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DNS Tunnel

So some people started to really bust loose with the out of the box thinking on thisone. You know how you will hit some networks where you can only get DNS? like wifispots? Guest networks NAC subnets? Here is a little trick to get access to resourcesby using UDP53 add that to your pentest. The first link has source step by step hostingservice and video on how to work it, the other two are just followup info.

skript kiddy help for DNS tunnel

skript kiddy help for DNS tunnel

description with codesample for the dns tunnel

codesample for the dns tunnel

full how to dns tunnel

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reover mail deleted from PST

yes recover deleted files from PST

  1. To corrupt the PST file, opening it with the hex editor.
  2. Delete positions 7 through 13 with the spacebar. Since you're using hexadecimal numbering,this actually clears 13 characters in the following positions:
  3. 00007
    (The editor displays the code “20” each time you clear a position with the spacebar.)
  4. After clearing those positions in the file, save it. Your PST is now corrupted.
  5. Run the Inbox Repair Tool, SCANPST.exe, to recover the file. On Win2K and WinNT systems,the executable is located in For additional information on the Inbox Repair Tool,see MicrosoftKnowledge Base article 287497.
  6. After creating a backup, the Inbox Repair Tool repairs the damage and recreates thePST. Open the new PST in Outlook. The Deleted Items folder should contain all removedmessages, so anything you've emptied will be restored.
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