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Introduction To Ethical Hacking

  2. 2. Hackers
  3. 3. What is Hacking ? Hacking is the art of finding solutions to real life problems. The word “ Hack “ is not directly related to computers.
  4. 4. Hacking and Computers The concept of hacking entered the computer culture at the MIT University in the 1960s. There are two kinds of students 1. Tools 2. Hackers
  5. 5. 1. Tools A ``tool is someone who attends class in the college regularly is always to be found in the library when no class is meeting, Always Try to get Excellent grades in the examination. Sole Aim: get placed in high paying Company
  6. 6. 2. Hacker A ``hacker is the opposite: someone who never goes to class, who in fact sleeps all day, and who spends the night pursuing recreational activities rather than studying text books.What does this have to do with computers?Originally, nothing.
  7. 7. Hackers vs Tools There are standards for success as a hacker, just as grades form a standard for success as a tool. Overall Hackers are more successful in life and they emerge as a leader in their field.
  8. 8. Computer Hackers Hackers are developers. Hackers are those geeks and scientists who provide IT solutions to real life problems. Hackers think beyond the boundaries
  9. 9. Traits of any Hack It must be clever. It must produce more good than bad, and it must not be malicious. It should be unexpected, or out of the ordinary. It need not pertain to computers.
  10. 10. Hack Ideas Social Networking site for plants. Sending sms to smart phone whenever a post man delivers the letter in the letter box. Sending sms to near & dear ones whenever you reach the destination.
  11. 11. Hackers Development of Science <><> Hackers
  12. 12. Misconception What about those who break into systems? Are they hacker? The answer is no.
  13. 13. Who is Responsible for misconception Media  is the root cause of all this misconception. Lack of Awareness among common students and people.
  14. 14. Crackers One who breaks into systems illegally are crackers. They are bad guys or gals
  15. 15. Hacker vs Crackero Qualities of hacker: Lots of knowledge Good Guy Strong Ethics Helps in catching cyber criminals
  16. 16. Hacker vs Cracker Qualities of cracker Lots of knowledge Bad ethics Cyber criminals
  17. 17. Skills of Hacker Learn Programming languages ( C, C++) Learn scripting languages ( JSP, Python, PHP, perl ) Good knowledge of database and query languages (SQL, YQL, FQL, etc) Learn Networking (TCP/IP) Learn to work in Unix Start playing with web api’s Learn Assembly Programming
  18. 18. Important Subjects C and M - I Data Structures and M-II DLD , JAVA & web Technology and M-III (Probability) CSA, OS, DBMS Microprocessors, Data Communications Computer Networking Cryptography & Network Security Wireless Communication
  19. 19. Getting started to learn Hacking TCP/IP IP Address MAC Address Ports Web Architecture LAN Architecture DOS Commands
  20. 20. Web Architecture The Internet is a worldwide, publicly accessible network of interconnected computer networks that transmit data using the standard Internet Protocol (IP). The terms World Wide Web (WWW) and Internet are not the same
  21. 21. Internet, web, www The Internet is a collection of interconnected computer networks, linked by copper wires, fiber-optic cables, wireless connections, etc. Web is a collection of interconnected documents and other resources, linked by hyperlinks and URLs. The World Wide Web is one of the services accessible via the Internet, along with various others including e-mail, file sharing, online gaming etc
  22. 22. TCP/IP TCP/IP is the protocol for communication between computers on the Internet. TCP stands for Transmission Control Protocol IP stands for Internet Protocol TCP/IP defines how electronic devices (like computers) should be connected to the Internet, and how data should be transmitted between them.
  23. 23. TCP/IP Inside the TCP/IP standard there are several protocols for handling data communication: 1. TCP 2. IP 3. ICMP 4. DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) forDynamic Addressing
  24. 24. TCP/IP TCP is responsible for breaking data down into IP packets before they are sent, and for assembling the packets when they arrive. IP is responsible for sending the packets to the correct destination. IP Routers:- The IP router is responsible for "routing" the packet to the correct destination, directly or via another router.
