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Demonstrations

These are a collection of demonstration videos where I show how to do particular things. I create these videos because it is often not possible to do these demonstrations live. Often, this is because a university is unappreciative if you demonstrate how to hack into their systems.

Any questions or comments should be directed to: The creator's email

Server Configuration

This video presents the configuration file of many common services on Linux. These include:


The video mentions a video on configuring shairport, which can be found here.

DNS Configuration

This video demonstrates configuration of a DNS server.

The video is here.


TCP Hacking

This video shows various ways of exploiting properties of TCP. These include:

The video is here.


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How Slowloris Works

This video demonstrates the Denial of Service (DoS) attack software Slowloris. The video first reviews how HTTP works and that while HTTP is stateless, it is on top of the stateful TCP. We then show how using small packets, Slowloris can keep a HTTP connection alive, effectively blocking access to other users.

The video is here.


Any questions or comments should be directed to: The creator's email

ARP Poisoning With Ettercap

This video demonstrates a Man In The Middle (MITM) attack by sending fake ARP packets. The software doing the work is called Ettercap. Ettercap works by (1) causing a target machine to think the attacker is all other machines and (2) telling all other machines the attacker is the target machine. In this way, information is routed through the attacker who can then listen in for useful information like passwords.

The video is here.


Any questions or comments should be directed to: The creator's email

FTP

This video demonstrates File Transfer Protocol (FTP) and Samba, the standard file sharing protocol.

The video is here.


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