here is the article that i am trying to follow .. DNS-Rebinding-Attack
i didn’t use linux like the Writer did …. i registered an account on a Free Web Hosting site … then uploaded the php files on it after adding my router ip to it but all what i got was this from the console tap
Cross-Origin Read Blocking (CORB) blocked cross-origin response https://infinityfree.net/errors/404/ with MIME type text/html. See https://www.chromestatus.com/feature/5629709824032768 for more details.
although i tried various ways to do it …. it was the same response from chrome some of the ways i tried
[PHP] Thahelper – cURL & PHP – Website Login – Pastebin.com
pastebin*.*com/pBUS0tSR from curl-to-PHP: Convert Curl commands to PHP code site
pastebin*.*com/FV8dc53T i got it from site that i don’t remember …. although it doesn’t have the Frm_Logintoken= tag that is needed in logging in .. i got the same response using it !!!!
and of course the writer php file pastebin*.*com/eDKjxNDN
and the pics of what i got of course
and when i blocked my ip just like the article i got this
note i didn’t follow the full steps as i didn’t use linux so i skipped the DNS server ( Bind9 ) part .. and it’s zone configuration btw is there any alternatives to this online ?
just remove the Asterisk from the links i don’t have enough score to post more than 8 links
thanks every reply is appreciated 🙂
I would like to upgrade LTS16.04 to LTS 18.04 but an unuseable but installed package seems to be blocking this. How do I get rid of this blockage without a new installation.
I am trying to lock down an Azure website we have running to our intranet. I have browsed to App Services > Webappname > Networking > Access Restrictions but when I enter the two “allow” rules for our production and user internal IP subnets, it breaks displays the error message “Error 403 – This web app is stopped.”
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My desired end-state is to have the app work from our internal network, but not from the WWW.
My access rules are as follows:
- Allow 10.0.0.0/8
- Allow 172.16.0.0/16
- Deny Any
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When I use WiFi in a coffee shop, and I confirm my identification via Facebook my location is posted on the Facebook site. I want to avoid this happening.
Consider a website where users can post house advertisements for free. Obviously, there should generally be one ad per address. If someone tries to create a duplicate for an address, then they are probably trying to exploit the system by spamming their ad in false hopes of getting more exposure.
Should users be blocked from creating duplicates?
Alternatively, should the user be allowed to create duplicates, but severely penalize the ranking of all their ads?
If either of the above system is implemented and a scenario arises where two people claim the same address, how should a legitimate owner of an address prove that their ad should be considered the “real” ad?
I’ve been having this trouble for quite some time now, it happens only with Dribble. Everytime I try to connect, a HTML only appears. When I open the Inspect tab this is the first error that comes in: Failed to load resource: net::ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED
I’ve tried disabling and unninstalling my Adblock, which was Ublock, clearing cookies and cache but nothing seems to work. Every other computer connected in the same wi-fi works just fine.
Please help, I’m getting very frustrated.
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I’m at the initial stages of researching the development of my own call blocking mechanism for iOS. The goal is to develop a spam blocking app and infrastructure that delivers on some features that are sorely needed. The whole thing, from a development perspective is quite new to me.
Does anybody know how an app like RoboKiller works to route and block incoming calls? My observation is that the RoboKiller service forwards my calls to a managed service which then filters the calls and sends them back to my phone.
I notice that the app adds itself to the “Call Blocking and Identification” extension in iOS. And, the app has the user dial out and turn on conditional call forwarding to what I presume is a RoboKiller phone number. By conditional call forwarding, I mean the app has me dial a phone number using
*71,xxx-xxx-xxxx on Verizon service.
If it is only “conditional” forwarding, meaning the call has to go unanswered or the line has to be busy before it forwards, then how is the RoboKiller service forcing calls through their system before redirecting them back to me? Is the app able to block a call from any number using some feature in CallKit that I am overlooking?
My question is specific about how the call is getting routed through a 3rd party service for filtering and then sent back to me, especially when only “conditional” forwarding is used?
I installed a custom tunnelblick to access my University VPN. Now I can’t access internet (DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG), even if the VPN (or tunnelblick itself) is off.
I have version 15 of VMWare running on my Windows 10 computer.
When I open the Virtual Network Editor and try to add a bridged connection, I get an error saying:
Cannot change network to bridged: There are no un-bridged host network adapters
I know Zone Alarm is preventing this as I have to uninstall it in order to be able to add a bridged network.
Unfortunately it is not a case of disable it, but I have to uninstall it, and then I can do what I need to in the network editor.
Does anyone have any experience with this?