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Показват се публикации от 2017



Set Up an L2TP_IPsec VPN Server on Debian

Thanks for that you thank me for the work I do, for all of you which are ungrateful and calling yourself hackers or IT specialists. You should be glad that someone shares their work. And his researchings just like that for free, just say thanks, this is not so hard, that's all.



ProtonVPN-use-OpenVPN-client-kali linux

Kali Linux 2017.3 Release

firefox58_linux - exploit 0 days-by-nu11secur1ty

Install_Firefox58_on _Kali-Linux-2017

Installation 1. cd Desktop/ 2. wget https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/58.0b4/linux-x86_64/en-US/firefox-58.0b4.tar.bz2 3. tar -xvf firefox-58.0b4.tar.bz2 4. mv firefox /opt/ 5. apt install alacarte Use "main menu" to setup firefox location for start NOTE: Warning, save your all sessions and bookmarks before installation! Have fun =)


file systems & inode

ext4 inodes

Transfer services and protocols


WPA2 Key Reinstallation AttaCK or KRACK attack

Kali Linux Revealed

Kali Linux - Revealed by nu11secur1ty



Malware (malicious software)

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Kernel Structure with "System Call" and Windows Architecture