How to setup a webserver on Ubuntu. These instructions go over setting up a basic LAMP stack manually. To finish it off, some how-to on getting a WordPress install.
A quick how-to on linux virtual terminals / virtual consoles.
Tutorial on how to crack WPA2 hashes pulled down from wireless networks. Demonstrates usage of airmon-ng, airodump-ng, aircrack-ng, and john the ripper.
This post demonstrates a C program that will allow you to drop into a root shell. I will describe how to compile it, and how to set up the permissions and suid bit so that any user can run it to get root!
Have you ever been curious what the failed ssh password attempts are? Wonder no more with a simple PAM patch! This enables logging of the attempted ssh login including the password!
So you’re on a linux box, and you want to find out more information about it? This post takes you through commands to get kernel and distro information, disk layout, and basic hardware on the system. It can be used as a guide for a host-system survey, or just to find out general information about your linux box.
A medium-depth explanation of ssh local and remote tunneling. This goes over the
ssh -L and
ssh -R commands
If you’ve forgotten your WordPress password and have access to your MySQL database, changing your password is a piece of cake. From your server, these commands will get you into your wordpress database: # mysql -p # *password* mysql> connect