[CentOS] Calling all Hackers
bazy84 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 17 22:24:16 UTC 2009
I recommend you use Nessus from Tenable Network Security to scan these
hosts and your internal network. Nessus is top of the line in
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
> SSH Port is on 3734
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