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host: 192.168.56.1 dhcp-server: 192.168.56.100 kali: 192.168.56.101 * log # 2015/12/24 14:45 -> 16:30 (1hr 45min) # 2015/12/25 15:00 -> 17:45 (2hr 45min) # total time = 4hrs 30min * discovery - target * nmap --min-parallelism=100 -sP -T5 192.168.56.0/24 * found target: 192.168.56.102 * discovery - services * nmap --min-parallelism=100 -A -T5 -p1-65535 192.168.56.102 * found ports: 80 * enumerate port 80 * wget http://192.168.56.102 * cat index.html * wget http://192.168.56.102/images/keep-calm.png * wget http://192.

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Installing OpenVPN 2.2 on CentOS 6.3 64bit

This post is just an update of a previous post that used CentOS 5.7 and OpenVPN 2.2 (http://nkush.blogspot.com.au/2011/10/installing-openvpn-22-on-centos-57.html). The basic instructions are the same, however this post uses some newer packages which may have been relocated to new URLs. Again this blog and the posts are mostly for my own reference and not intended as step-by-step instuctions for other systems/network administrators Install RPMForge or RepoForge as it’s now known<span style=“font-size: xx-small;“>[1]

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Installing OpenVPN 2.2 on Centos 5.7

OpenVPN is an SSL based VPN. There are other VPN solutions such as IPsec, etc. but OpenVPN provides a cost effective alternative. I like OpenVPN as it support two-way authentication, i.e. both the client and server authenticate using certificates. To install OpeVPN on CentOS we need a number of cryptographic libraries. The simplest way is to use the DAG/RPMForge repository. Set-up the RPMForge repository <span class=“Apple-style-span” style=“font-family: inherit; font-size: xx-small;“>[1], as

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Installing OSSEC on Centos 5.7

OSSEC is an open source host-based IDS that performs log analysis, and is able to correlate and analyse logs for a number of Linux (and Windows, but that is outside the scope of this blog post) servers. The software architecture of OSSEC and the use of agents, lends OSSEC to flexible deployment and management <span class=“Apple-style-span” style=“font-size: xx-small;“>[1]. Set-up the Atomic repository that already has the appropriate OSSEC packages and install them would be the easiest way.

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