 : Frequently Asked Questions 1-7


Chapter 2 : Basic Concepts of Programming

2.1. Introduction 8

2.2. Introduction to Binary 9-12

2.3. Bitwise Operators 12-13

2.4. Hexadecimal 13-15

2.5. Introduction to Programming 15-16

2.6. C Programming Language 16-22

2.6.1. Data Types & Variables in C 22-24

2.6.2. Operators in C 25-26

2.6.3. If Statement & Switch Statement in C 26-29

2.6.4. Looping in C 29-32

2.6.5. Break & Continue in C 32-33

2.6.6. Arrays in C 34-35

2.6.7. Strings in C 36

2.6.8. User Input in C 37-38

2.6.9. Memory Addresses & Pointers in C 38-39

2.6.10. Functions in C 39-41

2.6.11. strcpy/strncpy in C 41-42

2.7. Computer Memory 43

2.7.1. RAM (Random Access Memory) 43

2.7.2. Memory Segmentation 43-44

2.7.3. Programs in Memory 45-47

2.7.4. Processors 47

2.7.5. Registers 48-49

2.8. Assembly Language Basics 49

2.8.1. Machine Language Vs Assembly Vs C 50

2.8.2. Syntax of Assembly 50-56

2.9. Introduction to GDB 56-62

Chapter 3 : Welcome to Hacking World
3.1. Are you sure to walk into Hacking World 63
3.2. How to earn by Hacking 63
3.2.1. How to earn by Black Hacking 63-64
3.2.2. How to earn by White Hacking 65-66
3.3. Types of Hackers (Vocabularies) 66-71
3.4. Studying Some Definitions 71
3.4.1. Attacks Types, Attack Mediums & Attack Vectors 71-72
3.4.2. Vulnerabilities 72-73
3.4.3. Exploits Vs Payloads 73
3.4.4. Malwares 74
3.5. Steps of Hacking 74
3.5.1. Reconnaissance (Information Gathering) 74-75
3.5.2. Scanning 75
3.5.3. Gaining Access 76
3.5.4. Maintaining Access 76-77
3.5.5. Clearing Track 77-78


Chapter 4 : Metasploit Framework Basic
4.1. Introduction 79
4.2. Definitions 79-81
4.3. Start Using Metasploit 81-88
4.4. Scanning with Metasploit 88-91
4.5. Metasploit Database 91-93
4.6. Exploiting with Metasploit 93-98


Chapter 5 : Reconnaissance
5.1. Information Gathering 99
5.2. Passive Reconnaissance 100
5.2.1. Google Hacking 101-105
5.2.2. Netcraft 105-107
5.2.3. WHOIS 107-108
5.2.4. Shodan 108-110
5.2.5. Information Gathering through DNS 110-111
5.2.6. SubDomain Bruteforcing 112
5.2.7. Querying DNS Cache 113-114
5.2.8. Passive Operating System Detection 114-119
5.2.9. Finding Emails in Passive Reconnaissance 119-123

Chapter 6 : Active Reconnaissance
6.1. Introduction 124-125
6.2. Nmap 125-129
6.2.1. Scanning with OS & Version Detection 130-132
6.3. hping3 133-136
6.4. WhatWeb 136-138
6.5. BuiltWith 138-139