  25. 25. IP Address Every system connected to a network has a unique Internet Protocol (IP) Address which acts as its identity on that network. An IP Address is a 32-bit address which is divided into four fields of 8-bits each. For Example, TCP/IP uses four numbers to address a computer. The numbers are always between 0 and 255.
  26. 26. DNS Servers Names used for TCP/IP addresses are called domain names. When you address a website e.g. the name is translated to its corresponding IP Address by DNS Servers. DNS servers contains the list of all registered domain names and their corresponding IP addresses.
  27. 27. MAC Address Media Access Control (MAC) is a unique value associated with a network adapter. MAC addresses are also known as hardware addresses or physical addresses. They uniquely identify an adapter on a LAN MAC addresses are 12-digit hexadecimal numbers (48 bits in length). MM:MM:MM:SS:SS:SS MM-MM-MM-SS-SS-SS The first half of a MAC address contains the ID number of the adapter manufacturer. The second half of a MAC address represents the serial number assigned to the adapter by the manufacturer.
  28. 28. Commands To find IP Address ipconfig To find MAC Address: ipconfig /all
  29. 29. Ports 1. Hardware Ports 2 Software Ports There are 65536 software ports in an operating system.
  30. 30. Sockets The pair of IP address and port numbers separated by a colon is called the socket. e.g- is a socket.
  31. 31. Classification of IP Address 1. Public IP Address 2. Private IP Address finding public and private IP Address 1. Static IP Address 2. Dynamic IP Address
  32. 32. Network Address Translation (NAT) The current implementation of IP addressing provides users with a very limited number of IP address . To solve this shortage problem , a number of organizations have started implementing NAT addressing, which allows them to use a single public IP address for a large number of internal systems having unique private IP addresses. If any external systems communicates with two different internal systems in NAT network, then it will be impossible to differentiate between two systems.
  33. 33. Working of NAT Typically a NAT network consists of a large number of the internal systems that are connected to the internet through a routing device known as NAT box. This NAT box acts as the core & controls all routing , addressing , and interfacing requirements of the network.
  34. 34. NAT When an internal computer connects to external computerInternal computer( :1024) NAT box (Internal IP Address gets converted to external i.e.public IP address)==== External System(
  35. 35. NATReply from External SystemExternal system(  NATbox ( NAT box identifies the internal system forwhich IP packets meant)  InternalSystem(
  36. 36.  Three stages of Hacking any Remote Computer 1. Planning and preparing the attack 2. Gathering information for the attack 3. Executing the attack
  37. 37. Preparing the attack Steps performed by a good hacker in this stage:1. Decide which computer they want to hack2. Then they will find the IP address of the remote computer.3. Find the exact geographical Location of the computer.4. Hide their own IP address and identity on internet
  38. 38. Finding remote computer Lets say a Hacker decides to break into the computer of one of his facebook friends. Then his first step will be to find the IP address of his friend computer. So lets discuss what are the possible ways of finding the IP address of any remote computer.
  39. 39. Finding Remote Computer’s IP Address1. Sending the link of www.whatstheirip.com2. Through Instant messaging software3. Through IRC Chat4. Through your website
  40. 40. MSN , Yahoo , g-talk3. If you are chatting on other messengers like MSN, YAHOO etc. then the following indirect connection exists between your system and your friend’s system: Your System------Chat Server---- Friend’s System Friend’s System---------Chat Server------- Your System Thus in this case, you first have to establish a direct connection with your friend’s computer by either sending him a file or by using the call feature. Then, goto MSDOS or the command line and type: C:>netstat -n This command will give you the IP Address of your friend’s computer.
