[CentOS] Calling all Hackers

Bazy bazy84 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 17 23:24:16 UTC 2009


Hello,

I recommend you use Nessus from Tenable Network Security to scan these
hosts and your internal network. Nessus is top of the line in
vulnerability scanning.

Best regards,
Bazy

On Sat, Oct 17, 2009 at 7:39 AM, DTS-Corp (Knowledgebase)
<mlists_subs at dts-int.com> wrote:
> Hey guys.
>
> I have a server that is owned by me and can confirm through servint that it
> is owned by me.
>
> I would like to do a penetration test and of course to allow you to upload
> files on the server and kind of trash it to the point where it is always
> restarting and running out of memory etc etc.
>
> This is going to be mainly script kiddie stuff, however will be able to get
> you hired on with me for some other jobs that are invovlving network
> security evaluations.
>
> Here is the server info
> Cpanel and WHM running on CentOS
>
> hostname level1.ixkt.net
> IP addresses 64..131.81.30
> 64.131.81.31
> 64.131.81.32
> 64.131.81.30
>
> SSH Port is on 3734
>
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