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its my 2nd post here ;)
Ok i have few questions. I have like 6 computers attached to my home network most of them with cable and not with Wlan and only my laptop ist connected to Wlan.
anyway my question is if there is a way i can hack files and docments from computer which is connected to same network as my computer? I would really like to try this with my own network (offcourse just for security purposes)
I recently learned about metasploit from hak5 people and its quite nice way but it isnt exactly doing what i want it to do maybe i dont have proper exploits now i am not good enough to create or progamm my own exploit so i been searching for one without any success.
Now what i need is a software or a exploit or anything or anyway with which i can hack into any computer of my home network and hack the files and docoments of that computer now here is the tricky part
all my computers are updated so i need something strong enough to penetrate
xp with sp3 and wind 7 professional or win vista.
well this forums seems to be a good place to ask this question.
so any help would be appreciated ;)
once again its all for security purposes and nothing else
I'd try using SET [social engineers toolkit] with ettercap to dns spoof to your java applet then get the victim machine to download a meterpreter session.
The new DLL injection exploits should do it nicely on the SET Toolkit,
You could use wireshark to edit some packets coming through. (fun stuff can be done with that ;P)
Or you could use Cain & Able to do some ARP / DNS stuff. C&A can also crack network passwords from almost anything...so you could crack 192.168.1.2's Windows Login, then search through for saved MD5's and the like. You can also do registry stuff and credential stuff. (any IM service can be cracked within the credential manager) You can look through your network for computers, printers, dial-up servers...etc, etc. C&A is a great tool...but it's only for Windows... :(
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