Chapter 7 : Finding Vulnerabilities

7.1. Introduction 140-141

7.2. Vulnerability Scanning 141

7.3. About Vulnerability Scanners 141-144

7.4. Scanning with OpenVAS 144-147

7.5. Scanning with Nmap 147-150

7.6. Scanning with ZAP 150-153


Chapter 8 : Password Cracking

8.1. Introduction 154

8.2. History of Passwords 155

8.3. Concepts of Password Cracking 155-159

8.4. Cracking Linux Password 159-163

8.5. Cracking Windows Password 163

8.5.1. SAM 163-165

8.5.2. LM Authentication System 165

8.5.3. NTLM 165-166

8.5.4. Windows Target (Windows 7,8,10,11) 166-173

8.5.5. Cracking Hashes 173-174

8.6. Cracking Zip and RAR Passwords 175-178

8.7. Cracking PDF Passwords 178

8.8. Cracking WiFi Passwords 178-182

8.9. Using Password Lists 183

8.9.1. Password Lists in Kali 183-185

8.8.2. Crunch 185-187

8.9.3. Cewl 187-188

8.9.4. CUPP 189-192

8.10. Bruteforcing 193-197

8.11. Online Password Cracking 197

8.11.1. Medusa 198-200



Chapter 9 : Exploiting Windows System

9.1. Introduction 201-203

9.2. Attacking Windows 7 Machine 203-207

9.3. About Eternalblue Vulnerability 207-208

9.4. Exploiting with Metasploit 208-209

9.5. Getting Shell Without Exploiting 210

9.5.1. LLMNR & NBNS 210-213

9.5.2. About NTLM Authentication 213-217

9.5.3. Responder 217-223

9.6. Exploiting with Metasploit Framework 223

9.6.1. Creating Payloads using msfvenom 223-225

9.6.2. Encoding Payloads using msfvenom 225-227

9.6.1. Embedding Payloads in Files 227-228

9.7. Exploiting with Hoaxshell 228-231

9.8. Exploiting with Havoc Framework 231-233

9.9. Exploiting with Villain 233-237

9.10. Exploiting with Veil 237-244


Chapter 10 : Testing With Metasploitable3 (Windows)

10.1. Introduction 245

10.1.1. Setting Up Metasploitable3 (Windows) Machine 245-247

10.2. Attacking Metasploitable3 Machine 247-252

10.3. Eternalblue Exploit 252

10.4. Bruteforcing FTP Server 253-255

10.5. IIS Directory Traversal 255-258

10.6. IIS FTP DoS 258-260

10.7. Attacking SSH Service 260-263

10.8. Attacking Web Service 263-266

10.9. Exploiting UDP Port 137 266-269

10.10. Exploiting UDP Port 161 269-275

10.11. Exploiting SMB 275-281

10.12. Exploiting RMI 281-282

10.13. Exploiting MySQL 283-289

10.14. Exploiting RDP 289-292

10.15. Exploiting Oracle GlassFish 292-297

10.16. Exploiting Windows Remote Management Service 298-301

10.17. Exploiting Tomcat Server 302-309

10.18. Exploiting Port 8020 309-311

10.19. Exploiting Port 8585 311-319

10.20. Exploiting Wordpress 319-330

10.21. Exploiting Jenkins 330-340



Chapter 11 : Sniffing & Spoofing

11.1. Introduction 341-342

11.2. Definitions 342

11.2.1. What is Sniffing 342-343

11.2.2. What is Spoofing 342-345

11.3. About Carnivore 346

11.4. Promiscuous Mode 346

11.5. TCPDump 347-350

11.6. Wireshark 350-363



Chapter 12 : Post Exploitation (Windows)

12.1. Introduction 364-366

12.2. Post-Exploitation in MSF 366-370

12.3. Windows Password Phishing 370-373

12.4. System Enumeration After Attack 373-375

12.5. User Enumeration After Attack 376-377

12.6. Network Enumeration After Attack 378-380

12.7. Password Hunting After Attack 380-385

12.8. Antivirus Enumeration 386-389

12.9. Using Automated Tools 389-393

12.10. Kernel Exploits 393-396

12.10.1. Privilege Escalation with Metasploit 396-400

12.10.2. Privilege Escalation Via Shell Access 400-408

12.11. Making Persistence 408-409

12.11.1. Persistence Via Meterpreter 409-411

12.11.2. Persistence Via New User 411-412

12.11.3. Persistence Via RDP 412-414

12.11.4. Using Veil for Persistence 414-418

12.11.5. Using Shellter 418-423

Chapter 13 : Exploiting Linux Systems

13.1. Introduction 424-424

13.2. Exploiting FTP Server 425-431

13.3. Exploiting SSH Service 431-433

13.4. Exploiting Drupal Web Framework 434-437

13.4.1. Exploiting Payroll Application 437-439

13.4.2. Exploiting phpMyAdmin 439-441

13.5. Enumerating NetBIOS 442-444

13.6. Exploiting SMB Service 445-449

13.7. Exploiting Ruby on Rails 449-456


Chapter 14 : Post-Exploitation (Linux)    