  41. 41. Instant Messanger1. Ask your friend to come online and chat with you.2. Case I: If you are chatting on ICQ, then the following connection exists between your system and your friend’s system: Your System------DIRECT CONNECTION---- Friend’s System Friend’s System---------DIRECT CONNECTION------- Your System Now, goto MSDOS or the command line and type: C:>netstat -n This command will give you the IP Address of your friend’s computer.
  42. 42. Getting IP from Website One can easily log the IP Addresses of all visitors to their website by using simply JAVA applets or JavaScript code. By using PHP scripts it is possible to determine user’s O.S and Browser’s. Same can be used to determine the exact geographical location of the visitors.
  43. 43. Counter Measures Do not accept File transfers or calls from unknown people. Chat online ONLY after logging on through a Proxy Server. Don’t click on any suspicious link.
  44. 44. Finding Exact Location Once you get the IP address of Remote computer try to perform IP lookup Popular sites for IP Look Up 1. 2.
  45. 45. Hiding your IP Address Proxy Servers: Definition:A Proxy Server acts as a buffer between you and the Internet, hence it protects your identity.Working:Case 1: Your System------Proxy Server---- Friend’s SystemCase 2: Your System-----Proxy------Chat Server----Friend’s SystemGood Proxy Servers: Wingate & WinProxy (For Windows Platform) Squid (For Unix Platforms)
  46. 46. Proxy Bouncing PROXY BOUNCINGDefinition:Proxy Bouncing is the phenomenon wherein you connect to several proxy servers and then connect to the actual destination.Working:YOUR SYSTEM--------PROXY 1--------- PROXY 2---------- PROXY 3----------------PROXY 4----------PROXY 5----------DestinationTools: MultiProxy
  47. 47. Onion Routing: Using Tor Network download it from
  48. 48. DOS Commands1. nslookup2. net view3. net use4. net user5. ping6. tracert7. arp8. route9. nbtstat10. netstat11. ipconfig
  49. 49. PingThis command will allow you to know if thehost you pinging is alive, which means if it is upat the time of executing the “ping” command. syntax : ping or OBS: Keep in mind that if the host you pingingis blocking ICMP packets, then the result will behost down.
  50. 50. nslookupThis command has many functionalities.One is for resolving DNS into IP.syntax:nslookup
  51. 51. nslookup Now, another really nice function of nslookup is to find out IP of specific Mail Severs. QUOTE nslookup (enter) set type=mx (enter) This command will give you the mail server IP of You can use whatever server you want and if it is listed on DNS, then you get the IP. Simple, isn’t it?
  52. 52. tracert This command will give you the hops that a packet will travel to reach its final destination. OBS: This command is good to know the route a packet takes before it goes to the target box. CODE tracert x.x.x.x (x is the IP address) or tracert
  53. 53. arp Address Resolution Protocol This command will show you the arp table. This is good to know if someone is doing arp poisoning in your LAN. command arp -a
  54. 54. netstat This command will show you connection to your box. CODE netstator CODE netstat -a (this will show you all the listening ports and connection with DNS names) netstat -n (this will show you all the open connection with IP addresses) netstat -an (this will combined both of the above)
  55. 55. nbtstat This command will show you the netbios name of the target box. CODE nbtstat -A x.x.x.x (x is the IP address) nbtstat -a computername net view x.x.x.x or computername (will list the available sharing folders on the target box
  56. 56. route This command will show you the routing table, gateway, interface and metric. CODE route print
  57. 57. Help And least but not last, the “help” command. CODE whatevercommand /help CODE whatevercommand /?
