Originally posted by Kickfoot:
Heeeey.....I never asked someone to tech me hacking someones hompage i asked if it is posible to hack an privat server......
Just shut the fuck up man. This is exactly what you asked.
How do i hack an homepage which is placed on an private server??......Its pretty easy to hack an homepage on geocitys.....but i don't know how to do on an private server???
see for yourself http://www.undergroundnews.com/cgi-bin/ubbcgi/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=000183
First off you are asking all wrong.
How do I hack "an"(you mean "a")homepage which is placed on a private server.
Lets pick this apart shall we.
Homepage should be webpage
placed should be stored
and by hack you mean gain write privillages too.
Look it is not like me to pick on a new guy like this so I am going to help you out a bit. First off black hat hacking is not something I will help you with. There is such a thing as hacking to learn and not to make a statement or be cool.
Do it to learn and I will help. Show off and piss off. Black hat is purely bad. Like destroying a site, or viruses that sort of garbage.
Wana learn some stuff I can help some.
First off dealing with the above.
Read up and understand all of the above like you understand your ABC's. Then you will be ready to hack a server. Not being mean, but you are not there, and will not be there for at least a year or 2 judging the way you worded your question.
If you want to learn, and you would like respect around here start learning stuff you can sort of talk about now.
Start with Linux or telnet.
Linux Links: http://www.linux.org/lessons/ http://linuxnewbie.org/ http://tldp.org/ http://linux.box.sk/
Good newbie Linux distro's
Mandrake Download page http://www.linux-mandrake.com/en/ftp.php3
Red Hat 8.0 ISO's ftp://ftp.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux/8.0/en/iso/i386/
Now you are saying, WTF would I want to learn Linux. I want to hack. WELLLLLLL.... Linux is basicaly Unix, Unix is the operationg system of about 80% of the internet. That number counts servers, Routers, etc etc etc. Chances are the server you are intrested in is running some flavor of Unix. Linux happenes to be very cheap or free. Unix is highly expensive. So learn Linux and you pretty much learn Unix.
I belive Linux and the BSD's are based off system IV where as true UNIX is system V. Might want to read up on Unix history also. There you will see a tie between hackers and phreakers and Ma Bell.
You HAVE to learn telnet if you ever want to gain remote access to any box.
about the protocol http://protocols.com/pbook/tcpip7.htm#TELNET
some commands you will need to know http://www.mcsr.olemiss.edu/unixhelp/tables/telnet_commands.html http://www.jbmelectronics.com/telnet.htm http://simplythebest.net/info/telnet.html http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=
Now telnet is big and vast, the commands will differ depending on
1.) What type of OS you are connected to
2.) What server is on that OS
3.) What application on that server you are messing with.
This is a great telnet starter lesson http://www.lameindustries.org/tutorials/exploringtelnet/index.shtml
Read all that and get back to me. Either read it all or you get no help from me.