14.1. Introduction 457-457

14.2. System Enumeration After Attack 457-460

14.3. User Enumeration After Attack 460-463

14.4. Network Enumeration After Attack 463-466

14.5. Password Hunting 466-468

14.6. Enumerating Using Automated Tools 468-475

14.7. Escalation Path: Kernel Exploits 475-478

14.8. Escalation Path: Passwords & File Permissions 479-482

14.9. Escalation Path: Sudo 482-489

14.10. Escalation Path: SUID (Env Variables) 490-495

14.11. Escalation Path: Capabilities 496-497

14.12. Escalation Path: Scheduled Tasks 497-501



Chapter 15 : Web Hacking Background Knowledge

15.1. Introduction 502-502

15.2. Web Servers 502-504

15.3. Web Clients 504-505

15.4. HTTP Vs HTTPS 505-506

15.5. HTTP Methods or HTTP Verbs 506-508

15.6. Web Server Fingerprinting 509-509

15.6.1. Web Server Fingerprinting With NetCat 509-511

15.7. Directories & Files Enumeration 511-512

15.7.1. Directory BruteForcing With DirBuster 513-518

15.7.2. Directory BruteForcing With Dirb 518-522

15.8. OWASP 522-523

15.8.1. OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities 523-524



Chapter 16 : Learning To OWASP Top 10

16.1. Introduction 525

16.2. Brocken Access Control 525-532

16.3. Cryptographic Failure 532-535

16.4. Injection 536

16.5. Insecure Design 537-538

16.6. Security Misconfiguration 539

16.7. Vulnerable & Outdated Components 540-541

16.8. Identification & Authentication Failure 541-543

16.9. Software & Data Integrity 543

16.10. Security Logging & Monitoring Failure 544

16.11. Server Side Request Forgery 544


Chapter 17 : SQL Injection

17.1. Introduction To Database 545

17.2. Introduction To MySQL 545-546

17.3. MySQL Basics 546-555

17.4. Using AiO Labs V5 555-557

17.5. What Is SQL Injection 558

17.6. Understanding The Working Flow Of Apps 559-561

17.7. Breaking Original Query 561-562

17.8. Fixing Errors 562-564

17.9. Finding Columns 564-566

17.10. Finding Vulnerable Columns 567-569

17.11. Finding Table Names 569-574

17.12. Finding Column Names 574-575

17.13. Dumping Credentials From Database 575

17.14. Error Based SQL Injection (GET) 576-578

17.15. Error Based SQL Injection (POST) 578-582

17.16. Blind Injection (GET) 583-592

17.17. Blind Injection (POST) 593-595

17.18. Dumping Into OutFiles 595-598

17.19. Header Injection 598-603

17.20. Cookie Injection 603-605

17.21. Bypassing Filters 606-607

17.22. Bypassing Web App Firewalls 608-612

17.23. SQL Injection Test In DVWA (Low, Medium, High) 612-614

17.24. SQL Injection With SQL Map 615-617



Chapter 18 : Other Injection Attacks 

18.1. Introduction 618

18.2. Command Injection 618-622

18.3. Cross Site Scripting (XSS) 623

18.3.1. Reflected XSS 623-625

18.3.1.A. Redirecting To Malicious Web Pages 625-626

18.3.1.B. Setting A Trap For Victim 626-632

18.3.1.C. Cookie Stealing 632-634

18.3.1.D. Bypassing Obstacles  634-637

18.3.2. Stored XSS 637-639

18.3.3. DOM XSS 640-647

18.4. XML/XPath Injection 647-652

18.5. XML External Entities (XXE) 653-658

18.6. Server-Side Template Injection (SSTI) 658-664

18.7. Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) Injection 664-665



Chapter 19 : Other Web Attacks 

19.1. Introduction 666

19.2. Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attack 667-671

19.3. Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) Attack 672-677

19.4. File Upload Vulnerability 678-686

19.5. Remote Code Execution (RCE) 687-689

19.6. File Inclusion (LFI & RFI) 690-694

19.7. JavaScript Attack 695-700

19.8. Authentication Attacks 700

19.8.1. Login BruteForce 700-703

19.8.2. Weak 2FA Bypass 704-705

19.8.3. Bypass Password Reset Broken Logic 705-706


Chapter 20 : Conclusion  

20.1. Introduction 707

20.2. Social Engineering 707-708

20.3. Preparing For WAN Attacks 709-711

20.4. Continuous Learning 712-713

20.5. Building A Strong Community 713-714

20.6. Final Thoughts 714-715

20.7. References 716








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