Can Network Admin Make changes to site if I’ve accessed the site in edit mode?

I connect to the Internet via a neighbor’s wireless router (not a guest connection).

Windows 10: I don’t share files or printer. Domain, private, public network: firewall is on. Scan = no issues.

I have a G Suite account to build sites. Site is published. Sharing options are secure. No other authorized users at this point.

Support asked for the URL of site builder in edit mode.

Two days later, many unauthorized changes to published Google site. Is it possible for admin of neighbor’s network to access or edit site if it’s in edit mode?

Is it possible for the support person to use URL to access or edit site IF I have the site open in edit mode? Obviously, I can pull up the site in another browser screen, so wondered why support person with the link would be unable to do so.

Attempting to keep up with all the crazy, strange changes is eating my lunch. Need to ID the origin.

How is it possible to scan the internal network to perform lateral movement without being detected by a firewall?

How is it possible to scan the internal network to perform lateral movement without being detected by a firewall? I’m trying to do a decent scan on the internal network for days. I have a meterpreter shell, add subnet, set proxychains port 1080 and do a slow scan with nmap. I would like to know what other techniques that Pentesters use in their day to day that are effective.

WebServer is an ubuntu, but the internal network is packed with Windows and Linux machines, thus bringing a realistic environment for training. I am doing these studies in a controlled environment.

18.04: How can udev rule RUN script access network

I have an udev rule that downloads a file when a USB device is plugged in:

ACTION=="add", ATTRS{idVendor}=="cafe", MODE="0660", GROUP="root", SUBSYSTEM=="usbmisc", RUN+="/home/me/udev-net.sh" 

The script does a simple wget:

#!/bin/sh wget -o /tmp/wget.log -O /tmp/index.html http://www.google.com 

This works well on Ubuntu 16.04, but on 18.04 wget fails to resolve www.google.com – after triggering the script /tmp/wget.log contains:

--2019-08-19 14:49:43--  http://www.google.com/ Resolving www.google.com (www.google.com)... failed: Name or service not known. wget: unable to resolve host address 'www.google.com' 

If I add an entry ‘172.217.23.164 mygoogle’ to /etc/hosts, the resolve succeeds, but then wget blocks in socket connect(), and after some time the wget process is killed.

Is there some way of allowing this in Ubuntu 18.04, so that behavior is the same as on 16.04?

network manager package for vpnc installed but cannot be used (ubuntu 16.04.6)

I have installed network-manager-vpnc in order to establish a VPN connection. The installation has been successful if I understand this correctly:

$   dpkg -l | grep network-manager-vpnc ii  network-manager-vpnc 1.1.93-1ubuntu0.1 amd64 network management framework (VPNC plugin core) 

Additionally

$   vpnc --version vpnc version 0.5.3r550-2build1 ... 

However, if I go to the network button in the desktop menu bar, the entry ‘VPN connection’ leads to ‘Add a VPN connection…’ that is greyed out. A definite closed road.

If I force my way through the entry ‘Edit connections…’, I then can add a VPN connnection but it is not of the type “Cisco Compatible VPN (vpnc)” that I expect based on the manual I am following. In fact there is only the option below:

screenshot of dialogue window to set up the type of VPN connection

Therefore, the closed road above was not as closed as it claimed, but it does not lead where I expected anyhow.

I have looked at other posts but, e&oe, none concerns such an early stop. Is there anything that I can do to fix these inconsistences? The aim is to get the network manager acknowledge and create a vpnc-based VPN conection.

In general the network manager is doing fine as far as Ethernet and wireless are concerned. OS situation:

$   uname -a Linux laptop 4.15.0-58-generic #64~16.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Wed Aug 7 14:10:35 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux 

Aireplay –deauth on network with multiple routers

I have successfully used the aireplay-ng --deauth attack on a network with a single router, but when trying on a network with multiple routers (e.g. a network using Google WiFi) it doesn’t seem to work. From what I understand, the device automatically switches the connection to another router on the network.

How would one go about running an aireplay-ng --deauth attack on a network with multiple routers? Please provide example code if possible.

I have attempted to deauth a specific client using the full aireplay-ng --deauth 1000000 -a [router MAC] -c [client MAC] mon0. But from what I understand, you can only specify one router, so when the client disconnects from that router it automatically connects to another router on the network

What is a private Tor network

While reading about botnets leveraging Tor hidden services for command and control I came across a term I have never seen or read about anywhere a private Tor network I tried researching this term however could not find anything that answered my question what is a Tor private network and how would someone set one up? To be clear I am not asking about the benefits and downsides I am only asking what it is the pros and cons already have a answer at Private Tor networks: what are the benefits, and how would it be accomplished?

Best ad network really exist?

Hey,

Almost daily I see new threads and the same question, "What is the best ad network?"
I got an answer – there is no absolutely best network!

Let me clarify.
Years in industry prove that each ad network is good in its own way and for each type of traffic.

And believe me, none of them can give you 100% fillrate. No names here. Just f@cts:

– Traffic that your ad network can’t monetize on its own, will be sold to the another one (the way you loose 20-30% of money, because other…

Best ad network really exist?