Re: Penetration test of 1 IP address



Hi All,



I really agree with you all? Good to share information, but to what extent? anyone can misuse it? Can we take any steps to stop it?



I don't know how many of you agree with me. Any chances for understanding the motives of person (with malicious intent)?



I know you people are doing good things to the community, but we are here to protect.



Thank you,

Regards,
Ratna Kumar

----- Original Message ----- From: "Navroz Shariff" <nshariff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <pen-test@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, February 10, 2006 2:54 AM
Subject: RE: Penetration test of 1 IP address


Interesting...the original inquirer hasn't replied in his defense.

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Radvanovsky [mailto:rsradvan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2006 11:46 AM
To: Levenglick, Jeff; Larry Chin; Edmond Chow; Michael Gargiullo;
pen-test@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: Penetration test of 1 IP address

I would tend to agree with that statement. members of this list no idea
if the the individual posing the question has nefarious intentions, or
not.

No disrespect to the original poster of the question to the list, or the
moderator for that matter, in extremely paranoid times these days,
simply uttering the wrong word in public (within the context of a
sentence) can get you a one-way ticket into jail these! So...take
things a down a few notches and remember that hacking these days, esp.
in the eyes of our governments (federal, state, local), not to mention
Corporate America, views it as a form of "cyberterrorism" -- first and
foremost -- BEFORE they would ever consider it NOT to (OK...that sounded
way too circular, but if you read it carefully, you'll understand what
I'm trying to convey) be labelled as "cyberterrorism".

In my defense (as a form of disclaimation), the requesting individual
mentioned the word "/webblaze", and I simply looked it up on Google --
nothing more. I have not mentioned any methods of attack, or how he
should go about attempting a penetration into that server. That is left
entirely up to that individual. ;)

-rad

----- Original Message -----
From: "Levenglick, Jeff" [mailto:JLevenglick@xxxxxxxxxxx]
To: Bob Radvanovsky [mailto:rsradvan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx], Larry Chin
[mailto:casslin@xxxxxxxxxxxx], Edmond Chow [mailto:echow@xxxxxxxxxxxx],
Michael Gargiullo [mailto:mgargiullo@xxxxxxxxx],
pen-test@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: Penetration test of 1 IP address


That's right.. Legal software. I wonder what would happen if this
person was not legit and The company found out that all of the people
on this list helped him?

Or better yet. (as I stated before) This person does not have the
background or knowledge to give this company A 'real' security audit.
This is VERY important. If he were to tell them that they are ok and
something bad happened, we Would end up where most people feel right
now. (that most IT positions are just paper or fly-by-night)

If you are real, you should take classes or read books. All of us can
point you to web sites, but that does not explain how To use the
software or even the concept of pen testing.

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Radvanovsky [mailto:rsradvan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 11:37 PM
To: Larry Chin; 'Edmond Chow'; 'Michael Gargiullo';
pen-test@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: Penetration test of 1 IP address

Did you say "Webblaze"? This is what I've found:
http://info.summation.com/products/PF_webblaze.htm Litigation
software??? Hmmmm...Windows-based software
(http://info.summation.com/products/SP_webblaze_specs.htm)...

Did your "login" look anything like this?
URL:
http://precise.precisepresentations.com/WebBlaze/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=
%2
FWebBlaze%2FIndex.aspx

When in doubt...GOOGLE IT!!! 8)))

ONE WORD OF CAUTION...since this system might be used for legal
purposes, get something in writing that allows you to conduct what is
called a "non-destructive test" and MAKE SURE that you DON'T *DESTROY*

their system!

r

DISCLAIMER: I only did a lookup about the product mentioned...nothing
more. ;))

----- Original Message -----
From: Larry Chin [mailto:casslin@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
To: 'Edmond Chow' [mailto:echow@xxxxxxxxxxxx], 'Michael Gargiullo'
[mailto:mgargiullo@xxxxxxxxx], pen-test@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: Penetration test of 1 IP address


> Could try http://www.accessdiver.com for starters.
>
> Wikto (http://www.sensepost.com/research/wikto/) to scan the website
>
> You could try nmap'ing the IP address, maybe a web server isn't the
> only thing running there.
>
> Just a couple of thoughts
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Edmond Chow [mailto:echow@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 1:45 AM
> To: 'Michael Gargiullo'; pen-test@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Cc: 'Edmond Chow'
> Subject: RE: Penetration test of 1 IP address
>
>
>
>
> To all:
>
> I have been asked to perform a security audit of 1 IP address for
client.
> They have given me the 1 IP address and a clue (webblaze).
>
> If I enter the IP address and then /webblaze, I am taken to a login
> page (user name and password requested).
>
> What tools would you recommend that I use for this assignment?
>
> Thanks for your help.
>
> Regards,
>
>
> Edmond
>
>
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website. Up to 75% of cyber attacks are launched on shopping carts, forms,
login pages, dynamic content etc. Firewalls, SSL and locked-down servers are
futile against web application hacking. Check your website for vulnerabilities
to SQL injection, Cross site scripting and other web attacks before hackers do!
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