Hey guys, I’m doing a Networks Security course and the lecture said that those that can demonstrate any form of hacking will get bonus marks. I’ve tried searching, but all I really get are explanations of how the hack works… what I’d really like are tools to do the actual hack.
Here’s the setup: There are two machines connected to our local LAN – a Linux system and a Windows system. My PC is also connected to them (since it is in the LAN) and so we really have two Windows systems. I want to be able to hack into the Windows system which doesn’t have any of the service packs installed.
I was thinking of a DoS (Denial of Service) but I really only understand how the ping flood works… and since both PCs are the same bandwidth (100Mbps) a ping attack seems hardly effective. So I was thinking about setting up a small back door (which I think is feasible since people often install cracks, etc and one might be able to sneak in a Trojan). But I have no idea how to do that…
Does anyone have any tools or sites that I could try out? Any suggestions would be kiff! Thanks :)