Hacking Websites Using Kal Linux 2019.xx


Hacking Websites Using Kal Linux 2019.xx.

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First, you need a target.

Second, you need to do some research, like what CMS the target is using, if any or if the site is built up from scratch. If so what programming language, besides HTML and Javascript is being used?

Kali Linux comes with a built-in detection tool, begin with this one first.

Hacking Websites Using Kal Linux 2019.xx.

Open a terminal window and type:

whatweb URL (https or http.www)

Press Enter,

The result could look like this:

Site URL [200 OK] Apache, Content-Language[en], Cookies[xxxxxxxxxxx], Country[UNITED STATES][US], CMS name, HTTPServer[Apache], HttpOnly[xxxxxxxxx], IP[1xx.xx.xxx.xxx], JQuery[Version], MetaGenerator[Linux], PHP[Version], PasswordField[pass], Script[text/javascript], Title[Site Title], UncommonHeaders[x-content-type-options,x-generator,link], X-Powered-By[Version]

Or like this:

Site URL [200 OK] CloudFlare, Cookies[__cfduid], Country[UNITED STATES][US], HTML5, HTTPServer[cloudflare], HttpOnly[__cfduid], IP[], JQuery, Lightbox, MetaGenerator[WordPress 5.3], Open-Graph-Protocol[website], Script[application/ld+json,javascript,text/javascript], Title[Site Title], UncommonHeaders[link,x-srcache-fetch-status,x-srcache-store-status,cf-cache-status,expect-ct,cf-ray], WordPress[5.3], x-pingback[Site URL/xmlrpc.php]

From the second we know it is a WordPress based website, the location, that it uses cloudflare, JQuery, Lightbox and the version number.

In the second case, we can now search for WordPress 5.3 vulnerabilities online.

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