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About the Author:

Fotis Liatsis is an undergraduate at Technological Educational Institute of Larissa, department of Computer Science and Telecommunications. He is also a member and System/Network Administrator of Greek Student Security Team - CampSec. Fotis is an OWASP member of the Greek Student Chapter, System Administrator of Hackademic and also a member of the Digital Awareness and Reinforcement of Trust (D.A.R.T. NGO) team. His interests include Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, Security/vulnerability research and applied Cryptography methods. He is a security enthusiast and Athcon fanatic. You can follow his Twitter (@liatsisfotis) or his blog for more information (http://www.liatsisfotis.com/)

Exploitation Ubuntu – Windows Services

This tutorial describes the basic principles of gathering information to exploit vulnerable machines like Ubuntu Server and Windows XP. On both systems (Ubuntu and Windows) are installed some vulnerable […]