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A network

Nessus with Metasploit — Track and Hack

Networks play an important role in a sysadmin’s life. But have you ever wondered about the security of your network, or tried to find out how vulnerable it is? Let’s discover how to…

.Net on Linux

Confidently Deploy .NET Applications on Linux+Mono with Delphi Prism

This article aims to address the main problems that developers currently endure in developing and deploying cross-platform .NET enterprise applications to the Linux platform. Since its inception .NET has captivated developers across the…

Time to debug

KGDB with VirtualBox: Debug a Live Kernel

Debugging an application live has always been easy for application developers, but debugging a live kernel has never been a simple option for kernel developers — it involves multiple machines with serial connections….

VNCInjection with courtesy shell enabled, by default

Metasploit 101 with Meterpreter Payload

The Metasploit framework is well known in the realm of exploit development. It is a standalone tool for security researchers, penetration testers and IDS/IPS developers. As of now, it has 640 exploit definitions…

VirtualBox on a browser

phpVirtualBox — Accessing VirtualBox from a Browser

This article introduces phpVirtualBox, an open-source, AJAX and PHP-based implementation of the Oracle VirtualBox user interface

Turnkey Linux -- High on Steroids

Get Started with Turnkey Linux — When and Where it Makes Sense

This article deals with getting open source software packages up and running on bare metal/virtual platforms in a stress-free manner. What happens when your online team asks for a Drupal or WordPress server,…

Because it's fun to code on GNU/Linux

Write Your Next Program on Linux

Quite a few colleges and schools still teach C/C++/Java programming on Windows — and even worse, on DOS (using Turbo C/C++)! GNU/Linux provides a first class operating system, replete with support for dozens…

Building a Server from Scratch, Part 3: Virtualising the Server

In the Part 3 of “Building a Server from Scratch” series, we learn to set up VirtualBox on the main server and deploy each service on a separate virtual machine.

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