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cPanel Script to Dump Data and RYSNC

cPanel Script to Migrate Data In One Shot

cPanel Script to Migrate Data In One Shot

What Does This Script Do :

"cPanel Migration Script" This script is used to take the Input when you Initiate the Script and Prompts for the Directory to provide and to store the cPanel backup files under the same. Once the backup for the accounts has been done which are mentioned in the file name which is "/root/rohit/24.txt".This File contains the Usernames (cPanel accounts) which needs to be moved from the Source Server to the Target Server.

Once the Backup is done then it uses the command known as "sshpass" to rsync the data from the source server to the target server. In "sshpass" we need to provide the destination server password as an argument to that command, so that it will simultaneously move the accounts without asking for the Password.

Note : SSHPASS can be downloaded from the below mentioned link which is -

However, More Information regarding the Working of the Script is mentioned below -

Defacing Sites via HTML Injections (XSS)

Defacing Sites via HTML Injections

Defacing Sites via HTML Injections

What Is HTML Injection:

"HTML Injection" is called as the Virtual Defacement Technique and also known as the "XSS" Cross Site Scripting. It is a very common vulnerability found when searched for most of the domains. This kind of a Vulnerability allows an "Attacker" to Inject some code into the applications affected in order to bypass access to the "Website" or to Infect any particular Page in that "Website".

HTML injections = Cross Site Scripting, It is a Security Vulnerability in most of the sites, that allows an Attacker to Inject HTML Code into the Web Pages that are viewed by other users.

XSS Attacks are essentially code injection attacks into the various interpreters in the browser. These attacks can be carried out using HTML, JavaScript, VBScript, ActiveX, Flash and other clinet side Languages. Well crafted Malicious Code can even hep the "Attacker" to gain access to the entire system.

The most common tags that are used for the HTML Injections are are mentioned below -

1. script ==> This tag contains the code referred in the body of the document.

2. meta ==> This tag defines document's meta Information such as keywords, expiry date, author, etc..

3. html ==> This tag starts an HTML Document

4. body ==> This tag contains the body of the HTML document, which includes the entire content that will appear in the Web Browser.

5. embed ==> This tag is used to embed multimedia in HTML.

6. frame> ==> This tag is used to place the contents into the frame.

7. frameset ==> This tag is a container for frames and replaces the body tag.

8. img ==> This tag provides a facility to put into a web page.

9. style ==> This tag is used to specify the style Information for the document.

10. link ==> This tag is used to specify the color of the unvisited link.

Thus these are the above basic Tag that are used to perform HTML Injections on the site which is vulnerable to the Cross Site Scripting or HTML Injections.

How To Perform HTML Injections : 1, Over here we will use the Google Dork to find out the Vulnerable Site's  and we will use the below mentioned Dork :

GOOGLE DORK : inurl:"search.php?q="

Refer the Image below -

2, Now as we have surfed over the Internet and have found the Sites that are Vulnerable to the XSS that is HTML Injections then in this case we will be using the following simple scripts and the html tags as in detail mentioned above.

Hacking DNN Based Web Sites

Hacking DNN Based Web Sites

Hacking DNN Based Web Sites

Hacking DNN (Dot Net Nuke) CMS based websites is based on the Security Loop Hole in the CMS. For using that exploit we will see the few mentioned points which illustrates us on how to hack any live site based on Dot Net Nuke CMS.

Vulnerability : This is the know Vulnerability in Dot Net Nuke (DNN) CMS. This allows aone user to Upload a File/Shell Remotely to hack that Site which is running on Dot Net Nuke CMS. The Link's for more Information regarding this Vulnerability is mentioned below -

Getting Started : Here we will use the Google Dork to trace the sites that are using DNN (Dot Net Nuke) CMS and are vulnerable to Remote File Upload.

How To Do It : Here, I an mentioning the few points on how to Search for the existing Vulnerability in DNN.

Let's Begin with the Tutorial...

Step 1. Go To

Step 2. Now Enter this Dork -  :inurl:/tabid/36/language/en-US/Default.aspx

Now you will see the following as mentioned in the below Image -

The above Dork is used for tracing the sites running on the Dot Net Nuke CMS and will provide us the URL which are Vulnerable and which can be manipulated further to Upload Files Remotely.