kali linux – Working With Hydra Brute Force

this is the command im using sudo hydra -l admin -p admin https://(myserver.com) https-post-form “/portal2/user:{“action”:”login”,”username”:”^USER^”,”password”:”^PASS^”,”remember_username”:false}:Incorrect email or password.” -V
when i press enter i see
(ERROR) Invalid target definition!
(ERROR) Either you use “www.example.com module (optional-module-parameters)” or you use the “module://www.example.com/optional-module-parameters” syntax!

linux – How to grep a binary dump from a file in another binary file

I have a binary dump in file.bin. I want to see whether the whole file.bin is there in another binary file called target.bin. I tried the following:

grep -F --binary -f file.bin target.bin

It just shows: Binary file target.bin matches. I want to know the offsets and tried the -b flag, but that does not work. If I try grep -F -baon --binary -f file.bin target.bin to treat the binary file as text, but this matches every line in file.bin in target.bin, but that is not I want.

Is there any way to achieve this?

linux – IPv6 connection drops after renewing an address

I have a router running OpenWrt and a PC with Ubuntu. I need to detect lease renewing in my C application. On my router I decrease lease time to 30 seconds. When I log on PC to my OpenWrt network and get DHCPv6 address I can ping from my PC to the router (from address assigned by DHCPv6 server). But each time when the address is renewed ping starts to show nothing. No error, no information that network is unreachable, just nothing. At this time tcpdump still shows ICMP6 echo requests and ICMP6 echo replays. What can cause that ping shows nothing after renewing the address?

This is my router configuration in /etc/config/dhcp:

config dhcp 'lan'
    option interface 'lan'
    option start '100'
    option limit '50'
    option leastime '30s'
    option dhcpv6 'server'
    option ra 'server'
    option ra_useleasetime '1'
    option ra_lifetime '30'

installation – “General::sysffmpeg: Using a limited version of FFmpeg” won’t go away on Linux (MMA 12.3)

By hacking SystemFiles/Links/FFmpegTools/Kernel/Common.m I managed to get a meaningful error message.

the problem is that Mathematica bundles shared libraries which are incompatible with system shared libraries (ffmpeg -> kerberos -> openssl).

The solution is to rename the offending shared library which forces Mathematica to use the system library.

sudo mv Mathematica/12.3/SystemFiles/Libraries/Linux-x86-64/libcrypto.so.1.1 Mathematica/12.3/SystemFiles/Libraries/Linux-x86-64/libcrypto.so.1.1.backup

Restart the kernel and you should be ok.

$VideoEncoders("MP4")((All, 1));

linux – Run NodeJS server through SSH without hanging from disconnect

I have a NodeJS server on a virtual machine. I connect to the machine through SSH and leave the server running with:

npm start &

If I disconnect with Ctl-D, the server keeps running. If my internet drops and the connection fails, the server also stops. Why does this happen, and how can I leave the server running without it dropping because of the internet disconnection?

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linux – Is it possible to use the escape codes used in shell prompts elseware, such as with echo?

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The printed response is ()( u (#th) | w)$() (Where everything after the first ( and before the last ) is an orangey-brown.

However when I set the command prompt to (33(;33m)(t u (#th) | w)$(33(0m) the command prompt is printed as (21:55:17 {username} (89th) | {current directory path})$ (Here the whole command prompt is the orangy-brown.)

In conclusion, my question is, can I have a command prompt design printed (with echo, cat, less, etc…) as if it were the command prompt?

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linux – Is there a way to transfer SMS mesages from a Samsung Galaxy S5) to an Ubuntu PC, in a form in which I can view the SMS messages on my PC?

I want to transfer the SMS messages on my Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone to my PC (with Linux Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS), in a form in which I can open and view the messages on my PC as I do on my smartphone.

I know about the apps which can back up smartphone data, such as Kies and Smart Switch for Samsung phones and ADB and Android File Transfer for Android devices. But as far as I can tell, these only back the SMS data up rather than save them as files which can be opened on PC desktop.