Penetration Testing
Re: Bypass grub edit protection password Feb 09 2012 11:08PM
Carlos Pantelides (carlos_pantelides yahoo com) (2 replies)
Have you access to any other account? Is there any network service running? Being centos 4.1 (2005-Oct-21 says the mirror) if it is unpatched perhaps you can find a vulnerability and gain more access.

 
nmap it, is sshd running? try 500 most common passwords. Do you have time? try a bigger dictionary. 

Carlos Pantelides

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Re: Bypass grub edit protection password Feb 10 2012 03:40PM
Juan Pablo (juan quine gmail com)
Re: Bypass grub edit protection password Feb 10 2012 02:33PM
Justin Rogosky (jrogosky gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Bypass grub edit protection password Feb 10 2012 02:55PM
Carlos Pantelides (carlos_pantelides yahoo com)


 

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