  58. 58. Gathering Information about remote computer Recap of first step i.e. preparation of attack Hiding the IP using proxy bouncing Tracing IP address using Neotrace, and online databases, Visual Route. Now change your MAC address before starting Information Gathering step. software :- MacAddressChanger
  59. 59. Information Gathering Typically during the information Gathering step attacker aims to determine the following information about the target system.1. Network Topology2. List of open ports3. List of services4. Determine the operating system5. User Information
  60. 60. Gathering Information It is Possible to gather all these information using various techniques like 1. Network Reconnaissance - Ping sweeping and Traceroute 2. Port Scanning 3. Daemon Banner Grabbing and PortEnumeration 4. ICMP scanning 5. OS detection using OS Finger printing 6. Sniffing
  61. 61. Scanning Using nmap C:program filesnmap>nmap –sP nmap sends ICMP echo request tothehackbook .com To Carry out UDP probing:C:program filesnmap>nmap –PUthehackbook.comC:program filesnmap>nmap –
  62. 62. OS Detection C:program filesnmap>nmap –O C:program filesnmap>nmap –A www. Os detection using websites: use PHP script to detect visitors OS and browser
  63. 63. Executing the Attack DOS Attacks : Such an attack clogs up so much bandwidth on the target system that it cannot serve even legitimate users. ATTACKER-----Infinite/ Malicious Data----- VICTIM Target Network gets choked or cannot handle the malicious data and hence crashes. As a result, even legitimate clients/ people cannot connect to the target network.
  64. 64. Types of DOS Attacks1. Ping of Death2. Teardrop attacks3. SYN flood attacks4. Land Attacks5. Smurf Attacks6. UDP flood Attacks7. DDOS Attacks8. Modem-disconnect Attack
  65. 65. Tear Drop Attack Data sent from the source to the destination system, is broken down into smaller fragments at the source system and then reassembled into larger chunks at the destination system. For Example, Say data of 4000 bytes is to be sent across a network, then it is broken down into three chunks:1.CHUNK A contains Bytes 1 to 1500.2.CHUNK B contains Bytes 1501 to 30003.CHUNK C contains Bytes 3001 to 4000
  66. 66. Tear Drop Attack However, in case of a Teardrop attack, these ranges of data chunks are overlapping. For Example, in case of a Teardrop attack, the same 4000 bytes would be broken down into the below three chunks:1. CHUNK A contains Bytes 1 to 1500.2. CHUNK B contains Bytes 1499 to 30003. CHUNK C contains Bytes 2999 to 4000 In this example therange of CHUNK A is 1 to 1500, range of CHUNK B is 1499 to 3000 while the range of CHUNK C is 2999 to 4000. Thus, the ranges are overlapping Since here the ranges are overlapping, the target system gets DOS’ed!!!
  67. 67. Trojan Attacks Trojans act as RATs or Remote Administration Tools that allow remote control and remote access to the attacker. Tools: Netbus, Girlfriend, Back Orrifice and many others
  68. 68. Sniffers AttackDefinition:Sniffers are tools that can capture all data packets being sent across the entire network in the raw form.Working: ATTACKER-----Uses sniffer for spying----- VICTIM Threats: Password Stealing, IP Violation, Spying etc.Tools: Tcpdump, Ethereal, Dsniff , wireshark and many more.
  69. 69. Buffer Overflow Buffer overflow tpically occur due to poor programming and a mismanagement of an application memory by the developer. E.g. If 5 KB of buffer space has been allocated to an application. If the application then tries to store data of 7 KB in the buffer memory. Then the addition 2 KB of data will have nowhere to go and as a result will overflow. This additional 2 KB of data which overflowed , will overwrite a legitimate piece of data at another memory location. As a result system crashes or leads to unwanted execution of some other program.
  70. 70. Types of Buffer Overflows1. Stack Overflows2. Format String Overflows3. Heap Overflows4. Integer overflows
  71. 71. Stack Overflowsteps :1.Identify and take control of a vulnerableapplication running on the target computer2.Identifying the malicious code that you wouldlike to execute on the target computer3. Exploit the priviledge and access of the victimapplication to execute the malicious code.
  72. 72. Stack Overflow : Step 1 Identifying a vulnerable application Study the source code of the application and test it with different types and sizes of artificial input states (Identify the Test cases for which application fails)
  73. 73. Buffer Overflow : Step 2 Planting the malicious code Attacker sends malicious command as input or in the form of an argument to the vulnerable application. The malicious input is stored in the temporary buffer memory of the application and then remains ready to be executed as and when required.
