I mean, if I would have my own SMTP (also, is it just about money or are there some limitations to running my own SMTP server?) and would just completely made up the mail (headers, spoofed IPs and everything) and then sent the mail, would there by something to stop me?
I have an arbitrary file upload vulnerability and I can put my file in any directory. Unfortunately, the serverside script appends “.jpg” ALWAYS to the end and I’m having trouble bypassing it.
\, nothing seems to work. Does anyone have any ideas?
Is there any way to spoof my device’s mac address only for network with SSID “x”, but not for other networks? I am aware of other questions like this How to change the (permanent) MAC address on my android phone? but it spoofs the mac address for all networks.
I originally bought Tasker several (5?) years ago to screen calls by: 1) blocked name/number–hang up 2) not in my contact list
3) family 4) friends (in my contact list but not family or Professionals) 5) Professionals 6) Previously blocked callers With the last few days I’ve received calls which ring in as family and the number is apparently the same as the number being called. Have you experienced that and is there anything that Tasker can do about it?
I am working on one project that's similar to traffic exchange or ptc site (but not 100% ptc or traffic exchange site). Where people will open sites like ptc or traffic exchange sites but problem is my site url is being forwarded as referral url for opened sites.
Many traffic exchange sites offer to hide http_referer. I want to know how they do this so I may add this function in my script. This method should work for all browsers.
Help me please.
HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2019 07:52:10 GMT Server: Apache Content-Length: 299 Connection: close Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1
400 Bad Request
Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.
Apache Server at dedi238.jnb1.host-h.net Port 25
Connection to host lost.
Someone recently boasted about adware which can inject ads from most networks, and using dns spoofing would make the providers think that the ads were on a website owned by me (i.e. www.myscamsite.com), while the ads are actually on a normal website (i.e. www.stackoverflow.com). This sounds dubious to me, because most websites these days use https to prevent dns spoofing.
- Could this method work on http sites
- Could this method work on https sites (somehow?)
I know the ISP’s did it to routers years ago, but that was before https. Anyways, thanks for your help, and have a good day!
We need backup of SMS, Apps, device settings, wallpaper and contact of the device through our designed app.
So, Is it possible for an attacker to Spoof, tamper, Impersonate source data (SMS, device setting, contacts etc) though wallpaper manager, content provider, backup manager?