Aditya Anand writes:
This is a follow up article to the previous piece that I wrote – How I hacked into a college’s website to obtain the student’s database.
Refer to my last hack – How I hacked into a college’s website!
…. What was different than the last time?
The last time I tried to hack into the college website it was a normal dictionary attack, the login credentials of the student’s were their registration numbers and their date of birth which I easily broke down and wrote two simple codes to create my dictionary for the attack, but that wouldn’t have worked here cause as this website contained more important information, it also had a captcha filter that would have stopped me from carrying out a dictionary attack of any sort. It looked something like the one below.
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