  74. 74. Executing the Malicious code Whenever an application calls a function, a separate activation record for that particular function is created on the stack. Each activation record contains a return address to which the program control is transferred once the function exits. If one can change this return address to point to the address where malicious code is stored, then the application will jump to the malicious code as the function is over. This will lead to the execution of malicious code.
  75. 75. Social Networking Websites Hacking There is no way to hack some one’s gmail account, orkut account, Facebook account, or yahoo account by breaking into servers. Generally there are two ways of hacking these accounts 1. By finding the password of account 2. By resetting the password There is no any other way of hacking someone’s profile on social networking websites.
  76. 76. Finding passwords Social Enginnering Password guessing Phishing attacks Key Loggers Sniffing attacks Man in the middle attack Tab Nabbing- Latest kind of phishing attack
  77. 77. Phshing Attack Fake login page: Demo.
  78. 78. Tab Nabbing Aza Raskin , a design expert discovered and extensively wrote about a deadly new phishing technique that he named TAB Nabbing. All present day browsers are vulnerable to this kind of attack. It is also a kind of phshing attack that impersonates other websites and fools users into revealing their personal data like usernames, passwords, credit card details, etc. It makes use of multiple tabs by browsers to fool the victims.
  79. 79. Steps of Tab Nabbing Victims opens multiple tabs to his favorite websites & is browsing normally. Using flash widgets, scripts, browser extensions or cross site scripting attacks, it is possible for an attacker to modify the contents of some other open tab in your browser to may be point to the victims bank, email or corporate login account.
  80. 80. Resetting the password It is possible for an attacker to find out the answer of secret questions available on gmail or yahoo account for password resetting. Attacker can find it by means of social engineering.
  81. 81. Windows Hacking Host File: Directing the redirectionwindows Location- C:windowssystem 32 driveretc Hosts file can be tweaked to carry out no ofinteresting hacks1. Blocking certain websites2. Redirecting the user to some other website
  82. 82. Recovering the deleted data When you delete a file , it first goes to the recycle bin. After you empty the recycle bin, then file still remains on the hard disk . Microsoft windows will only delete the link between the operating system & the deleted file. This means that the file will not be accessible through windows & MS DOS. The file will still remains on the hard disk and will be available until windows overwrites it with a new file.
  83. 83. Email ForgingDefinition:Email Forging is the art of sending an email from the victim’s email account without knowing the password.Working: ATTACKER-----Sends Forged email----- FROM VICTIM
  84. 84. SMS Forging SMS spoofing became possible after many mobile/cellular operators had integrated their network communications with/in the Internet. So anybody could send SMS from the Internet using forms at the websites of mobile operators or even through e-mail.
  85. 85. SMS Forging The working of SMS is explained as under. First of all the sender send the SMS via SMS gateway. The identity of the sender is attached to the packer of the SMS. The SMS once reach the SMS gateway is routed to the destination Gateway and then to the receiver’s handset. There are many ways by which we can send SMS to the SMS gateway. One of them is to use internet.
  86. 86. SMS Forging Now the concept of SMS forging lies in changing the SCCP packer which contains the sender information prior delivering to the SMS gateway. The intruder can change the SCCP packet and can send that packet to any of the receiver as a spoofed SMS. Some of the Website on the net also provide this facility. To provide such service is not legal and the user using this may lead so serious consequences with law. Website:
  87. 87. Software to Restore the deleted files Restoration : An excellent recovery softwareDownload:
  88. 88. Permanently Erasing the data Software: Eraserdownload:
  89. 89. Windows Toolkit You can remove the cracks of your windows using it. Play with your logon screen.
  90. 90. The End About The Hackbook : The Hackbook is a social utility to promote awareness about Information Security and Ethical Hacking by integrating the concepts of social network and education network.