I'm currently working for a company with quite strict security measures. 90% of my work takes place on a Linux machine, but to access this machine I first have to connect to a VPN, access a Windows ...
firstly i got 2 physical machines PC and notebook 1. under PC(WIN7, 192.168.1.2) have a VMWARE, VMWARE installed one solaris(18.104.22.168). I can use putty to access to solaris from PC. ...
I'm trying to get internet to a Linux VM (Backtrack 5 on VMWare Workstation). Unfortunately I was told to not "bridge" the connection from the VM because it could be detected by our companies network ...
We have a handful of users that login to our Linux virtual machine as root either through the vSphere client or through SSH and I want to see if there is a way to tell if multiple root users are ...
I've opened a reverse shell to my remote server to tunnel port 9000 to my local machine like this ssh -R 9000:localhost:9000 firstname.lastname@example.org but but it doesn't work. The reverse shell ...